Wrong Turn 4 - Bloody Beginnings details
|Formats:||TBC DVD, 18 Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Dean Armstrong, Blane Cypurda, Tenika Davis, Dave Harms, Kristen Harris, Scott Johnson, Arne MacPherson, Samantha Kendrick|
|Studio:||20th Century Fox|
Wrong Turn 4 - Bloody Beginnings
|Rental release:||26 Oct 2012|
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As Good As 2By a customer , 26 Dec 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]I was a bit dubious about this at first, but having watched it i rate it as nearly as good as the second film. The film starts off good then slows down a bit, to build up the students characters, then bang it bursts into life, all i can say is at one point i'm glad i wasn't eating.
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PLEASE NO MORE!By HaveMySay (133 reviews) , 10 Mar 2013'Wrong Turn 4' is the prequel to all the other 'Wrong Turn' films out there. The audience gets to see how '3 fingers' started out. So predictable, so boring, so please do not make anymore. Enough is enough! 'Wrong Turn 4- Bloody Beginnings' is full of gore, blood and tortue as in the rest of the franchise, oh yeah and they put in half naked girls also- hoping this will get them better ratings; however, is just highlights how rubbish the script and acting is. Stay away, don't waste your time. If they happen to make anymore I will NOT be watching it!
Lazy movieBy Boye (2 reviews) from Suffolk , 22 Feb 2013Terrible!! Why couldnt the guy who got his tongue cut simply have removed the rag from his head? Too many silly things in the movie, just as if it was hurriedly put together.
not fantastic but watchableBy a customer , 18 Feb 2013Watchable - very gory and bloody but to be honest the first is the best - sometimes they should just leave it at one - yet to see wrong turn 5
A good thriller.By ianclaire (102 reviews) from Maidstone , 09 Feb 2013Good film. Very gory and a good story line. A bit of girlie action for the men. A bit jumpy at parts too.
not as good as earlier filmsBy a customer , 08 Feb 2013not as good as the earlier films seems to have spent more money on special effects rather than actors and story line