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Vinnie Jones must have been busy...
on 22 May 2015
So step forward Tammar 'i'm only good in films with Danny Dyer' Hassan.
While rafting in the Bluefish River area, four college kids are attacked by the mutant cannibal hillbilly Three Finger.
Only the teenager Alex succeeds in escaping running through the woods. Meanwhile, a group of dangerous criminals are transported from the West Virginia Grafton Penitentiary in a custody bus escorted by three security guards through the backwoods.
When they park in a rest stop in a police station, Sheriff Carver is informed about the missing teenagers. The bus driver heads to their destination with the guards and the prisoners but a tow truck driven by Three Finger hits the bus that falls off the road.
They are attacked by Three Finger and the perilous Carlo Chavez dominates the guards and the other prisoners....
Wrong turn was a fun horror movie, with some surprisingly scary moments, The second one was good, but when you viewed it a second time, you realised it wasn't that good.
Now we have this, just another excuse to make a buck, because the gore-hounds will lap it up. At leas the second one had some effort put into it and some good script writing. This just has stereotypical characters, who are just begging to get killed, due to little remarks they make throughout the film.
You can tell from the start that who will get killed, so you can have a little fun in guessing how they will die and in which order.
There are a couple of surprises though, but not amazing ones. I was surprised that the writers didn't turn Chavez into a good guy in the end, i was gob-smacked at that one, and also, the ending isn't the same garbage you expect from films like this, it's actually quite morbid.
The effects are not very good, and the editing and lighting is below par, but it's not the travesty people are saying it is, it does it's job, and then goes away.