Wrong Turn is a 2021 horror film written by Alan McElroy and directed by Mike P. Nelson. The film Produced by James Harris, Robert Kulzer and Distributed by Saban Films.
The film starring Charlotte Vega, Bill Sage, Adain Bradley, Emma Dumont, Dylan McTee, Daisy Head, Matthew Modine, Vardaan Arora and Tim de Zarn in the leading roles. This film music composed by Stephen Lukach, Cinematography Nick Junkersfeld and Edited work done by Tom Elkins.
Inner dread and a shock of endless tension as Jen (Charlotte Vega) and a group of friends take a walk on the Appalachian Highway. Despite warnings to stay on the road, hikers blocked the path and passed through areas inhabited by the Foundation, a secret mountain community that used deadly means to maintain their way of life. Suddenly under siege, Jen and her friends seem to be on their way home unless Jen’s father Golden Globe (R) nominee Matthew Globine arrives on time.
This is a remake of ‘Midsommar’ that has deviated significantly from the original and is now judged on common sense rather than strength as the dialogue has increased tension between the two civilizations, especially when the McElroy slasher stories became cult horror because the Appalachians flourished.
The Last Part is a little less complicated, but director Mike P. Nelson is confident that he will make this film more daring than he expected. And given the nasty pitfalls, it can be quite exciting if you’re not sure where such a reboot will lead.
Wrong Turn launches the 2003 film of the same name (and the seventh in the series) after Jen Shaw (Charlotte Vega) and her friends: boyfriend Darius (Adain Bradley), Milla (Emma Dumont), Adam (Dylan McTee) and Luis (Adrian) Favela) and Gary (Vardaan Arora) on their way to the Appalachians.
When they reached a small town in Virginia. They were greeted with hostile looks, glares, and a general sense of awkwardness for not belonging. It’s immediately clear that Jen in particular took this trip to learn more about her post-college life.
Jen meets Darius, but she refuses to leave. Jen then finds Ruthie, who helps them escape from Venable, and several other worshipers follow them. Along the way, Jen and Scott kill one of the worshipers and find blind and sloppy prisoners, including Luis, who mercilessly shot Jen in the head.
Jen and Scott escape and kill many followers, including Edith. They run into Nate and other armed villagers who offer help when the cult attacks them, kills one of the villagers and injures Jen. They manage to escape and Venable watches.
Based on the cult and financial success that followed the original, a sequel was released in 2007 and 2009. When multiple mutants return to the innate family with new additions. The sequel follows a similar path to the original, showing their brutal murders. He’s unlucky enough to disappear in West Virginia.
The franchise continued as the next two episodes. Each foreshadowing the events of the original 2003 movie, aired in 2011 and 2012. The movie Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort recently closed the series as it is. Currently in 2014. It contains the story of a family of innate cannibals looking to expand their lineage.