Wrong Turn 2: Dead End comes to UK DVD 7th Jan 2008
16th Dec 07
The jury at EMB towers is still out on Wrong Turn 2 - half of us loved it's gleeful excesses, whilst half of us really didn't take to this 'sequel in name only' at all. Click here to read D Hall and Soulmining's conflicting reviews from it's FrightFest screening earlier this year...
However, we are all in agreement that director Joe Lynch is a very cool guy, a passionate horror fan who was happy to hang out and chat with everyone during his 4-day stay at FrightFest, so we can more than recommend that you check out the film for yourself when it is released on Region 2 DVD on 7th January 2008 (featuring back text written by our very own Soulmining no less!).
Plus, it also features Henry Rollins - 'nuff said.
The ultimate reality show turns into the ultimate horror show for six contestants when they find themselves pitted against hideously deformed and insatiably hungry cannibals in this white knuckle thrill-ride.
Directed by Joe Lynch, The Extreme Edition of Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is released to buy and rent on DVD on 7 January 2008 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (RRP: £19.99).
Six contestants are thrown together for six days in a simulated post-apocalyptic wasteland due to their participation in a reality TV show hosted by former marine Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins), in which the winner will walk away with $100,000.
Located in a remote part of West Virginia, the contestants soon discover that what they are really fighting for is their survival – against a family of inbred cannibals who plan to ruthlessly butcher them all… who will survive?
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End features Erica Leerhsen (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Texas Battle (Final Destination 3), Aleksa Palladino (Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead), Daniella Alonso (The Hills Have Eyes II) and Kimberly Caldwell (American Idol).
- Commentary by director Joe Lynch and actors Erica Leerhsen and Henry Rollins
- Commentary by writers Turi Meyer and Al Septien
- More Blood, More Guts: The Making Of Wrong Turn 2 (9 mins 26 secs)
- Making Gore Look Good Featurette (11 mins 30 secs)
- On Location With P-Nut (4 mins)
- Easter Egg: The Craft Of The Crotch Hit (1 min 52 secs)
- Easter Egg: M’s Death Scene (1 min 39 secs)
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