Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines


Action / Adventure / Horror

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Roxanne McKee Photo
Roxanne McKee as Lita
Finn Jones Photo
Finn Jones as Teddy
Doug Bradley Photo
Doug Bradley as Maynard
Camilla Arfwedson Photo
Camilla Arfwedson as Sheriff Angela
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695.19 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 5 / 2
1.39 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 2 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by unbrokenmetal5 / 10

Wrong Turn 5: The assault

Some teenagers go to a festival in a small town where a kind of Halloween masquerade takes place. When an old man attacks them with a knife, the kids get arrested too, because they carry drugs on them. However, the old man is the leader of the freaks we know from the previous parts of the series. They come to rescue 'daddy', and among the Halloween masks, they don't even attract too much attention with their looks. The police station is soon under siege, a situation reminding me of the John Carpenter classic 'Assault on Precinct 13'.

Part 5 is probably the most vicious episode of them all, not hiding the violence in a dark forest, but openly showing it in the streets and enjoying it to a degree some viewers may find disturbing. There were 5 major censorship cuts in the DVD released in my country, and it is not hard to see why (some missing footage could be spotted in the bonus material, anyway). Not that I was angry about that - it was over a bit sooner. 'Wrong Turn 5' is rather crude and simple, splatter effects over story content, apparently the series is on its decline here. Camilla Arfwedson got a great female lead role as the sheriff at least. I voted 8/4/6/7/5/4 for the 6 movies.

Reviewed by dfa1203741 / 10

Garbage Doesn't Even Begin To Describe It

This latest installment of the Wrong Turn series sees a group of young campers get unwittingly mixed up in an unfortunate series of events when the leader of a group of cannibals gets arrested. The "rescue mission" becomes a game of life of death when the said cannibals come to their leader's aid.

Now, the 1st movie was really good...good acting with very believable characters, good suspense, and really good creepy moments and enough gore to keep the gore fest fans happy. This one, however, was completely at the other end of the scale. The plot is ridiculous, the characters just look totally out of place (even the main town inhabitants look as if they don't belong there),the acting is pretty damn awful, and the make-up for the cannibals is amateurish at best...in fact I've seen better Halloween masks made by kindergarten kids. This is, in fact, a very bad Friday The 13th movie with a different title and there were parts where I kept expecting Jason to pop out from behind a tree or a corner of a building at some point.

When watching this movie you realise that absolutely nothing about it makes any sense either and just two examples of that are: 1) a cop gets charged at by cannibals...cop just stands there saying "halt" with no weapon drawn, and 2) the town is full of people celebrating the Mountain Man Festival yet as the movie goes on, without any explanation, it suddenly becomes like a ghost town. There are obviously much more than that but I don't have the time or space to list them all, and I don't want to ruin it (ahem) for you.

I've seen some really terrible movies in my time but this one ranks up there with one of the worst I've ever seen. I knew just 5 minutes into the movie it was going to be bad, but I didn't think it would be as bad as it was. I just wish there was an option for 0 stars because this movie doesn't even deserve a 1-star rating.

Avoid this absolute drivel at all costs unless you want to endure 91 minutes of pain. Don't say you weren't warned.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

Mean-spirited, gruesome, and dumb

WRONG TURN 5: BLOODLINES is yet another familiar instalment in the long-running film sequence. The same old mutants are back again and wreaking havoc among the local populace; this time around they're headed by a kooky Doug Bradley - old Pinhead himself - delivering an endearing turn as a mountain man who spends most of the running time in a jail cell.

The rest is a mix of spartan plotting and outrageously gruesome kill sequences, in which the emphasis is on grisly effects. Guts are torn out and various body parts sliced off in a mix of prosthetic and CGI effects. They're pretty effective, but gore alone doesn't make a film, and the rest of BLOODLINES is mean-spirited and join-the-dots dumb. Roxanne McKee and Finn Jones are the two GAME OF THRONES alumni in supporting roles.

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