Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009)
A group of people find themselves trapped in the backwoods of West Virginia, fighting for their lives against a group of vicious and horribly disfigured inbred cannibals.
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When their transfer bus crashes in a West Virginia forest, a group of convicts and a corrections officer meet a rafter who is on the run from cannibalistic hillbillies who have murdered her friends. Wrong Turn 3 a film where convicts go against cannibals and believe me it's even more stupid that you would think. Pleople die by huge sticks that go threw their mouth and or just get captured and get killed plus the acting was horrendous and the dialogue even worse. Plus i can't decide if Wrong Turn 2 or Wrong Turn 3 were worse and it's actually a debate. (0/10)
They should have stopped with the first, but no, obviously some easily entertained people out there are an audience for this garbage. In this case, a bunch of convicts being transported (shades of Precinct 13) have their bus crash so the cops and con's have to team up to battle the (still surviving horrible wounds) inbred morons who, still living in the lush woods of West Virginia, can't explain WHY they are cannibals. Dumb. Dumb. Dumb.
One of the major problems with 'Alien 3' was that 90% of the cast were murderers and thieves. Therefore, when they got eaten, no one cared. 'Wrong Turn 3' suffers from the same 'unlikability factor.' A busload of prison inmates crashes in the wilderness. They take the guards hostage and have to cross through the woods, while being constantly picked off by the typically malformed redneck cannibals.Only there's only one cannibal now. The others must have stayed at home for this one. And he does his best to pick off the cast, only you won't really care because none have been developed and they're evil druglords anyway. The film-makers throw in a token nice girl for the nice prison guard to spark up some sort of romantic interest with, but it's so forced it's unbelievable.The Wrong Turn 3 does really relate much to the two previous one, only in the (single) cannibal redneck. It's the sort of film that if you really don't have anything else to watch and are really bored, then you may just be able to sit through it. Otherwise, you might just want to give this one a miss (or stick to the infinitely more superior Wrong Turn (1). At least it didn't have a near all-British cast trying to sound American while running through a Bulgarian forest.
I must admit I like the Wrong Turn series. Prior to watching this I'd seen 1,2 and 4 and enjoyed all of them. The original is by far the best of the bunch but they all provide some mindless gory fun. This one doesn't take long to set up the situation, starting with a funny and gory opening before starting onto the main plot. This time it's escaped convicts battling to stay alive against the inbred hillbillies. Although the film undoubtedly lacks suspense it provides the suitably gruesome deaths and copious gore we are used to in this series. The main fun to be had is finding out who will die next and how.The acting is patchy at best but Tamer Hassan not an actor I normally like does a good job as the main convict. It's easy to knock these films and this is probably the weakest out of the first 4, however I doubt anyone will watch this expecting a classic. If you watch it with suitable expectations it's a mindless but reasonably entertaining horror film.