The Horror Asylum

Sign Up   Forgot Password? 
11,660 horror articles & features | 6,975 horror movies | 1,565 horror reviews | 1,333 giveaways hosted | 226 delicious interviews Established in 2001  
The Horror Asylum
  Horror News   Reviews   Giveaways   Interviews
Movies | TV | DVDs | Books | Games Movies | DVD | Books | Games Just Added | Ending Soon Just Added | Archives
Home About Enquiries Submissions Advertising Premium Feeds Cookies


Eullenia Ė The First Ever Genre Television Series from Thailand New Horror/Comedy Feature Film 'The Tome' To Be Released 2019! The Worst Ways to Have Died in Horror Movie History Curses on and Off the Set of Our Favourite Horror Movies
Movie Tips to Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse New Teaser Trailer for F5 TERAPHOBIA Arrives Craig Rees Ready for 'A Fight in the Tree-Tops' Introducing New Found Footage Chiller 'The Enlightenment of the Damned'

WIN Mom and Dad on Blu-ray
WIN Mom and Dad on Blu-ray
WIN The Secret of Marrowbone Merchandise
WIN The Secret of Marrowbone Merchandise
WIN The Lodgers on DVD
WIN The Lodgers on DVD

Wrong Turn 2: Dead End
Buy from Buy from

Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007)

movie | Movie Details
Images, Posters, News
| Comments
Have your say

Plot Summary:
"Retired military commander Colonel Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins) hosts the simulated post-apocalyptic reality show where participants are challenged to survive a remote West Virginia wasteland. But the show turns into a nightmarish showdown when each realizes they are being hunted by an inbred family of cannibals determined to make them all dinner!"

Review by
Phil Davies Brown
Follow me:
Review Date: 10 February 2008 My Rating: out of 5


This straight to DVD sequel was highly disappointing for me, as it pissed all over fond memories of the first film by breaking away from the atmosphere present in the original and successfully ruining two returning characters in the process.

Wrong Turn 2 follows a group of disparate characters who are all brought together in the wilderness as they take part in a reality TV show called Ultimate Survivor. The group are split into pairs and made to endure tasks but inevitably fall foul of the cannibals living in the woods and all kinds of bloody splatter ensue.

Credit must go to Joe Lynch for not just turning in a re-hash of the first, as he really has set out to do something new which in the backwoods/reality TV slasher sub-genres is no easy feat, but he has mistakenly assumed that his sense of warped gory humour is what all horror fans want to see. I applaud him for having the guts (pun intended) to put his work unapologetically out there, and for the most part it has paid off (I think Iím the only person out there who didnít like the film that much).

I loved the cast and thought they did well in their roles and the look of the film was great too. Another disappointment was the shoddy effects work. I really did not like the look of the mutants here, but the gore gags were well handled and well executed. A huge plus was the excellent score by Bear McCreary.

In the end I think this may have the potential to grow on me, but I was extremely psyched for this and unfortunately, it did not deliver. I personally hated the tone of the film.

Blood and Guts: Comments


Not Registered?
Sign up for FREE >>

There are currently no comments.
Why not have your say!?


Get Out Movie Review

Get Out

Cellar Dweller Movie Review

Cellar Dweller

Pyewacket Movie Review


Quiet Place, A Movie Review

Quiet Place, A

Blair Witch Movie Review

Blair Witch

Dont Breathe Movie Review

Dont Breathe

All Through The House Movie Review

All Through The House

Ghoulies Movie Review


Night of Fear Movie Review

Night of Fear

Happy Death Day Movie Review

Happy Death Day

The Ritual Movie Review

The Ritual

Mercy Christmas Movie Review

Mercy Christmas

The Unraveling Movie Review

The Unraveling

The Witch Movie Review

The Witch

The Other Side of the Door Movie Review

The Other Side of the Door


WIN Mom and Dad on Blu-ray WIN The Secret of Marrowbone Merchandise
WIN The Lodgers on DVD Win MAYHEM ON DVD
Now you can Watch your favorite Horror Movies using the Official ShowBox App


An Interview with Doug Hawley
Doug Hawley