Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2009
  • Genre:  Bumpkin & Redneck
  • Cast and crew: Tom Frederic, Janet Montgomery, Gil Kolirin, Christian Contreras, Jake Curran, Tom McKay, Charles Venn, Tamer Hassan, Jack Gordon, Louise Cliffe, Charley Speed, Borislav Petrov, Borislav Iliev, Mike Straub, Bill Moody
  • Director:  Declan O’Brien
  • Screenwriter:  Alan B. McElroy, Connor James Delaney

Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) Rating:

  • Dylan = 4 / 10;
  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Raoul = 4 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.6 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 2.3 / 10;

Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) Synopsis:

A prisoner transferbus crashes into the woods of West Virginia in which dwells the sole leftovers of a dangerous family of inbred.

Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) Review:

Wrong Turn 3 was directed by Declan O’Brien, who will also be behind the camera for Wrong Turn 4 and 5 to come afterward.

The movie starts with an extremely gory and visually impressive opening scene, which will later prove to be the best thing about it by far. The main problem with that sequel is that it mostly focused on the relationship between the inmates as they try to survive and escape to freedom. Having a bunch of badass prisoners as main characters is a change from the usual bimbos and stupid teens, but that doesn’t make it any more interesting. The inbreeds are unfortunately upstaged in favor of the victims and only appear for punctuated and very brief kills in the first hour of the movie. I liked the second Wrong Turn because it presented all the family of inbreeds and gave them a bit of history. Here is the opposite, the movie focuses on the victims which makes it a lot less interesting.

Another thing that completely turned me off is the lack of realism of the movie. Characters seem to be almost teleported at places for the story to happen without any spatial consideration. This, along with the eternal stupidity of the victim who never finishes off their opponents so that they can better come back, totally turned me off, and mostly account for the poor rating I gave to this otherwise not so bad sequel.

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