Writer: Frank H. Woodward (Screenplay)
Starring: Anthony Ilott, Aqueela Zoll, Sadie Katz, Rollo Skinner, Billy Ashworth, Roxanne Pallett, Chris Jarvis, Joe Gaminara
Plot: A sudden and mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is being looked after under the watchful care of Jackson and Sally, a socially and awkward couple who introduce Danny to the long lost family he’s never known. Soon, Danny is forced to choose between his friends and his bloodline.
Verdict: Best Sequel Yet
Story: We follow as one man gets a mysterious inheritance from family he never knew he had. He takes his friends up there to see what he got, when the two caretakers show them around we get the usual young adult weekend away. As the time passes we learn about our leads past but most importantly we learn about his family history and connection to the caretakers as the film unfolds. We see him have to face two worlds and he has to pick which one he wants to be part of.
After seeing the first two on the series we got something very well created to become a franchise. After seeing the next three instalments we only saw disappointment and attempted genre changing. I for one didn’t like the new attempt with the cannibals I felt it lost most of what made the first two special. We finally get some more backstory to show a bigger picture which was hinted through the second one, but taking away for the next few instalments. This could easily be the best sequel in the series as we have had the introduction and now we get to learn more about the cannibals. We also get to see how big the family is and how the family was made and became the creatures they are now. Sure the acting isn’t the best and we do have to go through a lot of needless sex scenes just to kill time as we don’t have to go through the running from the cannibals until very late in the film. If you were to watch the wrong turn films make sure you see this one in third place as it is a nice completion of a trilogy. (8/10)
Anthony Ilott: Danny the young man who has had a breakdown but when he finds out he has inherited property in the countryside he takes his friends to investigate. After meeting the caretakers he ends up changing and only he can decide which path he wants to choose. Anthony does a good job in the lead role being easily swayed by the people around him but making his choice well. (7/10)
Chris Jarvis: Crawford one of the sibling caretakers who tries to control Danny in his own way, trying to make him part of the family but he has a connection with the cannibals and also has the ability to control for now. Chris does a great job as the caretaker, showing a great screen presence throughout. (8/10)
Aqueela Zoll: Toni girlfriend of Danny who tries to support him through all the decisions but when he starts to change she is the first to confront him. She does an average job but the character is written to make the wrong decisions. (6/10)
Sadie Katz: Sally the sister of the caretakers who is harbouring a secret and is planning to make something bigger happen, along with her brother she has been planning to increase the family size. Sadie plays the role very well given a solid performance throughout. (6/10)
Support Cast: Friends of Danny make up half the supporting cast and they all offer themselves up to being very disposable, next to the cannibals we get a solid support cast that all do their jobs to help the story unfold.
Director Review: Valeri Milev – Brings the series back to where it is meant to be going with some solid direction and losing the over the top pointless torture porn style. (8/10)
Horror: Even though the subject matter is quite horrific we story tries to focus on the human responses to everything happening and doesn’t have too much horror involved. (6/10)
Settings: The hotel makes for perfect setting horror film even though the group are not trapped. (10/10)
Special Effects: Great effects for the eventually kills, all looking like very good practical effects. (8/10)
Suggestion: This is one for all the horror fans to watch and enjoy, it is actually a horror sequel worth seeing. (Horror Fans Watch)
Best Part: Actually having a backstory at last.
Worst Part: Over use of sex, when we could have some real tension building.
Kill Of The Film: The fire hose
Believability: No (0/10)
Chances of Tears: No (0/10)
Chances of Sequel: There are plans for a sequel, please let the same director and writing team return.
Post Credits Scene: No
Oscar Chances: No
Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes
Overall: This could be the best in the series so far, Huge Improvement