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Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines - A Horror Movie Review
Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines is a 2012 American horror film and the fifth installment in the Wrong Turn film series. The film was directed by Declan O'Brien and stars Doug Bradley, Camilla Arfwedson, Roxanne McKee, and Simon Ginty. The film follows a group of college students who are attacked by a family of cannibalistic mutants during the Mountain Man Festival in West Virginia.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 23, 2012. It received mostly negative reviews from critics and fans, who criticized the plot, characters, acting, and gore. The film has a rating of 4.1 out of 10 on IMDb and 20% on Rotten Tomatoes. However, some viewers enjoyed the film as a guilty pleasure and praised the performance of Doug Bradley as Maynard, the leader of the mutants.
The film begins with Maynard (Doug Bradley), an old man who is revealed to be the father of the mutant brothers from the previous films, killing a police officer and being arrested by Sheriff Angela Carter (Camilla Arfwedson). Meanwhile, a group of college students - Billy (Simon Ginty), Cruz (Amy Lennox), Gus (Paul Luebke), Julian (Oliver Hoare), and Lita (Roxanne McKee) - arrive in Fairlake, West Virginia to attend the Mountain Man Festival, a Halloween event with music and costumes. They check into a motel run by Mose (Kyle Redmond-Jones), who warns them about the dangers of the nearby woods.
That night, Maynard escapes from his cell and meets up with his sons - Three Finger (Borislav Iliev), Saw Tooth (George Karlukovski), and One Eye (Radoslav Parvanov) - who have been hiding in the woods. They kill Mose and his girlfriend in the motel and then attack the festival, killing many people. The sheriff and her deputy Biggs (Finn Jones) try to stop them, but Biggs is killed by Saw Tooth. The sheriff manages to shoot One Eye in the eye, but he survives. She then calls for backup and tries to protect the remaining survivors.
The next day, the mutants capture Billy and Julian and torture them in their cabin. They also kidnap Cruz and Lita and take them to an abandoned power plant. Gus and Angela manage to rescue Cruz, but Lita is killed by Three Finger. Gus is then killed by Saw Tooth while trying to escape. Angela and Cruz reach the sheriff's station, where they find Maynard waiting for them. He reveals that he is a former war veteran who became disillusioned with society and raised his sons to be killers. He also says that he has planted bombs around the town and plans to blow it up.
Angela shoots Maynard in the leg, but he triggers the bombs with a remote control. The explosions cause the power plant to collapse, killing Saw Tooth and One Eye. Angela and Cruz escape in a car, but they are chased by Three Finger in a truck. They manage to crash his truck into a tree, but he survives and attacks them with an axe. Angela shoots him in the chest, but he still gets up. She then runs him over with the car, finally killing him. Angela and Cruz drive away from the town, while Maynard is shown to be still alive in the sheriff's station.
Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines is a disappointing sequel that fails to deliver any scares or suspense. The film relies on cheap jump scares, excessive gore, and clichéd characters that make stupid decisions. The plot is thin and predictable, with many illogical twists and holes. The acting is mediocre at best, with only Doug Bradley giving a decent performance as the sinister Maynard. The mutants are not scary or menacing, but rather annoying and cartoonish. The film also lacks any connection or continuity with the previous films, except for some references and flashbacks.
The only positive aspect of the film is the production value, which is decent for a direct-to-video release. The film has some good cinematography, lighting, and sound effects. The makeup and special effects are also well-done, creating some gruesome and realistic injuries and deaths. The film also has some dark humor and satire, poking fun at the stereotypes of hillbillies and rednecks. The film is not meant to be taken seriously, but rather as a mindless and bloody entertainment for horror fans.
Overall, Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines is a poor addition to the Wrong Turn franchise, which has gone downhill since the first film. The film is not worth watching, unless you are a fan of the series or of gore and violence. The film is rated R for strong bloody violence, language, and some sexual content.
: Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (2012) - IMDb
: Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (2012) - Rotten Tomatoes