BEWARE THE MOON REVIEWS
Right, so a while back I watched Wrong Turn 5, which actually wasn't too shabby, I thought I would carry it on and watch Wrong Turn 6, and part of me wishes I hadn't... "An inheritance leads a young man and his friends to an abandoned resort inhabited by two sketchy caretakers and a clan of mutant cannibals."
I always feel bad for movies like Wrong Turn, the simple slasher type horrors, where you get all the cliches and it's all very predictable. No one seems to think much of them, and everyone seems to poo poo them and push them aside. I think this is wrong, they really are not that terrible, okay, they won't win any awards or anything, but I think they will still be around in years to come, and they are fun to watch. Maybe not this one though...
This one was not good, and I feel some of it was to do with the story. It had everything you would want from a Wrong Turn, sex, boobs, gore, lots and lots of gore and over the top blood, all of that was in it. Yet, this one isn't that fun, it's just a bit boring...
I was a bit bored during Wrong Turn 6, I feel it tried to have a clever storyline, about kind of inheriting into the trouble of the cannibals and such, as the house seems to come with them all. Like some people buy a house and it comes with the furniture, this guy was given this house and it came with cannibals, good for him! I think the idea of it is quite fun, and I do like these films, but this one is just not entertaining, and, to be honest, I don't actually know why...
Most films you know why you couldn't get into it, this film, I do not know, I have never not enjoyed a Wrong Turn before, but this one, nahhhh, just did not like it. Maybe it was the characters, maybe it was the story, it definitely was not the gore and death, those were the things that made it watchable - but yeah, I sharn't be watching this one again in a hurry, I'll watch one of the many other ones instead.
Watching horror films since like 2003, when I could stand dead bodies..