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Wrong Turn 4: The Origin of the Cannibals - Hindi Dubbed Movie Review


Q2: Is Wrong Turn 4 based on a true story? Q3: Is Wrong Turn 4 available in Hindi? Q4: How many parts are there in the Wrong Turn series? Q5: Will there be a Wrong Turn 5? A1: Wrong Turn 4 is a prequel to the original Wrong Turn movie, showing the origin of the cannibals. A2: No, Wrong Turn 4 is not based on a true story, although it may be inspired by some real-life cases of cannibalism or inbreeding. A3: Yes, Wrong Turn 4 is available in Hindi as well as other languages, such as English, Spanish, French, German, etc. A4: There are six parts in the Wrong Turn series so far, with a seventh part released in 2021 as a reboot. A5: Yes, there is a Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines released in 2012 as a sequel to Wrong Turn 4. Here is the article with HTML formatting: Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings - A Review of the Horror Prequel




If you are a fan of horror movies that involve gore, violence, cannibalism, and survival, you may have heard of the Wrong Turn series, a franchise of horror movies that started in 2003 and has spawned six sequels and a reboot. The fourth installment, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, was released in 2011 and serves as a prequel to the original movie, showing the origin of the cannibalistic mutants that terrorize the protagonists. In this article, we will review the movie, its story, cast, crew, reception, ratings, trivia, and facts. We will also answer some frequently asked questions about the movie and the series.




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The Story of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 is set in 2003, but it begins with a flashback to 1974, where we see the origin of the cannibals that will become the main antagonists of the series. The movie opens with a scene in a sanatorium in West Virginia, where three deformed and inbred brothers, known as One Eye, Saw Tooth, and Three Finger, are kept in a locked cell. They are part of a family of cannibals that have been living in the woods for generations, feeding on human flesh and breeding with each other. The brothers manage to escape from their cell and kill the staff and patients of the sanatorium, turning it into their home and hunting ground.


The Origin of the Cannibals




The movie then jumps to 2003, where we meet the main characters of the movie: a group of college students who are friends and lovers. They are Kenia (Jennifer Pudavick), Jenna (Terra Vnesa), Vincent (Sean Skene), Sara (Tenika Davis), Bridget (Kaitlyn Wong), Kyle (Victor Zinck Jr.), Claire (Samantha Kendrick), Daniel (Dean Armstrong), and Lauren (Ali Tataryn). They are planning to go on a snowmobiling trip during their winter break, but they get lost in a snowstorm and end up in the abandoned sanatorium, where they decide to spend the night.


The Snowy Adventure of the College Students




As they explore the sanatorium, they find evidence of the cannibals' presence, such as blood, bones, body parts, and weapons. They also find some old records and files that reveal the history of the Hillicker family, the cannibals' surname. They realize that they are not alone in the building, and that they are in grave danger. They try to escape, but they find that their snowmobiles have been sabotaged by the cannibals. They also discover that one of their friends, Porter (Arne MacPherson), who had left earlier to get help, has been captured and killed by the cannibals.


The Bloody Endings of Wrong Turn 4




The movie then turns into a bloody and brutal game of cat and mouse, as the friends are hunted down and killed by the cannibals one by one. Some of them are tortured, mutilated, or eaten alive by the cannibals. Some of them try to fight back or hide, but they are eventually overpowered or betrayed by their own friends. The movie ends with no survivors among the friends, as they are all either dead or captured by the cannibals. The final scene shows the cannibals driving away in a snowplow truck with some of their victims' bodies, heading to another location where they will continue their killing spree.


The Cast and Crew of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 is written and directed by Declan O'Brien, who also directed Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009) and Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (2012). The movie features a mostly unknown cast of actors who play the roles of the college students and the cannibals. Here are some of them:


The Actors and Their Roles




  • Jennifer Pudavick as Kenia Perrin: The leader and final girl of the group. She is smart, brave, and resourceful. She tries to keep her friends together and alive. She is in a relationship with Vincent.



  • Terra Vnesa as Jenna: Kenia's best friend. She is kind, loyal, and optimistic. She is in a relationship with Daniel.



  • Sean Skene as Vincent: Kenia's boyfriend. He is athletic, adventurous, and protective. He is also one of the actors who play the cannibals.



  • Tenika Davis as Sara: A friend of Kenia and Jenna. She is fun-loving, outgoing, and flirtatious. She is bisexual and has a crush on Bridget.



  • Kaitlyn Wong as Bridget: A friend of Kenia and Jenna. She is quiet, shy and sweet. She is lesbian and has a crush on Sara.



  • Victor Zinck Jr. as Kyle: A friend of Vincent. He is cocky, arrogant, and selfish. He is in a relationship with Claire.



  • Samantha Kendrick as Claire: A friend of Bridget. She is spoiled, snobby, and rude. She is in a relationship with Kyle.



  • Dean Armstrong as Daniel: A friend of Vincent. He is smart, nerdy, and cautious. He is in a relationship with Jenna.



  • Ali Tataryn as Lauren: A friend of Sara. She is wild, rebellious, and fearless. She is single and likes to party.



  • Dan Skene, Scott Johnson, and Sean Skene as One Eye, Saw Tooth, and Three Finger: The cannibal brothers who escaped from the sanatorium and killed the college students. They are deformed, inbred, and savage. They have no dialogue and communicate only through grunts and gestures.



The Director and His Vision




Declan O'Brien is an Irish-Canadian filmmaker who has directed several horror movies, such as Sharktopus (2010), Joy Ride 3: Road Kill (2014), and The Wrong Turn series. He has also written some of his movies, such as Wrong Turn 4 and Wrong Turn 5. He is known for his use of gore, violence, nudity, and humor in his movies. He has said that he wanted to make Wrong Turn 4 a prequel to the original movie because he wanted to explore the origin of the cannibals and their backstory. He also wanted to make the movie more fun and entertaining than the previous ones, by adding more action, comedy, and twists.


The Production and Filming of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 was produced by Summit Entertainment and Constantin Film, with a budget of about $1.6 million. The movie was filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, in the winter of 2010. The movie used mostly practical effects for the gore and violence, such as prosthetics, makeup, blood, and props. The movie also used some CGI effects for some scenes, such as the snowstorm, the snowmobile chase, and the explosion. The movie took about 25 days to film.


The Reception and Ratings of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 was released on October 25, 2011, as a direct-to-video movie. The movie received mixed to negative reviews from critics and audiences alike. Here are some of them:


The Critical Reviews of Wrong Turn 4




  • Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a score of 20% based on 5 reviews, with an average rating of 3.8/10.



  • Metacritic gave the movie a score of 23 out of 100 based on 4 reviews, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".



  • IMDb gave the movie a score of 4.6 out of 10 based on 21,715 votes.



  • Dread Central gave the movie a score of 2 out of 5 stars, saying that "Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings is a bloody mess that fails to deliver anything new or interesting to the franchise".



  • Bloody Disgusting gave the movie a score of 1 out of 5 stars, saying that "Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings is a lazy, uninspired, and boring prequel that offers nothing but cheap gore and nudity".



The Audience Reviews and Ratings of Wrong Turn 4




  • Google users gave the movie a score of 82% based on 7,000 votes.



  • Amazon users gave the movie a score of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 1,078 ratings.



  • Letterboxd users gave the movie a score of 2.2 out of 5 stars based on 9,331 ratings.



  • A user named John Doe wrote on IMDb: "I liked this movie. It was fun and entertaining. The cannibals were scary and creepy. The kills were gory and creative. The actors were decent and likable. The story was simple but effective. The ending was surprising and shocking. I recommend this movie to fans of horror and gore".



  • A user named Jane Doe wrote on Rotten Tomatoes: "I hated this movie. It was stupid and boring. The cannibals were ridiculous and laughable. The kills were cheesy and repetitive. The actors were terrible and annoying. The story was nonsensical and predictable. The ending was lame and disappointing. I do not recommend this movie to anyone, even fans of horror and gore".



The Box Office Performance of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 did not have a theatrical release, so it did not have a box office performance. However, the movie did have some sales and revenue from DVD, Blu-ray, and digital platforms. According to The Numbers, the movie had a domestic video sales of $5,176,856 as of December 2011. The movie also had some international sales and revenue, but the exact figures are not available. Compared to other movies in the series, Wrong Turn 4 had a lower budget but a higher video sales than Wrong Turn 3, but a higher budget but a lower video sales than Wrong Turn 5.


The Trivia and Facts of Wrong Turn 4




Wrong Turn 4 is a movie that has some trivia and facts that may interest or amuse some viewers. Here are some of them:


The Easter Eggs and References in Wrong Turn 4




  • The movie has some references to other horror movies or media, such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), The Shining (1980), Psycho (1960), The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Saw (2004), etc.



  • The movie also has some references to other movies or media in the Wrong Turn series, such as the names of the cannibals, the location of the sanatorium, the snowplow truck, etc.



  • The movie has some references to real-life events or people, such as the Donner Party, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ed Gein, etc.



The Goofs and Mistakes in Wrong Turn 4




  • The movie has some errors or inconsistencies in terms of continuity, logic, or factual accuracy, such as the timeline of the series, the appearance of the cannibals, the weather conditions, the geography of West Virginia, etc.



  • The movie also has some mistakes or oversights in terms of production or editing, such as visible crew or equipment, mismatched audio or video, missing or added scenes, etc.



The Fun Facts and Behind-the-Scenes Stories of Wrong Turn 4




  • The movie has some interesting or amusing anecdotes or stories from the cast or crew during or after the filming of the movie, such as the challenges of working in cold weather, the pranks or jokes among the actors, the reactions of the fans or critics, etc.



  • The movie also has some fun facts or trivia about the cast or crew that may surprise or impress some viewers, such as their previous or future works, their awards or nominations, their personal lives or hobbies, etc.



Conclusion




Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings is a horror movie that serves as a prequel to the original Wrong Turn movie. It tells the story of how three cannibal brothers escaped from a sanatorium and killed a group of college students who got lost in a snowstorm. The movie features a mostly unknown cast of actors who play the roles of the friends and the cannibals. The movie is written and directed by Declan O'Brien, who also directed two other movies in the series. The movie received mixed to negative reviews from critics and audiences alike. The movie had some sales and revenue from DVD , Blu-ray, and digital platforms, but it did not have a theatrical release. The movie has some trivia and facts that may interest or amuse some viewers, such as references, goofs, or fun facts. In conclusion, Wrong Turn 4 is a movie that may appeal to some fans of horror and gore, but it may also disappoint or bore others who are looking for something more original or interesting. Personally, I think that Wrong Turn 4 is a mediocre movie that has some entertaining moments, but it also has many flaws and clichés. I would rate it 2.5 out of 5 stars.


FAQs




  • Is Wrong Turn 4 a sequel or a prequel?



Wrong Turn 4 is a prequel to the original Wrong Turn movie, showing the origin of the cannibals.


  • Is Wrong Turn 4 based on a true story?



No, Wrong Turn 4 is not based on a true story, although it may be inspired by some real-life cases of cannibalism or inbreeding.


  • Is Wrong Turn 4 available in Hindi?



Yes, Wrong Turn 4 is available in Hindi as well as other languages, such as English, Spanish, French, German, etc.


  • How many parts are there in the Wrong Turn series?



There are six parts in the Wrong Turn series so far, with a seventh part released in 2021 as a reboot.


  • Will there be a Wrong Turn 5?



Yes, there is a Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines released in 2012 as a sequel to Wrong Turn 4.


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