Well, to be fair to West Virginia, it's really only the most backwoods and remote parts of the state that the Wrong Turn movies depict as being dangerous, and logically, there probably aren't any families of murderous, deformed hillbillies lying in wait there in real life. Still, one can never be too careful about such things. Unlike most horror franchises though, which usually try to have at least some type of consistency between installments, Wrong Turn kind of hops all over the place, with the character of Three-Finger always played by a different actor the only one to appear in all six films so far. Outside of the West Virginia location, each Wrong Turn tends to be noticeably different than the last, whether that be in appearance or plot. For example, Wrong Turn 4 served as a prequel to the first three, while Wrong Turn 6 was an almost entirely standalone piece with little relation to the prior entries. With Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort getting a rather muted response from the horror community, it's probably wise that Wrong Turn 7: The Foundation will attempt to start almost from scratch and reboot the franchise, complete with original creator Alan B.
‘Wrong Turn 7’- release date, plot and everything you should know
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One of the spookiest movies that had enough gory scenes to induce goosebumps in the audience is back with yet another installment in the series. Read on to find out the release and plot details of Wrong Turn 7. Wrong Turn is an American horror film series created by Alan B. The first installment came out in The plots of all the six films were based on various murderous mutated mountain men or cannibals who hunt people in the mountains of West Virginia and torture and kill them in ways that are not for the weak of heart. They are adept at making traps and using weaponry such as bow and arrows.
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McElroy, and the project has been described as a reboot. The cannibal family, helmed by Three-Finger —the only surviving member of his clan—has been the central focus of every movie. A fresh take would be good for the franchise, and has proven to be effective in recent years, as major horror franchises have been given updates that were quite successful with audiences in recent years. While the connection could still be familial, it likely won't be Three-Finger's family.