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Declan O'Brien's Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings trailer is here

07.20.2011by: Alex DiVincenzo
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The official trailer for WRONG TURN 4: BLOODY BEGINNINGS has been released and can be seen below. The movie looks like it deserves the direct to video treatment, but hopefully it will deliver on gore. The trailer also reveals that the film will now hit DVD and Blu-ray on October 25 - a week later than the original announced release date.

The sequel is written and directed by Declan O'Brien (WRONG TURN 3: LEFT FOR DEAD). It stars Sean Skene, Daniel Skene, Rick Skene, Scott Johnso, Jennifer Pudavick, Tenika Davis, Terra Vnesa, Dean Armstrong, Kaitlyn Wong (below) and Kristen Harris.

At an isolated hospital deep in the West Virginia wilderness, three hideously deformed mutants go on a merciless killing spree. Now, decades later, this family of bloodthirsty cannibals is stalking new prey: a group of young skiers trapped by a blizzard. The abandoned medical wards soon become killing fields as the panicked victims come face to face with a chilling choice: fight back or die. With bonus footage too graphic for theaters, WRONG TURN 4 takes you to the most terrifying place of all... the beginning.

Extra Tidbit: What do you think of the trailer?
Source: AITH

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4:13PM on 07/20/2011

Looks better than 3

Not a fan of 3. The CGI enhancements to the kills ruined it for me. This on the other hand looks much better. I'll watch it.
Not a fan of 3. The CGI enhancements to the kills ruined it for me. This on the other hand looks much better. I'll watch it.
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2:44PM on 07/20/2011
Love these films!!!!! LOOKS AWESOME!!
Love these films!!!!! LOOKS AWESOME!!
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