A group of college students, on a trip to the Mountain Man Festival on Halloween in West Virginia, encounter a clan of cannibals.
“Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines” is a horror movie released in 2012, directed by Declan O’Brien. It is the fifth installment in the “Wrong Turn” franchise, which follows a group of people who get stranded in the Appalachian Mountains and become prey to a family of cannibalistic mutants.
The movie follows a group of college students who travel to a small town to celebrate Halloween. They stumble upon the abandoned town of Fairlake, which has a dark history involving the cannibalistic mutant family. Soon, they become trapped in the town and must fight for their survival against the family’s wrath.
Overall, the movie received mixed reviews. While some praised the movie for its gore and suspenseful scenes, others criticized it for its lack of originality and predictable plot. The movie did not fare well in the box office, earning only a fraction of its budget.
Despite its shortcomings, “Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines” may be appealing to fans of the horror genre, particularly those who enjoy slasher films. The movie’s gruesome scenes and intense action may keep viewers on the edge of their seats. However, for those looking for a more complex or thought-provoking film, this may not be the best choice.