|release date||October 20 2009|
|studio||Fox Home Entertainment|
|writer||Connor James Delaney|
|starring||Tom Frederic, Janet Montgomery, Tamer Hassan, Gil Kolirin, Mike Straub, Chucky Venice|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisThree times the fear...three times the horror....three times the terror! Three Finger and his disturbed family of inbred cannibals are alive and well-fed. The first course for the bloodthirsty family comes when a group of campers arrive, realizing only too late that ticks aren't the only things that bite in these backwoods. But when some of the most vicious killers in the country escape into the woods from a bus transporting them to prison, Three Finger and his family may have met their match. Will justice be served on the convicted murderers or upon the mutant killers?
Joe Lynch’s Wrong Turn 2 raised the bar for DTV sequels. It wasn’t perfect, but it was made with passion, relished in its “We don’t have to play in 3000 screens” fate, and was simply a damn fun time, with great kills and a fun cast. It also had its own identity apart from the more serious original film, so I was sort of intrigued by another creative team taking the reins for a 3rd film, hoping a filmmaker with style could deliver yet another new direction for the series. Sadly, Wrong Turn 3: Left For Dead is about as abysmal as you can get for a sequel; if WT2 raised the bar, then WT3 lowers it right back down to where it was, and possibly a notch or two lower. …Read More