I can't explain why I persist with the Wrong Turn movies. The first was a great little take on the redneck/backwoods genre. I guess I'm a glutton for punishment. My excitement was quickly trampled with part 2 and again with part 3. Talk about terrible, tacky and low grade sequels... so why did I bother with number 4? I guess there's a faint hope that it will come full circle again... the good news is that Wrong Turn 4 is easily the best of the sequels. Cinematically it is a return to the theatrical look of the first movie. The story is a prequel (these are grinding on me) and takes place in an abandoned mental asylum which is hidden in the Virginian wilderness. The movie's prelude shows that Three Fingers and his family from previous movies were patients who escaped and slaughtered the staff. Cut to 2003 and a group of snowboarders find themselves stuck at the asylum during a blizzard... and the usual carnage begins. It's packed with gore but there's nothing more to it. Its pretty shit... LOL. The winter setting is a welcome change to the series but that can't save it alone. Part 5 is in production and some fucked up thing in me will watch it. And it's going to suck!