Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort

Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort

A sudden and mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is being looked after under the watchful care of Jackson and Sally, a socially awkward couple who introduce Danny to the long lost family he's never known. A clan by the name of Hillicker. But soon Danny learns his relatives have a different way of living, that for generations, the Hillickers have observed ancient traditions rooted in cannibalism and other taboo rituals.

After being informed of receiving an unexpected property, Danny decides to go to the resort Hobb Springs in West Virginia to find out more about that inheritance with his friends. After meeting two caretakers Jackson and Sally, his life is about to change when he knows about his origin and family which connects himself with some mutant killers. Danny now has to take a choice: protecting his friends from the killers or following the tradition of his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort torrent reviews

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Rosco B (us) wrote: If there's an aroma to Ealing veteran Alexander Mackendrick's first American picture, it's funky and pungent; anything but sweet. This cracking media-based drama - famed for its pacey, witty and cutting street vernacular - is at its best when depicting the sparring between its two powerhouse leads. Lancaster's media mogul JJ Hunsecker is a rare, remarkable screen monster: whip-smart, savage, colossally repressed and unhealthily obsessed with his younger sister. The producer/star perhaps reveals some of the darker, disturbed side of his personality in the role, and it is a jolt to see the beaming, toothy grin of 'The Crimson Pirate' and such jollity giving way to such a sideways, sarcastic sneer. Curtis as perpetually scheming press agent Sidney Falco matches Lancaster blow-for-blow, in a performance that saw a shift away from the pretty-boy roles he was becoming fed up with. His Falco - though overlooked in this context - re-configures the notions of screen cool; Brando or Dean, for instance, never played the kind of fast-talking street hepcat that Curtis plays with such malevolent relish here. Marty Milner (wooden) and Susan Harrison (vacant) fare less well as the young couple at the centre of the domestic story fuelling JJ's ire, but the supporting cast is well rounded and full of interesting characters to populate the nightscape - each one ready with a sharp one-liner. Elmer Bernstein provides a jazzy score, and the nocturnal Manhattan backdrop is at once as tawdry and alluring as Curtis makes his Falco character. Mackendrick's direction is first rate (as is James Wong Howe's cinematography) in capturing the sleazy mood, setting and characters, but is often overlooked in favour of the snappy, memorable dialogue. For the most part, 'Sweet Smell of Success' is matchless stuff.

Richard S (es) wrote: For a film that slipped under the radar this really surprised me and was a really good hard hitting revenge movie. Most British street / gangster / prison movies are all the same and full of the usual cliches, poorly written and badly acted but this was quite the opposite. The only thing that lets it down a little is Jake, the big bad who almost becomes a caricature and is perhaps a little over the top but it's got a strong central lead, it's well written and you can tell there is a decent production behind the movie and it hasn't just been chucked out like most of these types of films.

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