Wrong Turn (2021 Movie)
Wrong Turn 7, also known as (The Foundation), is a 2021 horror Movie directed by Mike P. Nelson and written by t Alan McElroy. It’s the Wrong Turn movie series and stars are Emma Dumont, Charlotte Vega, Adain Bradley, Dylan McTee, Daisy Head, Bill Sage, and Matthew Modine. is an international co-production within United States, Germany, and Canada
Wrong Turn was released one day on January 26, 2021, by Saban Films. The movie received positive reviews from critics, who appreciated its production values, performances, and considered it an improvement over the original permit, but some criticized its screenplay, narrative, and poor characters.
Wrong Turn was supposed to be released in 2020, however owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was put back to 2021. On December 16, 2020, it was revealed that the film would have a one-night-only premiere in American theaters on January 26, 2021.
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Scott Shaw travels to a small hamlet in rural Virginia in the hopes of finding his daughter, who has been missing for several weeks after visiting the area with her friends. The local police chief refuses to get involved, and Scott receives little assistance from the community. Scott meets a man named Nate in a tavern who tells him that if the gang got lost in the woods, they’re most likely dead. Scott, on the other hand, receives assistance from the proprietor of the motel where his daughter and her friends were staying.
Take a step back six weeks: Jen Shaw and her boyfriend Darius, as well as Adam and Milla, Gary and Luis, and Adam and Milla arrive in town with the idea of hiking the Appalachian Trail. That evening, they face some disguised animosity in the neighborhood bar, particularly from the irritable Nate, who mocks them as “hippy shit.” The next morning, Jen has a brief encounter with a weird woman named Edith, who is selling handcrafted jewelry and is accompanied by Ruthie, a small silent kid.
The pals begin their journey, but despite being cautioned not to deviate from the path, Darius persuades them to do so in order to find an old fort. A massive tree trunk crashes down the slope towards them as they go through the woods. Except for Gary, who is crushed to death, everyone manages to get out of the road in time.
The gang tries to hike back to town, bruised, injured, and disoriented, but they become lost. As night arrives and rain begins to fall, they decide to set up camp for the night. The next day, they discover that they have unintentionally camped in a cemetery, and Milla, as well as their smartphones, has vanished. While looking for her, they come across a plaque from 1859 marking the founding of the “Foundation,” a group of settlers in the mountains who believed the end of the United States was imminent.
Scott, meantime, hires a local tracker to accompany him into the woods. Scott reaches the town after the tracker and his kid are slain by a trap, but he is arrested. Jen, who is now married to Venable and appears to have been indoctrinated, shoots her father with an arrow. Scott is sentenced to “darkness” and imprisoned by Venable for trespassing. Jen sneaks away that night and releases her father, saying that she simply shot him to avoid suspicion. Jen tries to persuade Darius to join her and her father in fleeing, but he refuses. Jen then locates Ruthie, who assists them in eluding Venable and many other cultists.
They come across a tunnel filled with blinded and shambling inmates, including Luis. Jen murders him out of mercy before fleeing with Scott and killing several cultists, including Edith. They come across Nate and other armed townspeople who offer assistance. The cultists assault them, killing one of the townspeople and injuring Jen, but Scott and Jen manage to flee, and Venable watches as they go.
Jen and her father have resumed their normal lives several months later. Jen pays a visit to her stepmother, but she’s busy welcome Venable and Ruthie into the neighborhood. Venable notices Jen is several months pregnant with his child and confronts her. He invites Jen to join him at the Foundation. Jen hesitantly agrees on the condition that Venable stays away from her family in the future. Jen, Venable, and Ruthie drive away with three other cultists in a recreational vehicle (RV). The RV swerves out of control and crashes into a parked car as the credits roll, likely killing or incapacitating two of the cultists.
Jen flings in the door and stabs Venable to death, then tosses the knife at the other cultist, cutting him down before killing him. As they return to Ruthie’s family home, Jen takes her hand in hers.
- Charlotte Vega as Jennifer “Jen” Shaw
- Adain Bradley as Darius Clemons
- Bill Sage as Venable
- Emma Dumont as Milla D’Angelo
- Dylan McTee as Adam Lucas
- Daisy-Head as Edith
- Matthew Modine as Scott Shaw
- Vardaan Arora as Gary Amaan
- Adrian Favela as Luis Ortiz
- Tim de Zarn as Nate Roades
- Rhyan Elizabeth Hanavan as Ruthie
- Chaney Morrow as Hobbs
- Damian Maffei as Morgan / Deer Skull
- Mark Mench as Standard / Wolf Skull
- David Hutchison as Cullen / Boar Skull
- Chris Hahn as Samuel / Elk Skull
- Valerie Jane Parker as Corrine
- Daniel R. Hill as Reggie
In October 2018, it was revealed that the Wrong Turn film series would be rebooted. Mike P. Nelson directed the picture, which was written by Alan B. McElroy, who also authored the original film in 2003.  Charlotte Vega was announced to star in the picture in May of this year.
In a Fangoria interview with filmmaker Nelson, he said:
“On the first read, I was fully expecting to be thrown into a weird slasher world where cannibals ate human flesh and individuals were split down the middle. I was pleasantly surprised when that did not occur. There was something else in the story that drew me in.”