Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort

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Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort
DVD cover
Directed byValeri Milev
Produced by
Written byFrank H. Woodward
Based onCharacters
by Alan B. McElroy
Music byClaude Foisy
CinematographyMartin Chichov
Edited by
  • Don Adams
  • Cameron Hallenbeck
Distributed by20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Release date
  • October 21, 2014 (2014-10-21)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$1.2 million[1]

Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (stylized as Wrong Turn VI in the opening credits) is a 2014 American horror film directed by Valeri Milev and the sixth installment in the Wrong Turn film series.[2]

The film was released on DVD on October 21, 2014.[3]


Daria and Nick ride their bikes deep in the Hobb Springs Bike Trail. After bathing in a small watering hole, they start having sex. Meanwhile Three Finger is spying on them. Afterward, they ride their bikes again until Nick falls off and discovers that an unknown assailant has shot him with a bow and arrow. The assailant, Three Finger, then kills Nick with an arrow through the face. Daria attempts to flee only to ride into a strip of barbed-wire planted by One Eye and Saw Tooth. Three Finger then decapitates and kills her with a machete.

Danny, Danny's girlfriend, Toni, Bryan, Bryan's girlfriend, Jillian, Vic, Toni's brother, Rod, and Charlie go to the Hobb Springs Resort, where they meet the caretakers, siblings Sally and Jackson, who take them in. Agnes Fields, a vacationer, is soon attacked, possibly by Saw Tooth or One Eye, throwing an axe at her. Jackson then snaps her neck, killing her after the brothers refuse his order.

Charlie, Vic, and Rod swim outside as Toni takes a bath and Jackson takes Danny out in the woods to hunt. Danny shoots a deer, when Sheriff Doucette is killed by Three Finger. As Toni gets dressed, she sees Jackson wipe off blood from the wall, and she takes Vic along with her to look for Danny. Vic sees Saw Tooth devouring deer flesh, runs away, and falls into a trap with Danny. Vic escapes the trap and seeks help for Danny. Jackson and Vic carry Danny back to the resort, where Sally attends to Danny's wounds and begins to seductively undress him. When Toni walks in, Sally leaves and watches them have sex.

Vic, Rod, and Charlie harass Bryan and Jillian, who were having sex in the pool. The next day, Danny has a proposition at the breakfast table. He wants to fully restore Hobb Springs. All of his friends reluctantly give in but Jillian and Bryan head back to their room where Bryan discovers that she has been stealing the Staffordshire Collections. Bryan discovers a hidden door leading to a basement which is home to a gigantic, ancient spa. They have passionate sex while Sally watches and masturbates, and the brothers attack them. Jillian is killed, but Sally stops them from killing Bryan. Sally attempts to have forced sex with Bryan, but Jackson interrupts them as she needs to remain pure for Danny. When he leaves, Sally asphyxiates Bryan by placing a pillow on his face and sitting on it while she masturbates. Jackson and Sally then introduce Danny to his long-lost family of cannibalistic inbreds. They drug him and explain that they must keep the family blood pure through an incestous mating of Danny and Sally. As Vic hides in the bushes, he listens to the conversation. Saw Tooth captures him and Three Finger cuts his throat and tears his innards out and all the cannibals feast on it. After being served and downing his late friend's blood, Danny has sex with Sally as the entire family watches.

In the morning, Toni, Rod, and Charlie hear a knock on their door. When he enters, Danny tells them to leave, though he is staying. As they leave, they hide when they find that Jackson is cooking their friends. When they see Jillian's head in the freezer, they scream and flee, only to run into the hillbillies. Toni and Rod escape, but the cannibals capture Charlie and forcefully give him an enema using a fire hose reel and blast his stomach. Toni insists that she and Rod return to help Danny, but Rod tells her that they can send help later. Toni grabs a rifle and goes back for Danny. At the resort, Toni confronts Sally, whom she attempts to kill. Rod then attempts to leave but is captured and pulled back to the three brothers, killed by Three Finger with knife.

As Sally and Toni fight, Toni burns Sally's face in boiling water and shoots off her leg with the rifle. Danny abrupts Toni to kill her and asks why she is attempting to kill his family. After Jackson attempts to kill Toni, Danny lets her go; Jackson says she knows too much and pursues her, but Toni stabs and kills Jackson with door keys. Danny approaches with the rifle aimed at Toni and makes the decision that he chooses his family. Three Finger kills Toni from behind. Later, Danny is shown as a caretaker at the resort. In the last scene, Danny takes Sally from a wheelchair and they have sex as the three brothers watch, indicating they wanted to continue the "pure", cannibalistic bloodlines.


  • Anthony Ilott as Danny
  • Chris Jarvis as Jackson
  • Aqueela Zoll as Toni
  • Sadie Katz as Sally
  • Rollo Skinner as Vic
  • Billy Ashworth as Rod
  • Harry Belcher as Charlie
  • Joe Gaminara as Bryan
  • Roxanne Pallett as Jillian
  • Radoslav Parvanov as Three Finger
  • Danko Jordanov as Saw Tooth
  • Asen Asenov as One Eye
  • Kicker Robinson as Doucette
  • Talitha Luke-Eardley as Daria
  • Luke Cousins as Nick
  • Josie Kidd as Agnes
  • Venetka Georgieva as Overweight Woman


Director Declan O'Brien was replaced by director Valeri Milev for the sixth installment in the Wrong Turn series.[4][unreliable source?] Intended as a VOD and DVD sequel to Wrong Turn 5 and the sixth overall entry in the Wrong Turn film series, filming was reported to have commenced in March 2014 in Bulgaria.[5][6]


Fox Home Entertainment released it on home video on October 21, 2014. It grossed $1 million in combined DVD and Blu-ray sales in North America.[7]


28 Days Later Analysis reported on it being eleven years "since actress Eliza Dushku played Jessie, a woman chased by a gang of cannibal hillbillies. A ten year run with five sequels makes the Wrong Turn film series one of the longest running horror franchises in recent history".[4][unreliable source?] Joel Harley of Starburst rated it 7/10 stars and wrote, "If anything, this is one of the best entries yet."[8] Steve Barton of Dread Central rated it 1.5/5 stars and called it "all crap with a few good moments", though he praised Sadie Katz's acting.[9]

Court case[edit]

In October 2014, a court case was filed in Ireland over the unauthorized use of a photo of a woman who went missing in County Wexford. The judge declined to issue a temporary injunction, but the case will come back to court in early November 2014. As a result of the lawsuit, distributor 20th Century Fox recalled all DVD and Blu-ray releases of the film with no plan to repress or re-release and have also pulled all online streaming sources.[10]


  1. ^ "What are the chances of Wrong Turn 7 in 2016?". HorrorSociety.com. Retrieved October 26, 2015.
  2. ^ Woods, Kevin (March 10, 2014). "Wrong Turn 6 now in production; House of Bad's Sadie Katz toplining cast". JoBlo. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  3. ^ "New Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort Images Bring on the Hillbillies". Dread Central. September 11, 2014. Retrieved October 28, 2014.
  4. ^ a b Allen, Michael (March 12, 2014). "Cannibals Spotted in the Woods of Sophia, Bulgaria in Wrong Turn 6". 28 Days Later Analysis. Retrieved March 18, 2014.
  5. ^ staff (March 7, 2014). "'Wrong Turn 6' Now Filming in Bulgaria!". Bloody-Disgusting. Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  6. ^ staff (March 8, 2014). "Fox Takes a Wrong Turn for the Sixth Time; Now Filming!". Dread Central. Retrieved March 17, 2014.
  7. ^ "Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (2014)". The Numbers. Retrieved October 26, 2015.
  8. ^ Harley, Joel (August 25, 2014). "WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT [FRIGHTFEST 2014]". Starburst. Retrieved October 28, 2014.
  9. ^ Barton, Steve (October 22, 2014). "Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (Blu-ray / DVD)". Dread Central. Retrieved October 28, 2014.
  10. ^ O'Faolain, Aodhan (October 30, 2014). "Family of late Irish woman bid to have image removed from horror film". Irish Independent. Retrieved October 30, 2014.

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