The reboot of Wrong Turn is expected to hit theaters later this month for a special one-night-only event. Saban Films, the studio behind the upcoming entry into the horror franchise, has partnered with Fathom Events for the special screenings. These screenings will take place on Tuesday, January 26th at 7:00 p.m. local time. Tickets are now available. Shows are happening all over the US giving horror fans the chance to see the carnage on the big screen.
Tickets were recently purchased from Fathom Events for the Wrong move Screenings. It’s worth noting that the film has an R rating, which means they won’t hold back this time around. This is also the first time an entry in the series has made a cinema debut since the original was released in 2003. Mike P. Nelson is sitting in the director’s chair. The premiere will also include bonus features from the film. At the moment it is not known what these bonus features will consist of. But Fathom is known for including behind-the-scenes interviews and content in its events.
Wrong move The focus is on a group of friends on a hike on the Appalachian Trail. In the end, they come across ‘The Foundation’, a community of socialmediagossips who have lived in the mountains for hundreds of years. There is violence. The reboot was written by Alan B. McElroy who wrote the original film. It was produced by Robert Kulzer, Constantin Film, in association with James Harris and Tea Shop Productions. The cast includes Charlotte Vega (The lodgers), Matthew Modine (Strange things, 47 meters down), Damian Maffei (The strangers: prey in the night, Follow) and Bill Sage (Hap and Leonard).
This is set to be the first major horror movie event of 2021. Whether you want to see it in a theater or not is a little irrelevant. This is the first entry in the franchise since Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort in 2014. At least thanks in part to the success of 2018 HalloweenHorror reboots are all the rage right now. Scream, Saw, Texas chainsaws massacre and more have installments on the way with a new one Nightmare on Ulmenstrasse also at a certain point in the development process. While Wrong move isn’t quite on the same level as Freddy or Leatherface, the series has earned its place in horror history.
Wrong move debuted in 2003, became a modest hit, grossing $ 28 million at the box office. Starting with Wrong Turn 2: Dead End 2007, a series of sequels followed in rapid succession in the years that followed. All films show a group of hillbilly led by Three Finger. Those who want to enjoy the film at home will have the chance later this year as a digital release is also planned, although a date has not been announced yet. Tickets for the Wrong move The premiere is now available at the participating theater box offices or at FathomEvents.com.
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