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Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort

WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT

OUT ON DIGITAL HD ON 13 OCTOBER AND DVD ON 20 OCTOBER

Violent, gory and disturbing, WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT releases on Digital HD on 13th October and on DVD on 20th October from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Starring Roxanne Pallett (Emmerdale, Lake Placid 3), WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT is the captivating horror flick reviving the notorious exploits of the Hillicker family. A mysterious inheritance brings Danny (Anthony Ilott) and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is under the care of Jackson (Chris Jarvis: The Bill, Mamma Mia!) and Sally (Sadie Katz: House of Bad, Scorned), an awkward couple who introduce Danny to a family he’s never known – a clan by the name of Hillicker.

For generations, the Hillickers have observed traditions rooted in cannibalism and other taboo rituals, practices that have kept the family strong if not necessarily pure. Tempted by the forbidden, Danny is forced to choose between friends and blood.

WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT guarantees to leave audiences cowering as villains quench murderous thirst – no one is safe in this encounter.

Packed with exclusive content including carnage counting feature ‘All The Kills in Them Hills’.

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