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Horror’s most hideous hillbillies are back and more bloodthirsty than ever as Wrong Turn 5 arrives on DVD on January 28, 2013, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

This time around a small West Virginia town is hosting the legendary Mountain Men Festival on Halloween, with throngs of costumed partygoers gathering for a wild night of music and mischief. But the trick or treating takes a sinister turn when a vicious family of inbred cannibals – including series stalwarts Three Finger, Saw-Tooth and One-Eye – decide to dine on a group of visiting college students.

Starring horror legend Doug Bradley (Hellraiser) and directed by Wrong Turn 3 and 4’s Declan O’Brien, Wrong Turn 5 ups the ante on the series’ already gory history, delivering thrills and chills that promise to be even more stomach-churning than ever before.

The latest offering from the Wrong Turn stable also features a host of devilish DVD extras, including an audio commentary with O’Brien and A Day In The Death featurette. And for aficionados of gore everywhere, the superb Wrong Turn 1-5 DVD box set is also available on the same day – perfect for fans in need of a Wrong Turn feast!

To celebrate the DVD release of Wrong Turn 5 out 28th January, we’ve taken a look at some of the weapons used in horror movies that have resulted in the deaths of many unlucky victims.

Wrong Turn 5 – Combine harvester
Texas Chainsaw Massacre – Chainsaw
Friday 13th – Machete
Nightmare on Elms Street – Freddy’s glove
Dead Alive (a.k.a. Braindead) – Lawnmower
Hellraiser – hooks and chains
Phantasm – Steel Ball

Prize: Win one of three copies of Wrong Turn 5 on DVD

This competition os now closed. The winners are as follow:
Sunil Koya, Surrey, KT22
Mark Taylor, Raskelf, YO61
Michelle Hall, Lancashire, OL6

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