Both Wrong Turn and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End are presented on Blu-ray from Fox in 1080p/AVC widescreen transfers. The first film is in a 1.85:1 ratio, while the second is 1.78:1 (one of many telltale signs of being direct-to-video). Since neither film ever had a large budget to start, one isn’t all-too-shocked to find that the video quality on both titles is fair, but not great. Part 1 comes across as rather soft and fuzzy (like a Tribble) but with a decent color/contrast balance. Part 2 on the other hand was shot-on-video (another telltale direct-to-video sign — duh) so there really wasn’t much to work with from the start. Both titles are also housed on 25GB discs (the box art says 50GB, but they lie), which may account for the not-so-pristine video quality.
Wrong Turn and Wrong Turn 2: Dead End feature English 5.1 DTS HD MA, French 5.1 DD, and Spanish Dolby Surround soundtracks. The DTS mixes are the highpoint for both releases, giving your speakers (mostly the front ones) a good enough once-over. English SDH and Spanish subtitles are included on each release, with Part 2 also boasting a French track. The special features on these Blu-ray issues are identical to what were released on the original DVDs (commentaries, featurettes, etc.).
The final entry in MGM/Fox’s “Feed Your Fear” line-up is the The Hannibal Lecter Collection, which can be read here. In short, MGM/Fox’s “Feed Your Fear” collection is a blessing. Fans of horror-thrillers, old and new — good and bad — should enjoy watching some of their favorites in High Def.