The Wrong Turn
Chris and a group of five friends are left stranded deep in the middle of the woods after their cars collide. As they venture deeper into the woods, they face an uncertain and bloodcurdling fate.
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hills Have Eyes is a 2006 American horror film and remake of Wes Craven's 1977 film of the same name.
Retired detective Bob Carter and his wife Ethel are traveling from Cleveland, Ohio to San Diego, California through the desert for their wedding anniversary. They stop at a gas station where an elderly attendant tells them of a different route through the hills. Not long after taking the supposed short-cut, their tires are punctured by a hidden spike strip. Doug and Bob go look for help, while the rest of the family stays behind.
A group of young people leave a bad disco party and follow the advice of one of them to join her in her place in the countryside. But then they meet a strange man, Joseph, who has an evening of Satan worshipping planned.
A gang of young criminals flee Paris in a bid for freedom, only to find themselves ensnared by a family of Nazi cannibals intent on breeding a new Aryan master race.
Darry and Patricia are on their way back home during the spring break. Their journey turns into a nightmare when they cross paths with a flesh-eating creature that is out on a killing spree.
No One Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
A group of technology-dependent teenagers goes to offline camp and faces a deadly danger lurking in the woods.
P.S.: this is probably the worst movie I've ever watched in my life. It has absolutely no sense at all and totally disgusting.