On the heels of our May set visit to writer and director Declan O’Brien’s then-shooting feature Wrong Turn 4, the filmmaker touched base with us last Friday to give us an update on the flick’s post-production, which is being carried out in Vancouver, Canada.
“Things are going really well in the editing room,” O’Brien, who also helmed the films Wrong Turn 3: Left For Dead and Sharktopus, told us of the fourth in the killer-hillbilly franchise, which is positioned for an October release via 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. “The movie is playing nicely, and I’m really pleased with all the practical FX. I did the CGI spot with the FX super, and he was shocked that there was so much practical and so little need for CG. That makes me really happy. I can’t wait for people to see this movie.”
Stay glued to Dread for exclusive interviews from the Canadian set with the director, special FX artist Doug Morrow and actors Sean Skene, Daniel Skene and Scotty Johnson; and in the interim have a look at our exclusive gallery of stills here, which we snapped during the production, the majority of which took place at the abandoned Brandon Mental Health Centre in Manitoba, Canada.