Wrong Turn got a very different remake this year–moving away from cannibal hillbillies to focus on a more civilized people who live off-the-grid in the Appalachian mountains called The Foundation. However, there was one scene cut from the movie that landed it the infamous NC-17 rating. During the Wrong Turn audio commentary from director Mike P. Nelson, he explained the exact moment where the MPAA slapped the naughty rating on it. “[The] execution scene with Adam here was the moment in the movie in which we got an NC-17 from the MPAA,” Nelson explained during the movie. The scene in question features travelling city-boy Adam about to be executed in a bizarre court of law by The Foundation after Adam is found guilty of murdering another member of the hermit tribe. “Originally, this scene played straight through, in which you saw Adam get his head bashed in, and it did not cut away, like it’s going to do there,” Nelson continued. “It keeps going and going, and you see his head break apart. But it was a little too much, I guess, so we had to cut that back.” Nelson hoped there’s an uncut version of the movie that will… Read full this story
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