Up comes the Bar-B-Que party and its Wrong Turn agenda for Guyana. On the day the party was launched the entire stage collapsed with some of the Wrong Turn characters on top. If that was not an indication of what was to come from such an unholy alliance, one man decides it’s his time to lead the party and tosses out the incumbent.
The sad thing depending on which way you look at it is that this individual has such special feature, the filmmakers of wrong turn decided that he possessed all the qualities to be cast as the main villain in the next installment of the movie. The man tells them however that he will wait till the end of elections to begin filming as he does not want an early release of the movie to scare away potential voters. If you think the man is scary, all hell breaks loose when he opens his mouth. Word around is that when the man became leader of the party someone dug a hole in front of the party headquarters and buried an English dictionary and placed a headstone which read RIP English Language.
The man became furious and relocated the party next to his house in Campbellville. As if that is not enough the similarities between this party and the movie gets even creepier. There are three evil inbred relatives who are the main characters in Wrong Turn they being Three Finger, Saw Tooth and One-Eye, need I say more. But fun and games aside, there is a serious aspect to what has been said above. The Bar-B-Key party taking this movie so serious, they decide to organize a few marches to drum up support.
Of course you better believe it that the same people who participate in one march will be shuttled by bus, car or donkey cart to the other march so as to deceive people into thinking they have a few supporters. But that is not bad enough, the Bar-B-Key people warning anyone who turn up for the marches that if they die, suffer any injury or is affected in any way, the party will not be held responsible.
That is the same as saying that you are on your own if anything happens to you because they are only concerned about themselves and their agenda. It is a sad day when a party which harbors’ ambition albeit misplaced to lead a nation cannot be responsible enough to look after the safety and welfare of its small number of supporters on a walkabout. Let’s hope that no one takes a Wrong Turn on the walk.