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- DescriptionWhen their camper breaks down in the desert on their way to California, a desperate family struggles to survive the attacks of a bizarre cannibalistic family, hungry for fresh meat and determined to terrorize the innocent vacationers. As members of the Carter clan fall prey to these inbred marauders, only a son and daughter remain to rescue their kidnapped infant and seek vengeance against the savages who have destroyed their family.
- Leading Role 1Robert Houston
- Director 1Wes Craven
- Leading Role 2Susan Lanier
- Leading Role 3Michael Berryman
- Additional Roles byDee Wallace Stone,Virginia Vincent,James Whitworth
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2003
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time89 minutes
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- ivorbidder29 Mar, 2017by
Classic 1980's Horror!!
A low budget film so don't expect much, it's easy to see why it got remade... great if you like the feel of the 1970's and 80's, I won't spoil it for you Goodbye...
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- robert1991-200922 Jun, 2011by
good, but not as good as remake.
GOOD movie, not as good as the remake, but still worth watching. most of the things in this movie happen the same as they do in the remake, but the remake is more graphic and gory. buy both and see witch one you think is the best. my rating 7/10. Robert from cheshire.
- 936277681@delet...05 Sep, 2009by
The HillsHave Eyes
This is a good film...it has a very good plot and keeps you on edge for all of it...It is the original of the Hills Have Eyes and is a little worse but still good for it's time.
- njc126718 Sep, 2008by
Classic inbread Horror murders the remake.
Will forever be classed as a classic must have, must see horror film. Brought at this price and special package makes it irresitable. Don't expect todays Hostel or Saw level of gore and violence, but jumps and suspense in the bucket full.
- davethedude108 Apr, 2008by
Remake runs with the pack
A great horror flick is hard to write, so I have been lenient on them. With that said, OK, joining the family of movies with folks getting lost only to find gruesome fates, America jumps in with 'The Hills Have Eyes'. If your interested I did the research for the following... (this excludes older origionals and is as of 2005). Wolf Creek = 2005 England Wrong Turn = 2003 Canada Hills Have Eyes = 2006 U.S. Detour = 2003 Australia. Four countries have their own versions of this plot. By date (see above) you can tell who copied who first. Hills Have Eyes was good. It was worth the ebay buy and worth pay per view. $11.00 in a movie house plus $10 for popcorn candy and soda... I may have reduced the rating to average. As the other ratings said , I agree. Scary and the protagonists are real nasty, ugly folk. If you saw any of the other 3 movies I listed (AKA-The Family) then you will like Hills have eyes a lot. I don't provide spoilers so that's all I'll say. My opinion though, Wrong Turn was the best! Followed by Hills Have Eyes, then Detour, then Wolf Creek. If the price is right, SEE THEM ALL! You'll have fun like I did comparing them! David Read full review
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