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- DescriptionWith his 2006 remake of Wes Craven's 1977 slasher 'The Hills Have Eyes', French director Alexandre Aja manages to accomplish what many directors fail to do by making his film a definite improvement over the original. With Craven on board as producer, Aja sticks pretty closely to the first film's script and storyline, but with the help of a larger budget, special effects, better actors, and slick cinematography, creates a much scarier story. While the film's setting is contemporary, it maintains a 1970s feel in parts, paying tribute to the decade in which the slasher subgenre was born. With an interesting opening-credit sequence consisting of actual nuclear testing footage, we are told that the film's desert setting was the site of nuclear testing during the 1950s and '60s. Warned to vacate, the miners that lived there refused to leave, thus subjecting themselves to high levels of toxic radiation, and breeding mutant babies as a result. It is this generation of now-grown mutants that the poor Carter family has the misfortune to encounter while driving through New Mexico on their way to California. When their vehicle breaks down in the desert, the Carters are too busy bickering with one another to realise they have entered enemy territory. But it doesn't take long for the demented creatures living in the hills to make their presence known. The gore fest that follows is packed with terribly frightening scenes of the deformed killers delighting in the torment and intended kill of each family member, young mothers, teen girls, and babies included. Much of the film is set in a government-created test city in which deteriorating mannequins take the place of actual humans. Posing lifelessly alongside their mutant neighbours, these waxy figures provide a chilling backdrop for the graphic war between the mutants and their victims.
- Leading Role 1Emilie De Ravin
- Director 1Alexandre Aja
- Leading Role 2Kathleen Quinlan
- Leading Role 3Vinessa Shaw
- ProducerWes Craven
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2006
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time107 minutes
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- karen.k.195802 Aug, 2011by
i bought this dvd for a present for someone .i cannot really comment on it as i havenot watched it myself.i have heared its a good dvd though,& cant go wrong with the price i paid for it as its brand new in the wrapping.
- callyandyava201...03 Jun, 2011by
Awesome film well worth watching
Absolutly love the film Very original !! Great horror edge of your seat film! Loved it. Would recommend to anyone who likes horrors to watch!!
- mcjupholstery30 Nov, 2010by
the hills have eyes 2
this is a propper horror film. you will be on the edge of your seat, nomatter how hard you think you are
- bekah-mf1829 Oct, 2010by
the hills have eyes
the hills have eyes is a very good film that keeps you drawn in and on the edge of your seat. it is entertaining to all viewers...accept for the faint hearted and i would definatly watch it again.
- richardb130107 Oct, 2010by
The Hills Have Eyes (DVD) - Excellent Buy
I like horror movies and this one just caught my eye, i already have The Hills Have Eyes 2 so i needed this one as it is number 1.
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