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The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

Released on 26 June 2006

Featuring: Michael Bailey Smith, Ted Levine & Kathleen Quinlan

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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The lucky ones die first!

Based on the original 1977 film by fright-master Wes Craven, The Hills Have Eyes is the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry when the travellers become stranded in a government atomic zone. Miles from nowhere, the Carter clan soon realizes the seemingly uninhabited wasteland is actually the breeding ground of a bloodthirsty mutant family... and they are the prey!

This 'Uncut' version of the film contains footage not seen in the cinema!
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.
  • Audio commentary from director Alexandre Aja, writer Gregory Levasseur and producer Marianne Maddalena
  • Audio commentary from producers Wes Craven and Peter Locke
  • 'Surviving The Hills': a 'Making Of' documentary (50 mins)
  • 'Leave The Broken Hearts' music video by The Finalist
  • Additional footage not seen in the cinema

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 Average rating (15 reviews)

 The Hills are alive...

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Though Wes Craven's 1977 original remains the better of the two Alexandre Aja delivers a gore-drenched remake that both fans of the original and newcomers alike can enjoy. Certainly never holding back on the amount of blood shed on screen - especially in this Uncut form - Aja delivers a remake that, unlike so many others of its kind, actually expands and improves upon the original. Altering the original to include the concepts of nuclear testing certainly adds much to the narrative and allows the FX guys to go to town with an army of disfigured, mutant designs. However impressive they all are though, one can't help but remember how chilling Michael Berryman was in the original, an actor who needed no makeup to achieve the same effect. But still, 'Hills Have Eyes' remains a quality remake, much as I despise Hollywoods current insistence on remaking classic horror if they all achieve this quality perhaps I'll finally shut up...

 Truly Terrifying!

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There is something about The Hills Have Eyes that sets it apart from other films of a similar genre and angle. I'm not sure what it is exactly, but it is definitely apparent when watching this film that you are watching something that will shake and perturb you for a long time to come.
I'm not sure whether its the weirdly plausible story line, the perfectly intense horror timing that sees you leaning towards the screen, eyes glued on the prospective horror, only to be thrown back in sheer terror the next, or whether it's simply the luscious colourings of every rich, red blood spatter.
Sure there are some scenes which border on pure disgust, but overall it is generally a likable, and truly terrifying piece of cinematic production.

 What's all the fuss about?

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Everyone i know loves this film, so i finally sat down to see what all the fuss is about and i thought it was pants. not original not very scary at all. There was the odd funny moments. But i think i'd sooner watch paint dry!

 Another wrong turn

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All the usual ingredients are here but the recipe lacks piquancy. Aja delivers nothing that we haven't seen before and his treatment of these familiar themes isn't particularly memorable either. Having said that, there's nothing badly wrong with this movie: it delivers plenty of gore and reasonable, but not memorable, levels of tension; we have the usual two-dimensional characters who are by turns incredibly stupid and quite inventive; and we have the insanely psychopathic bad guys. The problem is that I've seen it done more effectively elsewhere.

 Scariest film I have ever seen

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This is a high intense horrific film that will make saw and hostels atrocities look like grazed knees and Chinese burns. It is full of gore blood and high impact violence and brakes the boundaries of the whole meaning of gore and blood and scary faces. Not for the faint hearted, this brutal film will leave you speechless leaving you wanting more and all the more scary because it could so easily happen to you in everyday life. Think of wrong turn and Timest it by ten if ever a film should be banned this is it.

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ActorsMichael Bailey Smith, Ted Levine, Kathleen Quinlan, Dan Byrd, Emilie de Ravin, Aaron Stanford, Vinessa Shaw, Billy Drago, Ivana Turchetto, Robert Joy, Laura Ortiz, Ezra Buzzington, Desmond Askew & Gregory Nicotero
DirectorAlexandre Aja
Certificate18 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hard of hearing
Duration1 hour and 44 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.