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The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

Featuring: Michael Bailey Smith, Ted Levine & Kathleen Quinlan

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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  Scariest film I have ever seen

| | See all Sammijoe46's reviews (23)

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.

  Scariest film I have ever seen

| | See all sammistan's reviews (23)

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.

  thank god i live in england

| | See all horrorfan84's reviews (10)

horror at its very best. stunning,shocking remake. full of full on gore and wonderful cannibal characters, remind me of some of the inbreds on the pilands estate.

  Fantastic remake of a horror classic

| | See all Kyle89's reviews (173)

I'm a huge fan of the original horror classics and was horrified to hear they were going to remake one of my favourite Wes Craven movies. And I definitely did NOT expect to say that this is a far superior film to the original.

The original, though it has some great scenes and Michael Berryman was superbly cast, had its flaws and has not dated very well. The shocks and violence, I didn't think was quite possible seem as though the original was quite shocking (especially for its time), are upped: everything is EXTREME and for fans of the sick (like me) this is for you!

When it kicks off, it does NOT STOP and is non-stop VIOLENCE for the remainder of the film. The scene with Pluto and Doug is one of the best battles and most violent scenes I think I've seen (and definitely one I've rewound a million times).

A nice change to see a horror remake that's actually worth the time and money and an all too rare remake that BETTERS the original. If you're a fan of the original and/or like your horrors sick and ultra-violent, this is for you.

  a good remake

| | See all Clawddy's reviews (64)

i liked this remake for a change it didnt stray to far from its original plot and the special effects were brilliant so was the acting i really enjoyed this film

  Disturbingly excellent!

| | See all jimmy6446's reviews (30)

I definitely won't be journeying to the desert often after witnessing one heck of a horror film. The acting is great, the shocks are hair - raising and the gore is utterly gruesome. Added together makes the perfect, tense horror film that really is unmissable for any horror fans. Not for the faint hearted however, some viewers may find some of the scenes very disturbing!

  THE LUCKY ONES DIE FIRST!!!

| | See all PATCHES1989's reviews (518)

Absolutely brilliant horror, no its not the most groundbreaking horror remake but you aint gonna be short on entertainment value. The plot is somewhat stronger than the trashy origional and the gore which there is a lot of is absolutely fantastic. If you are fed up of all the rubbish japanese horror remakes then this is perfect. You cant get enough of stalking mutants who mutilate humans in caves. Enjoy

  The Hills Have Eyes (2006).

| | See all Weston89's reviews (8)

As I bought my ticket in the cinema to watch this, I thought to myself, this is going to be terrible, but, to my suprise, it wasn't at all bad, I still think the original is much better but for a re-make I was impressed, it managed to be a little different from the original without ruining it, making it an enjoyable watch for those who know the original well.

The scariest thing about watching this in the cinema was seeing the teenager in front of me who, after various genetic mutants took axes to the face or head, pumped his fist in some sort of kindred ritualistic triumph.

  The original is safer

| | See all Musbird's reviews (89)

This film is just so full of shocks. A few bits do push you a little far.
The film is the same as the original except this version has about an extra half hour added on scarier looking monsters and the shocks are even more disgusting.
Not for the faint hearted

  Decent

| | See all georgekeith's reviews (30)

This film as a whole is pretty good. It's very suspensing from the start as you put yourself in the position of the family that are the victims. It's pretty grusome and they clearly push laws of what can be shown to the limit as the film incorporates rape, etc. The cannibals are made very well and it has a good story line. 8/10, 4/5.