The Hills Have Eyes
Horror • R • 1977 • 1 hr 30 min
A good horror, and you actually feel invested and want the family to survive!
One of the OG creepy inbred family horror movies. Disturbing and violent. Unsettling and weird. A must watch classic in the genre.
A classic film that teeters the line between exploitation and Hollywood cinema. Simple and straightforward in plot but gleefully visceral.
Suspenseful, somewhat gory, and put together very well. Definitely not for animal lovers.
it became background noise but the parts i saw were okay.
Gritty, disturbing horror. Probably not PC but there is something so amusing about inbred hillbillies. The idea keeps on giving.
Wes Craven didn't disappoint. Good horror with the right amount of social commentary
I understand this is a beloved movie by many horror movie fans but it just wasn't for me.
The first part is a genius plot for a horror movie followed by a second half that is brutally embarrassing for everyone including the viewer
Not bad, but this is one of those rare cases that the remake is better.
Taking an ill-advised detour en route to California, the Carter family soon run into trouble when their RV breaks down in the middle of the desert. Stranded, they find themselves at the mercy of monstrous cannibals lurking in the surrounding hills.
A motocross team on their way to trial a new super-fuel head out across the desert lead by Rachel, who, unbeknownst to the rest of the group, is a survivor of the cannibal clan which menaced the Carter family several years before.