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Release Date: February 1st, 2002

DVD Release Date: September 23rd, 2003

R|1 hr 23 min

Plot Summary
Wes Craven's cult classic about cannibalistic mountain folk on the trail of stranded vacationers in the arid Southwest.

Cast: Suze Lanier-Bramlett, Robert Houston, James Whitworth, Virginia Vincent, Russ Grieve, Dee Wallace, Martin Speer, Michael Berryman

Director: Wes Craven

Genres: Horror

Production Co: Blood Relations Co.

Distributors: Vestron Video, Anchor Bay Entertainment, Image Entertainment Inc.

Ratings & Reviews

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  • The major saving grace of The Hills Have Eyes is that it’s better acted than probably any other film from Craven’s early period. Because of his emotionally bare nature, Robert Houston’s achingly implosive terror is more complex than your average male lead in a horror film. show more

  • Important, but it echoes a better film - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. show more

  • Wes Craven’s blood-and-bone frightener about an all-American family at the mercy of cannibal mutants is a satisfying piece of pulp. show more

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