Hills Have Eyes, The (2006)  » Movies  »
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  • The story behind the Hills Have Eyes is very interesting
  • It isn't the scariest of movies, but it definitely makes your heart race
  • I would recommend this to anyone who likes not only scary movies, but gore and other intense scenes

    • by Justin Woodward
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      The Hills Have Eyes takes place in the middle of the desert in the Western United States. It stars Aaron Stanford and is a very exciting film.

      The story behind the Hills Have Eyes is very interesting. Back when nuclear bombs were being tested in the deserts of the United States, many people lived there, not willing to evacuate as they were told. This caused severe mutations in many of the inhabitants. They still lived there and reproduced by


      raping/stealing babies to keep their numbers up.

      The Carter family is on a trip out west when they stop at a gas station. The attendant there tells them the fastest way to get to where they are going. So they fill up on gas, and hit the road, taking the mans shortcut. But when they arrive at the side road, a weird creature (not seen by the family) sets spikes on the road and pops the tires of their ...


      • RV. The family is sent spiraling out of control, crashing. Everyone is okay, but it begins to unravel an inner story.

        I really liked this movie, and it was very close to an 8. The background story given at the beginning of the movie really attracts your attention as a viewer. It isn’t the scariest of movies, but it definitely makes your heart race. These mutated humans are very sneaky, and blend in with their environment. I thought that

        was a great concept. I also like the attacks that they carry out. It is very organized and further explains why they are attacking “normal” humans in the first place.

        Overall, I’d say a 7/10, not worthy of an 8 because it was missing some key details that could have made it a better film. I would recommend this to anyone who likes not only scary movies, but gore and other intense scenes. It is definitely worth the purchase.




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