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  1. Philippe Lajède's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

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  3. Dada Kubin's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    The middle class trip to the dark side of America. The happy family is headed to the California dreamland, but ends up in the dirty backyard of the military, somewhere in the desert. Craven’s second film is fierce and full of rage. It’s not really scary - the unnecessary jump scares are its weakest moments - as it is intimidating and grotesque, filled with the amorphous fears of the middle class.

  4. Alvise Narduzzi's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    Un film molto sottovalutato, che tratta un soggetto interessante in modo tutto sommato discreto, nonostante le scene più spaventose siano paradossalmente quelle in cui i mostri non compaiono.

  5. Ethan's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    This is one of Wes Craven's best films. This movie is full of craziness and hilarity and it's pure gold. The remake isn't bad but it failed to capture that certain quality this film had.

  6. Arf's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    stranamente preferisco il remake

  7. RoRoRoro's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

  8. Rocco's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    In my opinion, this is the least innovative and interesting of Craven's early works. Always a pleasure to watch Dee Wallace, though!

  9. Siaudebert's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

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  11. Adrian J.'s rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

  12. Ricky Robertson Jr.'s rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    I always thought of Wes Craven as the light and fun master of horror, so I was surprised to find that this is one of the most brutal, no holds-barred horror movies of the 70's. What really sets it apart is the horror relating to the loss of family. It really gets to you seeing these characters agonize over the loss of their loved ones in unexpected and unimaginable ways for almost the entire running time.

  13. Matt Rolls's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    Not quite satire, only somewhere between schlock and suspense horror, but an important film in its own way.

  14. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    Craven intenta repetir el plato de su ópera prima "La última casa a la izquierda"; esa morbosidad de ver a los verdugos siendo aleccionados por las víctimas. Muy a pesar su trama no tiene el peso verosimil que su anterior película. ¿Engendros o simplemente incomunicados? Definitivamente los perros no van. Igual se aprecia el valor de Craven de exponer a una familia a una cacería sangrienta.

  15. Rattzz Matanzano's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    A rip-off of Chainsaw Massacre! Though it has some good moments, it's kind've a fucking mess, if that's your thing.

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  17. João R's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    Messy all over place; even providing some tension with the close ups.

  18. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    This movie works really well when none of the "monsters" are actually on camera.

  19. Marcus Killerby's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    First to comment which surprises me... Wes Craven back when he had a pair... Good, but not great movie

  20. Matthew_Lucas's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    By the time he got to THE HILLS HAVE EYES, Wes Craven was clearly more confident behind the camera. Much more tonally consistent and more adept at building tension, this gritty horror film about a family stranded in the desert at the mercy of bloodthirsty in bred cannibals is a classic of 70s horror.

  21. Edna Sweetlove's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

    I have seen scarier things in my panties.

  22. ‏ㅤ's rating of the film The Hills Have Eyes

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