The Hills Have Eyes Reviews

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September 30, 2020
In essence, this is a cruel odyssey prizing the survival of the fittest, both family units operating by their own socially dictated codes, reduced to brutality and savagery for survival.
February 12, 2020
A pretty weak script and a totally tasteless realization. [Full Review in Spanish]
December 7, 2018
There are still iconic and unforgettable elements to The Hills Have Eyes which allow it to stand the test of time and hold up among horror master Wes Craven's wide body of work
August 28, 2018
It's a different kind of entertainment, one that thrives in the dark.
April 8, 2011
One of the prime examples of the what was so fascinating about American horror films in the 1970s.
December 15, 2010
Beware! 70s horror film is ultra violent.
July 22, 2008
A satisfying piece of pulp.
March 13, 2006
March 9, 2006
As disgusting as the movie is, the ride is never dull, but there's no need to take on the film to begin with unless there's something a little off inside your head.
February 9, 2006
A heady mix of ironic allegory and seat-edge tension.
June 26, 2005
March 7, 2004
Craven paints an interesting and uniquely bloody study of how 'normal' people will descend to the lowest depths in order to save themselves, but you'll have to suffer through a lot of tedium to get there.
November 4, 2003
Even a dog has his day, and among the few tolerable features helmed by Craven is this early cult item.
October 1, 2003
As a mirror to the low-fi, sci-fi hero journey of Star Wars, however, The Hills Have Eyes is the far less damaging to its respective genre.
September 10, 2003
Craven's latent sick streak gets a major workout here, and the rudest shocks seem to center around the "good" family's parental figures.
August 1, 2003
...a sporadically effective Texas Chain Saw Massacre rip-off.
March 10, 2003
Inventive story ideas and humorous touches give this horror picture an enduring relevancy and stylistic flourish.
February 5, 2003
November 16, 2002
October 4, 2002
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