After having announced himself to the horror hordes with The Last House on the Left, Craven's next horror pick would be this, The Hills Have Eyes, another slab of grit and grime.
A nuclear family head across the desert in their giant trailer only to break down and find there's beasties in the hills hungry for their blood.
It has become very much a popular cult pic with Craven fans, which is understandable given the brisk pacing, moments of intensity and suspense, while the allegories and messages are smartly inserted. But the low budget d... read the rest.
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