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    • moviepilot.com. 1977's The Hills Have Eyes was one of the more prominent. Released in the prime of Horror's Last Great Age by Wes Craven (seriously, check out how many classic horrors were released between 1975 and 1982, I'll wait) it's also famous for.

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  2. THE HILLS HAVE EYES. 1977. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. | moviepilot.com

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    • BySandra Harris, writer at Creators.co. The hills have eyes. 1977. written and directed by wes craven.

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  3. The Hills Have Eyes (1977) - Original Trailer | moviepilot.com

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    • 'The Hills Have Eyes' [Credit: Blood Relations Co.] In 1977, horror maestro Wes Craven introduced us to Papa Jupiter and his cannibalistic family that trapped, murdered and consumed anyone that dare cross their path.

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  4. THE HILLS HAVE EYES. 2006. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. | moviepilot.com

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    • I thought I was such a big brave girl, watching the original version of THE HILLS HAVE EYES from 1977 and being relatively able to handle the violence and gore levels contained therein.

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  5. The Hills Have Eyes (1977 film) - Wikipedia

    The Hills Have Eyes is a 1977 American exploitation-horror film written, directed, and edited by Wes Craven and starring Susan Lanier, Michael Berryman and Dee Wallace. It is about a family that is targeted by a family of savages after being stranded in the Nevada desert.

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  6. The Hills Have Eyes (1977) | Horror Film Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    The Hills Have Eyes is a 1977 American exploitation-horror film directed by Wes Craven and starring Susan Lanier, Michael Berryman and Dee Wallace. It is about a family on a road trip stranded in the Nevada desert who become hunted by a clan of deformed cannibals in the surrounding hills.

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  7. The Hills Have Eyes (1977) Review: Yell! Magazine’s Greatest Films Series | Yell! Magazine

    • However, despite his apprehension in creating another film in the genre-that’s-getting-repetitive-to-type, in 1977, he wrote and directed The Hills Have Eyes, a film that would not only surpass Last House, but would be the first of three franchises that Craven would start.

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  8. A review of Wes Craven's cult horror classic The Hills Have Eyes (1977) on BasementRejects.com.

    • Movie Name: The Hills Have Eyes. Studio: Vanguard. Genre(s): Horror/B-Movie. Release Date(s): July 22, 1977. MPAA Rating: R.
    • Directed by Wes Craven, The Hills Have Eyes was his first big film after his violent 1972 Last House on the Left.

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  9. Friday Movie: The Hills Have Eyes (1977) – Ghost Theory

    • The Wes Craven film “The Hills Have Eyes” (1977) was inspired by the legend of the “Bean(e) clan”.
    • I read about the legend some years ago, but never really made the connection to Wes Craven’s “The Hills Have Eyes” and the modern remake of that movie.

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  10. The Hills Have Eyes (1977) - Rotten Tomatoes

    • In Theaters: Jul 22, 1977 wide. On Disc/Streaming
    • 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.

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