Film Review The Hills Have Eyes 1977 Review 2. via horrornews.net.
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.
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.
Wes Craven. In Theaters: Jul 22, 1977 wide. On DVD
A review of Wes Craven's cult horror classic The Hills Have Eyes (1977) on BasementRejects.com.
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.
The Hills Have Eyes (1977). © Vanguard The Movie Story: A family driving through the southwestern desert in an RV takes a short cut that leads them to run headlong into a family of violent cannibals who live in caves in the hills.
The Hills Have Eyes (1977). Since I recently wrote about how awesome the remake is, I figured it would only be right to give the original its due. When I was very young, I liked it, but I did not quite understand the sheer campy genius of it.
Check out the trailer for the 1977 horror film 'The Hills Have Eyes'.