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Looking Back at 'The Hills Have Eyes' (2003)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 23 September 2003
This laid-back interview-laden documentary about the film Hills Have Eyes, The (1977) details the entire production of the movie. All of the financing and weather problems are explained, as... See full summary »

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This laid-back interview-laden documentary about the film Hills Have Eyes, The (1977) details the entire production of the movie. All of the financing and weather problems are explained, as well as many other difficulties on set. The interviewees also talk about their starts in the film industry, which took place in and around when the film was made. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc DVD for _Hills Have Eyes, The (1997)_, released in 2003. See more »

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Forget about the mediocre sequels and remakes, stick with the original film, and then skip ahead to this documentary.
9 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amusing doc about the making of Wes Craven's 1977 horror, The Hills Have Eyes, with newly filmed interviews with the original cast and crew. Stories of how the production first began, casting, and filming some of the more dangerous scenes are connected by the scenes themselves. We also get behind the scenes photographs, and toward the end, we are taken back to the filming locations in the then-present day ( 2003 )

I wish they would have talked more about the footage which had to be cut from the film to avoid an X-rating, or better yet, shown it.


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