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

Not Rated  |  Video  |   |  Documentary  |  23 September 2003 (USA)
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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... 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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S10 Reviews: Looking Back at the Hills Have Eyes (2003)
24 April 2005 | by (The Void) – See all my reviews

"Looking Back at the Hills Have Eyes" is a solid interview based retrospective look back at Wes Craven's "The Hills Have Eyes". Anchor Bay put it together as part of the Divimax Special Edition DVD package released in 2003. All those interviewed have fun antidotes and stories from the filming: from their working out in the middle of a scorching desert to the dangers of 6-foot rattlers. Their fond recollections are infectious and cause you to take a different look at the final product. Not as in-depth as I would like but Wes Craven is always interesting to see interviews. He's a smart guy with a passion for what he does. Many of his films confirm that.


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