A group on their way to a rave become involved in a string of events that leaves them stranded in a desert. What follows is a nights of terror as they are set upon by a gang of drug crazed cannibals


Steve Taylor (as S. Lee Taylor)


Steve Grabowsky, Steve Taylor (as S. Lee Taylor)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ashley Reed ... Tara (as Ashley Elizabeth)
Aaron Buer Aaron Buer ... Loopz / Lawrence
Brent Taylor ... Neil
Danna Brady Danna Brady ... Harmony
Kelsey Wedeen Kelsey Wedeen ... Cashie
Jessica Osfar Jessica Osfar ... Michele
Ryan De'Rouen Ryan De'Rouen ... Lee (as Ryan De Rouen)
T.C. Davidson T.C. Davidson ... King Freak (as Curtis Davidson)
Micky Levy ... Queen Freak
Anthony Connell Anthony Connell ... Petey
Tiffany Shepis ... Tiffany
Renee Intlekofer ... Angela (as Renee Madison Cole)
Gabrielle Kraszewski Gabrielle Kraszewski ... Little Girl
Jeffrey Barnett Jeffrey Barnett ... Pseudo Michele / Scared Freak / Raver
Steve Grabowsky Steve Grabowsky ... Pseudo Neil


While returning to Los Angeles in a trailer through the desert, the driver Neil convinces his friends Tara, Harmony, Loopz, Michelle, Lee and Cashie to take a detour to an isolated mine where it could have a plantation of peyote. The owner of a gas station advises the group to not go to the place, but the stubborn Neil does not pay attention to his words. While driving in a secondary road, Neil sees a girl and wrecks the car in a rock. He decides to walk back to the gas station to call a tow truck, while Michelle and Lee climb a hill trying to get signal to their cell phones. Sooner the teenagers find that they are under siege of a group of sadistic deformed cannibals and they have to fight to survive. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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One Wrong Turn and You're Fresh Meat!

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong horror violence/gore, language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


This was actually completed in February 2002, but was not released until nearly two years later, in December 2003. See more »


The blood on Neil's face after the camper drives off the road. See more »


Cashie: [spanks Loopz] That's my little bitch!
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Crazy Credits

Thanks to Maggie the Bitch See more »

Alternate Versions

SPOILER: On the DVD there is a slightly different intro to the movie: it adds in one brief shot of the killer walking toward the first girl, then later disemboweling the second girl on stakes. The disemboweling was edited out of the movie for some reason. See more »


References The Real World (1992) See more »

User Reviews

Good cinematography in a vacuum
18 February 2005 | by pumayeSee all my reviews

This update of the classical Craven's movie The Hills have eyes emerges from the mass of the direct to video slasher road movies of the last few years for a very good use of colors in its cinematography. This is the only redeeming feature for a movie with a young cast that could be used with more reasons in a Playboy soft core movie (and one of the actress has indeed been in a Palyboy video), it is totally boring as a real horror movie, with ridiculous special effects (with running blood that is really colored water), almost no new ideas in the use of the killers or in the killings their-selves and an hysterical cast. Anyway, it could be enjoyed by the fans of the genre because the production values are really very high for such a blame.

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Release Date:

2 December 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hell's Highway See more »

Filming Locations:

Rosamond, California, USA

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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