Firstly let me admit that I saw Alexandre Aja 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes way before the original and was far from impressed by it. To me the tale of cannibal hicks pitted in a battle to the death with a family far from home seemed generic and unoriginal.
To celebrate the release of The Hills Have Eyes – on limited edition Blu-ray and DVD 3rd October – we are giving away a copy courtesy of Arrow Video!
The Hills Have Eyes is one of the late, great Wes Craven’s seminal masterpieces, as well as one of the enduring classics of American horror. A gruelling tale of rape, revenge and cannibalism, the film helped redefine what we think of as a horror movie and it’s presented here as never before in a stunning […]
Deadly Blessing was Wes Craven’s third film after the brutal back-to-back onslaught that was The Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes.
For those of you who are not from the Great British Isles, the term ‘inbred’ here in the United Kingdom is often used by city dwellers. They use it to unfairly refer to groups of country folk, living in the middle of nowhere far from cities, outsiders and, by the smell of them… soap.
With the recent release of My Soul to Take on DVD and the of course the return of Scream to our screens, we here at LoveHorror thought it was time to take you through our favorite frightening films from the wicked and warped Wes Craven.