The hills have eyes
|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
|Availability:||Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 4 copies|
SummaryThe Carters are an idyllic American family travelling through the great American southwest. But their trip takes a detour into an area closed off from the public, but more importantly from society. An area originally used by the U.S. Government for nuclear testing that was intended to remain empty. When the Carter's car breaks down at the old site, they find themselves stranded. As the Carters may soon realize that what seemed like a car casually breaking down, might actually be a trap. This trap might be perpetrated by the inhabitants of the site who aren't pulling a prank, but are out to set up a gruesome massacre.
Radioactive waste sites
Automobiles -- Maintenance and repair -- Drama.
Cannibalism -- Southwestern States -- Drama.
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
|Publisher|| Beverly Hills, CA :20th Century Fox Home Entertainment,2006
|Edition||Unrated version ; Widescreen ed.|
|Other Titles|| Hills have eyes: unrated; the version to die for
Quinlan, Kathleen, 1954-
Shaw, Vinessa, 1976-
De Ravin, Emilie, 1981-
Tomandandy (Musical group)
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
Aaron Stanford, Kathleen Quinlan, Vinessa Shaw, Emilie de Ravin, Ted Levin, Dan Byrd.
Director of photography, Maxime Alexandre ; editor, Baxter ; music, Tomandandy ; costume designer, Danny Glicker ; production designer, Joseph C. Nemec III ; visual effects supervisor, Jamison Scott Goei ; special effects supervisor, Franco Ragusa.
Unrated version; Theatrical version had rating: R; for strong gruesome violence and terror throughout, and for language.
English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish dialogue.
Title from container.
Based on the 1977 screenplay by Wes Craven.
Special features: Commentary by director Alexandre Aja, Gregory Levassuer and Marianne Maddalena; Fox Movie Channel: casting session; music video; "Behind enemy lines 2" trailer.
DVD, region 1, widescreen (2.35:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
1 videodisc (approximately 111 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.