The Hills Have Eyes Genre: R Reason for Rating: Strong violent gore and language throughout Runtime: Taking dubious advice from a gas attendant lands them in the middle of nowhere with two flat tires and a bent axle. Now begins the bizarre visits from a family of irradiated ex-miners, turned cannibals. I have to start with the answers any true cult follower would want to know; is it gory — enough?
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The alternative title was The Hills Have Eyes 2: The Hills Still Have Eyes. Writer Wes Craven's initial inspiration for the film came during a casual conversation with producer Peter Locke. Craven envisioned that the previous film's character, Brenda Emilie de Ravin , traumatized by her suffering during the events of The Hills Have Eyes , joins the National Guard to overcome her fears.