The Hills Have Eyes 2 (Unrated Edition)

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National Guard soldiers stop at a New Mexican station just to discover the isolated camp inexplicably deserted. Little do they know that these are the very hills that the ill-fated Carter household once checked out, and that a tribe of cannibalistic mutants lies in wait.For die-hard scary fans, The Hills Have Eyes 2 is a knock-off remake/sequel that provides a couple of queasy thrills. While it represents a minor improvement over the 1985 follow up to Wes Craven's 1977 original( you know, the one with the well-known"canine flashback"), it's yet another cookie-cutter workout in death by stupidity, focusing its Aliens-in-the-desert plot on a scrappy, ill-tempered system of National Guard soldiers who've been sent to examine the very first remake's hellish consequences in the bomb-tested wastelands of Nevada.(Like its far-superior 2006 predecessor, this follow up was shot on place in Morocco. )These bickering employees are an embarrassment to their inauthentic-looking uniforms, and their reckless inexperience(not to mention a worn out, uncreative screenplay by Craven and his kid Jonathan )makes them easy targets for the ravenous, irradiated mutants who stay within a treacherous network of tunnels and caves. As the generically good-looking cast is lowered to a couple of intimidated survivors (which somehow doesn't stop costars Jessica Stroup and Daniella Alonso from resembling fashion designs), music-video director Martin Weisz switches to auto-pilot in his suspicious function launching, dishing out a basically plotless succession of grisly makeup FX by Howard Berger and his fracture team of gore-mongers. The gross-out element is adequately amusing(including one soldier pulled through a hole with one leg in the completely wrong instructions), but even devoted scary connoisseurs will need to confess this is very lame stuff.-- Jeff Shannon Beyond The Hills Have Eyes 2 All Hills Have Eyes Motion pictures The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning Wes Craven: The Art of Horror Stills from The Hills Have Eyes

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