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The Hills Have Eyes II

The Hills Have Eyes II

Martin Weisz (2007)

18 Certificate
Monday 2:15am - 4am Sky Cinema Sci-fi/Horror


Our Score
Both Wes Craven's 1977 original and its 2006 remake were outstanding horror movies, but while the frightening viciousness on display here is never less than compelling, Martin Weisz's sequel lacks the suspense of its predecessors. A group of rookie soldiers mounts a search and rescue mission for some missing atomic scientists in the mountainous New Mexico desert. Little do they know that mutant cannibals lurk in them there hills, their master plan to kill the men and keep the women as breeders to ensure survival. Series creator Craven and his son Jonathan share the screenplay credits, but their intended Iraq War allegory is hampered by macho posturing and cartoonish dialogue. However, while some might find the unremitting gore tasteless, the raw effectiveness of this brutal Southern Comfort retread is undeniable.


National Guard recruits on a training mission in the desert respond to a distress call from an isolated research camp. Finding the outpost abandoned, the soldiers investigate the fate of the scientists who were working there - only to stumble into the clutches of a band of mutant cannibals. Sequel to the remake of the cult horror movie, starring Michael McMillian and Jessica Stroup.

Cast & Crew

PFC "Napoleon" Napoli Michael McMillian
PFC Amber Johnson Jessica Stroup
PFC "Crank" Jacob Vargas
Sergeant Jeffrey "Sarge" Millstone Flex Alexander
PFC Delmar Lee Thompson Young
PFC Missy Daniella Alonso
PFC Mickey Reshad Strik
PFC Stump Ben Crowley
Hades Michael Bailey Smith
Chameleon Derek Mears
Hansel David Reynolds
Director Martin Weisz
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: 20th Century Fox Guidance: Violence. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 30 Mar 2007


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