What song plays at the beginning of The Hills Have Eyes?
|1||Leave the Broken Hearts||03:31|
|2||Blue Eyes Woman John Krautner||03:04|
|3||Highway Kind Moot Davis||03:12|
|4||Summers Gonna Be My Girl John Krautner||03:45|
When was the first Hills Have Eyes?
The Hills Have Eyes is a 1977 American horror film written, directed, and edited by Wes Craven and starring Susan Lanier, Michael Berryman and Dee Wallace. The film follows the Carters, a suburban family targeted by a family of cannibal savages after becoming stranded in the Nevada desert.
What is the story behind The Hills Have Eyes?
IT WAS BASED ON A TRUE STORY. According to writer/director Wes Craven, The Hills Have Eyes was inspired by the story of Sawney Bean, the head of a wild Scottish clan who murdered and cannibalized numerous people during the Middle Ages.
Where was The Hills Have Eyes made?
It was almost time to go home. “The Hills Have Eyes” — An article in Sunday’s Calendar section about the Morocco location shooting of a remake of the movie “The Hills Have Eyes” said the 1977 original was filmed in New Mexico. It was shot in the Mojave Desert in California.
Who produced The Hills Have Eyes?
The Hills Have Eyes/Producers
Who is the girl at the beginning of The Hills Have Eyes 2?
She is played by Australian actress Emilie de Ravin. In The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning, Brenda, after splitting up with Doug and Baby Catherine, were found by the police, narrowly escaping two mutants who were tracking them.
Did Rob Zombie do The Hills Have Eyes?
According to the site, Zombie penned the screenplay for The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning, which is based on Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s graphic novel that tells the origin story of how the cannibalistic mutants became what they are, and who they were before the accident.