The Hills Have Eyes

The Hills Have Eyes

Based on Wes Craven's 1977 suspenseful cult classic, The Hills Have Eyes is the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry when the travelers become stranded in a government atomic zone. Miles from nowhere, the Carter family soon realizes the seemingly uninhabited wasteland is actually the breeding ground of a blood-thirsty mutant family...and they are the prey.

This film tells about a family living in suburban American. Their life is not comfortable because they are being stalked by a group of psychotic people who live in the desert, far away from civilization. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Hills Have Eyes torrent reviews

Jei P (ru) wrote: you really don't know what you've got till it's gone

Nalindra F (fr) wrote: Backed by good narrative Ek Tha Tiger is a return to form for Salman Khan ever since his last epic action movie Dabaang.

Lee M (us) wrote: Relaxed performances and pillow-soft photography compensate somewhat for the story's narrow ambitions, but they're not enough to invigorate a movie that clearly would rather charm than challenge.

Ashley L (ag) wrote: Puncture is a very nicely and intensely personal legal drama, the kind that we very rarely get to see anymore mostly because small to mid-level features just don't get financing these days. I enjoyed the story very much and found myself moved by it, even if it wasn't as moving and fulfilling as I would have liked.

Rawballs B (nl) wrote: Enough as a pic to entertain you for a while... The dogs are fun and enjoyable...

Samra M (kr) wrote: surprizingly nice off-beat movie about 21st century relationships ... and where you realize Mallika can actually carry a role !

Kim S (gb) wrote: It always amazes me that you read a description, put a film in the DVD player, sit back thinking you'll see one thing and get something completely different from it. Thank you Helen Hunt for always entertaining me with your thorough thoughtfulness. You are truly an unsung hero.

Louise H (us) wrote: this movie stars our friend Cid's horse Noche...

Steve C (ca) wrote: great film, very close to scientology, shame the scientologists have to sue everyone, well acted, well scripted and almost 2 hours of a great film.

Ken D (it) wrote: A very poor movie from a decent sequel. This movie fails so badly where the first one succeeded. Bad acting with very bad dialogue. This had a couple of nice eye candy scenes, but that was all. Pretty much a total waste.

Jennifer J (de) wrote: This movie looks good

Mark A (gb) wrote: Better and more focused a film than My Left Foot, In the Name of the Father benefits from Jim Sheridan's tight direction and a typically fantastic performance from Daniel Day-Lewis

Eric J (jp) wrote: I'm not sure what the big deal was about this film. Eric Roberts liked to drove me nuts as this hyper-nervous small time hood who always seems to be stepping in a cowpie. Darryl Hannah did fine as she always does. Mickey Rourke is consistent. Might just be my personal distaste of him getting in the way. Anyway it was low budget and all over the place, I can think of better ways to spend two hours

Walter M (nl) wrote: "Burning Man" starts with Tom(Matthew Goode), a cook, failing to be able to masturbate to orgasm in front of Lesley(Kate Beahan). His day only gets worse when he is involved on the wrong end of a car accident which actually looks it might be serious enough to cook him in his own juices, especially considering he had been shopping for groceries just beforehand. That gives him a lot of time to think back on the birthday party for his eight year old son Oscar(Jack Heanly) and how it all went wrong. "Burning Man" is a challenging and engaging stream of consciousness movie. Unlike say "Je T'Aime, Je T'Aime," which gets hung up on a wonky time travel plot, "Burning Man" has no such distractions. It is only concerned with the relationships between characters which while possibly confusing at first, eventually become clear, along with Tom's motivations and fixations, on the way to finding the tragedy at the heart of his life. Abd underlining that is Matthew Goode who shows that he can play volatile characters just as well as the restrained characters he usually plays.

Bloodmarsh K (es) wrote: It follows just about every rule in the book - they just didn't succeed at finding likable actors or writing likable characters.