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The Hills Have Eyes (10-Mar-2006)

Director: Alexandre Aja

Writers: Alexandre Aja; Grégory Levasseur

Keywords: Horror

Remake of the 1977 film of the same name follows a suburban family terrorized by a number of reclusive psychopaths.

ABSTRACT
Remake of The Hills Have Eyes (1977). Ethel Carter, husband Bob, and children Brenda, Bobby, and Lynn (plus Lynn's husband and baby) are an archetypal suburban family on a road trip through the American Southwest, forced by unfortunate circumstance to take a detour along their way leading them into a dilapidated area once exploited by the federal government for the purposes of nuclear testing. The Carter family's car, predictably, breaks down in this dangerous zone, leaving them susceptible to terror wrought by reclusive mutant inhabitants of the radiation-impacted area isolated from the rest of civilization.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bower
Actor
1938   Dr. Curtis Willard on The Waltons
Dan Byrd
Actor
20-Nov-1985   Travis Cobb on Cougar Town
Billy Drago
Actor
18-Sep-1949   The Untouchables
Robert Joy
Actor
17-Aug-1951   Dr. Sid Hammerback on CSI: NY
Ted Levine
Actor
29-May-1958   Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs
Kathleen Quinlan
Actor
19-Nov-1954   I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
Emilie de Ravin
Actor
27-Dec-1981   Claire on Lost
Vinessa Shaw
Actor
19-Jul-1976   Hocus Pocus
Aaron Stanford
Actor
27-Dec-1976   Pyro in X-Men

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