The Hills Have Eyes

The Hills Have Eyes

DVD - 2006
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A family gets stranded in the remote southwestern desert where they are hunted by cannibals.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, c2006.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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Was this 2006 remake, in reality, supposed to be some sort of a "God-Works-In-Mysterious-Ways" movie for New-Age, religious zealots?

The reason why I ask this question was because whoever wrote the script made a firm point (before all hell broke lose in the story) of letting the viewer know full-well that the entire Carter family (the victims) were, in fact, Christians who actually prayed together as a religious unit.

And, if this really was such a movie as I stated above, then it was yet another truly pathetic statement about Christianity as a whole, where (even after their prayers) "god" actually allowed his faithful followers (the Carters) to endure all of this horrific violence, bloodshed and murder.

I mean, was this hideous ordeal (in a screwed-up sort of way) supposed to somehow renew the faith of the Carters (at least the ones who remained alive) just because the baby was spared?

Anyway - This "Wrong Turn/Texas Chainsaw" copycat, horror flick was, as I expected, even worse than the 1977 original (which is hard to believe that anything could be worse than the likes of what Wes Craven directed).

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gorykilla
Jan 26, 2014

this was very violent and gory, loved it!

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gorykilla
Jan 26, 2014

gorykilla thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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