backtrack; The hills have eyes (1977)

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Feeling more early than late seventies, Wes Craven’s cult cheapie has a crude power that in some ways surpasses the rather dubious franchise it started.

A primitive but memorable look at the consequences of extreme circumstances. Maybe in my book of family, civilization, and survival.

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2 Responses to backtrack; The hills have eyes (1977)

  1. SJHoneywell says:

    I like it for the gonzo filmmaking it is. I also like it because of Michael Berryman.

  2. the family theme is seriously interesting, the treatment happily discards most of the seriousness 😉

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