"The Hills Have" ... a Nifty New Poster

by | December 16, 2005 | Comments

OK, so it’s only a little piece of news about a simple little poster, but for some reason I’m feeling pretty psyched about the upcoming remake of "The Hills Have Eyes," hence my geekery regarding the brand-new one-sheet posted over at the Fangoria website.

Remake of the (rather brilliant, IMO) horror flick from Wes Craven, the new "Hills" is being directed by the crazy Frenchman behind the wonderfully nasty "High Tension." The flick’s about a family of average Joe & Jane suburbanites who find themselves hopelessly lost in the desert … and wind up on the receiving end of some truly horrific antics once a family of mutated inbreds converge upon their broken-down camper.

Starring in the "hard-R" horror story are Kathleen Quinlan, Ted Levine, Aaron Stanford, Vinessa Shaw, and Emilie de Ravin, aka "the amazingly gorgeous Aussie babe from "Lost."

Check out Eyes on the Hills for movie updates. "The Hills Have Eyes" hits theaters, courtesy of Fox Searchlight, on March 10th.

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