“I sometimes feel like a wuss when it comes to rape in horror films (or films in general). I can handle decapitations, hangings, people getting sliced, eyeballs getting stabbed, etc. but when it comes to rape or mutilation to female genitals, I just can’t handle it. This - as a result - has prevented me from seeing a bunch of horror flicks I really want to see (ex. The Hills Have Eyes).”
“Lizard from The Hills Have Eyes is very sexy. I sometimes feel ashamed and bad about finding him attractive considering the horrible things he does which I don’t agree with. I’ve never been that afraid of the Hills people though because I was born with genetic mutation myself. I have a large port wine stain birthmark on my face like Pluto so I do feel like it’s at least a bit less likely that they’d kill me. One of my cousins was born with a cleft palette like Lizard.”
“No matter how many times I see the classic The Hills Have Eyes, I cannot see the family in the hills as evil. They kill out of necessity, and seem to be a very close family (even if Jupiter’s a real hard ass). If they had a stable food source, they never would have been a threat, and they shouldn’t have been killed off.”
I am absolutely in love with Lizard from the 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes. I always day dream about going to the hills and being with him. He’s absolutely perfect in my eyes”
“The Hills Have Eyes is one of my favorite of Wes Craven’s early carer. Seeing it be remade killed me inside.”
"The rape scenes totally ruined The Hills Have Eyes remakes for me."
“If Michael Berryman was in Alexandre Aja’s remake of The Hills Have Eyes too, then Craven’s original would be entirely obsolete and worthless. Berryman is literally THE only advantage Craven’s has over the remake.”
“michael berryman is cute. not like attractive cute but “aw, i want to hug you!” cute”
“I cried during the Hills Have Eyes. Not because it was scary, but because they took the baby and killed her mom.”
“The music in “The Hills Have Eyes” was some of the most suspenseful music I have ever heard in a horror movie. I never want to hear it again.”
“I love both the original and the remake of The Hills Have Eyes. But their sequels suck!”
“I saw the second half of The Hills Have Eyes remake on TV when I was like nine or ten and it disturbed me to no end.”
"The Hills Have Eyes remake made me appreciate the original. It was over-the-top and so dramatic. With the original, less was definitely more."