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The Hills have Eyes
#21
Mr. Briggs Inc. Wrote:When I said doc I actually meant "doc," as in documentary, I didn't mind the dog being the hero... though I do think the humans could have done more >.> . And I find a lot of sequels to be worthy followups! I haven't seen Hills 2 (remake) but I think there are plenty of sequels that do do well! ...it's the very, very unpopular opinion, but I actually liked the original Hills Have Eyes 2 x.X .

I hear ya. I hate it when the protagonist just bend over & die. Who wants to watch that?? But I didn't have an issue with that in this movie. I think the fight was very balanced & for good reason. The family is on the mutants turf. So of course they're gonna have their asses handed to em. It ramps up the action, intensity, & it kept me entrigued. How the hell is this family gonna survive? The dog attacking was the turning point for this family where I actualy felt like they might have a chance of surviving lol Then the liberal anti gun & violence son in law just goes bazerk on the mutant family. Fuckin A! So much for being aganst guns, eh? Haha This character does a 180 and he is takin numbers. Meanwhile, little brother rigs this beautiful gas bomb in the trailer. Yeah so....I think the humans did theirshare of defense.
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#22
I prefer the remake over the original.
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#23
True dat blue. Its a hell of a remake. French people know how to make some intense, wicked horror!
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#24
i really enjoyed this horror flick i didn't think it would be as good as i thought it was after i had watched it bear in mind though i still prefer and love the original.....easily 7/10 for the remake but like i noticed it being mentioned earlier in this thread michael berryman should have had some role great or small in this
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#25
LOVE these films,originals and remakes,films very close to my heart,hot women being raped by grotesque monster men. whats not to like
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#26
This remake easily blows away the original. This film's sequel, however, just as bad as the original part 2.
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#27
I'm not a huge fan of remakes for the most part, but I'd have to say that this flick is an exception for me.
I remember the original from way back and it doesn't measure up with the remake at all - other than for maybe the nostalgia.
The remake was gritty and raw. Exactly what a flick like this should be.
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#28
Usually remakes dont do it for me, But this one is way better than the original.:pirate:
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#29
This is one of few remakes out there that approves on the original, making it a much superior film. to this day, i still dont know what was going through Cravens head when he wrote the sequel.
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