R | | Horror, Thriller
A group of bikers, heading to a race, become stranded in the desert and find themselves fighting off a family of inbred cannibals who live off the land.
Though it was released after A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 was shot before A Nightmare on Elm Street went into production. Writer-director Wes Craven has claimed that only about two thirds of the movie was shot before the studio halted production due to budget concerns. When A Nightmare on Elm Street became a box office success, the studio convinced Craven to finish Hills Have Eyes Part 2 using only the footage that had already been shot. Since there was not enough for a feature length film, footage from the first The Hills Have Eyes (1977) was edited in to pad out the running time. Wes Craven has since disowned the movie.
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(at around 53 mins) When Hulk gets shot off the bike with the crossbow the cable that pulls him from the bike is clearly visible.