The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)

R   |    |  Action, Horror, Thriller

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A group of National Guard trainees find themselves battling against a vicious group of mutants on their last day of training in the desert.

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  • Derek Mears in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)
  • Daniella Alonso and Derek Mears in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)
  • Daniella Alonso and Jessica Stroup in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)
  • Martin Weisz in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)
  • Jacob Vargas and Lee Thompson Young in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)
  • Wes Craven and Jonathan Craven in The Hills Have Eyes II (2007)

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23 March 2007 | Fedaykin_Sadako
| Well-written, very poorly made...
As one can see if they look at the writing credits, the script for this movie was written by Wes Craven and his son Jonathan. I was excited to see what the Son of the Professor of Horror could bring to the festivites.

The script was the best thing in the movie by far. It was a little rough, though...needed a bit of polish. A little more time in the writing stage, methinks. The story, on the whole, was well told and was only slightly predictable as far as who would die next/how exactly or when the next jump scare would be. The ending was satisfying...though I could certainly do without nearly every horror film released within the past few years having some pseudo-tough rock song during the end credits.

The script that the Mssrs. Craven gave to the film is what earned the score of five out of ten...but the script is not the only component to a movie.

The direction was lackluster, the score was like something rejected from a Nightmare on Elm Street of the REALLY bad ones (like part five, two's score was much better than the movie deserved), the CGI was the worst I've seen in years, and the nail in the coffin (if you will)...this movie is one of the worst make-up jobs I have ever seen come out of KNB. Even some of the foley work was bad... The film felt rushed.

Why is that? Why were they so pressured as to say okay to a few poorly mixed foley tracks, for God's sakes? Why couldn't they film Flex Alexander and Daniella Alonso's close-ups out in the desert instead of in front of a green screen? Why would KNB, one of the greatest make-up effects houses out there, put out inferiour product? I fear that it's Fox Atomic's fault for intentionally forcing this movie out of the gates just to make the one-year mark and take in as much money as possible. Some productions can do that well, such as Saw...some cannot, such as this. The production suffered heavily because of Fox's greed. Hopefully, the box office take will suffer just as much.

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