The Hills Have Eyes 2 (Uncut)

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The Hills Have Eyes 2 (Uncut)
The Hills Have Eyes 2 (Uncut)
  • NR
  • 1h 30m
  • 2007
Rotten12%
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What started with the Carter family, clearly didn’t end with the Carter family. The Yuma Flats Training and Testing Facility in New Mexico is sixteen hundred square miles of forbidding desert and mountains used by the U.S. military to test everything from weapons to men. It’s there that National Guard soldiers barely halfway through their basic training, are given a routine mission that will change their lives forever. After spotting what seems to be a distress signal flashing from the mountain that looms above them, their sergeant decides to take them all on a search and rescue mission. Now, the National Gaurd soldiers must face a fierce battle against the cannibalistic mutants that hide in the deserted hills of New Mexico.
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Critics Consensus: The Hills Have Eyes 2 is a completely unoriginal sequel offers plenty of gore and clichés, but few scares.
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Common Sense Says
Gory sequel pits mutants against the military.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this mutant-centric horror sequel definitely isn't for kids. The violence is gruesome and sustained, the language is unremitting ("f--k," in all its variations, is a constant), and an ugly rape scene ensures one woman's blind desire for revenge on an especially long-tongued, white-goo-spitting mutant. Weapons include knives, guns, and assorted body-piercing implements (spears, bayonet, poles). The very first scene is a bloody, screaming, gross-out birth (leading to the bare-breasted mother's immediate murder). An early mock battle scene is very fast-paced, aggressively edited, and loud. All assaults by mutants are bloody, gross, and horrible.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Horror
  • Release Date:March 23, 2007
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English, Spanish
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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