Graveyard Shift

THE HILLS HAVE EYES Presented by Fangoria

Director Wes Craven
Year 1977
Starring John Steadman, Janus Blythe, Suze Lanier-Bramlett
Rating NC-17
Run Time 89min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

Screening on 35mm film. Introduced by Fangoria Managing Editor Michael Gingold.

Before Mr. Craven suffered brain damage from ferociously suckling that chapped ol' money teat... Before Hollywood nailed creativity's coffin shut with a new millennium of digitally rebaked leftovers... Before Bruce Willis made baldness not-terrifying to the modern movie-going public...there was THE HILLS HAVE EYES. This was the film that delivered on a promise that no one ever made: to fearlessly display the typical American family being sliced, mangled and compromised in every conceivable way by an inbred clan of radioactive mountain yokels. The harder they fight for survival, the more savagely they're treated by their cannibalistic attackers, all of whom are played with dignity-defying gusto by a cast of genuinely hideous mutants. Audiences must have miscarried to the max the first time the terrifying scowl of hairless manster Michael Berryman hit the screen. Take our time machine back to 1977 and never leave; this right here is one of the crucial crowning masterpieces of no-brow horror cinema. (Zack Carlson)

Other Graveyard Shift Events