Pretty Packaging: Arrow's THE HILLS HAVE EYES Has Some Meat On Its Bones

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The late, lamented Wes Craven was known as a horror director who brought intelligence and a clever sense of humor to his movies, so it's easy to forget that his horror career took off in the seventies with two chilling, mean-spirited films: The Last House on the Left (1972) and The Hills Have Eyes (1977).

In the latter of the two, a family on vacation gets stranded in the desert, and menaced by a bunch of degenerate cannibals. It's a simple premise but a harrowing one, and over the years, The Hills Have Eyes has become a bit of a classic.

Distributor Arrow has now given this film a new release on Blu-ray, currently out already in the UK and on shelves next week in the US. And while it's quite affordable for a special edition, it is also pleasantly pimped, so check out this gallery of shots. Click on the edge of the pictures to scroll through them, or at the centre of each to see a bigger version.

And here is the box, basically a very sturdy hard cardboard slipcover of the kind you'd expect for a bigger boxset.

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