The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
It's the wedding anniversary of rugged Cleveland police detective "Big Bob" Carter and his chatty wife Ethel and to celebrate, Bob's asked his extended family to cruise to California with them, hoping the joys of the open road might help fuse their frayed connections. No one is particularly happy about it. Eldest daughter, Lynn, worries about her new baby's safety and comfort while her husband, mild-mannered tech geek, Doug, worries about close encounters with his father-in-law.
Genre: Drama,Horror,Thriller
Director: Alexandre Aja
Release Date: March 10, 2006
Producers: Wes Craven,Peter Locke,Marianne Maddalena
Actors: Aaron Stanford,Kathleen Quinlan,Vinessa Shaw,Emilie de Ravin,Dan Byrd,Tom Bower,Billy Drago,Robert Joy,Ted Levine,Desmond Askew,Ezra Buzzington,Michael Bailey Smith,Laura Ortiz,Gregory Nicotero,Maisie Camilleri Preziosi,Ivana Turchetto,Maxime Giffard
             
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