A group of bikers, which includes some of the survivors from the original film, embark on a journey by bus to a biker race near the desert of the infamous incidents. Halfway through the desert the bus breaks down. After killing Letch, Napoleon and Amber find the captive Missy, and all three fight Hades, whom they manage to kill as well. The remaining troops attempt to rescue Missy, with the exception of Stump Ben Crowley , who is killed by Letch while attempting to climb down the hill without ropes. They later locate a non-violent mutant named Hansel David Reynolds , while escaping Grabber Gaspar Szabo. Bassett, the director of , to take over the directing role, but ultimately chose Martin Weisz after scheduling conflicts with Bassett. This whole film is just a waste of time.
Cass runs from the Reaper and ends up in his mineshaft where he dumped the bodies, and comes across the corpses of all her friends. It genuinely sounds like they just simply bought the soundtrack albums to the first few Friday the 13th films, and dubbed that in. While trying to repair the bus, some of the group wander off, and wind up in the traps of the survivors of the mutant family of the first. Synopsis A group of bikers, which includes some of the survivors from the original film, embark on a journey by bus to a biker race near the desert of the infamous incidents. When their bus breaks down, they end up in the same area where the first film took place, and are set upon by two survivors of the cannibal family from the earlier film. Then the mutants go after the rest. They begin to worry about Roy and Harry, but Rachel and Hulk depart to look for them while the others stay behind.
Grabber is killed by Crank after shooting Delmar. Because of de Ravin's involvement in the television show , her schedule was unable to accommodate the filming of the sequel. I don't have the same hatred for this film that a lot of fans of the original have. Just as Napoleon catches up, Mickey is pulled into a bolt-hole and killed. After reuniting with Napoleon and Amber, Delmar dies from his wounds, and Hansel leads Napoleon, Amber, and Crank to the exit.
Slammed backwards, she trips and fatally hits the back of her head on a rock. Meanwhile, Roy wakes up and runs into Pluto at the top of a cliff. On her way to join the group, Amber is attacked by the mutant Stabber Tyrell Kemlo , but a returning Mickey wards him off. The addition of a blind girl as one of the good guys is interesting, her trip past the bodies of her friends having a slight suspense value to it, but the rest of the cast are given one-dimensional roles. The movie probably reaches its low point when one of the cannibals steals a motorcycle, slaps on a helmet and starts driving around the rock cliffs while laughing maniacally. In its place we get a handful of obnoxious, ill-defined cardboard teenagers no one could possibly give two hoots about. It isn't as great as the original, but it's also not quite as bad as some reviewers have said.
. To tie it to the original, several cast members return to reprise their roles and the same basic premise and desert setting are retained, but the tone and the approach to the material is quite different this time out. The film stars , , and. The Hills Have Eyes 2 was directed by and written by father and son team and. A titled was published by to accompany the release of the film; it was released July 3, 2007. The Hills Have Eyes 2 was directed by and written by father and son team and.
Written by Wes Craven admitted in an interview that he needed to make some cash fast, would have happily 'directed Godzilla in Paris'. Jane finds Foster's body just before the Reaper catches her and crushes her in his arms. Later, scientists working in an area in the New Mexico desert, designated Sector 16, are attacked by the mutant Letch. The film was released and. As for Janus Blythe, she doesn't get to face off with her family, instead taken out before the climax although it is not made clear whether she was killed or simply knocked out. The film was produced by Barry Cahn, Jonathan Debin, and. Rachel decides to go along with a team of professional dirt bike riders to a competition, which takes them deep into the territory where Rachel's family used to roam.
However, because of a mistake they are late and decide to take a shortcut through the desert. The Reaper follows them, but they trap him in a bus full of bike fuel, set it on fire and watch as it explodes. Along the way Crank is killed by a trapped crate of dynamite that he attempts to take with him, incidentally triggering an explosion. The only thing this really has going for it are some nice-looking outdoor shooting locations and the underground lair the last few scenes take place in. However, because of a mistake they are late and decide to take a shortcut through the desert. Either that or, because he really didn't have anything new up his sleeve, he was just trying pad out the running time.
The Hills Have Eyes 2 had a budget of 15 million. Her sergeant and the team need her, for she is the only one left alive who knows the mutants' location. While going through the desert, they get lost and Harry suggests a shortcut through the bombing range. After filming most - but not all - of the original script, the backers reneged and pulled funding before it could be completed, leaving the unfinished film to languish on a shelf somewhere for a spell. The really bizarre thing is that this was made in the wake of , a movie that was shot for next-to-nothing but is overflowing with imagination and boasts a dazzlingly inventive visual eye. Other than that, it's terrible. Then the mutants go after the rest.