The Hills Have Eyes may not be the most famous Wes Craven movie but no one who’s seen it has ever forgotten it…Craven mixes elements of horror (campfire-tale lore, gore and cannibalism) the Western (desert setting, two battling families) and the fear of shattered middle-class safety and looking into an abyss that also looks into you, as felt in Sam Peckinpah’s  73 more words