See The Hills Have Eyes 2 poster that was banned by the MPAA
1st Dec 06
It might not have been the 'great' film we were all hoping for (Alex Aja remakes a Craven classic!), but The Hills Have Eyes was certainly one of the better genre remakes of the past couple of years, so it was no surprise to see a sequel fast-tracked through production ready for a 2nd March 2007 release in both the US and the UK.
And it seems that the film is already kicking up a stink, as the first US poster, which you can see below, has been banned (although officially the word is 'rejected') by the MPAA.
No Aja this time - instead directing duties have been handed to Martin Weisz (Grimm Love) - although Craven remains on board in a co-writing and producing role. We like the poster, but as far as the film goes, let's just hope there are no dog flashbacks in this one.
Click on the poster for the full-size image
Synopsis - A group of National Guard trainees find themselves battling against a vicious group of mutants on their last day of training in the desert.
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