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The Hills Have Eyes
Not be confused with the 2006 remake, the original 1977 movie The Hills Have Eyes was a major success in the world of ’70s horror. The Wes Craven flick followed the Carters, a suburban family who were hunted down by a group of cannibal savages when they became stranded in the Nevada desert. The movie was made with just a six-figure sum — $350,000, to be precise, and it had a ton of budgetary restraints. Still, it made $25 million at the box office and is considered to be one of the classics.
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