Alexandre Aja

Blood in the water = money in the bank.
Occasionally a reviewer has no choice but to dismount from his high horse, set aside minor considerations such as intelligence and good taste, and evaluate a film strictly on the basis of whether or not it delivers to its targeted audience.
This week sees yet another horror movie remake from the 1970s on Australian screens. Released in 1977, The Hills Have Eyes was Wes Craven's third feature film as a director, after beginning with soft-core-academia porn movie Together (1971) -...