Win Arrow Video’s Release of THE HILLS HAVE EYES In Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of The Hills Have Eyes – on limited edition Blu-ray and DVD 3rd October – we are giving away a copy courtesy of Arrow Video!

The Hills Have Eyes is one of the late, great Wes Craven’s seminal masterpieces, as well as one of the enduring classics of American horror. A gruelling tale of rape, revenge and cannibalism, the film helped redefine what we think of as a horror movie and it’s presented here as never before in a stunning 4K restoration.

Arrow Video’s new release of this genre mainstay sees it look better than ever before with a brand new restoration supervised by the film’s producer Peter Locke, and a host of extras and special features. This really is the definitive release of a film that has been often imitated but never bettered.

“We can revisit The Hills Have Eyes and be reminded of a time when horror was anything but safe, and you had a sense that there was a madman in charge and no censor or distributor was going to take his film away from him.” Empire

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For your chance to win The Hills Have Eyes, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite Wes Craven movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 11th October 2016 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x The Hills Have Eyes
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. For me, it’s always going to be A Nightmare on Elm Street. It ticks all the boxes – scary, unpredictable, fun and watchable over and over again! It definitely has a special place in my heart.

  2. SCREAM, I don’t care how many other people comment this. It’s a modern classic! It’s the second horror movie I ever seen. It’s been with me since childhood. The mask used to terrify me, but now I just think it looks freaking cool! The characters are well thought out and I love that they didn’t need any sexual activities to be a great slasher flick. The acting, writing and directing is the best I’ve seen in any horror film. I love it’s comedic style too. It will – and always will be – my favourite horror movie. The entire franchise is good. a huge fanof the new TV show haha. I still keep hope alive that they’ll make a fifth movie soon!

  3. So many good one to choose from not including The hills have eyes! Deadly Blessing, Scream, Scream 2 (which i prefer over the first one), The people under the stairs, but Id have to choose Nightmare on elm street. Its the 1st horror film I ever saw at the age of 13! Really freaked me out but I now love a good horror film because of it ????

  4. The Last House on the Left. It’s an angry, scathing and thoroughly anarchic film which remains difficult to watch 44 years after it was released. If the late director hadn’t emerged as a thoroughly lovely guy, you’d have wondered what twisted mind could have made it.

  5. i had a bit of a “wes-a-thon” after he died, checking out the classics and any films of his i hadn’t seen.

    the one that stood out was “my soul to take”. it got slaughtered when it came out, and i avoided it because of that, but it is actually really good. it’s kinda slow-paced, and not especially gory, but it was a nice “throw-back” style horror film, and i really dug that they had a “whodunnit” element mixed in with the occult stuff.

    it’s no nightmare, hills or scream, those films redefined their genres, but it’s massively under-appreciated.

  6. A Nightmare on Elm Street – a classic film with an original and enduring on-screen rapscallion, Freddy Krueger. Any film that features a tongue phone and the vicious slaying of a Johnny Depp character has to be good.

  7. A Nightmare on Elm Street because when it was first released i was only 15 and the thought a killer could come through your dream scared me stiff for many of months after watching it

  8. I love most of his movies but a Nightmare on Elm Street was where it all began for me. As a child i watched these even though I shouldn’t of but I was hooked on the genre ever since and collected Freddy stuff through the years. Great Director and great movies.

  9. nightmare on elm street. Mainly because i was young when i saw it and it had such an impact. I once went to a fancy dress in the costume lol…and i won

  10. Nightmare on Elm Street definitely. Iconic. Dealing with common fear, nightmares. I’d say it was his greatest achievement in evoking genuine fear. Nasty invader of dreams.

  11. Nightmare on elm street because even though he killed people in horrible ways,he was a cool psycho with his blade fingers,cowboyhat & stripey jumper.

  12. It’s got to be People Under the Stairs, it was just such a different type of movie and I really enjoyed it… Closely followed of course by all of the Nightmare on Elm Street films!

  13. ‘Scream’ because it was fun but very clever and just re-invented the entire teen-slasher movie genre and just after it was released we were treated to a slew of fab teen horror films like ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’.

  14. A Nightmare On Elm Street. A clever concept of not being able to hide from your killer in your dreams..although the second sexual.Dream Warriors had a clever concept.

  15. early Nineties classic: the people under the stairs. Really creepy and often overlooked. It’s not all about NIGHTMARE & SCREAM

  16. Nobody’s said ‘Shocker’… Should I say ‘Shocker’ just to be different…


    Not really. It has to be ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’.

  17. I liked scream, was one of the first horror movies I saw and I loves how it was traditional and post modern at the same time

  18. The original Nightmare on Elm Street – I was so scared by it when I was a kid and it’s still a bit freaky now!

  19. A Nightmare on Elm Street, it was one of the first proper horror films I watched when I was about 11, got me hooked on horror films.

  20. Stranger in our House is probably my favourite as it was the first of his films to be made into a TV movie in which I was introduced to this wonderful genre.

  21. It has to be Nightmare on Elm Street, I watched it hen I shouldn’t have done and it has stayed with me eversince xxxx

  22. Nightmare on elm street 3 as its the best in the series and the most inventive in terms of Freddy dispatching of his prey!

  23. Scream one of the best movies of the 90’s as well as Wes Craven’s best love the sequels too in fact I still have the Scream mask on my hallway wall lol it really got me into horror as a teenager and I haven’t looked back since! xx

  24. The original Nightmare on Elm Street where Freddy was actually a creepy bad guy and not the comedy caricature that he developed into as the series progressed.

  25. A Nightmare on Elm Street – it was the first really modern horror film and it had an anti-hero to die for in Freddie Krueger.

  26. I really love ‘The People Under The Stairs’ The film is tense from start to end and Wes manages to cram a wholefully evil pair of characters (Mum and Dad) alongside two wholeheartidly good/pure characters (Alice, Roach) The balance of that juxtaposition of morality is what makes Wes Craven a master of cinema for me, the film still stresses me out to this day. i love it!

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