The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

 The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
Directed by Wes Craven

On the way to California, a family has the misfortune to have their car break 
down in an area closed to the public, and inhabited by violent savages ready to attack. (IMDB)



Who's that actress
Janus Blythe

Who's that actor
John Steadmane

Doggie actors
Flora and Striker with Brenda Marinoff

Actor identification
John Steadmane - Brenda Marinoff - Russ Grieve

Nope, not Ringo
Martin Speer

Suze Lanier-Bramlett

Dee Wallace


Robert Houston and Suze Lanier-Bramlett

Dee Wallace



Actresses
Cordy Clark

Michael Berryman


Lance Gordon



Lance Gordon

James Whitworth

James Whitworth


The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984)


The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984)

Some bikers and friends head out to the desert for some races. Taking a shortcut and a gas tank leak gets them stranded in a bad place. 

It has been reported that the movie was stopped and shelved with only two thirds of it shot, due to the budget. After "A Nightmare on Elm Street" did so well, the studio had Wes Craven finish "The Hills Have Eyes Part II" using existing footage with clips from "The Hills Have Eyes" added to make it feature film length. ~Alzur



Actress identification
Virginia Vincent


Actor identification
John Laughlin and Kevin Spirtas

Who's that actor
Tamara Stafford

Who's who
Willard E. Pugh

Actor and Actress list
Robert Houston (L)

Janus Blythe

Character actors
Edith Fellows

archive footage
Lance Gordon

Janus Blythe


Michael Berryman



nudie shot
Penny Johnson Jerald 

John Bloom 



John Bloom 

John Bloom 



Lurkers (1988)


Lurkers (1988)
aka
Home Sweet Home

Directed by: Roberta Findlay

A vision of Hell. ~Alzur









Christine Moore


Peter Oliver-Norman

Gil Newsom - Christine Moore

Lauren Ruane (top)


Eva Baumann

Christine Moore

Annie Grindlay - Ruth Collins

Roy MacArthur

Marina Taylor (Center)


Nancy Groff (L)


C.K. Steefel (as Carissa Channin)