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Name:The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning {Graphic Novel/Comic}

Total Size: 53.80 MB

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Torrent added: 2008-10-29 12:34:27




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Title: The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning
Page Count: 112 pages
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Language: English
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From Publishers Weekly
This tie-in to the horror film series created by Wes Craven serves its genre well—the book will appall tasteful readers while delighting its bloodthirsty core audience by delivering all the expected gore and formulaic horror tropes. An origin story, the book explains the murderous proclivities of the Sawney Bean clan, deformed freaks who live in the desert of the American West, luring unsuspecting travelers into their cannibalistic trap. Using the faintest dash of social-political commentary—arrogant government jackboots and atomic testing are the source of the clan's sorry state—the story incorporates the movie plots into a larger tale about the group's attempt to avenge its abuse at the hands of the U.S. military. Written more with professional skill than originality, Palmiotti and Gray deliver the hallmarks of conventional horror—extreme brutality and numbing violence delivered with a minimum of wit or characterization. These efforts are ably assisted by explicitly detailed, albeit rushed-looking art that manages to capture all the gruesome splatter. Higgins even manages a vivid injury-to-eyeball homage to the infamous 1947 Jack Cole image in True Crime Comics #2. While fans of the genre will likely flock to the book, more casual readers should beware.

Review
"Textured and perfectly paced, this is one helluva good read." -- Ain't It Cool News.com

"There is enough blood and body parts literred throughout this book to satisfy any hardcore horror fan." -- Dread Central.com

"This is a must see for fans of graphic (and I mean graphic) horror" -- Count Gore.com

"Fantastic, gritty." -- Mania.com

"Proves to be not just a piece of tie-in eye candy, but a truly terrorizing yarn." -- Fangoria.com

"Will leave fans of the films and horror lovers alike shocked, disturbed--and eager for more." -- Broken Frontier.com

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