CHUDs need women! The cannibalistic desert-dwelling mutants are back and lookin' to breed. On the one hand, this follow-up to Alexandre Aja's surprisingly effective 2006 remake of the classic Wes Craven shocker isn't as awful as Craven's own dismal 1985 quickie hack-job, THE HILLS HAVE EYES II. On the other hand, few films are.
Two years have come and gone since members of the ill-fated Carter family disappeared into the desert and down the gullets of a hideously deformed cannibal family that dwells within the long-forgotten atomic-test village and the surrounding radioactive hills of Yuma Flats, New Mexico. The enormous 1,300-square-mile U.S. Army Training...