Hills Run Red film Product Information
Hills Run Red movie was released Sep 29, 2009 by the Warner Home Video studio. A film fanatic's obsession with finding a complete print of a classic slasher movie leads him and two friends into the backwoods where the film was shot. Hills Run Red video They realize too late that filming never ended -- the movie's star, the deformed, murderous BABY FACE, and his twisted family continue to film and kill unsuspecting victims. Hills Run Red film Now our heroes must survive the nightmarish onslaught or become part of the movie forever. ...See Full Description
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Hills Run Red DVD for sale this is a alsome movie and i am a chick and love it. i hole lot better than most of the horror movie these days and i know i have watched them all!!!
By livinnlalaland (joesphine ,wv)
Hills Run Red movie If you like backwood movies... this movie has it all. With twists and turns, you might be able to predict.
By Kaid Smith (Mesquite, NV)
||NOT TOO BAD|
Hills Run Red video HOT BABES AND A MUTILATED MENTALY DISTURBED SLASHER IN THE DEEP WOODS IN WHICH A YOUNG ASPIRING DIRECTORS SEARCH OF A MAD IF NOT WAY OVER THE TOP HORROR DIRECTOR WITH A FAMOUS BUT LOST SLASHER MOVIE THAT HAS BECOME AN OBSESSION FOR HIM.
By MICHAELCBAREFOOT (FOUR OAKS,N.C.,U.S.A.)
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Hills Run Red video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7973249|
|Studio||Warner Home Video|
|Release Date||Sep 29, 2009|
|Running Time||81 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Widescreen; Dubbed; Subtitled|
|Movie Details||Color; Widescreen; Dubbed; Subtitled|
Hills Run Red DVD Features
You heard the story. The one about the goriest, bloodiest splatter fest ever, the one made in the ’80s but mysteriously lost. Flash forward to now: Young fright fans search for the secret location where the movie was shot, hoping to find the film. What they find is that the mysterious slasher flick is more than a movie. It’s real. And they’re its newest stars. The Hills Run Red with a whole new level of horror as the terrified cinephiles confront a demented killer who wears a nightmarish babydoll mask. Wait, Babyface is just a character from the movie, right? Wrong. He’s alive. He’s waiting. And he’s thrilled to meet fans who will die – slowly, gruesomely, shockingly – for his art. Roll camera!
Note: Commentary by Director Dave Parker, Writer David J. Schow and Producer Robert Meyer Burnett
It's Not Real Until You Shoot It: Making The Hills Run Red
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Subtitles - English, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish