It is unavoidable to mention for our moviegoers the well-known American-style gas station "Gas Haven." It was a setting for the 2006 horror film "The Hills Have Eyes." Don't forget to stop by it on the way from Taznakht to Ouarzazate.
Appearing to be an abandoned gas station with rusted American cars and fanciful puppets, Gas Haven provides a one-of-a-kind experience. These very well reproduced settings capture the artistry of the remake of “The Hills Have Eyes” quite well. You will definitely find yourself immersed in an American-style movie just on the side of Taznakht road leading to Ouarzazate.
Although the station doesn’t say much about the movie, it is the perfect place for children, and Instagrammers, who can enter the sets freely without being disturbed. The mystical atmosphere of the movie is well-reflected thanks to the landscape around the station. Because the settings were entirely dedicated to the decor, we don’t learn much about the movie “Hills Have Eyes,” directed by Wes Craven (in 1977) and Alexandre Aja (in 2006).
The scene at the resort, shot in Morocco, is one of the most important scenes in the remake of “The Hills Have Eyes” and sets the tone of the film. The story revolves around an American family (the Carters) who found themselves stranded in the middle of the desert, unaware that a group of cannibals is hiding in the nearby hills. That’s it, no spoilers!…