The Hill and the Hole is a bizarre and wondrous piece of cinematic confectionery. The first time I saw it, I was mystified and delighted. Every rewatch has made me like it even more. If you're familiar with the weird little Fritz Leiber story it's based on, you'll enjoy its extrapolation, and if you aren't, you'll want to go read it for yourself once you've watched Bill Darmon's film.
The film is packed with suspense, phantasmagorical moments, sharp and gorgeous cinematography, wry humor, and mystery. It will surprise you. Set alongside the arid beauty of the desert landscape, it really feels like the crew simultaneously captured this and created its own version of a unique place that just might exist. Although whether the Hill's existence is a good thing or a bad thing for humanity remains to be seen!
Review by misfitgirl from the Internet Movie Database.