Hostel: Part II

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Released 2007

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Director:
Eli Roth
Released:
2007
Rating:
R
Hostel: Part II is Eli Roth's 2007 follow up to his 2005 hit, "Hostel". The story takes place about a week after the events of the first film. A group of female American students (Lauren German, Bijou Phillips, and Heather Matarazzo), backpacking through Europe, are taken to a small Slovakian hotel by a mysterious acquaintance. Very quickly, their fun European vacation turns into a chasm of horrors. Unlike the first film, Hostel: Part II also focuses on two of the killers. Stuart and Todd (Roger Bart and Richard Burgi, respectively) are two American businessmen looking for the thrill of a lifetime. That is, Todd is looking for the time of his life. When the girls are kidnapped, their pictures are uploaded to a private server. Todd bids on the opportunity to murder the girls. Stuart joins, though he's incredibly uneasy about the whole situation. A lot of people die in this movie, it's really gross. So gross, some of the footage was even banned in Europe!moreless

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  • 70

    Variety

    In this twist-filled sequel, the real shocker is just how smart and satisfying such degradation can be. There's no question "Part II" outgrosses the original "Hostel" in the blood-...

  • 60

    Los Angeles Times Gene Seymour

    Hostel II is far too shrewd and savagely witty to be caught engaging in higher seriousness. Roth could probably go even further with this particular franchise if he wanted to. Yet ...

  • 30

    The New York Times Laura Kern

    Mr. Roth, part of a new breed of horror directors affectionately labeled the "Splat Pack," is regarded by some as a savior of the genre, though it could be argued that he is more e...

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