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Hostel: Part II

Rated R for sadistic scenes of torture and bloody violence, terror, nudity, sexual content, language and some drug content.

R In Theaters 06/8/2007 , 94min.
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December 13, 2009
Ms loralilee
The film kind of reminds me of, "The Hunting Party" with Richard Gere. I personally liked the movie but, take into account that I did not see the first one. I have noticed that those that saw the first one did not like this sequel. Having said that, I usually don't like gory films. As for Horror fans----this movie is not scary, however, it is a good film. For those who think this type
May 22, 2008
the movie wasn't scary to me because i'm a hardcore horror movie fan i've seen a lot of horror movies like 30 days of night good horror stuff more heads being moved from bodies if u don't like hostel then don't waste money on it and just rent and watch 30 days of night there is one line that is funny but i can't tell u what is the funniest line in the movie
May 22, 2008
i love this album
May 22, 2008
I really liked the first Hostel and since Eli Roth wrote and directed Part II I expected to like it too. Hostel Part II made me sick. Too much focus on torture. I have to admit that I did think it had a fitting conclusion but that couldn't compensate for the gore. I am a big fan of horror films and a good horror movie doesn't rely on gore alone.
May 22, 2008
Hard to top Hostel, so I wasnt expecting too much from Part II, but it was worse than I thought. Lame plot, boring, while the last 15 minutes is gore combined with stupidity. Wait for PPV or DVD if you must see it. Not worth the money or the time.

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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-and-guts department. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
While the sequel isn't as unrelentingly gory as the original, there are still rivers of blood. Full Review
Gene Seymour
Los Angeles Times
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 somehow, I think he's meant for grander, subtler and more intricate distractions than this. Full Review
James Berardinelli
The problem with Hostel Part II is the same flaw that afflicted Hostel: no tension. Full Review
Laura Kern
The New York Times
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 effectively a saboteur. He might have mastered the cheap sadism-as-entertainment gross-out, but he has yet to produce a single genuine, old-fashioned fright. Full Review

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