Roth has managed the rare feat of actually improving on the original. show more
While the sequel isn't as unrelentingly gory as the original, there are still rivers of blood. show more
Given its premise, it's hard for any Hostel sequel to be little more than a rehash. show more
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 of movie should not be made, I totally disagree with u and I am very conservative and moralistic. It does have a moral point to the movie----be careful with who you go out with. You could end up like one of these girls. I definately took note and will be more careful. You hear of girls being kidnapped and used as sex slaves and after watching this film, yes, it could happen. I had to turn my eyes away at one scene but, I loved the film. It had a good ending. Thank You Roth for the film. Good job!
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
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.