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Scott Spiegel directs this straight-to-DVD third instalment of the horror franchise. When four friends arrive in Las Vegas for a bachelor party, they meet a group of attractive women who invite them to go with them to a private party. Unfortunately for the boys, the venue turns out to be a gruesome torture chamber where members of the Elite Hunting Club are hosting the most sadistic show in town.

Starring:
Skyler Stone, Kip Pardue
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_18_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 31 minutes
Starring Skyler Stone, Kip Pardue, Thomas Kretschmann, John Hensley, Chris Coy, Sarah Habel
Director Scott Spiegel
Genres Horror
Studio SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 20 February 2012
Main languages English
Subtitles Arabic, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Danish, Dutch, French, Hindi, English, Turkish
Discs
  • Feature ages_18_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 31 minutes
Starring Skyler Stone, Kip Pardue, Thomas Kretschmann, John Hensley, Chris Coy, Sarah Habel
Director Scott Spiegel
Genres Horror
Studio SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 20 February 2012
Main languages English

Customer Reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mart TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Feb. 2012
Format: DVD
Hostel Part III follows the same basic theme as its two predecessors whereby innocent people get caught up in sinister pay-per-kill business enterprises, and usually get tortured and slaughtered by some gory means.

The gore is nowhere near that of I and II though, and the acting falls well short of believable considering people are being tortured to death by their worst nightmares. But the real failure to provide suspense and shocks lies in the complete overlooking of the people who are paying to have people killed. The underlying chilling aspect of the previous two films was the convincing portrayal of seemingly normal people who would make on-line bids to buy people who they could torture. The scene of a smiling perfect family man breakfasting with his wife and kids while bidding on his laptop for a person he wants to kill gave real depth to the previous Hostel story. Scenes like this were a stand out feature of the previous films but this time we get nothing approaching that tension.

So with Hostel III there are no real storylines attached to the people who pay to kill, and we don't ever get to know their characters. Worse still though is that they only watch and never bloody their own hands, and in that respect the film has taken a major backward step and softened the impact between victim and killer which has been such a strong point previously. The glitzy LA setting adds nothing compared to the previous eastern European locations which offered mysteriously beautiful landscapes mixed with a feeling of brooding underlying danger.

There are no real shocks or memorable moments here, and for me it's a shame that a great opportunity to take the Hostel storyline to another level has been missed.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By rc on 14 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD
I watched this last night and wish i hadnt bothered.
The film was set in vegas and lacked any suspense and build up that hostel one and two had.
I liked the fact that the first two films were set in europe as it gave that edge and creepyness that this film didnt.
The deaths were very few and far between and very quick and like other reviewers said only one was pretty gruesome.
The characters lacked any real likeability so you didnt even feel that sorry for them when they were killed.
I feel that fans of the first films will watch this as if your like me with most follow on films you feel you should watch them as you have seen the others.
I just found it disapointing, maybe as a seperate film it would have been ok but as a follow up from hostel 1 and 2 it was extremely disapointing and nothing like the others.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Caligula II. on 12 Nov. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
REVIEWED VERSION: 2012 Sony Pictures UK DVD

Director: Scott Spiegel

Cast: Kip Pardue, Thomas Kretschmann, Brian Hallisay, Sarah Habel, Zulay Henao, John Hensley, Kelly Thiebaud, Barry Livingston

SYNOPSIS

Four guys go to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. They are approached by two escorts who invite them to a more private party in the bad part of town.
There they find themselves trapped in a torture show hosted by the Elite Hunting Club, who torture them to death, this time in front of an audience.

THE PROS & CONS

HOSTEL: PART III is a sequel that was bound to come, despite the negative box office success of HOSTEL: PART II.
HOSTEL 3 no longer takes place in Eastern Europe, but in Vegas instead. I preferred the Euro setting to this, but it is a change of scenery and sometimes that is necessary.
The idea with the "torture show" instead of the one on one torture chambers is a nice change as well, the audience applauding at the end of the kill has a nice touch to it LOL, scantily clad cocktail waitresses serving drinks during the torture show - hilarious.
Despite this being a direct to DVD release which really didn't need to undergo any MPAA censorship which means there are no limits, HOSTEL: PART III is rather tame compared to the previous parts. It is neither creepy, nor particularly shocking, there are no memorable kills like the Mrs. Bathory kill in HOSTEL: PART II. There isn't too much in the gore section to appease the torture porn fan base, either. Most of the rather few kills are not very graphical, some even cut away before the impact (WTF? An unrated torture porn cutting away???). Some of the effects look rather poor.
The acting is rather poor, average at best, lacking the strong leads of HOSTEL 1 & 2.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Corey Newcombe on 25 Mar. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
While attending a bachelor party in Las Vegas, four friends are enticed by two sexy escorts to join them at a private party off the Strip.

Once there, they are horrified to find themselves the subjects of a perverse game of torture.

Members of the Elite Hunting Club are hosting the most sadistic show in town...

It finally happened, another Hostel movie, and the cover looked great didn't it? Well the contents are less than favourable.

Since The rules of attraction, Kip Pardue must have signed a contract stating he will be in Stag Night related horror movies, because this is all he's been in lately (of note).

So we head off with our four unlikable friends, and we meet unlikeable people, and the film is generally unlikeable, and if you hunger for the gore factor of the first two, your watching the wrong film.

The main selling point of the first two movies was the fact that they were pushing the controversy button, on purpose, hence making the film ironic.

This, is just a horror movie, stealing a good franchises name and cashing in on it, much like Wrong Turn/Hellraiser/any direct to DVD horror sequel.

It's not a good film, it tries to be clever with a twist toward the final third, but by the end, you have given up caring about the fools.

Quite a good opener though.
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