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Hostel Part II [Blu-ray] [2007] [US Import]

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  • Actors: Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo, Bijou Phillips, Roger Bart, Richard Burgi
  • Directors: Eli Roth
  • Writers: Eli Roth
  • Producers: Eli Roth, Boaz Yakin, Chris Briggs, Daniel Frisch, Eythor Gudjonsson
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Oct 2007
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UJ48OU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 227,248 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



The inevitable sequel to one of the decade’s most intriguing and well-made horror films, Hostel Part II, as the title implies, picks up pretty much where the last film left off. And it doesn’t take too long for the sequel to find the same groove that earned its predecessor so much attention.

The setting is once again an underground club, where people bid for the right to torture residents at the hostel of the title. Hostel Part II, however, lets us see events from the other perspective too, as we meet the wealthy businessmen who are availing themselves of the club’s services. It’s a logical dynamic for the movie, and it does bring a fresh perspective to a film that does eventually settle down to a cavalcade of gore and shock.

As a director, Eli Roth has clearly improved since last time around, even if this time he too often succumbs to the temptation to show rather than imply, and Hostel Part II as a result feels a little less fresh and more uncomfortable than its predecessor. Yet it’s most certainly an unsettling piece of cinema, and one likely to find favour with Roth’s increasing fanbase.

A word of warning, though. Hostel Part II isn’t shy about pulling its punches, and it very much justifies its 18 certificate. It’s also a cut above many of its modern day contemporaries in the genre, even though it fails to measure up to part one. --Jon Foster

Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Blue hunter VINE VOICE on 28 Oct 2007
Format: DVD
I really liked the first hostel film even though a lot did not,so i was in a way looking forward to the sequel.Well i was let down big style.I don't often pan films on amazon as i try and look for the good points to any film but this one hasn't really got any.Lets start with the basics,if you watched the first hostel film then you would expect some gory scenes in this one aswell,well lets just say that the amount of gory scenes could be counted on one hand and you would still have some fingers spare!(no pun intended).The storyline is similer to the first but just does not have the same impact as the first,you don't like the main stars of the film and are not really thinking will they get away or not,you just think the charactors are neither here nor there.I was relly let down by this film and i'm sorry if you were hoping for the same as i was before this film came out,but please don't let my opinion sway you too much,just see for yourself and see what you think,although renting it might be a good idea.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ernie TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 July 2010
Format: DVD
I wasn't a fan of the first Hostel, but Eli Roth's follow up is a much better film. The film is better paced and the story has more depth as it shows both the killers and victims and the events leading up to their meeting in the factory.
The female victims are seen enticed into a short break at a Slovakian spa and the killers are seen as ordinary wealthy businessmen bidding in a online auction for their victim.
Though it is a little less gory and violent than the first film the killing seems far more potent as films improved character depth makes you more involved with both the killers and their victims.
Overall, if you liked the first Hostel film then this is a no-brainer and even if you didn't rate the first movie then this is well worth a look.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Mullaney VINE VOICE on 24 Mar 2008
Format: DVD
Hostel was effective because of the idea, not the violence. The hopelessness of being prisoner in the Eastern European wilderness and suggestion that fellow human beings would pay to dismember innocent backpackers was engrossing to audiences. Hostel II just uses the exact same idea and raises the bar for unpleasant violence.

The problem with Hostel II is Roth's juvenile fascination with mutilating naked women isn't hidden behind a good idea anymore. Filmgoers are no longer shocked by the concept so Roth just tries to shock them with sickening violence. I understand that this is the ethos of the Grindhouse/exploitation movie but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice good dialogue and story. With a mentor like Quentin Tarantino and the resources of Takashi Miike you'd think Roth would have been embarrassed to release this rubbish and I'm very surprised Tarantino would allow his name to be associated with the film. While Roth undoubtedly shares Tarantino's vast knowledge of movies he just can't seem to implement their ideas in an original way and his films tend to disintegrate into mindless violence. There are some good scenes, the online auction to see which visiting sicko gets to torture which girl is inventive and the blood bath is visually well shot but apart from that Hostel II is a nasty vacuous movie with no substance.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 16 Oct 2014
Format: DVD
The first ‘Hostel’ film seemed to be widely-regarded as at least worth a watch (mainly by horror buffs with slightly warped minds – I confess to being one such person). However, the sequel (also written and directed by Eli Roth) was met with a little more disdain.

It must have been difficult to write as it was one of those situations where Roth was damned if he did and damned if he didn’t. If he tried to be original and created something that was completely different to the first one, he would most likely alienate those who enjoyed the original. Then again, if he stuck to the original people would claim it’s just a rehash of the first.

It looks like he did the latter. Whereas ‘Part I’ had three lads holidaying in Slovakia and falling foul to a rather sick and twisted game the locals play, we have three young women in their place. And that’s where the first problem lies with many people. It seems that cinema audiences are quite okay with watching men getting ripped open and tortured for fun, but, when it comes to women, it is a little more unsettling. It certainly is harder to watch as the violence has naturally been cranked up in an attempt to ‘out-do’ the original (which was largely off-screen).

The plot may be – largely – the same, but there are a few reasonable little additions that have been thrown in there to try and ‘expand’ the Hostel universe. Most notable is the inclusion of introducing two men who actually enjoy killing people enough to bid on the rights to kill the girls.

However, not matter how the same or different the film is, the bottom line is that it does kind of graphically show torture and violence to young women which did – unsurprisingly – turn off a lot of people. I know it’s not real and it’s just a film, but this time round it is pretty strong stuff and you may wish you’d just stuck to the original. For die-hards only.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on 1 Oct 2014
Format: DVD
Having watched the first film (which was worth viewing but probably a tad gratuitous gore wise and in bad taste for most folks) I wasn't expecting much of a step forward in this film.

Hostel II kicks off with an opening sequence showing Paxton from the first film with his girlfriend suffering from nightmares waking up in a panic, and predictably the next morning he has had his head removed, later delivered to the Elite boss Sasha in a plain box . A rather weak opening in my view and unnecessary as well as unoriginal.

The story then moves to three female students whom after a holiday in Italy end up in Prague (surprise or not as is the case) We then get the usual check in routine at the local "hostel" where the three unsuspecting girls have booked into. The passports are scanned and uploaded so that "wealthy business clients" can then bid on the girl of their choice so they can "torture them" at their pleasure. If you're wondering if this is for the most part a pointless re-hash of the first film, but exchanging the male roles for female ones then ponder no more, it basically is just that.

I could wander more into the story but there are few diversions from the original formula, the cast is passable at best nothing outstanding but not too bad either. The real problem is the film simply copies the first film and adds almost nothing new so from the start of the hostel scene you pretty much know exactly what's coming next.

The ending also is rather cheesy too and adds very little to the concept or idea, not that there are any new ideas here. Honestly the first film wasn't to my taste, but for some it did explore the gore fest horror genre in a somewhat different way even if it made many feel rather uncomfortable, it wouldn't be unfair to say the Hostel appeal was really the shock/torture aspects and over the top gore. Simply re-running that a second time is even less convincing.
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