Hostel: Part II

Hostel: Part II

Following a geographical tour of Slovakia, three young American women are lured into a hostel by a handsome young man who sells them to the twisted masters, ties them up and brings upon an unthinkable world of pain.

Three female college students take a detour from their partying, enticed by a beautiful European woman who promises seclusion, safety and maybe even romance. What they get is a living hell where they are sold to the highest bidder who's fondest wish is to kill them slowly. Hostel 2 also follows 2 American men who, on the flip side of the coin, are willing to pay to join an exclusive club where a life will end at their hands...any way they like. It's a story of human monsters and the almighty dollar as only Eli Roth could tell it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hostel: Part II torrent reviews

Phil H (kr) wrote: Another month another straight to DVD JCVD action flick, well almost. Quality wise JCVD's action fodder is slightly better than his other fellow aging action stars like Dolph and Seagal but its still all the same stuff really.This time JC is an ex-merc who helps the police in finding missing people or mainly kids. Expect the usual fudge ups and self loathing as JCVD's character goes from bottom of the barrel to back on form and saving the day, typical emotional rollercoaster drama.Not much martial arts to be seen here, this is more of a kidnap rescue type thing, JC in military mode with stealth and plenty of gunfire. Predictable and has all the regular cliches that have been seen/used before in tonnes of similar films, but comparing to other straight to DVD JCVD films its not too bad.

Amy H (ca) wrote: It was sort of an exciting thriller but have seen such a plot, so know what's going to happen. I think it had potential to make it even more dramatic and frightening. Not quite there yet!

Harrison R (ag) wrote: Not very funny, but engaging!

Arlene S (mx) wrote: If this can get picked up by Sundance, ANYTHING can.

Michael K (fr) wrote: Quite possibly the best Bond since Live and Let Die.

Ben D (de) wrote: One of the better surf movies I've seen lately. It features the athletes, community and families at the North Shore during The Van's Triple Crown of Surfing.

Patrick G (us) wrote: Hard to follow, completely falls on it's face near the end. Terrible......

Anthony B (de) wrote: This drama about teenage girls in over their heads with a drug-smuggling operation gone wrong is slowly paced and hard to watch, but every moment of it is riveting.

hael b (fr) wrote: this looks good cause its got bon jovi in xxxx hee heee

Arun B (us) wrote: amazing surreal fantasy noire one makes them like this anymore

Timeen (it) wrote: Way back in the day movie.....alot of not for everyone....not a good movie....just something to watch if you happen to be woke at around 1am and flicking through the channels.........

Bruno V (nl) wrote: Thanks Michael Douglas for making this an enjoyable movie to See , sorry Keaton but i would leave the place where you were singing after 2 songs ...sleepy songs from a nanny . But lovely movie doh .

Daniel H (ca) wrote: Lloyds films were known for being technologically advanced, and simply hilarious. Here, Lloyd's New York setting allows him to practice his perfect comedic slapstick timing in the guise of his "Glasses Character", as well as meet up with Babe Ruth along the way.The wonderful shots of Coney Island in its heyday are astounding. (The Coney Island shots had to be filmed with hidden cameras, a very big technical problem for the time, in order to keep all the people from realizing Harold Lloyd was filming a movie. The crew couldn't get the Amusement Park to close, so the entire sequence was filmed trying to avoid Lloyd getting mobbed by fans.)