Hostel: Part III

Hostel: Part III

Set in Las Vegas, the film centers on a man who attends his best friend's bachelor party, unaware of an insidious agenda that plays into hunting humans.

While attending a bachelor party in Las Vegas, four friends are enticed by two sexy escorts to join them at a private party way off the Strip. Once there, they are horrified to find themselves the subjects of a perverse game of torture, where members of the Elite Hunting Club are hosting the most sadistic show in town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hostel: Part III torrent reviews

Pavan R (au) wrote: A good fun family movie. A good true story with some good performances especially the daughter !

Ron N (de) wrote: I think is one of the best movies I have ever seen. The music score is great. The story shows us what living is all about. Wonderful movie! It would be on my top 10.

Mike J (mx) wrote: Maynard James Keenan? Woah...

Geoff C (au) wrote: Surprisingly heartwarming, despite the insufferable nature of the main character. I found myself rooting for him toward the end.

miruna (ca) wrote: bound and rebound na na na

Silvia S (ru) wrote: A beautiful, deeply moving film. I love it.(And the music was just perfect)

Spencer G (it) wrote: first: chomper (blue hatching on front) is a super character, cute sweet and innocent. second: the villains aka ozzy and strut give that 90s pinky and the brain duo a warm up for kids and are funny. over all a wonderfull message and what parents should put on after the kid(s) do something wrong

Private U (gb) wrote: I enjoyed it, but that said, the naivity of the characters kept me from ever taking them seriously. Everyone's in love 30 seconds after meeting someone... you end up thinking they're all idiots.

Hossein N (nl) wrote: Mar 09 - A masterpiece by one of the most incredible masters. Amazingly it stars from the reality and all of a sudden you are in the middle of a modern fairy tale. The final sequence is so memorable.

Tom C (us) wrote: Catchy songs and fun characters.

Cole C (nl) wrote: A movie epic on all proportions, although the plot gets a little repetitive with the 'drink, party with women, do something badass, repeat' cycle, its impossible to not percieve the epicness of the whole experience

Tim L (it) wrote: I'm glad I finally got to see this iconic film of the silent era. The best films create a world of their own that we can step into for a couple of hours, and this film definitely does this. I loved the cinematography, the use of lighting and shadows, the jaunty angled sets and use of lines and perspectives. A truly intriguing piece of film history.

Jacob D (gb) wrote: One of the most hilarious, clever, heartfelt, and genius kids movies to ever come out.

WS W (br) wrote: Quite disappointing indeed.