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Hostel: Part II (2007) rnrn rnCast(Cast overview, first billed only)rnrnLauren German ... BethrnrnRoger Bart ... StuartrnrnHeather Matarazzo ... LornarnrnBijou Phillips ... WhitneyrnRichard Burgi ... ToddrnrnVera Jordanova ... AxellernrnJay Hernandez ... PaxtonrnrnJordan Ladd ... StephaniernEdwige Fenech ... Art Class ProfessorrnrnStanislav Ianevski ... MiroslavrnPatrik Zigo ... Bubblegum Gang LeaderrnZuzana Geislerová ... InyarnMilan Knazko ... SasharnIvan Furak ... Big GuardrnMonika Malacova ... Mrs. BathoryrnmorernAdditional DetailsrnMPAA:rnRated R for sadistic scenes of torture and bloody violence, terror, nudity, sexual content, language and some drug content.rnRuntime:rn93 minrnCountry:rnUSArnLanguage:rnEnglishrnColor:rnColorrnAspect Ratio:rn2.35 : 1 morernSound Mix:rnDTS / Dolby Digital / SDDS / DolbyrnCertification:rnUSA:R / Canada:18+ (Quebec) / Brazil:18 / Ireland:18 / Iceland:18 / Argentina:18 / Sweden:15 / Netherlands:16 / UK:18 / Malaysia:(Banned) / Singapore:R21 (cut) / Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) / Germany:18 (cut) (theatrical version) / Australia:RrnFilming Locations:rnBarrandov Studios, Prague, Czech Republic morernMOVIEmeter: ?rnV 46% since last week why?rnCompany:rnRaw Nerve morernFun StuffrnTrivia:rnIn the full trailer, you can clearly see in the background on television that two girls are watching Pulp Fiction, directed by Quentin Tarantino, executive producer of Hostel and Hostel II. morernGoofs:rnRevealing mistakes: In the beginning of the movie where Paxton is shown in a hospital, you can see DEMO displayed on the patient monitor attached to him, especially when his heart beat goes high. morernQuotes:rnWhitney: [to Miroslav] Come on, Borat, let\'s see what ya got. morernMovie Connections:rnReferences Grindhouse (2007) morernFAQrnWhy did Sasha shoot one of the Bubblegum Gang boys?rnHow does it end?rnmore User Comments (Comment on this title)rn39 out of 76 people found the following comment useful:-rnTwo Visits to the Hostel, and hell its better second time!, 7 June 2007rn8/10rnAuthor: Simon Parker from United KingdomrnrnHostel was a very flawed movie, made tolerable by the simple fact the main idea about people paying to torture and kill people was a very good one. It was disturbing, and the brief screen time that storyline occupied the movie made it worthwhile. Overall that film was 7/10 movie at best, it was gory, fun and had a great storyline. Yet its characters and the plot surrounding them was a mess. I didn\'t care less about a group of American college guys going to have lots of sex. Not only were they irritating as hell, but they also never seemed believable. By the time we saw them start dying in gruesome manners I was practically cheering the killers, it made there irritating mannerisms seem worthwhile as we saw them operated on, beheaded and having half a hand cut off with a chainsaw. I was looking forward to seeing Hostel Part 2 as I was intrigued where Eli Roth would take the story. Would he follow the survivor of the original, or follow a new group of people altogether. The answer is a bit of both, as Paxton does make an appearance, but the major storyline follows a group of girls off to Slovakia to go to a spa. And its with these three lead character Hostel Part 2 succeeds. These three are believable, and actually likable. We have the normal one, the party loving one and also the sweet and considered slightly irritating one. They seem like real people, so by the time the nasty events begin we feel for them. Hostel Part 2 is a rare thing in the horror genre, a sequel that surpasses the original. It might not be as gory in my opinion, but its more horrific, more scary and overall a lot better movie than the original ever was.rnrnSo let me start off with the cast of the movie, as the cast are surprisingly decent here. As I said the three leads are pretty good, only one who started to grate after a while. We have Lauren German as Beth, she does a great performance here. Its not too showy and it never seems the average dumb idiot girl that\'s killed off in horror movies. Nor is she the ridiculously kick ass female either, she just seems normal. There\'s also Heather Matarazzo as Lorna. Now she was my personal favourite of the movie. She\'s geeky, but she\'s a genuinely nice person. Her character definitely seems the most believable of the entire movie. The final of the lead girls is Bijou Phillips as Whitney. Now she irritated me at first and after her first few minutes I was waiting anxiously to see her head mounted on a wall and her intestines spilling out everywhere. However her character grew on me, and in the end I found her quite likable, although certainly the least believable. Yet the lead three aren\'t the best bit of this movie. No what Hostel Part 2 decides to do is show us the killers world, the world of the rich businessmen who auction to kill the people. Its this storyline and the characters that inhabit it that works brilliantly. Roger Bart is the best character and best performer in the movie, I won\'t spoil anything about his character, he\'s too good to spoil. He has the best moments in the movie, and I\'m glad to see the actor doing more roles. The other supporting cast are pretty great as well, definitely an improvement on the original movie.rnrnSo what of the gore then, as unfortunately for a lot of people that\'s what seeing this movie will all be about. Well its hardly gory on the scale of Saw 3 or even Hostel for that matter. So for people going to see this movie foe extreme violence they will probably be a bit disappointed. Only one sequence near the end made me cringe like crazy, the rest seemed pretty tame, although a lot of it still left me disturbed. Especially a sequence involving a scythe and a bath (don\'t ask). Nothing comes close to sickening like the eye ball sequence in the original, all this does is horrify through other means. This movie rather than opting to sicken, decides to unsettle you. And it does that through clever ways. There are no "boo" scares in this movie, you won\'t jump at all. This works through psychological methods, and a great little touches. The most disturbing and horrifying sequences in the movie follow the actual people who auction to kill the people, its an unusual method to unsettle, but when you see them auctioning at first it creeped me out. Other methods and the actual character inhabiting the world are genuinely frightening, and leaves you a bit nervous. This might not be terrifying for a lot of people, but it is genuinely creepy and a lot more disturbing then the last movie.rnrnSo what are the faults of this movie as clearly its not a perfect movie (hence the 9/10 and not 10/10). Well if this movie has one fault I\'ll have to admit its probably the ending, and also the fact some people might complain about the set up a bit, as the set up does take a while. Also the storyline at the start seems a bit superfluous by the end of the movie. Anyway apart from the ending leaving me a bit disappointed and the fact that at least one cast member seemed unnecessary, this is a very good movie, and definitely a superior movie to the original. Whther this does well or not depends on what people are looking for, in terms of gore this won\'t satisfy the gore hungry fans who\'ve seen Saw 3. But for the people who want a creepy, unsettling and admittedly very well made movie, Hostel Part 2 will not disappoint.