Eli Roth-Less Hostel 3 Gets a Trailer


Hostel 3 (2011) Movie Image

Yeah, go figure, they’ve already finished making “Hostel 3″ and it’s already being scheduled for a direct-to-DVD release later this year. Who knew? I suppose going straight to DVD was the obvious choice. After all, it’s not like the whole “torture porn” stuff has died out about two years or so ago or anything.

The film follows the series formula pretty closely, and this time the killing and mayhem is set in Las Vegas, with another batch of unwitting participants in a “how much will you pay to kill his dude” game. Well, not so much a game, more like an auction. Rich people and free time, am I right?

High stakes gambling takes on a sinister new meaning in this third chapter of the terrifying HOSTEL series. 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.

The trailer, despite boasting the “Hostel” franchise name, doesn’t even mention Eli Roth, the creator and director of the first two movies, once. I guess this means he’s not associated with the sequel whatsoever, either by choice or he was bought out.

Scott Spiegel (“From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money”) steps in to direct, and the film stars Thomas Kretschmann, Kip Pardue, John Hensley, Sarah Habel, Barry Livingston, Skyler Stone, Brian Hallisay, and Kelly Thiebaud. Basically, no one you’ve ever heard of, thus the low direct-to-DVD budget.

Via : Joblo

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=114700493 Dominique Hatcher

    Thomas Kretschmann will be familiar to anybody who’s seen DEAN KOONTZ’ FRANKENSTEIN, RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE, BLADE II or WANTED. Kip Pardue sticks out hard from his roles in REMEMBER THE TITANS and THE RULES OF ATTRACTION. “Brand name” stars these are not, but a few of them have those “I-Know-I’ve-Seen-Them-Somewhere” faces, not completely unkown actors…..

  • Juggernaut

    The sad part is that the other two installments were quite good. The first film dealt with the parralells of sex and excess and the lack of regard for human life and in my opinion did it very well. I was actually surprised that Roth dlivered such an effective and poigniant movie. Then cam Hostel II, which lacked the originallity and depth of the first but delivered the answer that everyone who watched the first movie was asking, “Who are the people paying for this?” and “What is their motivation?”. Both questions were answered teriffically. This just looks like a random knock off that was being shopped around and finally git taged as a Hostel film. Too bad.

  • Dean B

    To be honest i thought it was going to be shit. I was wrong its a decent film and the new director hasnt done it any harm at all. Plenty of twists from the start that keeps you watching.

  • Jasmine Eastall

    Very boring.

    We waited tis long and that is it?

    Hostel movies, I only liked the second one, it had more twist, and mystery, part 3 was so crap.

  • X_p

    all three of these movies are crap. the first one was produced so badly and lots of the movie are just schlock-schock moments. there was no message in any of these movies aside from the gore-horror movie factor. if roth was smart enough to have a message in his first movie where are the rest of his movies? if this guy had something to say wouldnt there be other movies? i watched this over the weekend just for wack-movie kicks and it didnt even provide any of those. this whole series is crap.