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Hostel

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Slovak city is visited by three backpackers for their self-indulgent adventure, what they don’t know that things are not what they seem from the outside.
Actors: Nick Roe,
Nick Roe
Nick Roe
Rick Hoffman,
Rick Hoffman
Rick Hoffman 12 June 1970, New York City, New York, USA
Natali Tothova,
Natali Tothova
Natali Tothova
Paula Wild,
Paula Wild
Paula Wild 15 May 1974, KromerĂ­z, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]
Derek Richardson,
Derek Richardson
Derek Richardson 18 January 1976, Queensbury, New York, USA
Daniel Frisch,
Daniel Frisch
Daniel Frisch
Martin Kubacák,
Martin Kubacák
Martin Kubacák 8 May 1976, Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]
Drahoslav Herzan,
Drahoslav Herzan
Drahoslav Herzan
Ashley Robbins,
Ashley Robbins
Ashley Robbins 4 January 1984, Czech Republic
Patrik Zigo,
Patrik Zigo
Patrik Zigo
Barbora Oboznenková,
Barbora Oboznenková
Barbora Oboznenková
...»
Genre: ThrillerMysteryHorror
Director: Eli Roth
Eli Roth
Eli Roth 18 April 1972, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Country: United States, Euro
Release: 2005
IMDb: 5.9
Quality:
Duration: 94 min
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eFilmCritic.com
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August 03, 2007

A stern moralistic rebuke to ugly-Americanism. The movie is in-your-face but not pointlessly so.
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AV Club

November 27, 2006

Hostel's merely unpleasant and more than a little dumb.
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Cinema Crazed
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July 10, 2007

This is routine Roth as usual. Homophobia, attempted nihilism, vapid writing, paper thin plot, and nonsensical all the way...
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Village Voice
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January 10, 2006

The film is too casually misanthropic and enamored of its expulsive prosthetic virtuosity to be politically relevant, and it's not clear what response -- shame? outrage? titillation? -- Roth is after.
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ESplatter
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July 03, 2008

Roth is able to change the focus from frolicking raunchiness to extreme chilliness in a way that's quite sobering.
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TheHorrorShow
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August 28, 2015

This is a grim, gory, and unapologetically grungy piece of "survival horror." I dug it.
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Associated Press

December 29, 2006

Whether or not this kind of horror movie is your cup of tea, you have to at least admire Roth for the daring and creativity with which he illustrates that concept.
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New York Daily News

January 14, 2006

All this in a 94-minute movie that takes 45 minutes getting started!
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CinePassion
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August 30, 2009

A series of interesting ideas floating around a sea of blood
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Sadly, as with [director Eli] Roth's promising but flawed debut feature, its central conceit is more compelling than what ended up on screen.
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Cinemaphile.org
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October 25, 2013

Whereas most modern slasher films cut straight to the flesh-ripping for no purpose of art or psychological stimulation, Hostel marries them with skillful execution and, somehow, a relevant subtext.
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Newsday

January 13, 2006

Although I spent much of the second half staring into my lap while listening to a cacophony of screams and shop tools, I processed enough of the first to appreciate Roth's sinister evocation of a Slovakian provincial town.
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