Hostel Part III (Unrated)HD Closed Captioning
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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.
I was eager to see the new Hostel 3 especially after I found out John Hensley from Nip Tuck was in it. This film I hate to say, doesn't make a believer out of it's audience. I think with shock value it's important to remember human nature and not vier off too far from reality. The fact that this story attempts to make you believe that there are much more wicked, sick, and cruel people out there looking for death and willing to pay for it takes the fun out of what the first film showed us. There wasn't much emotion tied to these deaths as the previous films. I also didn't find much shock in the fact that it moved to America and found it's way into a full blown show to others willing to pay for such mayhem. Other than that the film is quite clever sticking to certain aspects that make the film's popular. Some of the actors are not as good as the previous 2 films. The death scenes are somewhat new but one scene that tries to come off as weird and cruel left me more confused w/it's quietness and n lack of compassion. The twist at the end of the film is almost predictable but nevertheless a few more weeks in the editing department and this film could've really made a difference. The music and settings help you feel horrified of what's next to come but will still leave you a little bored. They should've done more w/the continuation of the part 2 of the Hunting Club and it's transition into America settings. Worth a watch but will make you a good critic
I thought it was pretty good. The actors were believable and relatable, the dialogue was just kind of corny. It wasn't as violent as I was expecting...but it still was pretty gross lol. It has a great ending and multiple twists to it, which make it all the more suspenseful. I suggest rent, not buy. It doesn't seem like it would have the same impact the second time...
Better than part 2