Hostel: This Movie is Both Amazing and Sick

“Be careful… You could spend all your money in there.”

Paxton (Jay Hernandez), Josh (Derek Richardson) and Oli (Eythor Gudjonsson) are looking for the experiences you remember for a lifetime as they backpack through Europe staying at hostels along the way. On a tip from a fellow benevolent traveler, they are informed of a city in war-torn eastern Europe where incredible women reside who love foreigners and will do anything.

Hoping for the best the three head out to see for themselves if the claims are true. They are amazed when they find a paradise in hell. The hostel is an oasis in desolation with women that live up to the boasts.

Life is amazing as they party with the locals and fellow travelers. It’s all too good, and they get caught up in the whirlwind of women, alcohol drugs and sex.

All seems well until members of the group leave without warning, notice or further contact. What follows is a nightmare beyond measure.

All in all, this movie is worth watching, especially since it’s so easy to find on sites that are similar to tradcds. This movie will keep your attention and make you squirm in your seat. You will be on a roller coaster of titillation and nausea as the movie brings you into the lives and horrific deaths of many people. Some of the plot points are too well foreshadowed so it seems a little predictable, but don’t let that take away from the experience.

Let me state this. Do not bring children to this movie. It contains nudity, drug use, sex, graphic violence, and gore. It is not for the timid or weak of stomach.

Yes, this movie is meant to be seen and is worth the big screen so that you can get caught up with the audience reaction. The downside is that the theatre might have an odor of vomit from the last screening and might contain fresh vomit from the current one. You have been informed and warned.