"There is a place, where all your darkest, sickest fantasies are possible. Where you can experience anything you desire.
Where you can torture, punish or kill for a price."
Hot on the heels of the news that Eli Roth's Hostel's US release date has been moved to December 21st 2005 (now January 13th - 17th Nov 05), we've now managed to find the first trailer for the film, posted at Yahoo Movies.
Available in four formats (56k, 100k, 300k and fullscreen), the traier (more of a teaser really) certainly fuels the anticipation for this film from the director of Cabin Fever, and following the almost universal glowing reviews for the film, we've got to say that we're quite looking forward to this one.
Grab you rubber apron, pull out your pliers, and delve into the sick minds of Messrs Roth and Tarantino. Horror's checking in for a night's stay at the Hostel.
Hostel stars stars Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eythor Gudjonsson, Barbara Nedeljakova, Jana Kaderabkova, Jan Vlasák, Jennifer Lim, Lubomir Silhavecky, Paula Wild, Lubomir Bukovy, Petr Janis, Jana Havlickova and Vanessa Jungova.
The film tells the story of two Americans travelling through Europe along with an Icelandic backpacker they picked up in their journeys. Opening in Amsterdam, the three take time to indulge in lots of drugs, and take time to visit the red light district.
Hungry for women and a good time, they meet a Russian backpacker who recommends a hostel in Slovakia. Taken in by the promise of stunning women who love Americans, they trek off to a small town outside of Bratislava. They find the beautiful women as promised but when one of them disappears they uncover a shocking underground of torture and sadism preying on foreigners there.
31st Mar 05 HGL has his characters simply play with human organs / intestines / eyes in sockets close-up needlessly and for longer than is necessary, if indeed it was necessary at all, which it isn't. Like close-up...