Watch: Hostel 2005 123movies, Full Movie Online – American best friends Josh and Pax, staying at hostels along the way, decide to backpack through Europe following college graduation to indulge in all their hedonistic fantasies in part to help Josh recover from the heartache of a breakup. Josh ends up being more willing in spirit than he is in body. In Paris, they meet Icelandic Oli, who joins them as he is in the same pursuit, he even more open to those indulgences. They believe they can’t surpass their experiences in Amsterdam until they are told of a hostel in Slovakia just outside of Bratislava where their sexual experiences can be taken to the next level. There, they initially find that the stories are nothing compared to their actual experiences, far exceeding their expectations. However, those fantasies quickly turn to nightmares as they end up separated by design, their new hell from which they may never be able to escape..
Plot: Three backpackers head to a Slovakian city that promises to meet their hedonistic expectations, with no idea of the hell that awaits them.
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Of course, my horse!
This movie is soooo gross! The eye scene? Puke rising up to my mouth just thinking about it! Blech!!! So much excessive horror nastiness! Sick as heck, but just hard not to watch! Throw in the gorgeous women, and you’ve got a disgustingly beautiful horror flick!
I loved the Oli character – the king of swing – “Of course my horse”! And the gang of young boys that want gum! So weird! I also liked the whole Europeaness of the film – the location, language, and overall feel of it! Lent a big piece of realism to it all.
My negative rant is that I wanted to know more about the town, and the people, and the “why” of it all. I know money is part/most of it. But I wanted to know why.
Serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever.
It’s not scary. It’s not funny. It’s not stylish. It’s not suspenseful, exciting, thrilling or chilling in any way. It’s not intelligent enough to even be viewed as some warped social commentary. It’s not ambitious enough to do anything other than present gratuitous T&A and gore in the dullest manner imaginable. Hell, it’s not even entertaining. What it really is is an exercise in being completely and utterly pointless aside from presenting violent scenarios and nude women in third world countries with unlikely silicone enhanced bodies. The “plot” involves a trio of students (two Americans and a foreigner) vacationing in Eastern Europe who eventually stumble upon a pay-to-slay type business that specializes in making your sickest dreams come true (i.e. customers paying a high price to get to slaughter a real live person). And I am using the world “eventually” because it takes around an hour for this movie to get to the real horror content. First we have to sit through an excruciating hour dedicated to the juvenile frat boy antics of characters who stay wasted on booze and drugs and pay hookers for sex. A whole hour of this crap.
Our “heroes” are stupid, irritating, immature, one-dimensional and thoroughly unlikable. By the time their lives are in danger, you could care less what happens to them. I know I didn’t. I was actually rooting for the generic, anonymous bad guys to tell you the truth. To make matters worse, this film has a tacked on ending that tries to let the sole survivor enact his vengeance. These scenes are absolutely ludicrous and riddled with coincidence. Certain characters just happen to be at a certain place at the right time. Hey, there’s three of them now crossing the street right in front of me just as I’m trying to escape the town! Well what do you know? How bout I run ’em all over! There’s another one who happens to be on the same train as me as I’m leaving the country! Well I’ll follow him into the bathroom… etc. etc. etc. The end.
This movie is absolute garbage from start to finish. It’s nothing new or interesting. There is some gore, but it’s pretty much what’s expected and nothing too shocking for anyone who has already sat through films like Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Dawn of the Dead. Director Eli Roth may be 35 years old, but his brain functions at the level of someone 20 years his junior based on his juvenile screenplay and uninspired direction. Roth himself later claimed he made this film “to show Americans’ ignorance of the world around them” and in the process only ended up showing his own ignorance when it comes to film- making. Absolutely the pits!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min), 1 hr 33 min (93 min) (cut) (Philippines)
Director Eli Roth
Writer Eli Roth
Actors Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eythor Gudjonsson
Country United States, Czech Republic
Awards 6 wins & 14 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Arricam ST
Laboratory DeLuxe (color), Barrandov Laboratore, Prague, Czech Republic (film processing)
Film Length 2,500 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)