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Hostel: Part III -- 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.


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Writers (WGA):
Michael D. Weiss (written by)
Eli Roth (characters)
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Release Date:
27 December 2011 (USA) See more »
Four men attending a bachelor party in Las Vegas fall prey to the Elite Hunting Club, who are hosting a gruesome game show of torture. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kip Pardue ... Carter McMullen

Brian Hallisay ... Scott

John Hensley ... Justin

Sarah Habel ... Kendra

Chris Coy ... Travis

Skyler Stone ... Mike Malloy

Thomas Kretschmann ... Flemming

Zulay Henao ... Nikki

Nickola Shreli ... Victor
Derrick Carr ... Mossberg

Frank Alvarez ... Mesa

Evelina Turen ... Anka (as Evelina Oboza)

Kelly Thiebaud ... Amy

Tim Holmes ... Beardo

Barry Livingston ... EHC Client for Mike

Danny Jacobs ... Middle Eastern Cabbie

Mike Eshaq ... Arab Client (as Michael Eshaq)
Rich Ronat ... EHC Collector #1
Don Richard ... EHC Collector #2

Joe Virzi ... EHC Guard #1
Michael Knight ... EHC Guard #2

Sam Brice ... Bouncer (as Samuel Brice)

Alicia Vela-Bailey ... Japanese Cyberpunk Woman
Jeanette Manderachia ... Bar Woman

Cassie Keller ... Topless Waitress

Gordon Michaels ... Hungarian Client
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nesti Gee ... Bar Man
Wendy Aaron ... EHC Operator (uncredited)
Rachael Adams ... Casino Waitress (uncredited)
Zoe Aggeliki ... Tina (uncredited)

Michael Bugard ... Elite Hunt Club Client (uncredited)
Ron Causey ... EHC Guard (uncredited)
Tiffani Elise Edwards ... Bachelor Party Guest (uncredited)
James Feaheny ... EHC Client (uncredited)

Michael Felsher ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Jacob Godzak ... EHC Client (uncredited)
Ron Heisler ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Aaron Helferich ... EHC Client (uncredited)
Demi Kazanis ... Casino Cocktail Waitress (uncredited)

Yukita Kusunoki ... EHC Client (uncredited)

Aine Leicht ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Bill Lumbert ... EHC Client (uncredited)
Jon Manthei ... Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
Jeremy Matson ... EHC Guard (uncredited)

Ari Rufino ... EHC Client (uncredited)
Steven Schoolmeesters ... EHC Gambler (uncredited)

Angelique Sky ... EHC Client (uncredited)
Joseph Smith ... EHC Guard (uncredited)
Nikki Smith ... Club-goer (uncredited)
Amanda Wright ... Gambler (uncredited)

Directed by
Scott Spiegel 
Writing credits
Michael D. Weiss (written by) (as Michael Weiss)

Eli Roth (characters)

Produced by
Chris Briggs .... producer
Rui Costa Reis .... executive producer
Mike Fleiss .... producer
Eliad Josephson .... executive producer
Scott Putman .... executive producer
Scott Spiegel .... producer
Original Music by
Frederik Wiedmann 
Cinematography by
Andrew Strahorn 
Film Editing by
George Folsey Jr. 
Brad Wilhite (1st Assistant Editor) (as Brad E. Wilhite)
Casting by
Dominika Posserén 
Kelly Wagner 
Production Design by
Robb Wilson King 
Set Decoration by
Sandhya Huchingson 
Costume Design by
Roger J. Forker 
Makeup Department
Nicholas Arthur .... special makeup effects artist
Shannon Bakeman .... key hair stylist
Brian Demski .... special makeup effects artist
Kevin J Edwards .... hair department head
Karri Farris .... key makeup artist
G.B. Jones .... special makeup effects artist
Robert Kurtzman .... special makeup effects
Jayne Laube .... makeup department head
Alan Tuskes .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Daniel A. Mondschain .... production supervisor
Scott Putman .... unit production manager
William Wohlken .... post-production supervisor (as Bill Wohlken)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Doug Carter .... second assistant director
Jeffrey F. January .... first assistant director
Art Department
Derrick Ballard .... set designer
Aaron Becker .... main & end title design
Derek Berk .... set dresser
David Boyd .... storyboard artist
Alec Chambers .... on-set dresser
Heathyr J. Clift .... assistant property master
Charles Findlay .... set dresser
Kim Fujiwara .... graphic artist
Lara Goetzl .... props
Laura Hinojosa .... set painting
Steve Hull .... construction coordinator
Kate J. Kogelman .... lead scenic
Greg Lester .... leadman
Tom Luhtala .... special props
Steven Maes .... graphic designer
Ronit Pinto .... set dresser
Brittin Richter .... property master
Kenneth Stanley .... carpenter
Philip Vaughn .... art coordinator
Perry Williams .... set dresser
Sound Department
Ronald Eng .... re-recording mixer
Ronald Eng .... supervising sound editor
Michael Faba .... boom operator
Michael Foxtrot Johnson .... sound utility
Kevin Nanaumi .... assistant sound editor
Willard Overstreet .... foley editor
Jessie Pariseau .... assistant sound post-production coordinator
Michael Piotrowski .... production sound mixer
Randy Singer .... foley mixer
Steve Tushar .... sound effects editor
Nick Offord .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Shane Lambert .... special effects technician
Dean Tyrrell .... special effects foreman
Robert Tyrrell .... special effects foreman
Russell Tyrrell .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
P.J. Foley .... visual effects producer: Dilated Pixels
Mark Hennessy-Barrett .... visual effects artist
Cyryl Koshyk .... visual effects artist (as Ciril Koshyk)
Chris E. Peterson .... visual effects artist
Ele Bardha .... assistant stunt coordinator
John Dixon .... stunt double
Cody Bo Kruger .... stunt double: Chris Coy
Dan Lemieux .... stunt coordinator
Marty Murray .... second assistant stunt coordinator
Chris Torres .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin L. Anderson .... grip
Brent Christy .... rigging electrician
Tommy Cooper .... electrician
Tom Cornell .... best boy grip
Chris Doherty .... electrician
Cooper Donaldson .... gaffer
Ryan Faulkner .... grip
Jule Fontana .... "b" camera
Alicia Gbur .... still photographer
Ian Henderson .... loader
Lawrence Henning .... crane technician
Robert B. Henning .... remote head operator
Kevin D. Hewitt .... steadicam & camera operator
Erik F. Hill .... grip
Kaoru Ishizuka .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Ken Jackson .... rigging electrician
Malcolm X. Johnson .... grip
Bryan Kimbel .... electrician
Brandon Kovatch .... electrician
Justin Lostutter .... rigging key grip
Parris Mayhew .... a camera operator: steadicam
Chris Miller .... rigging electrician
Howard Newstate .... rigging gaffer
Ted Nimz .... electrician
Brandon Paul .... electrician
Brian Posslenzny .... electrician
Scott Renkola .... rigging electric
Craig Riley Jr. .... dolly grip
James Rydings .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Jonathan Terpstra .... best boy electric
Erica Thurlow .... rigging electrician
Aaron Ulrich .... electrician
Jeff Urbanowicz .... electrician
Dave Wightman .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Devin Lyne Brown .... casting assistant
Ryan Hill .... extras casting director
Kathy Mooney .... casting director: Michigan
Janet Pound .... casting: Michigan
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Aline Hong .... key costumer
Pamela Hunt .... costumer
Claire Parkinson .... additional costumer
Amy Parris .... costume assistant
Bernadine Vida .... seamstress
Editorial Department
Bruce W. Cathcart .... on-line editor (as Bruce Cathcart)
Rob Randall .... colorist: dailies
Morning Star Schott .... digital intermediate producer (as Morning Star)
Location Management
Ronald L. Carr .... location manager: Las Vegas
Daniel Frederick .... location manager
Erica Hill .... location manager
Joseph A. Liuzzi .... location assistant
Tom Moisides .... location manager
Music Department
Boban Apostolov .... protools engineer
Georgi Hristovski .... sound engineer
Kier Lehman .... music supervisor
F.A.M.E.'S. Project .... orchestra and studio contractor
Hyesu Yang .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Wendy Aaron .... dot coordinator
James A Brandon .... driver: honeywagon
Collin Butrum .... picture car coordinator
Collin Butrum .... transportation coordinator
Demond Dickerson .... driver
Jonathon Isom .... transportation captain
Other crew
Nicole Agostino .... production assistant
James Bailey .... production assistant
Aaron Becker .... main & end title design
Peter Brannan .... production assistant
Trevor Carr .... set production assistant
Ron Causey .... stand-in
Pamela Chizema .... second accountant
Ian Courtney .... set production assistant
Sharon L. Craig .... production accountant
Paul Enebrad .... production assistant
Jonathan Focil .... assistant production office coordinator (as Jonathan Sanchez)
Aaron Galeotti .... production assistant
Michael Gardner .... additional set production assistant
Derek Genereaux .... craft services assistant
Benjamin H. Gordon .... assistant: Mr. Putman
Brian Hagerty .... stand in: Brian Hallisay/Chris Cole
Derrick Hanna .... production assistant
Jessica Heemskerk .... production assistant
Matthew C. Hicks .... production assistant
Tiaka Hurst .... unit publicist
Jeff Kotlarz .... stand-in: Kip Pardue
Joe Landry .... key set production assistant
Nicholas Lazarus .... accounting clerk
Nicholas Leone .... production assistant
Darcy Leutzinger .... lead armorer
Darcy Leutzinger .... weapons armorer
Christine Mahaney .... animal trainer
Debbie Pearl .... animal coordinator
Jacek Pulanecki .... production staff
Andy Rathburg .... body double & stand-in: Skyler Stone
Rene Santana .... double
Mark C. Schwarz .... stand-in
Nick Snow .... production assistant
Sophia Tapia .... payroll accountant
Paula McKinney Tucker .... script supervisor
Lana Waddell .... production assistant (as Lana Rivkina)
Jeff Warden .... production secretary
Neil Willoughby .... production secretary
James Wittenberg .... medic coordinator/set medic
Julie Adams .... dialect coach (uncredited)
Benjamin Benedetti .... post facilities manager (uncredited)

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Rated R for strong bloody sadistic violence and torture, sexuality/nudity and pervasive language
88 min
Aspect Ratio:
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The first film in the series to not have a theatrical release.See more »
Continuity: When the three male leads are "apprehended" inside Nikki's trailer looking for their friend Mike, Kendra smacks Conner across the face with the gun she is holding. In the ensuing scenes blood is seen seeping from Conners nose, scene changes, then it is gone, scene changes again and the blood has reappeared again.See more »
Amy:The problem is...
[pinning Carter's hands to the table]
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32 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
'The most sadistic show in town' as a laugh, 28 December 2011
Author: chaos-rampant from Greece

They could've gone two ways with this. One would be to keep churning 'em with a straight face like Saw did, so presume the whole plot still matters while the tacit understanding is that you're serving us a bunch of gruesome deaths once a year and we show up because we're curious cats. The other way, what they did, was to realize that everyone is waiting for you around the corner, every critic and fan in town, so you spring on us and take the p#ss of the whole thing yourself.

How to go about this? First get a pal of Sam Raimi's to direct, who had done a pretty wacky slasher some 15 years ago about a maniac in a supermarket and knows that a tongue may be pushed so firmly in cheek it bleeds, then recast the whole thing from the dingy basements of Eastern Europe to the dazzle of Las Vegas as a show that we have paid to watch.

The idea is lifted right off the Wizard of Gore remake from '07, but remains a clever little way of addressing us from our position as viewers. We have come to watch, knowing what it's about. We can get up and leave anytime. But most of us are going to sit for the duration, enjoying or hedging our bets.

The first kill is suitably Hostel-ish. The cringe-worthy of inevitable, horrible violence that we are powerless to stop, what was dubbed 'torture porn' when the iron was still hot. It's the only kill that reminds of Hostel, deliberately so. Chalk this one blood-curdling moment as a homage to Texas Chainsaw. Soon after we're inside a car and an escort girl - who knows what it means to bare yourself for a show - is again addressing us, that it's a show we're watching, pure make-believe.

The rest is increasingly zany stuff. The slutty girl dressed in a cheerleader outfit opens up for 'cock'roaches, the shot is a vaginal shot from inside her larynx. The show turns into hand-to-hand combat, with the victim released from his clutches to beat his torturer black and blue. Elsewhere a bodyguard equipped with a shotgun has apparently run straight into an axe. Another one can apparently survive multiple stabbings just so he can die a more gruesome death moments later.

It's dumb, preposterous stuff, but to a degree at least designed to be so. You can tell they were going for satire here meant to take the p#ss of their own torture show but were really lazy and uninspired about it, after all the guy is only Sam Raimi's pal. You can imagine a grimacing Bruce Campbell with the lawnmower whizzing above his head in the finale.

The only way the original Hostel had any power, is if you took the show serious enough to be offended. The only way this can, is if you don't. And no, this doesn't mean it's okay to watch with your 8 year old brother.

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