Provided three separate DVD commentaries for Hostel: Part II
(2007), a solo commentary, a commentary with the actors, as well as a commentary with executive producer Quentin Tarantino
2 Interviews |
5 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
David Kaufbird | Eli R. Roth | Alois von Eichberg
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
I don't think of myself as a horror director. I'm a director who has made horror movies. I understand why people say that, but I directed a thriller and I did 20 animated shorts before I made "Cabin Fever," so I don't even think of myself that way.
He spends every summer at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, New York. Roth claims that the beautiful old hotel, built in 1869, is a continued source of inspiration for scary ideas. Other guests of the mountain house include Roth's favorite writer Stephen King
His classical orchestral score. Roth prefers the "classical" style of filmmaking, and scores his films with classical instruments. His one use of electronic music was a conscious choice for his "Grindhouse" trailer "Thanksgiving" to parody the era, but for his features Roth uses classical music. His favorite scores are "Psycho," "Jaws," and "The Shining," as well as Angelo Badalamenti's music, ...