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.

Director:

Scott Spiegel

Writers:

Michael D. Weiss (as Michael Weiss), Eli Roth (characters)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kip Pardue ... Carter
Brian Hallisay ... Scott
John Hensley ... Justin
Sarah Habel ... Kendra
Chris Coy ... Travis
Skyler Stone ... Mike
Thomas Kretschmann ... Flemming
Zulay Henao ... Nikki
Nickola Shreli ... Viktor
Derrick Carr Derrick Carr ... Mossberg
Frank Alvarez ... Mesa
Evelina Turen ... Anka (as Evelina Oboza)
Kelly Thiebaud ... Amy
Tim Holmes ... Beardo
Barry Livingston ... EHC Client for Mike
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Storyline

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. Written by Official site

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Taglines:

Do You Feel Lucky?

Genres:

Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody sadistic violence and torture, sexuality/nudity and pervasive language | See all certifications »

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Trivia

There were meant to be many viral marketing tools attached to the film including a collection of QR codes that would, if scanned, give exclusive content. You can see one at 1:9:26. Because of the film's reception from test audiences, the marketing campaign was dropped, and if you scan the code now the result would just show up as "top left 8." See more »

Goofs

When the group pick up the groom-to-be at the beginning, his golf bag has a long, loose strap that his friend puts over his shoulder. The camera then cuts to him from a different angle and not only is he holding the bag by a short handle but the entire long strap has disappeared. See more »

Quotes

Scott: You do this to your own fucking friends?
Carter McMullen: When it comes to pussy, I have no friends!
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Crazy Credits

At the very end of the credits, the line "The house always wins" is repeated. See more »

Connections

Follows Hostel: Part II (2007) See more »

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Village
By Nathan Barr
Courtesy of Screen Gems, Inc.
Under license from Sony Pictures Music Group
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Not as bad as people would make you believe!
4 February 2012 | by djkbeeSee all my reviews

Let me start by saying I'm a huge fan of Hostel 1 & 2 along with the Saw franchise etc. OK so i first saw Hostel 3 available in my local Tesco store on DVD. I couldn't believe my eyes... another Hostel film?! Why hadn't i even heard about this. Being an avid IMDb user i immediately looked it up when i got home and was gutted to see so many bad reviews about it. I was instantly put off and thought "ok i won't bother with this one." Hearing Eli Roth had not directed it either was a major blow to me and i instantly forgot about it. A few days later i came across a Hostel DVD box set of all 3 movies for a tenner. I was gob smacked seeing that 3 had only just recently come out and was £13 in my local Tesco store! I snapped up the box set off of Amazon and thought well at least iv'e got all 3 of them for a tenner and one day i might watch part 3.

When the box set arrived i still didn't check out part 3 due to the bad reviews i have heard and the amount of slating going on about it. It was a week later on a boring rainy afternoon that i thought what the hell let's see how bad this really is. I said to myself i'll watch half hour and if it really is that awful i will turn it off and never go there again.

Hostel 3 in my opinion given the chance will keep you watching beyond the half hour point. The movie opens up with a twist fairly near the start that i didn't see coming for such an "awful" movie. I actually really enjoyed the first half hour and didn't think about turning it off. The first say 45mins of the film is all leading up to that big first kill... i expected a kill a lot sooner but never the less the story and build up kept me hooked.

The first kill was Hostel worthy without a doubt.... I've seen this first kill get slated on other reviews saying it was unrealistic or not gory enough etc I disagree and think it would meet the needs of those looking for that Hostel style kill.... i say no more about that.

My gripe is with Hostel 3 is that i wish Eli Roth had directed it... if he had taken this idea on and executed it his way then i wouldn't have found the 2nd half of the film as disappointing as i did. I loved the first half of the movie and the first kill but it seemed to go a bit downhill from there. The second kill was weak in my opinion and it's the twists and turns in the movie's second half that kept me interested rather then the kills. I gave this movie an honest 6 but i did enjoy it. It's hard when your competing against the first 2 Hostels but i certainly think it deserves more then 5 for the effort. The storyline is engaging, there's twists and turns you wont see coming and there's a gory kill (the first one). I think the ending along with the second half of the movie was a let down gore wise and after all this is what Hostel is supposed to be about... imaginative gory kills. But don't completely write it off as i did. It's deffo worth a watch if your a Hostel fan. ;0


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Release Date:

27 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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Hostel: Part III See more »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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