The second chapter of the murder for money saga, and I hope to see a third one. This one picks up where it left of and cuts connections to the first like the Friday the 13th series. One survivor for the original, just to be killed ten minutes into the second movie. Brilliant. Following shortly after is a group of college girls taking a trip to prague for a getaway during a school break. Nothing short of gruesome and graphic, this film follows the tradition of the Elite Hunting Squad, and dives deeper into not only what they are about but also our favorite group of children.. The Bubblegum Gang. The main character is rich beyond what people could imagine, which saves her life in the end of the movie; let's just say she invests in the Hunting Company itself. In my opinion, not one expansion of character plot or specific dialouge bored me or led me astray from enjoying the film. It plugged in all the holes from the first Hostel chapter and answered pretty much all the questions I had when I left the theatre the first time. Also, the irony of the buildup from the bid in America to the actual job itself of killing the women that were won through bidding really won me over; how little nervous people end up being complete fucking maniacs when the right button is pushed. Anyone could amp themselves up about doing things, but when the weapon is put in their hands and the money has been payed.. Both men showed what they were truley capable of. Seeing the director of "Cannibal Holocaust" make a cameo as a killer who ate his victim while he was still alive opened my eyes so wide and made me crack up. Good shit Deodato. All in all, great sequel in my collection, and not at all a waste of time.
Drunk Italian: I knew you were a tease you fucking cunt.
Beth: What the fuck did you call me?
Drunk Italian: I called you stupid fucking American cunt!
Beth: Fuck you!
Drunk Italian: The train to fucking Prague is long you bitch! We'll come see you.