After a surprisingly strong remake, Steven R. Monroe delivers exactly the kind of bottom-feeding exploitation trash one expected the last time around.
Author and commentator Carrie Rickey has written for the New York Times, Film Comment and the Village Voice and has reviewed movies for the Philadelphia Inquirer. At the movies, have you ever…
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Superb Northern Irish scribe Owen McCafferty isn't fully on top of his game in this short, sad play about two aged Belfast laborers passing the time towards death in a London hostel.
Gorehound Eli Roth reasserts his position as leader of the "splat pack," an unofficial fraternity of directors dedicated to topping one another's stomach-churning antics, with "Hostel: Part II." His…
Yanks vacationing way South-of-the-border face a fate far worse than stomach cramps and diarrhea in "Turistas." This "Hostel"-with-a-tan-line is sure to soak up some counter-programming cash in a…
With a style as high as its body count, "Hostel" may become something of a classic among Fangoria magazine's readership, acolytes of George Romero and audiences who thought "Saw II" was for babies…
An investigative trip to a mysterious, isolated Basque hill town populated by eccentrics (and a fair sprinkling of lizards) becomes a mesmerizing and evocative experience for protagonist and viewer…
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