April 13, 2010
 

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The EyeWonder Film Festival Proudly Presents the Lion's Gate Entertainment production of "HOSTEL."

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Okay, we admit it. There's something secretly delightful about covering EyeWonder's work for horror movies. They give us enough chills to remember them vividly, but enough fun stuff about them to remember that "it's only a movie" (Note to self: it's only a movie, it's only a movie, it's only a movie...).

There is simply no question that "HOSTEL" is one of the most bizarre films ever made. We're frightened and attracted to Quentin Tarantino all at the same time. This is, to quote HorrorWorld, one "sick, twisted, disgusting and absolutely brilliant film."

Yet it's also educational; almost medical school-esque. For example, it puts a whole new spin on the way we look at body parts!

Plot Summary

Paxton, Josh and Oli are backpacking across Europe and are in Amsterdam where they get locked out of their youth hostel. They are invited into a man's house where he tells them of a hostel somewhere in eastern Europe where the women are all incredibly hot and have a taste for American men. When they get there, everything is too good to be true.

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EyeWonder HOSTEL Unit

The unit created by Lion's Gate with EyeWonder opens to an invitation to roll over to see the trailer. You can replay it, turn on/off the audio, check out Showtimes, look at the gallery and select AIM icons.

From there you're into the HOSTEL site where you can spend hours if not days. You learn, among other things, that the film is based on a true story. Take a look below and check out all the nooks and crannies Lion's Gate has in store for you.

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Then, if that's not enough you can read little bedtime stories by country along similar HOSTEL plot lines. Along with that, knowing Tarantino's sick sense of humor, he also included a few hysterical site links (www.humanforsale.com) which help you calculate your open market value should you get sold into slavery on your next vacation. Something to think about if you're short on cash next time you're in Eastern Europe. Hmmm... time to update that passport.

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Hostel's Director Eli Roth is no stranger to the horror genre. According to IMDB, Beginning his film career shooting super 8 films at the age of eight, after watching Ridley Scott's "Alien," he decided he wanted to be a producer/director. Roth made over 50 short films with his brothers and friends, even before attending film school at N.Y.U., where he won a student Academy Award.

Click on to Hostel and buy it now! Or better yet, ping us your Email us and possibly win the DVD, courtesy of EyeWonder.

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