How Many Hostel Movies Are There? is a question that we get a lot. We love the Hostel movies and appreciate all the gore.
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The first hostel movie- “Hostel”
The first hostel movie- “Hostel” was released in 2005 and directed by Eli Roth. It starred Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, and Eythor Gudjonsson. The film tells the story of two college students who travel to Slovakia for a semester abroad, where they are lured into a hostel by a seemingly beautiful woman. They soon find themselves imprisoned and subjected to torture by the hostel’s twisted owners.
The film was produced on a budget of $4.8 million and grossed over $19 million at the U.S. box office. It received mixed reviews from critics but was praised for its gruesome violence and suspenseful plot.
A sequel, “Hostel: Part II”, was released in 2007 and directed by Roth again. It starred Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo, and Bijou Phillips. The sequel follows a group of female college students who travel to Slovakia for a semester abroad, where they too are lured into the same hostel as the first film’s protagonists. They are then subjected to torture and murder like their predecessors.
The sequel was not as well-received as the first film but still grossed over $8 million at the U.S box office on a budget of $10 million.
The third and final installment in the series, “Hostel: Part III”, was released direct-to-video in 2011. It starred Kip Pardue, Brian Hallisay, and Sarah Habel. The plot follows a group of men who are attending a bachelor party in Las Vegas and end up getting kidnapped and taken to the same Slovakian hostel as in the previous two films.
The third film was universally panned by critics and is considered one be one of the worst films ever made. It grossed just $186,617 at the U.S box office on a budget of $6 million
“Hostel: Part II”
The “Hostel” franchise consists of three movies: “Hostel,” “Hostel: Part II,” and “Hostel: Part III.” The first movie was released in 2005, and the second and third movies were both released in 2007.
“Hostel: Part III”
“Hostel: Part III” is the third and final installment in the “Hostel” franchise. The film was released in 2011 and stars Kip Pardue, Brian Hallisay, and Skyler Stone. It was directed by Scott Spiegel and written by Michael D. Weiss.
The plot of “Hostel: Part III” revolves around a group of friends who travel to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. However, their fun weekend takes a deadly turn when they are targeted by a group of wealthy killers who enjoy hunting humans for sport. “Hostel: Part III” was met with negative reviews from critics but was a box office success, grossing over $17 million worldwide.
There are at least four movies with the name “The Dorm,” and they all fall into the horror genre. The first two were released in 2006 and 2007, and they both take place in college dormitories where strange things start happening to the students. The third “The Dorm” was released in 2014, and it’s about a woman who starts having strange nightmares after she moves into a new apartment. The fourth and most recent “The Dorm” was released in 2016, and it’s about a group of friends who use a Ouija board to contact the spirit of a girl who died in their dorm room.
The Roommate is a 2011 American psychological thriller film directed by Christian E. Christiansen and starring Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet, Danneel Harris, Matt Lanter, Toby Hemingway, Jessica Lucas, and Aly Michalka.
The film follows Sara Matthews (Meester), who is involuntarily paired with a dangerous roommate, Rebecca Evans (Kelly), at college.
The Roommate was released on February 4, 2011.
In total, there are four movies in the Hostel franchise. The first movie, “Hostel”, was released in 2005. It was followed by “Hostel: Part II” in 2007. The third movie, “Hostel: Part III”, was released direct-to-video in 2011. The fourth and final movie, “The Housemates”, was released in 2014.
The Roomies is a 2016 American comedy film directed by Christian Cook and written by Cook and Bret Easton Ellis. The film stars Logan Paul, KJ Apa, Peyton List, Halston Sage, Lauren Cohan and Charlene deGuzman. The film was released on October 28, 2016, by Lionsgate Premiere.
“The Roommates” is a 2015 American comedy-drama film directed and written by Stephan Currency. The film stars India Eisley, Mirando Otto, Billy Zane, Elliott Gould and Cory Hardrict. The film was released on June 12, 2015, by Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions.
Roomies is a 2004 Philippine television series broadcast by ABS-CBN based on the 2002 Filipino youth-oriented series of the same name. The show ran from January 19 to March 26, 2004 for only 60 episodes (airing everyday at 4:30pm).
There are three hostel movies that I know of: “The Roomies”, “The Roommates”, and “Roomies”.
The Dormitory is a 2006 American horror film directed by Chris Schiller and starring Eriko Tamura, Nicole Bilderback, and Meghan Ory. It is the first in the Hostel series of films. The plot follows a group of friends who, while vacationing in Prague, are lured into staying at a hostel whose guests are being killed for their organs.
“The Hostel Life”
“The Hostel Life” is a 2006 American independent horror film written and directed by Eli Roth, and starring Jay Hernandez. The plot concerns young backpackers who are lured into a Slovakian hostel, only to find themselves the victims of a sadistic game.
This film was followed by two sequels, “Hostel: Part II” in 2007 and “Hostel: Part III” in 2011, both of which were directed by Roth.
“Living in a Hostel”
“Living in a Hostel” is a subgenre of films that typically follow the lives of young people who live in communal living situations, such as hostels or dormitories. These films often focus on the relationships and interactions between the residents, and the challenges and tribulations that come with living in close quarters with other people.
Hostel movies often explore themes of friendship, love, and coming of age, and are usually set in unique or interesting locations. While there are many films that could be classified as “hostel movies,” some of the most popular and well-known examples include “The Breakfast Club,” “Dirty Dancing,” “The Hangover,” and “National Lampoon’s European Vacation.”