Love a horror movie and a spectacle.
Eli Roth’s best film. Not only a great sequel to Hostel that enriches the world-building, but a horror movie that works entirely on its own. It is stylish and horrifying, unspeakably nasty and ultimately satisfying. There is one sequence (you know the one) that is possibly one of the most insane kills in a mainstream horror film ever and somehow the movie got away with an R rating against all odds and reason. Having said that, I don’t think the…