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As a bonus film for the 23rd day of #JDsSpookypalooza2021, we're concluding the Hostel trilogy with 2011's Hostel: Part Three. I've only seen this once before (A long time ago) and just really hated it so I was interested in seeing how it fared when watched back-to-back with the first two.
The film follows a bachelor party in Vegas as they come across the hunting club.
Although this begins decently with a subversive opening, Part Three really doesn't have a…
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Its day 23 of #JDsSpookypalooza2021 and we're continuing the gory franchise that is the Hostel series with 2007's Hostel: Part Two. I've always found this to be the best entry in the franchise because of the more interesting characters and the great, but still very disturbing, final act. I was interested in seeing if it would still end up being my favourite.
Part Two follows three female students as their holiday to Slovakia turns into a horrific nightmare.
Tis the 21st day of #JDsSpookypalooza2021 and the film tonight is VHS 94. Although I haven't seen Viral, I was a fan of the first two films so I was really excited when they announced this. It was even more exciting that a couple of really interesting filmmakers (Simon Barrett and Timo Tjahjanto) were also returning.
The film follows a police raid of a mysterious warehouse belonging to a cult where the police find dead bodies and several horrific tapes.…