This movie from Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino gave people a reason to stay stateside when traveling. how much blood was used in this horror movie? >> Posted 01.02.13 by Chris
Hostel and Hostel Part II writer-director Eli Roth has spoken out about his participation in the upcoming Hostel Part III before, but in case anyone misinterpreted Roth's comments, Roth clarified himself to Bloody-Disgusting.
I'm not involved in any way. Any information that says I'm a producer on it is false. I think they're shooting in August, but Scott Spiegel is the one who can answer all questions on the film. I wish those guys the best of luck and hope they come back with a great film, but I have nothing to do with it.
Hostel Part III takes the torture to Las Vegas, where a bachelor party learns what can happen when you don't book your trip through a trusted vendor. Spiegel will be directing from a script by Michael Weiss (The Butterfly Effect 2). Posted 08.02.10 by Ryan
If there's one thing director Eli Roth has taught audiences with Hostel and Hostel Part II, it's to be aware when traveling abroad. Bloody-Disgusting reports that Hostel Part III will bring the terror to the homeland — Las Vegas to be exact — where a bachelor party goes horribly wrong (it'll be like The Hangover, only with the possibility of decapitation). Sequel details and More from Roth Posted 07.03.10 by Ryan
After a two-year hiatus from directing, Eli Roth (Hostel) is back at the helm of a major motion picture with Endangered Species, his first sci-fi film. Roth, who is also writing the script, recently told MTV that he got some advice from his friend and mentor, Quentin Tarantino.
Quentin actually loved the draft and had some really great suggestions, so I'm tweaking the script. And I'm working out some visual effects tests, which is going to determine how I shoot it.
Roth first revealed he was working on the movie back in April, telling MTV that it was "along the lines of Transformers or Cloverfield ... with lots of chaos and mass destruction." Roth didn't say much more about the movie in the latest interview, but he did say that he owes a lot to Michael Bay, the director of both Transformers movies.
I actually saw Michael Bay the other night and I talked to him for half an hour about how much he inspired me to destroy things!
Roth expects to begin shooting next year, and said that no actors had been cast yet.
There are certain actors that I love and that I'd love to work with and certain people I have in mind. But it's easier for me to hone and finalize and get the script finished and then the method by which I'm going to shoot it and then the order, and then cast it. Posted 12.08.09 by BrentJS
Eli Roth is not as well known in front of the camera as he is behind it, but that will likely change once Quentin Tarantino's WWII revenge movie, Inglourious Basterds, opens next week. Roth wrote and directed the horror film Hostel, but steps into the spotlight in Basterds as Sgt. Donny Donowitz, a fierce Jewish Nazi hunter.
Roth's character, nicknamed "The Bear Jew" by the Nazis, specializes in bashing his enemies to a pulp with a baseball bat. To prepare to film such emotionally charged scenes, Roth said that he called on the memories of his deceased Jewish relatives and an unlikely source of inspiration: Miley Cyrus and the music of Hannah Montana.
I went back and forth thinking about my relatives being killed in concentration camps to listening to Hannah Montana.
You couldn't ever put me in a Hannah Montana concert with a baseball bat or I would wipe the place out.
Inglourious Basterds stars Brad Pitt, Mike Myers, Diane Kruger, B.J. Novak, and Julie Dreyfus. Posted 08.13.09 by BrentJS