Cabin Fever director Eli Roth skips the humor of his freshman feature and goes straight for the jugu... read morelar in this unrelenting scare-fest about a pair of libidinous American backpackers seeking cheap thrills in the European countryside. Their carefree college days close behind and the responsibility of the real world looming ever closer on the horizon, Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton (Jay Hernandez) strap on their backpacks and prepare for a stratospheric last hurrah of booze, babes, drugs, and debauchery halfway across the globe. It's during a visit to Amsterdam that the pair meets up with raucous Icelandic backpacker Oli (Eythor Gudjonsson), and after the three globe-trotting thrill seekers catch wind of a Slovakian city whose male population has dwindled as a result of civil strife -- leaving the ladies ready and willing to accept any male companionship that might turn up at the local hostel -- the trio quickly beats a hasty retreat to the out-of-the-way oasis. Upon check-in, the trio is greeted by a bevy of beautiful locals and is quickly convinced that the hedonistic hideaway is indeed the real deal. Hazily awakening the following morning to find no trace of backpacking buddy Oli, Paxton chalks his former traveling companion's disappearance up to capriciousness and prepares for another day of debauchery, despite Josh's rapidly elevating sense of unease. Now trapped defenselessly in a foreign land without any means of escape and no way of anticipating the unimaginable hell that lies ahead, the pair is plunged into a torturous netherworld where the screams of the damned fill the air with dread and the warm rays of the sun are little more than a fading memory. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Is it just me or is that these movies are just boring to watch? Well during the reign of the torture porn genre which got started by Saw(which is a better movie than this). Director Eli Roth a
Reviewed 3 months days ago
(The first three quarters of the movie consists largely of this, with the last quarter reserved for torture and murder.) Hostel Part II, here I come.
Reviewed 14 months days ago
Feels so wrong to like this as it's fundamentally about a secret torture chamber where rich people pay for the privilege of killing innocent tourists (who have been
Pruitt Taylor Vince,
Vatel director Roland Joffé teams with screenwriters Larry Cohen and Joseph Tura to adapt an origina... read morel story by Cohen concerning a fashion model (Elisha Cuthbert) and her chauffeur, who are kidnapped and held captive by a sadistic serial killer. Jennifer Tree (Cuthbert) is America's sweetheart; a top fashion model and ubiquitous cover girl who is adored by millions, Jennifer possesses all of the wealth and power that comes with being a natural, world-class beauty. Every girl wants to be Jennifer, and every man wants to have her -- one more than all others combined. That man has been lying in wait for precisely the right moment to strike, and when Jennifer makes the fateful mistake of stepping out on her own at a Soho charity event, he finally sees the opportunity to take possession of his most prized object. Drugged, taken, and placed in a cell, where she is forced to endure unspeakable mental and physical torture, Jennifer struggles against her twisted tormentor with every ounce of courage and fight that she has -- but will it be enough for her to endure should her captor continue to maintain the upper hand? A controversial film long before it ever went into wide release, Captivity caused quite a stir when graphic, unapproved ads for the film appeared on billboards and taxicabs in New York and Los Angeles. Though representatives from Captivity's releasing company After Dark Films claimed that the wrong materials were shipped to the printers and put up before they realized what had happened, public outcry was such that the MPAA saw fit to suspend the ratings process for the film. As a result, it quickly became apparent that Captivity would fail to procure an MPAA rating before its original target release date. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
the only decent torture porn horror film I've seen.
Reviewed 8 months days ago
Creepy torture porn flick with an easy to expect conclusion.
Reviewed 3 years days ago
. I am so sick of torture movies that try to imitate films like Hostel, and Saw. The torture scenes that they did have
Ashley C. Williams,
Two American college girls become the subjects of a sadistic medical experiment while on a road trip... read more across Europe. Invited to a party by a handsome waiter, Jenny and Lindsay are en route to the festivities when their car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Desperate, they decide to seek help on foot, eventually coming across the home of a retired surgeon named Dr. Heiter (Dieter Laser). Dr. Heiter is internationally renowned for his work on separating conjoined twins, but these days he's using his surgical skills for something entirely different. His goal is to create a human centipede by removing his patient's kneecaps, and sewing them together, mouth-to-anus. The only thing preventing Dr. Heiter from carrying out his experiment is a lack of human subjects. When Jenny and Lindsay arrive on his doorstep, Dr. Heiter enthusiastically begins prepping for surgery. The first installment of a two-film story arc, The Human Centipede was quickly followed by The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
It surely is like nothing you have ever seen before. The story is grotesque & the visuals are hard
Reviewed 23 months days ago
If you like you're torture porn ie Saw, etc then you'll love this... One extremely messed up film!
Reviewed 16 months days ago
. Thankfully, it's only an hour and a half long, so it's a not-so-torturous movie about torture.
Michael Reilly Burke,
After a stint in prison, Arkin (Josh Stewart) finds employment as a handyman. But Arkin decides to r... read moreob his boss in order to repay his ex-wife (Daniella Alonso). Venturing to his employer's remote country house to make the heist, he soon finds himself -- as well as the boss' family -- at the mercy of "The Collector." This masked menace turns the house into a maze of fiendish traps. Only Arkin's wits offer any hope of escape from gruesome death. This bloody, visceral entry in the "torture porn" genre is the directorial debut of screenwriter Marcus Dunstan, whose previous credits include Feast and Saw IV. ~ Robert Silva, Rovi
. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was on the edge of my seat. I don't go for torture porn. I don't consider this in that vein. Love the star( he's JJ's husband on Criminal Minds
Reviewed 11 months days ago
. It turned out to be much more entertaining that just another torture porn flick. Juan Fernandez does an excellent job of playing a shark like, dehumanized, psych
Reviewed 10 months days ago
pecting layers of plot or something really smart but it sets up the movie well enough to get to the torture and sadistic mayhem.
The acting in this movie isnt bad. The man who plays Arkin (the main c