Neither girl went on to establish a major film career, which means that they're mostly known or only know, perhaps for their nude scene in this film. I think that all Slovaks should feel offended. Paxton finds Natalya and Svetlana at a pub and asks them if they know where Josh is. A man in a nearby apartment, Alexei, invites them to stay at his place that night. This beautiful pair featured in Eli Roth's iconic horror movie, Hostel, of course, playing two gorgeous sirens - Natalya and Svetlana - whose job is to lure unsuspecting backpackers to their doom. Paxton enters another room and hides in the bottom of a cart filled with corpses, and severed limbs.
Paxton and Josh have sex with Natalya and Svetlana, while Óli leaves with the desk girl, Vala. Johann charges at Paxton with the chainsaw but slips onto the blood and gore caused by Paxton's severed fingers on the ground and severs his own leg during the fall. Though they're relentlessly wonderful to look at for the span of the movie, the most memorable scene in Hostel - and, indeed, the scene that the pair are best known for - occurs when heroes Paxton, Josh and Oli join them in the steam room. He enters another room and discovers Kana having her face and eye burned with a blow torch by the American client. The torture chamber scenes were filmed in the abandoned wing of an old hospital.
After severing two of Paxton's fingers with a chainsaw, Johann unintentionally removes his restraints as well. When the train stops in , , Paxton follows him to a public restroom and throws the Elite Hunting card under his stall. Growing concerned over his whereabouts, they are later approached by a Japanese girl named Kana, who shows them a photo of Óli and her friend Yuki, who has disappeared as well. That night, Josh and Paxton are slipped.
Hostel won the 2006 Empire Award for Best Horror Film. He also meets an American client, who mistakes him for another customer, and picks up his gun. Josh wakes up in a dungeon-like room, and is approached by a man who drills holes into his chest and legs. They arrive in the and visit a nightclub in , but get kicked out for fighting.
Natalya tells him that Josh and Óli are visiting an art exhibit, and she agrees to take him there. Once aboard, Paxton hears the voice of the Dutch Businessman. A guard enters the room but Paxton fires two shots at him, killing him instantly and escapes from the cell. The man removes his mask, revealing himself to be the Dutch Businessman, and tells Josh about his failed dream of becoming a surgeon.
The girls are naked except for a couple of towels around their waists, and it's quite a sight to behold. My film is not a geographical work but aims to show Americans' ignorance of the world around them. It stars and was produced by , Eli Roth, and Chris Briggs; , , and are executive producers. He then takes the elevator to the top floor and enters the dressing room, where he changes into business clothes, and finds a business card for the Elite Hunting club, an organization where rich people pay to kill and mutilate tourists.
Paxton begs in German to be let go. They arrive at an old factory, and Paxton is horrified to find Josh's mutilated corpse being stitched together by the Dutch Businessman. . While driving, Paxton sees Natalya, Svetlana, and Alexei, and runs them over, killing them. Paxton and Kana make it to the train station but, after seeing a reflection of her disfigured face, Kana leaps in front of an oncoming train and kills herself.
After finding her teddy bear in the restroom she was supposed to be in, the Dutch Businessman searches for his missing daughter unaware that Paxton's train has just left. The next morning, they are confused to see that Óli hasn't returned, and they are unable to contact him. Later the group receive a video from Óli who told them he went home but they find it strange and unusual for him. The three board a train to Slovakia, where they encounter a strange Dutch businessman who touches Josh on the leg. Following the event they visit in a. A butcher takes the corpses to the bottom floor to be incinerated, and Paxton bludgeons him with a sledge hammer.
Jean-François Rauger, a film critic for , a French newspaper, and programmer of the , listed Hostel as the best American film of 2006, calling it an example of modern. He then breaks into the stall and nearly drowns the Dutch Businessman in the toilet, but allows him to see his reflection before slitting his throat and killing him. Meanwhile, Paxton wakes up the next morning and returns to the hostel. The tourist board of Slovakia invited Roth on an all-expenses-paid trip to their country so he could see it is not made up of run-down factories, ghettos, and kids who kill for bubble gum. Paxton is then ambushed by thugs and dragged down a hallway, passing by several rooms where other people are being gruesomely tortured.
He convinces them to visit a hostel in filled with desperate, beautiful women. Josh stumbles back to the hotel room, while Paxton passes out in the disco's storage room. He is brought to a cell, where he is restrained in a chair and joined minutes later by a German client named Johann. Roth was offered to direct many studio films, mostly horror remakes such as , , and a film in the , among several others, but turned them all down on advise from Tarantino, who suggested he make an original horror film.