- 1 hr 34 min
The movie starts out with 3 young seemingly collegiate students just going on an after High School eurotrip. Soon stumbling into a hostile situation, when ironically enough staying in a Hostel for the duration of their lives. From the beginning of staying at the Hostel things seem to take a very dark turn for the worst. A member had gone missing, leaving his other two friends believing he had ran away or just got to blacked out and passed out some where. They were very wrong, as they come to find out towards the latter part of the movie. At about the halfway point through the movie, the partying gets the two left in some trouble. Not police or law trouble but they find themselves chained up to chairs, mouths stuffed with a bondage gag. Letting the two try and figure out what has happened to them. They both soon find out when the doctor of sorts walks through their doors. So as the story goes, the two kids are chained up and tortured. One is killed by the twisted torturing and one lives. Just about at this point we find out what happened to their lost friend. He had been kidnapped, tortured and killed. So, the one who lives some how escapes from a faulted torture attempt, finds an interesting tattoo that his torturer had, realizing that the people who had kidnapped him and his friends and had tortured them, were all part of an elaborate, human hunting club. Basically, people had bid on certain humans they had wished to torture, who ever paid the most would get to torture them. So our survivor, frees some one he had met on his trip into Europe and they escape to a train station. Where his side kick ends up killing herself, and our survivor ends up boarding the train. He then realizes one of the passengers on the train is one of the killing club's customer. Disgusted and out for revenge, he sneaks into the bathroom where this man is and murders him right there on the train! It then unfortunately cuts, leaving room for a sequel, and questions about what happens to our survivor. This movie is rated R, and is definitely not for the faint of heart.