Hostel

Hostel (2005)

Revealing mistake: Before Paxton is hit with the 3 prong instrument, you can see the bloody holes already on his shirt.

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amycamille1975

Continuity mistake: In the end scene in the train station, Paxton is tailing the Dutch businessman to the toilet. As he turns to go down the flight of stairs, there is a girl in a white jacket and blue jeans carrying a white bag and going downstairs behind the Dutchman. As the scene continues two seconds later, further down the stairs from the opposite angle, we see the same girl magically appear walking in the opposite direction going up the stairs.

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Seujiro

Continuity mistake: When the main character has his fingers cut off with the chainsaw, you can see that three fingers (His pinky, ring and middle finger) get cut off. But in the next shot when you see his hand, and for the rest of the movie, he is only missing two fingers - his pinky and ring finger.

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Trivia: In the second youth hostel they visit, people are watching TV. The movie they are watching is Pulp Fiction, directed by Quentin Tarantino, who is one of the producers of this film.

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Trivia: Director Eli Roth makes a cameo as the American customer wearing a Boston Red Sox jersey in the Amsterdam coffee shop who is laughing at his friend struggling to take a hit off of a bong.

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wizard_of_gore

Trivia: We see the American businessman that mistakes Paxton for another customer, hit himself in the head a few times with his gun. He actually hit himself so hard that he was bleeding for several hours.

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Question: At the very end of the movie, just before the credits stop rolling, we hear Natalya's line, "I get a lot of money for you, and that makes you *my* bitch". Sounds to me like a filmmaker's joke on the audience (meaning, he's making money 'cause people are watching his picture). Does anyone know what this really was intended to mean? Any official words about it from Eli Roth or his crew?

Chosen answer: This is actually a reference to both Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino's experience with the same hooker. After both Tarantino and Roth "had" the same call girl without either of them knowing, the hooker replied to both of them as she left their separate rooms, "I get a lot of money for you, and that makes you MY bitch. Hence, the opening line for the trailer. Both of them had a big laugh during the premiere.


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