Continuity mistake: After all the rich people bid on the girls, they cut to an American talking on the phone to someone. A school bus pulls up outside and his kids get up from the table with their school things and head for the bus. A few moments later the bus pulls away, yet you never see the kids get on the bus. The door to the bus is in plain sight at all times and when the bus pulls away you see no other door that they could have used.
Trivia: Director Eli Roth wanted to use the same child actors for the "Bubblegum gang" that were in the first film. While he was able to use some of them (including the "lead" member), a number of the child actors had began to have growth-spurts in between films and no longer looked the same, and thus had to be recast.
Trivia: The woman who bathes in the blood of one of the lead characters was inspired by the story of Countess Elizabeth Bathory, a female serial killer who lived from 1560-1614. She was accused or torturing and killing numerous victims, and her crimes lead to the creation of a false myth that she would bathe in the blood of her victims in order to maintain a youthful look.
Question: The original Hostel film had 3 different prices (can't remember them exactly but it was one price for local, slightly more expensive for Asian and very expensive for American). However this film sends pictures to clients' phones and starts an auction. Anyone know why this one is different when it's supposed to be the same operation?
Question: When the blonde woman is showing clients a photograph of Whitney and asking if anyone wants to kill her for a cheap price, she shows it to a cannibal guy who is eating a man tied to a table. I just wanted to know if this man being eaten is the same man that Whitney danced with at the festival and then Beth stops her from sleeping with him because she was too drunk. It looks a lot like him, but I wasn't sure because I originally thought he was helping the bad guys get the girls to the factory.jenn_s_h85
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