Eli Roth, the director of the first and second installments of 'Hostel', has stated that he won't be involved in 'Hostel: Part III'.
Eli Roth has uttered that he has no intention to do "Hostel: Part III". To ShockTillYouDrop.com, the director of "Hostel" and "Hostel: Part II" explained on where he stands should the third film is being made. He stated, "If I started something and other people want to continue it, go for it. I'm just not involved in anyway."
Roth claimed that he has dedicated his life and works for the first two "Hostel" movies and was satisfied with how people responded. "I just said, 'I put everything in my life for three years into these movies. I've said everything I have to say with it. I feel very lucky I got to make them and the fans responded the way they did, and if you guys want to continue it, great, go ahead'," he recalled.
Though unwilling to be involved, Roth does not reject the idea of third installment for the horror movie, saying "There's no negativity about it." He also noted that he has no personal dislike of a sequel. "I think if it's a great movie," he said, "what's wrong with a great movie, whether it's #1, 2, 3, 4?" The director, who recently joined in the cast of Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds", further added, "If it's well-made film and it's entertaining and I got my money's worth, then I love it, I'm all for it."
"Hostel" and "Hostel: Part II" are horror movies from Lionsgate Films. The first film was released in January 2006, while the second one was released in August 2007. In both films, Eli Roth served as the director as well as the screenwriter. The two flicks which focus on delivering one frightening trip after another feature Jay Hernandez in the lead role.