No Tell Motel Vacancy is an 8 Movie Collection from Mill Creek Entertainment has an MSRP of $19.98.
Vacancy stars Luke Wilson (Old School), Kate Beckinsale (Underworld), Frank Whaley (Broken Arrow), and Ethan Embrey (TV’s Sneaky Pete). When a couple’s car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, they are forced to spend the night at the only motel around, with only the TV to entertain them until they discover that the low-budget slasher videos they find in the very room were all filmed in the very room in which they’re sitting.
Identity stars John Cusack (Gross Pointe Blank), Ray Liotta (TV’s Shades of Blue), Amanda Peet (TV’s Brockmire), and John Hawkes (The peanut Butter Falcon). Ten strangers with secrets are brought together in a savage rainstorm at a desolate motel. Relief is finding shelter is quickly replaced with fear as the 10 travelers begin to die, one by one. They soon realized that, if they are to survive, they’ll have to uncover the secret that has brought them all together.
Hostel Directors Cut stars Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad), Derek Richardson (TV’s House), and Eythor Gudjonsson (Hostel Part II). Presented by Quentin Tarantino will and directed by Eli Roth, Hostel is a shocking and relentless film in the tradition of Saw about two American backpackers in Europe who find themselves Lord in as victims of murder for profit business.
Hostel Part II Director’s stars Lauren German (TV’s Chicago Fire), Roger Bert (Bayou Tales), Heather Matarazzo (The Princess Diaries), and Bijou Phillips(Almost Famous). This is shocking and gruesome sequel about the underground torturing ring where rich businessmen take the torture and murder victim.
Terror At Wolf Inn stars Linda Gillen (Black Rain), John Nielson (Judge and Jury), and Arthur Space (TV’s Walking Tall). Single student returns to her dorm room at the class and discovers she is the winner of an all expense paid vacation to the red war in. Before she can share her good fortune with her parents, she and two other girls are whisked away to begin the vacation of a lifetime. One of the guests suddenly disappears, the young women doesn’t believe the explanation the old couple who run the inn gives her concerning the strange goings on at the Red Wolf.
It Happened At Nightmare Inn stars Aurora Bautista (Octavia), Judy Geeson (31), and Esperanza Roy (Stamos Okupa2). Two spinster sisters run a small inn that caters towards young foreign female tourists. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to the sisters that rises up to punish the young women they deem immoral. Many a traveler comes to stay but never end up leaving the inn. When the sister of one patron comes in search of her missing sibling, it threatens to expose the truth behind the inn and its owners.
The Devil’s Nightmare stars Erika Blanc (The Prize), Jean Servais (The color of the Sea), and Jacques Monseau (Michaella). A busload of tourists is forced to take refuge at a castle due to a blocked road and inclement weather. The Baron and staff of the castle welcome the visitors but do not reveal to them the curse over the household. It seems that Satan has control over the estate and demands the new visitors be sacrificed to him in the form of the Seven Deadly Sins.
Legacy of Blood stars John Carradine (Jack-O), Merry Anders (TV’s Gunsmoke), and Rodolofo Augusta (The Eagle).
An aged millionaire passes on and leaves his four children his large fortune. According to his will, the four heirs must spend one week at his estate in order to split up the fortune. If any of the heirs leave or die before the week is out, the remaining children will receive the money and if all the heirs are gone, the servants will gain the inheritance. Once everyone has arrived at the estate and settled in, strange things begin to happen and the heirs begin to turn up dead. Who is killing them and can the remaining heirs find out before it’s too late?
My Opinion: I enjoyed the movie vacancy, identity, hostel, hostel2 are very scary and kind of makes you wonder about all when you want a vacation to think twice and be alert. Not a fan of really old movies so other 4 were not my favorite but ok.
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