Eli Roth is at it again his second Europe-set gore fest. Hostel was the most violent movie I had ever seen. There were images in that movie that made me almost sick to my stomach. But that was the point of the movie. Long ago, some people sat around a table and said "Let's make a genre of films that will keep people thinking about them all night, a movie that will really f**k with the audiance." And the horror genre was invented. Hostel not only accomplished this, but set a new standard for brutal horrors. The sequel does this also, but not as well as the first one. Hostel: Part II did many things right; it gave you a new scenario, with new characters and more sadistic torture, while sticking true to the first movie. However, there were a lot of cheesy moments. Unfortunately, the annoying, violent little children from the first movie return for the sequel. Basically, it breaks down like this: If you like horror, watch this. If you don't, don't. Simple as that. As for parents, it's brutal. Should your children watch it? NO.