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Writer/director Eli Roth builds on the success of his 2005 box-office hit with a second - and even more controversial - helping of horror that will leave many viewers feeling queasy and uneasy.
American students Beth (Lauren German), Whitney (Bijou Phillips) and Lorna (Heather Matarazzo) discover that life's cheap in Slovakia when they are sold to wealthy, depraved, sadistic businessmen, with a taste for torture. Lorna wakes up naked, gagged and hanging by her ankles. Whitney almost escapes, but her reprieve is short-lived. Beth fights back with the same passion for life that kept Paxton (Jay Hernandez) alive in the first instalment. This time money talks and Beth bargains her way to freedom: her life for Stuart's.
While dead-eyed Eastern Europeans kidnap to order, their effusive American victims scream their hearts out - it's a giddy mix, and one that's earned Roth kudos with the horror fans who can't get enough of the "plausible slasher" championed by Saw.