MTV caught up with Eli Roth at the MTV Movie Awards where he revealed some tidbits about the upcoming film Hostel 2. Here are some excerpts from the article:

"I'm writing Hostel 2 for girls - it's going to be three girls this time," he revealed. "They're studying in Italy for the summer, and they get lured, and they go back to ... well, we're going to go back to a lot of familiar places."

Through the existence of this Italian hostel, Roth plans to reveal that the Slovakian stopover from the first flick is actually part of a chain - kinda like a Motel 6, but with decapitations instead of a continental breakfast.

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"It's all part of the organization; they've got the whole thing set up all over the place, and they have different scouts," Roth said. "We're going to learn a lot more about how it all works. In Hostel 2, you're really going to see the ins and outs of the whole organization and how they get people and kill them.

"And there will be plenty of blood and torture," he added with a sadistic grin. "I can tell you that."

Hostel didn't leave a lot of actors' story lines open for sequel possibilities, but Jay Hernandez did survive - at least, most of him did. Roth happily reported that Hernandez's Paxton has been written into the film and will be encountering the three girls in Italy.

"Jay has a few less fingers, so it might be difficult for him to blend in," the director said. "But yeah, he's not out of the woods yet."

Roth's script begins the moment the original Hostel left off, a tribute to the similarly timed second chapters of his beloved "Halloween" and "Porky's."

"Hostel 2 is going to start literally with the next cut, and you're going to see [Paxton] at the same time. You'll see that he's totally messed-up from the experience. It's completely wrecked him, and his life is in ruins."

Hernandez will express his mental collapse in some of the tossing-and-turning scenes Roth is composing.

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