OK, I’ll admit to it, I downloaded the workprint of Hostel Part II after seeing it tonight at the premiere. I could have done so even earlier and had a review up, but I think reviewing a workprint of a film is like telling your mom her cookies suck after you eat some of the batter. Not only is it not fair, it’s just fucking rude. Especially when it comes to horror films, a proper soundtrack is essential to the film’s effectiveness. Carpenter showed Halloween without the music, and got rejected by every studio there was. Then he added his legendary score, and the same folks who said it stunk said it was the scariest movie they had ever seen.