Two pairs of metal handcuffs from Eli Roth’s 2005 gory, twisted horror, Hostel.
When three backpackers learn of a Slovak city that will make their hedonistic dreams come true, they jump at the chance to go. However, little do they know that they are heading towards their worst nightmare.
These handcuffs and others like them were used throughout the film as a way to restrain the torture victims, as well as being used for set dressing. They can be seen securing and shackling both the victim’s hands and feet.
The handcuffs are entirely made of metal and do not require a key to lock them. Instead they pivot in several places to open and close smoothly in one motion.
They exhibit some minor wear from production use and storage, including scuffs and scratches, but despite this they remain in a good condition.
Materials: Ferrous Metals.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.