Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
I Spit on Your Grave
It's Date Night
A remake of the 1979 controversial cult classic, I Spit on Your Grave retells the horrific tale of writer Jennifer Hills who takes a retreat from the city to a charming cabin in the woods to start on her next book. But Jennifer's presence in the small town attracts the attention of a few morally deprived locals led by Johnny, the town's service station owner, his two co-workers, Andy and Stanley, who along with their socially and mentally challenged friend Matthew, set out one night to teach this city girl a lesson.
I don't take orders from a fucking woman!
Sarah Butler plays Jennifer Hills, a writer that happens to look like an 18 year old lingerie model. She needs seclusion to finish her crap novel so she decides the best thing to do is rent a log cabin, that looks like $300,000 house, in the middle of Bumfuck Nowhere. Apparently they don't rent log cabins in reputable parts of the United States.
The neighboring community to this cabin consists of three assholes, a…
The gratuitous nature of the rape scene, used only to create a motive for revenge, make this one insulting piece of crap. This does not empower women, it exploits them, no matter how much gore you throw at us afterwards.
Uncomfortable to watch? Sure. Infuriating? Most definitely.
A strange choice of a film to remake, but a slicker and more satisfying version of the archetypal rape/revenge sub-genre flick. I can understand that not sitting well with folks but nevertheless, both times I've watched this (I know), I enjoy the revenge. Elaborate and nasty. A film of two halves, or as many would say, "tonally all over the place".
Like that last guys face. All over the shop.
I found this to be a truly disturbing movie and had difficulty finishing it. The reason I found it difficult to watch is because I am a father of a girl and I couldn't stand seeing the horror which the lead actress Sarah Butler has to face. It touched me deep on a emotional level and made me genuinely angry. The only reason I finished this movie was to see how the perpetrators would get their due. That part at least was highly satisfying.
I love the kills especially the bath scene.
This film doesn't have a single decent aspect to consider, no matter how much I think and try to find one. The worst of all is that I already expected something like that when I read the synopsis. But there I was looking for something easy to watch on Netflix, something that I didn't have to think so much or pay much attention. Suddenly I saw this interesting and familiar title and decided to give it a try - damn, how wrong can one man ever be...
I do not know why I do this to myself.
This time Unrated
Haven't seen the original so can't compare. This modern version is very graphic - even the hardened may not help wincing at some of the grotesque torture on display. But one thing to be said is that Sarah Butler is terrific, and the males are truly evil and really had it coming.
Way to graphic for me. Horror isn't my thing, but dragging out a rape scene for at least half an hour just goes a little to far for me.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A little over the top- but well crafted. Rape scenes are not as drawn out as the original, that's a good thing, but a lot of far fetched ideas make it more about pertaining to please the audience. Torture scenes were a little too much in the end.
It's not a bad production for such a horror, but I take no enjoyment from a group of men sexually torturing a girl. Her revenge was okay to watch though, but its extremely gruesome and it makes for a very sick film.
I Spit on Your Grave (2010)
Starring:Sarah Butler,Daniel Franzese, Chad Lindberg,Jeff Branson,Rodney Eastman,Andrew Howard, Tracey Walter,Mollie Milligan,and Saxon Sharbino
Directed by Steven R. Monroe
ITS DATE NIGHT
This of course is the remake of the 1970's exploitation film that for reasons I don't know has a cult following.
The Film is about a young female writer who is raped in the woods by a couple of hillbillies and is left for dead. However she survives and exacts her revenge by finding sick,twisted and prevented ways in killing them. And I got to say I hated every second of this film.
In this remake less time is devoted to her revenge then it is too,verbal,psychological and physical abuse.People give this…
Like the original film, I Spit On Your Grave is brutal, graphic, and well-acted. However, we get far less time devoted to our heroine and more time to know our villains, whom we could never feel anything but apathy for anyway. As a result, the film is more graphically violent, but less emotionally connective.
"You know what they do to horses that can't be tamed, Johnny? They geld them."
In the run-up to "I Spit on Your Grave II", I sat myself down and watch this one first. I'm not sure I'm going to watch the second part after this experience. In my opinion it's not really a horror film. It is rather a revenge movie visualized in a very explicit and confrontational manner. This film is a remake of the original film from 1978, which I have never seen and so I can't make a comparison of this remake and conclude if it was a successful remake or not.
The first part of the movie is awful and hard to get through. They…
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