I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (18)
D: Steven R. Monroe
Anchor Bay/CineTel (Lisa M. Hansen & Paul Hertzberg)
US 🇺🇸 2010
W: Stuart Morse [based on the 1978 screenplay by Meir Zarchi]
DP: Neil Lisk
Ed: Daniel Duncan
Mus: Corey Allen Jackson
Sarah Butler (Jennifer), Jeff Branson (Johnny), Daniel Franzese (Stanley), Rodney Eastman (Andy), Chad Lindberg (Matthew), Andrew Howard (Storch)
An incredibly unpleasant remake of the 1978 exploitation film which was surely disgusting enough, but alas, following the Saw films and other gore-porn horror movies, you can never have too much rape and violence it seems.
The plot is practically the same. A young female writer is alone at a cabin in the woods to work in solitude when she is brutally gang raped by a group of locals only to serve her revenge in an equally vehement way.
Performances aside, this really is a revolting film to watch and doesn't really add anything that wasn't in the original film, aside from being far more in-your-face with the violent scenes of rape & revenge and even longer scenes of the lead actress driving her car throughout the first ten minutes of the film.
You could say that it could do with losing 10-15 minutes off the running time, but I think it's a remake that shouldn't have been made at all.