I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine


Action / Crime / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 92%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 7200


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Sarah Butler as Jennifer Hills / Angela
Michelle Hurd as Detective Boyle
Gabriel Hogan as Detective McDylan
Harley Jane Kozak as Therapist
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665.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
P/S 12 / 38
1.38 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
P/S 8 / 21

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by trashgang 7 / 10

doesn't offer a new thing but is still gory at moments

This one picks in on the remake from 2010. I wasn't really satisfied with the remake because it went completely over the top. But here Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) is back under another name. Being in therapy with a group who all were involved in rape she slowly turns back into her bad habits, going out to kill the rapists.

It takes a while before she goes berserk and you will see the best, read gory, parts of the 2010 version. When her new girlfriend is being killed by her ex-boyfriend it's time to search the guys responsible. The first kill is the one you will remember the most because she goes for a blow but not with a happy ending for the guy. From there on it's a bit of the same as in the 2010 version. Except that we do have a little message hidden throughout the movie itself. The victims aren't the ones being helped by the authorities.

It's so weird to see Sarah turning into a sickie, especially towards the end when she thinks all men are the same, have been talking to her and in fact have seen her again the day before I watched this flick at a convention.

Does this flick offer anything towards the franchise, to be honest it doesn't but t is still worth picking up.

Gore 2/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 25/5 Story 2,5/5 Comedy 0/5

Reviewed by jtindahouse 4 / 10

A real shame

The first two entries in this remade series have been absolutely brilliant. So when I found out the director of the first two Steven R. Monroe wasn't going to be returning I was very disappointed. Wow what a difference a director can make. R.D. Braunstein takes over the helm for the third installment and things just completely fall apart. Admittedly he's been handed an absolute dud of a script by first time screenwriter Daniel Gilboy, but still a better effort than this would have been nice.

I was glad to see Sarah Butler returning to her role because she was absolutely perfect in the first one. I suspect she didn't read the script though (or agreed before it was even written), because all this one did was completely ruin the character originally created. The format is completely changed, which is not necessarily a bad thing, a third one done exactly the same might have been pushing it, but if this was the best alternative they could come up with then things should have just been left as they were after two.

The dialogue is terrible, especially from the police officers. At one point a female officer walks into a rape support group and starts deliberately teasing a man about the pronouncement of his name. This was absolutely shudder-worthy and unfortunately only one of many instances like it in the film. Every character is unbelievably annoying (yes even 'Jennifer Hills') and consequently where the first two films did such a good job of creating sympathy for the lead character and utter despise of the villains, that's non-existent this time around. An absolute misfire that should never have been made.

Reviewed by 2fresh 2clean 4 / 10

What Happened?

Because Sarah Butler starred in the first remake of "I Spit On Your Grave" and me not knowing this installment of "I Spit On Your Grave" had a different director from the first two I went into this one thinking it was going to be as good as the first or at least a little better than the second, I was wrong. While not perfect, the first was an absolute thriller. It had the edge of your seat thrill a horror/thriller should have. To me this installment was different, which isn't a bad thing, but it didn't have that simple straight up revenge is a dish best served cold attitude about it like the first one had. I think in horror/thriller films like these, when you start adding things it takes away from what the film is really supposed to be. If there were more violent and gore revenge scenes it probably would have been a better film. Perhaps they'll make a fourth installment starring Jemma Dallender and get back to the basics.

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