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Sexy New One-Sheet – I Spit on Your Grave Redux

A new asset has hit online today for Steven R. Monroe’s remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave, and we have a look at its finer points for you!

The redux stars Andrew Howard (Devil’s Chair, Blood River, Luster), Sarah Butler, Jeff Branson, Chad Lindberg (Push), Daniel Franzese (Killer Pad, War of the Worlds), Rodney Eastman (Joey in A A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors and A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4: The Dream Master), Saxon Sharbino, Amber Dawn Landrum, and Chad Lindberg (Push).

“A remake of the controversial 1979 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 who set out one night to teach this city girl a lesson.

They break into her cabin to scare her. However, what starts out as terrifying acts of humiliation and intimidation quickly and uncontrollably escalates into a night of physical abuse and torturous assault. But before they can kill her, Jennifer sacrifices her broken and beaten body to a raging river that washes her away.

As time passes, the men slowly stop searching for her body and try to go back to life as usual. But that isn’t about to happen. Against all odds, Jennifer Hills survived her ordeal. Now, with hell-bent vengeance, Jennifer’s sole purpose is to turn the tables on these animals and to inflict upon them every horrifying and torturous moment they carried out on her… only much, much worse.

Look for more soon! In the interim keep your eyes peeled to the official I Spit on Your Grave remake website.

Check out the artwork below.

Sexy New One-Sheet - I Spit on Your Grave Redux

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13 Comments

  1. Yeah no I’m not convinced. It’s going to be abysmal. Sub-par at best.

    But then again “Last House” remake was superior to the original but… no, this remake is going to suck so much balls.
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  2. I think this one might surprise us. Let’s hope. I’ll keep my nuts crossed.

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  3. I hate that first poster and the tagline, but this is definitely a step in the right direction. This and the fact that it’s being released unrated really has me thinking that maybe these guys have their heads in the right place.

  4. I just can’t find the interest in this one.

    Looks pretty forgettable. Even the poster is disappointing when stacked against the original’s amazing poster AND tagline.

    • I’ll be seeing it at Frightfest this year, but I don’t hold any major expectations for it. I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a relatively tame faux-shocker, but the remake of The Last House on the Left sucker-punched me there so I’m keeping my mind open.

      We’ll see….we’ll see….

      • The remake of Last House was VERY good, and the original is one of my favorites.

        I would say that if they had been able to drudge up an actor with enough revulsion to match David Hess’ Krug, it would’ve been a, gasp, better film than the original.

        This one though … I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

        • really? you thought the remake of Last House was VERY good? I mean, it’s better than a lot of remakes, but VERY good? It’s just so unbelievably forgettable…

          either way, this one looks abysmal

          • Yeah, I think it’s excellent.

            Really strong acting across the board (Tony Goldwyn is especially great) and with a script that wisely expands on the original concept.

            Love how gradual the parents’ revenge becomes, and the actors really explore the conflicted nature of their actions.

            The thing doesn’t shy away from the violence that makes the original such an unsettling film, either.

            Like I said, if they had somehow been able to find a better Krug, it would’ve eclipsed the original, but it, along with The Hills Have Eyes, are examples of remakes done right.

          • I thought the original ‘Last House on the Left’ was mostly awful except for some of the clever traps. The pacing and overall direction were clumsy as hell and didn’t suggest the talent Craven would display in his future efforts.

            The remake was generic and hugely forgettable. It was very Hollywood and wussed out in the typical bland way I have come to expect from American theatrical horror.

          • Anytime I hear someone say anything good about Craven’s LHOTL, I have to question their taste in film. I’ve defended Craven multiple times, but even I can’t stand that film. I’ll give you David Hess, but that’s honestly the only thing about that movie I can tolerate. Never saw the remake and hopefully never will.

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