After being followed up by an indirect sequel and then finding its head on the remake chopping block, the original I Spit on Your Grave is going to be the next horror film to receive the retrospective documentary treatment. Read on for details!
Released in 1978, I Spit on Your Grave is of course one of the most talked about and controversial horror movies of all time, centering around the brutal rape of young writer Jennifer Hills, who exacts ample doses of bloody revenge on her attackers.
Presented from the unique point of view of Terry Zarchi, director Meir Zarchi’s son, the documentary will tell never-before-told stories about the production, and star Camille Keaton (pictured with Terry Zarchi above) is attached to appear in it.
“Growing up with I Spit on Your Grave has inspired me to tell the story behind the story,” says Terry. “This is perhaps the most misunderstood film of all time, and Camille Keaton’s involvement will shed some light on the many questions still surrounding the film.”
Will we finally find out whose luscious rear end was pictured on the infamous poster for the film? Only time will tell!
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