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Exclusive: Camille Keaton BACK for First Official I Spit On Your Grave Sequel

Following up on this morning’s news, Dread Central has learned exclusively that Camille Keaton, who played Jennifer in Meir Zarchi’s 1978 cult classic I Spit on Your Grave (Day of the Woman), will be starring in the next film.

The project is now titled I Spit on Your Grave – Deja-vu and, as it turns out, is an actual sequel written by Zarchi that shares characters as well as continuity with his original 1978 cult classic Day of the Woman, aka I Spit on Your Grave. Chad Ferrin and Terry Zarchi are producing with Meir once again directing.

The project has nothing to do with CineTel Films or Anchor Bay.

Stay tuned for more as it comes.

Synopsis
Following her rape, Jennifer Hills wrote a best-selling account of her ordeal and of the controversial trial in which she was accused of taking the law into her own hands and brutally killing her assailants. In the small town where the rape and revenge took place, the relatives of the four rapists she killed are furious that the court declared her not guilty and resolve to take justice into their own hands.

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i spit on your grave - Exclusive: Camille Keaton BACK for First Official I Spit On Your Grave Sequel

Written by Steve Barton

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  1. Dont give a shit; the original was god awful. I have zero interest in these movies. I also hated the original last house and hills have eyes but I can at least respect them. I Spit On Your Grave is terrible.

    • Hills is a solid piece, though not without it’s pieces of irrational Craven lunacy plaguing every piece he touches save Nightmare where it works in context. That dog takes out waaay too many mutants. It’s basically Chainsaw in the desert. And not as good.

      • I hated Hills, though to be fair I’m not a Wes Craven fan. It’s weird because I LOVE hearing him talk about horror films, but outside of Elm Street 1 and the first two Scream films, I think the rest of his films are terrible, all the way from Last House to Red Eye. I never thought of it as a Chainsaw rip-off, but you’re right. Just one more reason I dislike it.

    • The remake was rather forgettable. Stuff happened, but that’s about it. The final dispatch was arguably the most humane one and that sure didn’t help it’s case either.

      • I liked it the first time I watched it. When I went in for a re-watch I was bored to tears. What really sunk it for me, and where I felt the second one greatly improved things, was in taking the girl out of the movie for the entire middle.

        We witness this horrible violation, and there’s no moments of her coming back from the trauma of that. It left me incredibly cold and took all of my emotional investment out.

        The second one is an uglier movie, but it doesn’t forget about this stuff. As such, I found it to be a much more satisfying revenge movie.

        • Honestly that was my first I Spit experience since I haven’t seen the original. I’ve never really sought it out. I just doesn’t seem like essential viewing to me, though I hear the kills are gleefully absurd. I suppose nobody has ever said to me “you haven’t seen the original I Spit?! You’re sure missing out!” Can’t say I feel like I am either. Then again, I’ve seen that one with the girl with the eyepatch and thought that was a brainless piece of filmmaking. The reluctant prostitute who was kidnapped or something. Can’t remember the title. The remake sure had it’s own set of problems even as it’s own film. Boring, uneventful, and unengaging is my statement.

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