I Spit on Your Grave (2010)
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I Spit On Your Grave is a 2010 American rape-and-revenge horror film, and a remake of the controversial 1978 cult film Day of the Woman (better known by its re-release title, I Spit on Your Grave). It was directed by Steven R. Monroe and stars Sarah Butler, Chad Lindberg, Daniel Franzese, Rodney Eastman, Jeff Branson, and Andrew Howard.
A writer who is brutalized during her cabin retreat seeks revenge on her attackers, who left her for dead.
Why It Sucks
- The film has a lot more graphic material than the original did.
- The story is arguably even more boring than the original.
- Dull characters.
- It relies a lot on gratuitous violence and gore.
- The premise of this version of the original is copy and paste and even more bizarre than the original film.
- It was released thirty-two years too late, thus making it stale for a remake.
- Although the death scenes are creative, they're pointless.
- The cast looks bored out of their minds in certain scenes.
- The unrated cut is even more disturbing than the theatrical cut.
- Like Camille Keaton, Sarah Butler gives a good performance as Jennifer.
- The death scenes are more creative.
- The film was banned in New Zealand for the use of violence to forcibly engage in sexual acts.
Like with the original 1978 version of I Spit on Your Grave, Roger Ebert awarded the 2010 version a zero star rating. The film currently holds a 34% on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 3.1 out of 5.
The film only grossed $572, 809 against its $2 million budget and was declared a box office flop.