I Spit On Your Grave (2010) 2010 NR CC

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UNFORGIVING. UNCOMPROMISING. UNMERCIFUL. UNRATED. The 1978 original version of I Spit On Your Grave was reviled, condemned, and banned around the world for its on-screen depictions of depravity and violence. Now experience the acclaimed remake that dares to go even further.

Starring:
Sarah Butler, Jeff Branson
Runtime:
1 hour 49 minutes

Available in HD on supported devices.

I Spit On Your Grave (2010)

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Steven R. Monroe
Starring Sarah Butler, Jeff Branson
Supporting actors Andrew Howard, Daniel Franzese, Rodney Eastman, Chad Lindberg, Tracey Walter, Mollie Milligan, Saxon Sharbino, Amber Dawn Landrum, Michelle Tonjes
Studio Anchor Bay Films
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I thought this movie was very well made and acted.
Erik
I never finished The Hills Have Eyes, didn't care to even see the seconds one, nor did I watch Last House on the Left at the beginning.
G. Babb
Not a bad movie, but the original did a much better job making it's point than this one.
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447 of 516 people found the following review helpful By Jack McAllan on November 26, 2010
Format: DVD
The worst comments I see with regards to this movie come from both sides of the remake debate. Some argue that it should never have been remade because they are fans of the original. Other argue that it shouldn't be remade because of the concept.

If the concept offends you, pick up your opinions, there's the door - now leave! Don't turn around, just go! I've had enough of the 'it's bad because it's a rape movie' bull. If it's not your cup of tea, so be it! I probably feel as strongly against 'Sex & The City' but you don't see me shooting those fans down because of taste!

Okay, am I good to continue now?

So you're either a fan of the original, new to this movie, or just interested.

Good!

If you're a fan of the original, then I honestly can't tell if you'll like this movie. I HATED the original. I felt it had a very good premise that was poorly executed and in the end just came across as offensive (by the way, I'm female). I thought the concept was good but the manner in which the protagonist went about her revenge was stupid! If a woman has been raped, the very last thing she'd ever be comfortable doing is stripping off in front of the very men who raped her, no matter what her end objective may be! At this point the original made me angry. There's only so much believability I'm willing to sacrifice when I watch a movie - and I'd had enough.

So when I heard this movie was being remade, I was actually quite intrigued. Again, I believed the premise was a good one and I was hoping a new writer and director could do it justice.

They sure did, and some!

The rape scene is brutal and it is hard to watch. However, at the same time, it's not as bad as some make it out to be. I felt it was a perfect balance.
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Format: DVD
With the resurgence of exploitation films, we've really brought some unpleasantly vicious movies into the mainstream. Some are good, some are not--just like any genre--but what is fascinating to me is how commonplace they now seem. When I was growing up, pictures like the original "I Spit On Your Grave," "Faces of Death" and "Last House on the Left" were considered vile films and they had to be discovered. A largely underground, low budget, and independent film community had to support these controversial, malicious films. In many ways, they represented a rebellion against conventional entertainment. However, by today's standards these films, while certainly grim, are relatively subdued compared to the graphic torture, violence and gore that delight audiences at the local mall.

Designed to provoke audiences, one thing is certain--few people will be ambivalent about the new incarnation of "I Spit On Your Grave." I know people who think it's terrific AND I know people who think that it is repellant. Just the latest example of the growing market I like to refer to as "torture cinema," ISOYG will have very few viewers straddling the middle ground. While the original film played to the time it was released--there was almost a female empowerment message in the retribution scenario--this new version eschews a specific societal context. Much more gore oriented than its predecessor, it feels distinctly less real. That is either good or bad depending on your vantage point. The amateurish quality of the original lends it a gritty realism that actually works in the film's favor. Combined with Camille Keaton's surprisingly effective performance, the film had the flavor of something that could actually happen.
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 23, 2011
Format: DVD
This remake of I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE surprised me. It's actually better than the original! Sarah Butler is outstanding as the pivotal victim-turned-avenger. She is more believable and fierce than her predecessor. Though I was never sympathetic toward her attackers, their various demises did make me wince a couple of times, especially the "garden sheers" and "shotgun" scenes! Yikes! I still despise rape scenes, but at least they're more condensed in this version. As with the reboot of LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT, ISOYG 2010 is a fantastic update, and worthy of several viewings...
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By wade on June 17, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Hmmm! after watching the first I Spit On Your Grave back at a local drive-in early 70's, i was a little dubious that a remake would come even close to a classic revenge film.. But i must say that this remake may be even better than first film staring the most beautiful camille keaton. I and some buddies of mine left the drive-in holding onto our manhoods hoping that they were still there?? The 2010 remake surpasses the first one by far. the most beautiful and talented sarah butler did a fantastic job with her acting in the newer version. A lot of the scenes in the newer version were a little hard to watch as to what these scumbags did to this innocent girl, but when she takes revenge on these lowlifes, they finally get what they well deserved. the sheriff in this film was equally just as bad gets what's coming to him also. Seeing this cute and innocent girl being molested and stripped was enough to make anybody squirm in their seats. You can tell she is traumatized by what happens to her when she wanders through the woods half naked in a stupor. but when she regains her mental state of mind... ahh revenge comes quickly and deadly. i found myself wanting to yell at her.. cheering her on when she takes revenge on these sick scumbags. considering the perverse storyline and graphic nature of the film, i think all male and female actors did a quite remarkable job portraying their characters. I can really say that after watching this movie it sticks in your memory and makes you wonder about what people would do if presented with the same sort of circumstances. after watching this remake i now am interested if there will be a newer film with sarah butler and some of the same actors, maybe with a little less graphic stuff. overall a great film, and one sure that will long be remembered.
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