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First let me say this was a fantastic movie. I just can't get enough of this revenge murder tortureporn.
Jemma Dallender was absolutely phenomenal in this movie. I think she deserves an Oscar.
The revenge scenes were definitely worth the wait but I felt they were missing something compared to the creativity of the last ISOYG. Although we finally get to see what happens when one of the bad guy's family jewels are inserted in a vise and clamped as tight as it will go. Oh you know you want to see it!
I will patiently await ISOYG 3.
This was all the blood and gore one could reasonably ask for in an hour and 20 minutes but without the inconvenience of being frightened by scary bits and without having to pay real close attention to know what's going on.
Plus, if you've ever wondered what a head would look like after the face has been sheared off by a malfunctioning car window, you need to watch this movie. I think the special effects were great. Acting not so bad either. Go Detroit!
The lead actor (or only actor, really) who I never heard of did a fantastic job and persuaded me to stick it out to the end.
The problem for me is that the entire movie takes place inside of a jeep grand cherokee and I really needed some more in the way of sets and scenery.
I don't think it was a bad ending and I don't feel like it left the viewer hanging but throughout the whole movie you will be yelling at the guy telling him to do what he ultimately does after an hour and 25 minutes.
All in all, it didn't have enough blood, violence, horror or suspense for me.
If you picked up on the obvious fact that nobody has 3 thumbs then you will probably pick up on all the really cheesy, fake, technical inaccuracies that make this movie more sci-fi than anything else. If you're into old jalopies engaging in a demotion derby then you might find a few watchable scenes in this movie. If not, find something else....Read more
I gave it 30 minutes and would have to concur with the other reviews! There is a reason nobody gave this over 2 stars.
Think of those late night soft core movies they air on cinemax but instead of romancing, they're into murdering. It really is that cheesy and that unwatchable.
A really good movie. Suspenseful, lots of blood, some violence and a realistic quality to it that none of the other outbreak movies have... The whole government is coming to help you thing that all of those other movies have but in reality it would probably go down more like the way it does in this movie.
I don't want to spoil it for you but think Katrina.
I have two complaints about this movie.
Both have already been mentioned.
1.) It's hard to understand what they are saying. Not sure if that's because of their accent or because the audio quality was really bad and it was hard to hear. Huh!? Whajasay?!
2.) I get that this isn't a horror movie, but if you're going to make us sit through 2 hours of it, at least show us some goshdarn blood and gore. I mean, that's why most of us are watching this movie. It's not because we want to see a comedy and get a few laughs, it's because we want barf bag-filling graphic murder scenes.
But for crissakes, leave animals out of this. That scene 41 minutes in was an effective way to show us who these characters are but the rest of the movie didn't deliver. So when you're watching this movie and there's a dog on your sofa sitting next to you and you get to that scene and think that might be the time to turn it off, do yourself a favor and turn it off. You're really not missing anything after that point. Go watch "I Spit On Your Grave" if you want to see it done right.
... and I was disappointed at how very little of that there was in this move.
The opening scene would lead one to think this movie was going to live up to the hype but it didn't. People called this the film "you can't unwatch." But this film was indeed very, very forgettable.
The storyline was good and had so much potential but I was hoping for a shocking, disturbing, jaw dropping and scary movie and it didn't deliver. Was this film a censored version? I dunno. It had only two mutilation scenes, the ankle scene and her who-ha part. Was there supposed to be more than that?
As for the sex scenes, with the exception of the opening scene, I've seen more graphic sex scenes in romantic comedies. Not that we'd really want to see willem dafoe's late 50's body in too much detail anyway but that's what I was wanting to see!
If you want to see people get brutally and mercilessly hacked and butchered and killed in other creative ways, look at other titles. This was boring and the 70's style special effects didn't do much to captivate my interest. Plus it was a little too sci-fi for my tastes.
This didn't even show the toddler's brains splattering on the pavement or anything. It just faded to white. One poster wrote they had to keep pausing the movie to breath so they wouldn't vomit. Oh puhlease! I really don't know what everybody's going on about. Yaaaawwn.
The device came in a plain white box with no documentation and no mention of where to obtain any.
Luckily I knew about Google. Even still, I couldn't get the device to work with the settings give to me by my voip provider. Then it got bricked somehow and wouldn't reset. The UI is kind of a mess.