- Dec 26
- Anchor Bay SPITS ON YOUR GRAVE this January
- Posted by Deljhp - 26/12/10 at 08:15 PM
Nothing like some extreme horror to spread some Christmas cheer, and news that the remake of Meir Zarchi’s 1978 shock horror I Spit On Your Grave is coming to the UK next month via Anchor Bay, may (or not) offer the perfect antidote to all that fun. Director Steven R. Monroe revisits Zarchi’s cult exploitation classic, with the remake that managed to ignite controversy all over again. To get it’s 18 (NC-17) certificate, a total of 43s had to be cut, due to…
Company was required to make a total of seventeen cuts during three separate scenes of sexual violence in order to remove potentially harmful material (in this case, shots of nudity that tend to eroticise sexual violence and shots of humiliation that tend to endorse sexual violence by encouraging viewer complicity in sexual humiliation and rape). Cuts made in accordance with BBFC Guidelines and policy.
I Spit On Your Grave opens in the UK Jan 21st.
Synopsis: Seeking some peaceful solitude in which to complete her latest novel, Jennifer Hills (brilliantly played by relative newcomer Sarah Butler), a beautiful young writer from the city, rents an isolated cabin in the southern backwoods. Her presence attracts the attention of a group of locals who, sparked by a combination of lust, jealousy and damaged pride, subject Jennifer to a gruelling nightmare of humiliation, mental torture, physical abuse and rape before leaving her for dead in a nearby river. But Jennifer isn’t dead. Having taking time to recover from her ordeal, Jennifer returns to exact eye-for-eye (and then some) vengeance upon her tormentors. Trapping each of her attackers one by one, she inflicts brutal acts of physical torment upon them with a grimly inventive and clinical ferocity that equals and even surpasses that which was inflicted upon her.
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