Watch I Spit on Your Grave
- 1 hr 48 min
"I Spit on Your Grave" is a 2010 horror film directed by Steven R. Monroe and starring Sarah Butler, Jeff Branson, and Andrew Howard. The movie is a remake of the controversial 1978 film of the same name and follows a young woman who is brutally raped and left for dead by a group of men, only to return for revenge. The film is set in a small town where Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler), a young writer, rents a secluded cabin to work on her latest novel. Jennifer is a beautiful and intelligent woman who attracts the attention of a group of local men who initially befriend her, but soon turn on her when she rejects their advances. One day, while Jennifer is out in the woods, the men attack and brutally rape her. They then leave her for dead, believing they have gotten away with their horrific crime. However, Jennifer survives and begins to plot her revenge against the men who hurt her. In a series of violent and gruesome acts of revenge, Jennifer takes on each of her attackers one by one. Without giving too much away, each man is punished in a way that is both disturbing and satisfying as Jennifer exacts her revenge. As the movie progresses, Jennifer becomes more and more brutal in her actions, and it becomes clear that she is haunted by her trauma and seeking closure. While the violence is graphic and unsettling, the film also poses deeper questions about the nature of revenge and justice. The performances in the film are solid, particularly from Sarah Butler who brings a level of vulnerability and intensity to her role as Jennifer. Andrew Howard and Jeff Branson also do an excellent job of portraying the despicable men who are responsible for Jennifer's trauma. Despite its controversial subject matter and graphic violence, "I Spit on Your Grave" is not just a mindless horror movie. It is a commentary on society's treatment of women, particularly in regards to sexual assault and victim-blaming. While the film is not for the faint of heart, it is a powerful and thought-provoking piece of cinema that should not be dismissed simply as exploitative. Overall, "I Spit on Your Grave" is a well-made and affecting film that is not easily forgotten. It is a movie that will make you uncomfortable, but it is also one that will stick with you long after the credits have rolled.