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I Spit On Your Grave 2 finally finds a writer in Saw scribe Thomas Fenton

08.29.2012by: Jared Pacheco
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Did you guys have a chance to tap Steven R. Monroe's I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake? The going word for this thing was that it actually wasn't half bad. Regardless of whether you thought the flick sucked or not it seems it did well enough to warrant a sequel.

The guys over at Bloody-Disgusting just dropped some news regarding I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2. Apparently Cinetel have just tapped SAW IV scribe Thomas Fenton with the task of penning GRAVE 2. I can dig it I suppose.

Unfortunately Fenton's signing is the only news we've got regarding this sequel. We don't even know if Steven R. Monroe will be back behind the camera for this one!

Hopefully more details regarding I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2 roll our way sooner rather than later. In the meantime spit some bullets below and let us know if you're down for another I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE flick.


I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake star Sarah Butler
Extra Tidbit: Fenton also penned the slasher flick CHAIN LETTER.

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7:49AM on 08/29/2012
A Saw scribe is the right screenwriter for I Spit on Your Grave 2. Afterall, Jennifer Hills sets elaborate traps with macabre results that are meant to teach scumbags a lesson. She is some form of Jigsaw.

Also, I Spit on Your Grave invites a sequel. How did Hills survive her jump? On one hand, I do not want to know. The character is more witchy for somehow surviving and returning. On the other hand, her survival might have something to it worth knowing. For example, another character might
A Saw scribe is the right screenwriter for I Spit on Your Grave 2. Afterall, Jennifer Hills sets elaborate traps with macabre results that are meant to teach scumbags a lesson. She is some form of Jigsaw.

Also, I Spit on Your Grave invites a sequel. How did Hills survive her jump? On one hand, I do not want to know. The character is more witchy for somehow surviving and returning. On the other hand, her survival might have something to it worth knowing. For example, another character might have helped her out of the river and then shown her how to fight back. Furthermore, her tormenters had families. What became of those families? A person wonders. Also, in both the 1978 and 2010 versions, Jennifer has lost her fucken mind by the movie's end. Who does she become after her last act of revenge? Does she return to anything like a normal life? Does she become a hermit and witch out in the woods (Keaton's Hills might have in an unofficial ISOYG sequel)?Does she become a vigilante? The female vigilante is the central trope of a rape-revenge film afterall. Does she become a monster herself? I Spit on Your Grave does partially examine Hills loss of humanity both from the gangrape but also from her subsequent transformation. She resembles Paul Kersey in the original Death Wish that way (although Bronson is not raped; his wife and daughter are brutalized).

Death Wish and Death Wish 2 offer a lesson and warning for I Spit 2's script. This film can be a good sequel. But, it should not be simply exploitation of the rape subject matter. Death Wish 2 risked doing so. It lost much of the original film's power thereby. Also, Hills should not certainly again be raped. Perhaps, she takes revenge on someone else's behalf.

I await seeing where this script goes. The initial project excites a person at least. Now, we get to see the execution from screenwriter, producers, director, cast, and rating board (please, please, no PG-13 somehow).
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