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I Spit On Your Grave 2 secures a director and synopsis

10.17.2012by: Ike Oden
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When news first broke that a sequel to the I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE remake was in the works, I wondered to myself "How can the same sh*t happen to the same girl twice?" Based on the new synopsis for the sequel, the producers also considered this and decided the next round rape and revenge will involve a whole new set of characters.

I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2 is said to focus on HOLLY, a Missouri farm girl who moves to New York in hopes of perusing a modeling career. Looking to update her profile for the big city, she meets three brothers who rape and torture her. They supposedly flee to another country where they bury her alive. She survives, like in the first, and exacts her violent revenge.

Steven R. Monroe, director of the remake, will be returning to direct this second entry, which is written by SAW IV co-writer Thomas Fenton. Monroe got pretty good critical marks for his work on the remake, so I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2 will probably keep the same standard of quality. While I admire Meir Zachari's 1978 original to an extent, my natural aversion toward cinematic torture and rape kept me away from the 2010 version (same goes for the LAST HOUSE remake). Which leads me to ask-- are any of you roughy-exploitation fans out there up for another Day of the Woman, or is this sequel completely unnecessary? Talk back with your opinion below... 

Extra Tidbit: Sarah Butler (above) took the Camille Keaton role in the remake. Word on the street is she gave a great performance...

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5:55PM on 10/17/2012
Monroe handled a difficult task well in the first movie. He will do so again most likely. Furthermore, ISOYG-2010 had some real intelligence to it, and I anticipate another smart underlying social comment in the sequel. Monroe has my vote of confidence.
Also, from classic myth to today's cinema, our culture keeps telling and re-telling the rape-revenge story. Why do we do that? Why does this rape-revenge story keep mattering from era to era and generation to generation? I think that any
Monroe handled a difficult task well in the first movie. He will do so again most likely. Furthermore, ISOYG-2010 had some real intelligence to it, and I anticipate another smart underlying social comment in the sequel. Monroe has my vote of confidence.
Also, from classic myth to today's cinema, our culture keeps telling and re-telling the rape-revenge story. Why do we do that? Why does this rape-revenge story keep mattering from era to era and generation to generation? I think that any culture needs its tales of terrible warning. It needs to discuss the taboo--even if in fictional and synecdochal form. And, a people need to see monsters punished, and the need to understand how monsters are created.
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5:14PM on 10/17/2012

Hell yeah!

The I spit on your grave remake was fantastic! Better than the original in my opinion. I am definitely down for a sequel, especially if the same talented crew is behind it again.
The I spit on your grave remake was fantastic! Better than the original in my opinion. I am definitely down for a sequel, especially if the same talented crew is behind it again.
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1:29PM on 10/17/2012

I liked the remake...

but not sure a sequel to it is required. Remember TCM:The Beginning?? A Prequel to a Remake??
but not sure a sequel to it is required. Remember TCM:The Beginning?? A Prequel to a Remake??
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10:45AM on 10/17/2012
Is there even an audience for the remake of I Spit On Your Grave?
Is there even an audience for the remake of I Spit On Your Grave?
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