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First Look at Official ‘I Spit On Your Grave’ Sequel, ‘Deja Vu’!

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First Look at Official ‘I Spit On Your Grave’ Sequel, ‘Deja Vu’!

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of one of the most controversial films ever made, Bloody Disgusting learned that the official sequel to Meir Zarchi’s 1978 cult classic I Spit on Your Grave (Day of the Woman) will be released next year.

In fact, we have your first ever look at I Spit on Your Grave Deja Vu, which boasts the return of Camille Keaton, who played Jennifer Hills in Zarchi’s original film!

The sequel picks up with Keaton’s Jennifer Hills as a best-selling author living in New York City with her famous model daughter, Christy Hills (Jamie Bernadette), who is pictured above.

Incensed that Jennifer Hills was vindicated of killing her four assailants from her brutal ordeal in I Spit On Your Grave, both mother and daughter are kidnapped by the revenge-seeking relatives. That is when the deja vu nightmare begins.

“Playing the daughter of Jennifer Hills was an incredible honor having been a fan of the original film long before my first audition for the sequel,” Bernadette tells Bloody Disgusting. “The role proved to be one of the most trying of my career but simultaneously, one of the most rewarding.  I am grateful and humbled to be part of the I Spit on Your Grave legacy”.

Joining Keaton and Bernadette are Maria Olsen, Jim Tavare, Jonathan Peacy, Jeremy Ferdman, Holgie Forrester, Roy Allen and Alexandra Kenworthy – all playing the revenge-seeking relatives.

We’re told there’s no distributor yet. Anchor Bay had released the previous two entries.

Jan O’Connell and Terry Zarchi are producing with Meir once again directing.



  • Jack Derwent

    I can appreciate the significance of the first film but I really don’t see the appeal of a ‘franchise’ like this.

    • Aemette

      Yea I can’t see where the praise or appreciation of such a “franchise” would be. Characters don’t need to be stripped of everything in order to become strong or fight back agaisnt their assailants. They also don’t need to hit the lowest point in their lives in order to find success or the “beauty of life”. I think back to “You’re Next” and how the female protagonist is badass to begin with, gets put in a tough situation, and only gets ever better without having to get raped or anything. I can’t understand why rape or sexual assault is necessary to actually create a strong character.

      • Dennis Giles

        I fully agree …

      • Don Peterson

        It’s not necessary to be sure but it can make for a good movie I think.

      • Saturn

        You’re Next is a fine example – fantastic movie, and I’m really looking forward to it’s sequel.

      • ToryK

        A-fucking-men. And an extra “Amen” from my girlfriend (ya know, an actual woman); the fetish for raping women to make them stronger kinda rubs her the wrong way too. They don’t need us to “assert our dominance” in order to find theirs. In fact, they don’t need our help at all.

    • David Carlisle

      I’m sure the investors and producers do. I Spit…was a product of its time, as many argue it’s a feminist parable. In 2017, we don’t need that.

    • En Wade.

      Agreed. Especially rehashing such a thin premise.

    • theundead

      Why are you on here?

    • Saturn

      Well the remake garnered 2 (at this time) sequels, and the original had an unofficial sequel called Savage Vengeance – so a franchise it already is.
      Gotta admit though, although I have seen the original and remake, the whole “rapey” thing in movies isn’t something that I get a kick out of.
      It makes me feel icky – which I suppose is the idea.
      There are folks out there who “get off” on this kind of stuff – they’re the kinda folk I try to avoid.

  • zombie84_41

    IDC just as long as it is brutal as fuck. The first was insanely brutal and twisted. I got it somewhere in my collection.

  • Kyle Cole

    Hell yes!! I’m excited, havent seen the original in years either

  • Adam Clifton

    They waited 40 years to get revenge for the deaths of some scum-sucking rapists? What were they doing in the meantime?

  • Well i bet the one in the picture is Camille Keaton

  • marklola12 .

    yawn load of shit, and why wait 40 years for REVENGE lol

    excuse to make money

  • Bla Blah

    Hmmm. Let me guess. She gets raped?

  • KnightOfTears

    This is a pure cash grab. Welcome to Hollywood.

  • writebrain

    I spit on your grave again
    2 grave 2 spit
    Spit v. Grave – dawn of spitgence
    I spit on your grave 2 – electric boogaloo

    • Saturn

      Spit Follows.
      Batman Vs Spitman.
      Dawn Of The Planet Of The Rapes.
      Stephen King’s “SpIT”
      They Spit.
      The Exorspits.
      The Blair Spits Project.
      The Spitterman.

      • writebrain

        I am willing to share the internet, which I believe we both have just won.

        • Saturn

          I passed the decision over to the Internet Adjudicator Society, and they got back to me and said it was a spit decision.

          • writebrain

            (Spit take).

  • sam7447

    I like the new franchise. All films had great moments, and to see women beat the shit out of their rapists is a very satisfying feeling.

    • Adam Clifton

      It’s also same-old, same-old. I’m all for a sequel but do something different with the formula. Have a man be raped by a pack of women. Take the movie out of the sleazy origins and try to do it mainstream with real empathy for the characters. But I guess people want more of the same

      • MrX13

        i agree it’s the same-ole same-ole but still nice to see the different ways these rapist get killed. But it would be nice to see something different in some way

  • MrX13

    I enjoyed the original for what it was and very explicit! Never saw the remakje but saw ISOYG 2 and it was descent. I hope this new one is good too plus nice to bring back to original actress

  • fools2234

    More penis mutilation that won’t be called out for what it is, sexism. Guarantee if a movie about female genital mutilation was made people would be flipping their shi+.

  • OhioGuyT

    Interesting that they’re flipping the script for this one.

  • Necro

    Love the original and the remake was decent. But with this one I’m on the fence. I mean I’ll still see it, but after 40 years now a sequel? I do like the original people coming back though. So we’ll see.

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