It was officially announced today our breaking news that Anchor Bay Films has once again joined forces with CineTel Films to release the next chapter of the controversial I Spit On Your Grave film franchise.
As still exclusive to Bloody Disgusting, here are the film’s plot details: “Naturally beautiful, Jessica (Dallender) has just settled into New York where she, like many other young women, is trying to make it as a model. But what starts out as an innocent and simple photo shoot soon turns into something disturbingly unthinkable! Raped, tortured and kidnapped to a foreign country, Jessica is buried alive and left to die. Against all odds, she manages to escape. Severely injured, she will have to tap into the darkest places of the human psyche to not only survive, but to exact her revenge…”
We also learned today that the sequel stars Jemma Dallender (“Community”), Joe Absolom (Long Time Dead), Aleksandar Aleksiev (Jack Ryan), Mary Stockley, Michael Dixon, Valentine Pelka, Yavor Baharov, George Zlatarev, Peter Silverleaf and Georgi Zlatarev.
The film is expected to be released in fall 2013.
Anchor Bay Films released I Spit on Your Grave in 2010 to critical acclaim. Based on Meir Zarchi’s 1978 version, the film gained the respect of both mainstream and genre critics. READ MORE
Evil Dead Month marches on here at Bloody-Disgusting! One of the most important aspects of the Evil Dead films (sans Army Of Darkness of course), is the cabin they take place in. Having seen the new remake, I can verify that the aesthetic and layout are more or less the same as they were in the first two films of the original trilogy. Of course, while they may be the pinnacle of the “Cabin In The Woods” subgenre – there’s a sh*t ton more where that came from!
These kind of films are among my favorite in horror, I love a good rural setting. So I’m almost jealous that The Wolfman (@TheWolfmanCometh – on the boards) got the idea for this list – which he wrote – first!
There always seems to be an understadable amount of confusion whenever I post a story from “The Wolfman.” It’s NOT ME you should be praising (or bashing) in the comments, IT’S HIM! So head inside for The Wolfman’s 10 Top “Cabin In The Woods” Movies!!!READ MORE
I was a pretty big fan of Anchor Bay’s 2010 I Spit on Your Grave, their remake of Meir Zarchi’s 1978 cult classic about a writer who is brutalized during her cabin retreat seeks revenge on her attackers, who left her for dead.
Sarah Butler starred in the modern reboot directed by Steven R. Monroe.
The movie appeared to be well received in the horror community, and must have done quite well financially because, there’s more spit hitting the graveyard.
We can exclusively report that Saw IV and Chain Letter writer Thomas Fenton is officially tackling I Spit On Your Grave 2 for Cinetel. Pretty cool news!
No word on plot or if Monroe is returning. We’ll update you as soon as we know. READ MORE
This week has a bevy of films that are now available for to line the shelves of your home, but there’s not many that I’d actually want up there for all to see. In fact, outside of Silent House, which deservedly received mixed reviews, I’d say stay away and save your money for something you really like. For the record, I really truly enjoyed the first 2 acts of the aforementioned Elizabeth Olsen thriller, its wasn’t until the messy third act that I ended up with mixed feelings. Still though, you could do much worse.
100th STREET HAUNTING (THE GHOST OF RICHARD SPECK) (Blu-ray) – The Asylum Entertainment
In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck’s ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims’ families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.
MICAH SAYS: The Asylum started the year hot with Nazis from the Center of the Earth and Two-Headed Shark Attack, but this one is back to form. By form I mean horrible and almost unwatchable. Those other two I mentioned are bad yes, but fun bad. Big difference.
BATHORY: COUNTESS OF BLOOD – Screen Media Films
With an unquenchable thirst for blood, Countess Elizabeth Bathory was one of the most prolific serial killers in history. Tearing flesh from bodies and bathing in warm blood, she delighted in an unholy quest for immortality while her country was being torn apart by a brutal and devastating civil war. Told on a grand scale in the 17th Century, Bathory is based on the true story of her rise and fall. READ MORE
So, all the captions you guys had supplied in last week’s contest were erased when the site switched over. To make up for it, we’re doing it over – and we’re making the prizes way more awesome! They include The Divide on Blu-ray which is out 4/17 from Anchor Bay! Other prizes include “The Walking Dead” Season One on DVD and I Spit On Your Grave (1978) on Blu.
1. We pick a still from a movie. It’s included after the jump. You head to the comments section and submit your best one-liners, zingers, pathos riddled couplets etc…
2. You can enter as many times as you like and submit as many captions as you want, but each caption must be in a separate comment. Otherwise it will be too hard to tell where one caption ends and the other begins. Your entries can be posted anytime during the first five days after the still is announced (you don’t want to submit your winning zinger after we’ve picked the winner). Also any racist, homophobic or generally hateful jokes will be disqualified. You don’t have to be insanely PC – just use your best judgement.
3. We pick the winner and announce them and their winning caption when the next photo in the contest is posted. We will address you by your BD Infected name. You can then DM me your address and I will send you your prize in a timely manner (i.e. you should have it in about a week). You must be a US resident to receive your prize! We have a different prize tier this week.
First Prize – The Divide on Blu-ray. I Spit On Your Grave (1978) on Blu-ray. The Walking Dead Season 1 on DVD.
Second Prize – The Divide on Blu-ray. I Spit On Your Grave (1978) on Blu-ray.
In 1978, Meir Zarchi’s I Spit On Your Grave shocked audiences all over the world. Critics reviled it, but audiences embraced its “Day of the Woman” empowerment message. Three decades later, lightning struck again with the 2010 remake, which shocked 21st century moviegoers. Now, Anchor Bay Entertainment completes the grisly circle of revenge with the release of the unrated I Spit On Your Grave – both the 1978 original classic and the state-of-the-art 2010 remake on high-definition Blu-ray and DVD.
Already available at a store near you, Bloody Disgusting scored an exclusive look at an extended featurette not seen anywhere else. Entitled “True Vision,” it features an interview with cinematographer Neil Lisk, who passed away shortly before the film opened.
While already released here in the States, the I Spit On Your Grave remake is coming out in UK cinemas on 21st January 2011 and Anchor Bay UK have made an exclusive new teaser trailer which will be the first glimpse unsuspecting cinema goers in the UK will get of this highly controversial new film. READ MORE
In 1978, Meir Zarchi’s I Spit On Your Grave shocked audiences all over the world. Critics reviled it, but audiences embraced its “Day of the Woman” empowerment message. Three decades later, lightning struck again with the 2010 remake, which shocked 21st century moviegoers. Now, Anchor Bay Entertainment completes the grisly circle of revenge with the February 8, 2011 release of the unrated I Spit On Your Grave – both the 1978 original classic and the state-of-the-art 2010 remake on high-definition Blu-ray and DVD. This release marks the U.S. Blu-ray debut of the original cult classic. Inside you’ll find the DVD trailer, along with a crazy awesome UK quad for their January theatrical run. READ MORE
In 1978, Meir Zarchi’s I Spit On Your Grave shocked audiences all over the world. Critics reviled it, but audiences embraced its “Day of the Woman” empowerment message. Three decades later, lightning struck again with the 2010 remake, which shocked 21st century moviegoers. Now, Anchor Bay Entertainment completes the grisly circle of revenge with the February 8, 2011 release of the unrated I Spit On Your Grave – both the 1978 original classic and the state-of-the-art 2010 remake on high-definition Blu-ray(TM) and DVD. This release marks the U.S. Blu-ray(TM) debut of the original cult classic. SRPs for the 2010 DVD are $29.97, and $34.99 for the Blu-ray(TM); the 1978 version SRPs are $24.99 for the Blu-ray(TM) and $19.98 for the DVD. READ MORE
The controversial thriller also known as Day of the Woman will hit Blu-ray in February, reports High Def Digest. In an announcement to retailers, Starz/Anchor Bay says Meir Zarchi’s I Spit on Your Grave (1978) is coming to Blu-ray on February 8. Banned or heavily censored in many countries, the film tells the horrific tale of a writer who is brutally attacked and left for dead, only to hunt down her attackers one by one in the name of vengeance. Specs and supplements have yet to be revealed, but suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $24.99. READ MORE