A look at the first still from I Spit on Your Grave 2

Anchor Bay Films and CineTel Films are getting set to release the next chapter of the controversial I Spit on Your Grave film franchise. I Spit on Your Grave 2 wrapped production late last year with Steven R. Monroe directing. The film is expected to be released in fall 2013.

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…

The upcoming revenge thriller will star Jemma Dallender, Joe Absolom, Aleksandar Aleksiev, Mary Stockley, Michael Dixon, Valentine Pelka, Yavor Baharov, George Zlatarev, Peter Silverleaf and Georgi Zlatarev. Now, check out the film’s very first still courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting.


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7 thoughts on “A look at the first still from I Spit on Your Grave 2

  1. I actually liked the remake. I know a lot of people hated it, but I thought it was pretty good. It was barrels better than that recent TCM 3D atrocity! lol. Hopefully this one will be good.

    1. Yea the recent remake I feel doesn’t get much credit. I also actually enjoyed The Last House on the Left remake as well, I thought they did a pretty good job. We’ll see how the sequel turns out, they are always hit or miss these days.

      1. Aw man dude, I hated the LHOTL remake; I’m assuming you saw the original? Well the guy who played Krug (Dave Hess) was truly terrifying in that role; he was able to play Krug so menacingly without forcing it – and then when they did the remake the guy who plays Krug just felt like he was imitating a bad guy. He didn’t naturally feel like Krug.

        Then I realize one reason the performance came across that way was b/c the actor playing Krug in the remake had his hair dyed and I think they dyed his facial hair, as well, so that’s another reason he didn’t come across natural b/c he was made up to look younger than he was, and it just came out artificial.

        To me, Krug from the original, is one of the most harrowing villains from a horror film simply b/c he had no conscience and was capable of anything and you could see it in his eyes, which is what makes a strong performance; but the guy in the remake just came across like a generic cheap suit. No authenticity.

      2. I completely agree with you about the original, Krug is downright terrifying in it and one of horror’s best villains. When I watch a remake though, I never compare them with the original because what’s the point of comparing apples to apples you know? I just like to be entertained and TLHOTL remake did just that for me.

      3. I agree, and it’s not that I was trying to compare, but I was immediately distracted by how Krug looked, and the way he just didn’t feel menacing to me.

        Now on the Nightmare on Elm Street remake I agree with what you just said. I wasn’t really comparing Jackie to Robert Englund, and I enjoyed the performance. Of course Jackie wasn’t as strong as Englund, but he was still good in a different way.

        The difference is that Jackie was a great cast for the NOES remake, but the guy who played Krug on the remake wasn’t and b/c he couldn’t play a convincing bad guy I could never get into it.

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