I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine

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I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine – aka I Spit on Your Grave 3 – is a 2015 exploitation horror feature film directed by RD Braunstein from a screenplay by Daniel Gilboy. Meir Zarchi, who directed the 1978 original as Day of the Woman, was a co-executive producer.

The movie stars Karen Strassman, Harley Jane Kozak, Sarah Butler, Walter Perez, Corey Craig, Adam Dunnells, Jennifer Landon, Lony’e Perrine, Bobby Reed, Alissa Juvan, Heath McGough, Joshua Kovalscik, Christopher Hoffman, Michelle Hurd, Russell Charles Pitts.

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After joining a rape survivor therapy group, Angela begins targeting the men who attacked its members. One by one, she exacts vicious justice, but is she “Avenging Angel” or “Murdering Psychopath”?

Reviews:

” …definitely an offensive flick, but not just on a moral and intellectual level : the lame “is she really doing it or is it all in her head?” subplot that Braunstein and Gilboy try to get going falls totally flat, most of the performances are either pretty bad … and the film’s production values are absolute shit, particularly the numerous and poorly-realized “empty alleys at night”…” Ryan C., Trash Film Guru

Release:

The CineTel film was acquired by Anchor Bay Entertainment for US distribution.

In the UK, Platform Entertainment released the film – passed uncut by the BBFC – on 26 October 2015.

One Comment on “I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine”

  1. For some reason, the woman getting horrendous (but well deserved) revenge on attackers genre has always interested me, but it’s still one that I can’t watch. Charles Bronson’s Death Wish movies? Bring ’em on! The Beguiled? (Is that the one where Eastwood’s a rapist, well, okay, he’s intent on raping the women in the house, leading to a wonderful line from the black housekeeper (paraphrased) “I hope you like screwing a dead woman.” (I took it to mean she’d kill herself before he’d get the chance to do anything, but it’s been over 20 years, so I could be wrong.)

    Sorry for the rambling comment, but this new movie may just cure me of my “Women Get Revenge After Horrible Thing Is Done To Them” phobia!

    This has got to be better than the previous “I Spit on Your Grave 2” that wasn’t a sequel and didn’t even have Camille Keaton using her real name! (Shudder…The Cinema Snob got me through that one!)

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