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Plot: In a continuation of the story line from the 2010 film, Jennifer returns working for a Crisis Hotline, where a serial killer is using the hotline to target rapists. Jennifer's dark past ... Runtime: mins Release Date: 01 Oct 2015
If you are a fan of the series this one doesn't disappoint! So pop some popcorn and get ready for some Vengeance. It starts out a little slow but definitely gets going towards the middle and end. The first kill is by far the best. I had to replay the kill because I almost didn't believe what I saw the first time! Crazy! The second kill was also pretty good. It's great to see Sarah Butler back. She shows great strength and vulnerability in her acting and I find her a pleasure to watch. I also liked Jennifer Landon and Doug McKeon. I am surprisingly even a fan of the ending! I hope <more>
number 4 is in the works : As far as revenge movies go my favorite type this one is high on my list.
The Ultimate Revenge Sequel to this Brutally Kick-A$$ Series...and You Can Take that to the Grave!! \m/ *_* \m/ (by lovepotion19)
What can I say I'm a big fan of revenge - or rather vengeance – films. From 'The Punisher' based on a comic book to 'V for Vendetta' based on a graphic novel to 'Last House on the Left'. But this 'I Spit on Your Grave' series is a whole new breed of "Vengeance" films altogether - mixing the horror & brutality of rape with revenge & vigilantism. I like that in this series, it's the woman - who goes from prey to predator - who exacts revenge by taking her form of justice into her own hands. And that's when the fireworks really <more>
begin!! When she exacts her brand of vigilante justice to the no-good, evil, sadistic scum of the earth that wrong her and literally rub her the wrong way . I just loved the second half of the original sexploitation films - both the original 1978 cult classic and the fairly recent respectable 2010 remake w/the gorgeous & ferocious Sarah Butler portraying both gentle, innocent victim & predatory angry she-beast .Two last comparison, the 'I Spit' series also kind of remind me of 'The Incredible Hulk' the original 1978 Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno TV Series in that when Dr. David Banner sees injustice all around him - whether on to him or some other innocent victim - he turns into the green bad-a$$ beast of a monster and takes matters into his own hands, literally!! And lastly, let's not forget the more recent Showtime TV Series, 'DEXTER'. This 'I Spit' film franchise is basically Mrs. Dexter Morgan on high-octane!! Well, whether it's a film, a TV show, comic book or graphic novel, I just love this genre of story-telling.So, that brings me to the 3rd chapter to this so-called "torture-porn" series. Sarah Butler returns as the avenging angel, Jennifer Hill she goes by the name Angela and moves to Los Angeles in this one in this third part of the 'I Spit' franchise, which is more of a sequel to the first excellent installment.'I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance is Mine' was literally the movie I've wanted out of this franchise my entire life. It improves on literally every single aspect of the concept of the series. We follow the same girl from the first movie, and the entire movie is pretty much dedicated to showing how the events of the first movie affected her. Instead of a graphic rape scene by the way, not a single on-screen rape in the entire movie to show the effects of rape on a person, in its place we spend a majority of the movie in a rape recovery therapy group that's used to show how rape effects a person since we get to know some of Jennifer's group members. The performances from the recovering victims is so heartfelt and genuine that it makes you wonder where all this was for the first two parts. A majority of the movie is characters on a soapbox giving speeches and deconstructing how rape is treated in society, and it's so great to hear it said so frank and direct in a movie.The basic concept is that Jennifer learns that a majority of her new friends' rapists were never punished for what they did, so she becomes a vigilante who targets rapists. That alone was enough to sell me on the movie and holy s*** did it deliver!! The scenes of the rapists being punished are so satisfying that it makes the entire movie worthwhile.Well acted, well scripted and with a production of a high caliber, this is a triumphant slice of vigilantism at its most bestial and unforgiving and is the perfect antidote to the vilest of crimes. The movie works well as it examines those who believe 'violence is not the answer and forgiveness is a solution' but ultimately in a crime so heinous and as Jennifer states is 'bull****' as she takes on the system which demonstrates that the law is on the side of the violator more so than the victim. The film takes a little time to get going but when it does it returns to the familiar exploitative territory we know so well as Ms.Hills brandishes a sense of justice that most think but would never admit is correct. Ms.Butler's portrayal should be applauded as she goes through a gamut of emotions from an individual who is slightly neurotic because of her scarring from her ordeal of the first movie to a strong avenger determined on retribution for herself and those around her in a society that just doesn't care or makes excuses for the individuals who get away with it shielded by the do-gooders who are wrapped up in their own humanitarianism so they lose sight of the severity of such a despicable act. The message, no matter how nihilistic, is made perfectly clear and so well executed. This is no run of the mill effort produced solely to shock although some of the vengeance sequences are jaw dropping especially the 'just the tip' scene - bravo!! because it is just so well-orchestrated in terms of plot, direction, pace and intent. This movie proves one fundamental thing, that every town or city needs a Jennifer Hills and that films of this genre are still in very capable hands to a modern audience just as they were in the grind house golden age of the 70's and 80's.Overall, if this is the end for the series then it was a perfect way to go out. However I wouldn't mind if more were made if they kept going in the direction that this third movie went.I'll end this review with a spoiler teaser; the conclusive finale to this one is by far my favorite; The last 2 minutes that follow Jennifer/Angela's final therapy session is pure rage-fantasy heavenly gold!! or shall I say her "The-rapists" office pun intended !! ;
I thought part 3 was an excellent addition to the series & brings back Sarah Butler as Jennifer Hills / Angela which was as awesome idea . Many years have passed since Sarah's brutal rape & revenge from the first movie & now is in rape group therapy & it all kicks off from there where she goes on a vengeance spree to take care of a few nasty rapist / murderer's . The movie also has some of the most brutal kills of the series & I was very excited about that cause these men truly deserved it & there was a nice twist that carries out through the film so if you <more>
liked the first 2 movies in the series you'll really appreciate this one as well .
All's fair in the world of exploitation. (by BA_Harrison)
The horror genre has often been accused of being misogynistic, but now it's payback time: I Spit On Your Grave 3 evens the score by portraying the majority of men as filthy, lecherous sex pests desperately in need of a lesson, with Sarah Butler's vengeful rape victim Jennifer Hills more than happy to be teacher! Several years after the events of the first film, Jennifer has a new identity, a new home and an office job, but is still tormented by her horrific ordeal. Joining a support group, she befriends fellow survivor Marla Jennifer Landon , who believes that the only way to deal <more>
with rapist scum is with a dose of extreme violence. So when Marla is murdered by her ex-boyfriend, Jennifer tools up and takes revenge.With 99% of its male characters being loathsome perverts, and several fully deserving of a knife in the goolies, this film is so overtly misandrous that it's almost impossible to take offence although I'm sure there will be those who still manage to be outraged . What we have here is a huge helping of exploitation excess, which, as far as I can see, has its tongue firmly in cheek, using its exaggerated depiction of the male gender as an excuse to subject their more tender parts to lots of eye-watering violence. In this, I Spit On Your Grave more than delivers, with quite possibly the most graphic display of penile mutilation I've ever seen in a film, plus a truly harrowing scene involving a large metal pipe, some industrial lubricant, and a sledgehammer.I still find it hard to believe that one of cinema's most notorious titles has been developed into a franchise, but I'm glad it has: if future sequels the stabby final act suggests that Jennifer isn't finished yet are as much fun as this thoroughly demented sequel, I'll be more than happy to see Butler return for some more man-hating ultra-violence of the kind guaranteed to make us blokes cross our legs and think twice about the way we treat women.
She who fights with monsters. A film series salvaged after a disappointing sequel. (by nitzanhavoc)
I must say, after my big disappointment from the sequel, I didn't think I would really take the time to watch number 3. However, as soon as I saw that the wonderful Sarah Butler was thankfully back, and that the plot actually aims to continue the first film - I figured I'd give it a chance. Boy, am I glad I decided to do that, as "Vengeance is Mine" salvages any and all damage done by the previous sequel which wasn't bad, simply unworthy .As the synopsis says, unlike no. 2 which was nothing more than a failing tribute although to a certain extent fun to watch, <more>
don't rule it out yet , no. 3 is the actual sequel. Haunted by both the brutalizing gang rape and abuse she'd been through and her terrible violent acts of revenge, Jennifer now Angela is trying to cope with the world she believes she lives in - no friends, no altruism, always strings attached, and a blunt battle between predators and prey. Unlike the 2nd film, the acting in this one is as amazing as in the first, with terrific additions like Jennifer Landon as the neurotic Marla and Doug McKeon as the traumatized Oscar.While the first film was all about abuse and vengeance and crime and punishment, the 3rd aims to be a lot deeper and more philosophical. The police has a very central role in the plot, after having a minor one in the sequel and being non-existent in the first. Angela finds herself having to lie and hide in order to do what she defines as right, while her rage and frustration threaten to claim the lives not only of those guilty, but of others as well. The film criticizes not only the monsters who commit the crimes and the system that pathetically fails to punish them - but also the crossing of the line between justice and injustice.Vengeance is Mine was probably out to offer and upgraded plot. The actual acts of abuse receive no screen time, excluding Angela's flashbacks from the events of the first film. The film aims to show the conflict between the reality experienced by rape victims a misogynistic world where men are either monsters, incompetent pawns or fathers of victims and the reality that is actually out there, where the truth is gray and there are no absolutes. The victims who turn to violence are criticized as badly as the monsters who made them that way, and the system is criticized for its alleged successes as well as its blunt failures.All in all, unlike the first film, this one is not a plain vengeance film, and we often find ourselves wondering who the monster really is. While having a much deeper message, it fails to deliver the pure satisfaction given by the first film although "fails" is probably a wrong choice of words, as it obviously had no intention of doing so . After the painful plunge of the 2nd film - the 3rd offers the salvation of the series. Not as good as the first, definitely way better than the 2nd. The added value is obvious, the acts of vengeance still immense, and the overall experience definitely worthy of the time spent watching.
I had to hesitate a bit before I dropped $13 on this sequel, simply because #2 was so god-awful ridiculous. But then I noticed Sarah Butler was back in the line-up, and that gave me hope. Refreshingly, director R. D. Braunstein's lithe pacing measures up to Butler's raging, realistically voiced performance and Daniel Gilboy's script almost takes sadistic delight in giving us what we don't expect.Whereas the first remake was much more polished and brutal than the original, improving both the creepy tone and all the character's IQs, the second came off as a badly executed <more>
Hostel knock-off. "Vengeance is Mine" isn't happy to follow pat formulas, even if it does become sort of a "Daughter of Death Wish" by the end.This is mostly due again to Butler, whose repressed rage and cracking sanity are key to keeping your eyes on the screen. No matter how outrageous the actions on-screen seem even in the fantasy sequences, of which there are many , this actress continues to strike just the right tone --- deadly serious but at the same time, not taking the situations so much so that all sense of malicious fun goes awry.Jennifer Hills Butler has turned up in a nameless, faceless, Canada-as-New-York city, trying to disappear into a blandly stifling office job. Her only goal seems to be to get out of therapy. Unfortunately, the group her shrink Harley Jane Kozak sends her to couldn't be a worse fit for her, and only primes her fury rather than relieves it. But this is due to Jennifer herself. Butler plays her with a scary, silent desperation that telegraphs a sure suicide if she ever let anyone "in." It helps tremendously that all the supporting players in the Group Therapy sessions are very good actors, not lightweights at all. Doug McKeon and Jennifer Landon are exceptional.Was this film worth my $13 purchase price? Shockingly yeah, I'd say so. The story is compelling, it's competently made, well-acted, and fresh. It satisfies fans of the genre while also giving us something unexpected and even provoking. Most of all, it's extremely hard to turn off. Both when you're watching it and for days afterward.
I feel like people are being too harsh on this movie. In my opinion this is a strong sequel and it only adds to the franchise, the franchise is now taking a different way and that is interesting. This film is not as brutal as the first two, but it has a fair share of psychological depth and action in it.This film is more about emotions rather different than the now classic rape-revenge scenario of this franchise. The third installment is all about bringing justice and vengeance upon those, who didn't get punished for their actions by the law. And in my opinion that is a very interesting <more>
aspect and a nice turning point for the series. In real life we have got a share of these injustices, when the law just turns a blind eye and chooses to ignore, or even worse, when the victim is made to be the perpetrator.Here we see a huge problem with these single genre franchises, people tend to be disappointed no matter what, somebody thinks this movie is taking away the essence of the series, some others think the franchise should remain unchanged and they just want to see the classic rape-revenge flick. I feel that we need to view this and other possible sequels with an open mind and understand that it is not clever to make a 3 movie franchise with every movie being exactly the same, that is like watching "Saw" and experiencing the very same traps every film.At least for me this movie felt like a good continuation of the previous films and this is going to keep the series alive. It didn't lack suspense, had little more depth to it, just different in a lot of ways, not a horrible sequel!