In a secluded mansion, the Hilton patriarch curses his family on the hour of his death. Soon, many of the heirs are murdered by a strange killer under the instructions of a witch who knows the secret of the Hiltons.
For the first time ever, explore the myths behind this controversial film with the all new and only feature-length documentary on the movie, Growing Up With I Spit On Your Grave. Five years... See full summary »
Steven, a meek accountant-in-training, is living contentedly with his wife Clara and working for her brothers, managing the books at their junkyard. All of this changes when the belly ... See full summary »
The character Camille Keaton played was originally going to be called Jennifer Hills (i.e. the same character she played in I Spit on Your Grave (1978), but Meir Zarchi threatened legal action, so whenever Jennifer Hills is mentioned in this film, there are very noticeable edits to remove and/or change the surname Hills, hence why the character is mostly referred to as simply Jennifer. See more »
When Tommy is talking to two of his murder victims, as he touches one "corpse" head the actress blinks. See more »
A new title screen was made for the 2013 Massacre Video release, correcting the misspelling of the word 'Vengance' in the original release. Also Camille Keaton's name was added, replacing her original 'Vickie Lehl' pseudonym in the beginning of the film. The original title screen from the 1993 Magnum Video release was added by Massacre Video as a DVD extra. See more »
Let me start by saying that this movie was HIDEOUSLY awful! Everything about it was terrible! Recently, I attended a horror movie convention and Camille Keaton, star of the original "I Spit on Your Grave" was in attendance. I asked Miss Keaton a direct question about whether or not she truly was in this film and her response was "I'm very sorry but I can't talk about that!". She then went on to tell me about another sequel that was written by Meir Zarchi (director of the original)which she was supposed to also star in but never came to fruition. There was also a recent interview with Miss Keaton published in "Ultra Violent" magazine which makes mention of the fact that there is one film that Miss Keaton "is believed to have appeared in under an alias but cannot speak about". I can't say that I blame Miss Keaton for not wanting to discuss this film or for using another name while appearing in this film, I would never admit to such a thing either! The writers, directors, and producers of this film should truly be ashamed of themselves for making such a piece of worthless garbage. A kindergärtner with a camcorder could make more compelling cinema!
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