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I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu
Day of the Woman: Deja Vu

USA 2019
produced by
Terry Zarchi, Jan O'Connell, Meir Zarchi (executive) for Deja Vu
directed by Meir Zarchi
starring Jamie Bernadette, Camille Keaton, Maria Olsen, Jim Tavaré, Jonathan Peacy, Jeremy Ferdman, Holgie Forrester, Roy Allen III, Alexandra Kenworthy, Terry Zarchi, Tammy Zarchi, Adam Cerro, Andrea Nelson, Ben Whalen, Phillip K. Galaras (voice), Dave Moore (voice), Brian Guest (voice), Meir Zarchi
written by Meir Zarchi

I Spit on Your Grave

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Decades after the events of the original I Spit on Your Grave: Jennifer Hills (Camille Keaton) has since become a successful writer and also an anti-rape activist, to a point where she starts rubbing people of the patriarchal and reactionary persuasion the wrong way. Her daughter Christy (Jamie Bernadette) meanwhile has become a successful model, and their relationship couldn't be better - and then they're suddenly kidnapped by Becky (Maria Olsen) and her goons Kevin (Jonathan Peacy), Scotty (Jeremy Ferdman) and mentally challenged Herman (Jim Tavaré). You see, Becky is the wife of Johnny, ringleader of the rapists from back when, and the others are somehow related to the other rapists ... and they want revenge for Jennifer killing them. Christy is actually only a collateral, and they sort of let her go but drive her far enough away so she can't interfere. Jennifer meanwhile tries to make her escape, but is ultimately decapitated by Becky on the steps to the church, then buried next to Johnny. When Christy finds that out, she tries to get even ... but runs into an ambush and is ultimately raped by Kevin before Herman, who despite being slow notices there's something wrong, helps her escape. Becky's fine with that, as she enjoys a good (wo-)manhunt. Thing is, Christy by now is really pissed and wants revenge - and if she has inherited anything from her mother it's knowing how to serve it, too ...


Of corse, it's more than debatable if the original I Spit on Your Grave ever needed a sequel, as it stands very well on its own. And of course, considering all the parallels to the earlier movie, I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu feels a bit constructed. But that all said, taken by its own terms, Meir Zarchi has delivered a very tense B-thriller that hits really hard and doesn't shy from anything much while adding hicksploitation and biblical elements to the blend, but also spots of absurdism and even humour. And one thing's for sure, Zarchi really knows how to build up tension and to stretch suspense scenes almost beyond breaking point for maximum effect. And add to that a strong cast, made up of some of the best names indie horror has to offer, and you've got yourself a powerful cinematic tour de force for sure. Though in respect to the subject matter, one has to warn, it's definitely not a film for everybody.


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