- Audio Commentary with Director Steven R. Monroe and Producer Lisa Hansen
- The Revenge Of Jennifer Hills: Remaking A Cult Icon
- Teaser Trailer
- Theatrical Trailers
- Radio Spot
- Deleted Scenes
The survivor of a vicious gang rape turns the tables on her attackers in this remake of director Meir Zarchi's notorious 1978 horror classic. In order to seek inspiration for her next book, urbanite author Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) retreats to a secluded cabin in the woods. Little does Jennifer realize that she's just caught the attention of some particularly depraved locals, and her peaceful retreat is about to become a living hell. At first the sadistic intruders attempt to frighten Jennifer by breaking into her cabin, but then the attack gets out of hand. Desperate to escape after being badly brutalized, Jennifer throws herself into the river and allows her body to be carried away by the rapids. When her attackers fail to locate her corpse, they assume she is dead and return to their normal lives. But Jennifer isn't dead, and she doesn't forgive. Her attackers will pay for what they did, and nothing they say or do can prevent her from savaging them in the worst way imaginable before she sends them to hell screaming. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Not meant as a comparison to the original
Posted by: Esmoker
from Illinois on
03/12/2011Being one of the many who have seen the original, I went into this hoping for a fresh perspective on the story. While the plot remains pretty much the same, I was very pleased and suprised at the differences of the movie and had an open mind to simply try to watch it as if it were a brand new movie.
The acting and story were great, and it progression is well paced.
The "revenge' scenes where very well thought out and pretty graphic.
The story delivers her suffering and her thoughts in how to deal with the situation she went through.
For those looking at this movie trying to compare it to the original, it still packs enough to make it comparible to the original. The ideas are there, and even though the "revenge' scenes have slightly changed, I think the original packed a little more punch because it was the first of it's kind to do so.
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Tense and Gripping to the end !!!
Posted by: eringo
from Metairie,La on
02/12/2011Excellent revenge movie. Be warned this movie is very graphic as the original one of the same title was. All the actors in the movie were excellent. I have not seen a revenge flick this good in a long time. I must say when the movie is over I was having after thoughts of what I just watched. The way the movie is done is more of a drama movie crossed with horror. If your a fan of movies like the Chainsaw Massacure and Saw you will also enjoy this one. This movie was shot on location in Louisiana.
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