A pair of teenage girls are brutally raped and terrorized by a vicious gang of psychopaths, who subsequently find their cruelty returned tenfold when they seek sanctuary in the home of one of the victim's parents in this contemporary reworking of Wes Craven's controversial 1972 shocker. Shortly after arriving at her family's secluded lake house, Mari Collingwood (Sara Paxton) and her best friend are abducted by a sadistic prison escapee and his violent crew. Left for dead and nearly in shock after suffering unspeakable abuse at the hands of her captors, Mari realizes that her only hope for survival is to find her way back home. Unfortunately for Mari, her attackers have unwittingly arrived at her parents' home seeking shelter from the authorities. There, Mari's concerned parents, John (Tony Goldwyn) and Emma (Monica Potter), realize to their horror just what grim fate has befallen their beloved daughter. Suppressing their rage in order to lure the killers into a deadly trap, John and Emma quietly hatch a plan to make the three strangers suffer for their grisly transgressions.~Jason Buchanan
Inside Look Featurette
Tony GoldwynJohn Collingwood
Monica PotterEmma Collingwood
Spencer Treat ClarkJustin
Sara PaxtonMari Collingwood
John MurphyComposer (Music Score)
Johnny BreedtProduction Designer
Ray HaboushExecutive Producer
Katherine Jane BryantCostume Designer
Nancy Nayor BattinoCasting
Wes CravenFrom Screenplay by
The Last House on the Left
Year of Release
DVD, Unrated/Rated Versions
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
The Last House on the Left [Unrated/Rated Versions] [DVD] 
Two teen girls named Mari (Sarah Paxton) and Paige (Martha Maclsaac) were out in the city to have a good time but when they meet a few crooks named Krug (Garret Dillahunt), Justine (Spencer Treat Clark), Francis (Aaron Paul) and Sadie (Riki Lindhome) as they kidnap the girls. They take them away from the city only to kill them but after the dirty business they seek shelter in the home of a married couple (Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter) but unfortunately they are the parents of Mari whom have survived and now the parents seek to destroy the maniacs.
this was a Brilliant and well done remake of a 1972 cult favorite which was good but outdated, afterall there has been some excellent films of the 70's that have stood the test of time like "Halloween", "The Exorcist", "Jaws" etc. but "Last House" wasn't one of them. The original was based on Igmar Bergman's swedish arthouse film "The Virgin Spring" but this one was a vast improvement on the badly acted yet comical at times 1972 version as this movie was serious without a bit of humor. The acting here is just excellent and the original producers Wes Craven with Sean S. Cunningham collabrate together once again to produce this redux but made it better. The sequences is as shocking yet more realistic then the one in the original but not as graphic as the 10 minute in "I Spit on Your Grave" which was worse then the one here and was better then the 1972 Last House movie even "House on The Edge of the Park" was better then Last House 1972.
This Blu-Ray gives off excellent picture and sound quality in perfect quality and both unrated and theatrical cuts with only a few extras like behind the scenes, deleted scenes and BD-live, this movie is one of the greatest horror remakes ever and one of the best horror movies of the decade.
This review is from The Last House on the Left [Unrated/Rated Versions] [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray]