The folks over at Dread Central have reported that Camille Keaton, who starred in Meir Zarchi’s infamous 1978 shocker, I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (aka DAY OF THE WOMAN), is set to star in a sequel. You read that right: one of the most uncompromising, notorious and nihilistic films – which inspired not only spawned an unnecessary remake (2010) but also a follow-up – is finally getting an official sequel.
The project, entitled I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE – DÉJÀ-VU is written by Zarchi himself, who directs with Chad Ferrin and Terry Zarchi taking up their roles as producers. Keaton reprises her role as Jennifer Hills, who has since written a memoir of her ordeal and the subsequent trial during which she was accused of taking the law into her own hands, brutally murdering the four rapists who savaged her. Their families, meanwhile, are angry that the court found her not guilty, decide to take justice into their own hands.
Camille was last seen in THE BUTTERFLY ROOM, a glorious, if under-seen, slice of modern horror which had its roots very much in the classic mould.
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