From IMDB : A writer who is brutalized during her cabin retreat seeks revenge on her attackers, who left her for dead.
Review: Following the trend of remakes they decided to remake I Spit On Your Grave. For those who don’t know this is really another version of Last House On The Left. Lady moves into house and has a bad run in with some guys. Later on they break into her house and torture her then rapre her. Somehow though right before they kill her she escapes and starts torturing them one by one. The rape scene is disturbing and might actually be worse than the one featured in Last House On The Left. The torture scenes are also quite disturbing featuring some quite creative deaths that I haven’t seen before in other movies. Overall though you really feel for her throughout the movie and can’t help but feel happy when she’s extracting her revenge. Its not a happy movie at all but the acting is done great enough that you really get to like her.
Although the movie is not for kids at all and actually carries a Unrated (NC-17) rating while it was in theaters. If your a fan of horror movies though and are in the mood for some gruesome deaths I strongly recommend this.
2. “Welcome To The Family”
3. “Danger Line”
4. “Buried Alive”
5. “Natural Born Killer”
6. “So Far Away”
7. “God Hates Us”
9. “Tonight The World Dies”
11. “Save Me”
Avenged Sevenfold’s newest album titled “Nightmare” is a little bit of all their previous albums combined.
Starting off with tracks like Nightmare and Welcome To The Family you see the mix of City Of Evil in there. The songs have the fast moments but also the nice riffs along with a good chorus. Also Nightmare has a nice piano opening just like Critical Acclaim did but it’s not as good as Critical Acclaim. You then go into tracks like Danger Line and Buried Alive which are slower songs with some fast parts. Both great songs with a slower feel to them but still carry the riffs and catchy lyrics. God Hates Us all though is the song that most people that are fans of their older heavier stuff will enjoy though. It sounds like something from Waking The Fallen. It has the fast drums and Matt screams for the majority of the song with the “breakdown” type deal at the end of the song. From there on the rest of the cd is really slower songs. Now its not a bad thing as Vicitim is a amazing song and will have you singing it for quite song time and Tonight The World Dies is also great it just really slows down the cd. It seems to be the first half of the album is heavier and fast while the second half slows it down some. Overall though its a great album and may not be heavy again and it does carry alot of radio rock type songs but it is still a great album and something everyone should check out.