I Spit On Your Grave Revenge Movie

5 Revenge Movies – Movie Review

Friend of revenge, we have found 5 good revenge movies for you. Those who love the most terrible justice will be served: from the softest to the most trashy, from the difficult mourning of a loved one to the dangerous psychopath who takes revenge for next to nothing, the cinema is full of pearls in which revenge is a dish best eaten cold…

I Spit On Your Grave Revenge Movie

The last house on the leftby Dennis Iliadis

A good little revenge movie a little different from the others insofar as it is parents who avenge their child. After an explicit first part in which a young girl is raped, we see her own parents tracking down her attackers. Only problem: the film is a little too realistic, and we regret that the parents do not redouble their efforts to offer us good revenge scenes that are well calculated and a little more trashy.

I spit on your graveby Steven R. Monroe

Presented at the 2011 Strasbourg Fantastic Film Festival, I spit on your grave is a good remake of the film of the same name released in 1978. Quite hardcore, this film presents the bloody revenge of a young woman who has been raped by several men. In the manner of Sawwe are entitled to violent, ingenious and personalized deaths.

Review of I spit on your grave

Mayby Lucky McKee

A very special film in which we follow a very disturbed young woman. Not hiding much of her penchant for madness and gore and – freakishly for some viewers – sharing a great friendship with a porcelain doll, it doesn’t take much for May to switch entirely to the dark side. The horror scenes aren’t terribly scary, but the whole point of May is based on the fascinating psychology of the character.

May’s review

Bedevilledby Jang Cheol-soo

Straight from South Korea, Bedevilled won the Grand Prix at the 18th Gérardmer Fantastic Film Festival. And he deserved it well: a tension which increases in power, a main female character constantly humiliated, a rather hard revenge which prepares itself little by little. And there, it is the drama… The film rocks in the horror and relieves the thirst for revenge of the public.

Review of Bedevilled

And the best for the end…

The skin that livesby Pedro Almodovar

When Almodovar tries out another style, the result is an extraordinary film that grabs your guts and haunts your mind three weeks later. From start to finish you never get bored for a second, obsessed with both excellent production, perfect actors (physically too, by the way), and many questions to which you never stop looking for answers. We appreciate the construction of the film: several parts follow one another without too much connection with each other, but the whole forms an incredible (and rather twisted) puzzle in the end.

Review of La Piel que habito

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