Check This Out: Sexy Poster for Horror 'I Spit on Your Grave'

July 10, 2010
Source: Bloody-Disgusting

I Spit on Your Grave Movie

Well, I hate to call this sexy, but it does have a nice ass shot. For reasons unknown, I'm featuring this official theatrical poster (from Bloody-Disgusting) for the horror/thriller I Spit on Your Grave, a remake of the 1978 film Day of the Woman. The best part about this remake is that it's hitting theaters un4ated, meaning without an MPAA rating, meaning most places won't play it except for art house theaters. There's already a trailer out that I've also included beneath the poster. And in case you're wondering whose cheeks those are, they're actress Sarah Butler's. Check out the poster and trailer below and let us know if you're interested?

Watch the official trailer for Steven Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave right here from YouTube:

I Spit on Your Grave Poster

Plot: A writer who's brutalized during a cabin retreat gets revenge on her attackers, who left her for dead.

I Spit on Your Grave is written and directed by filmmaker Steven R. Monroe, a former assistant cameraman who started directing in 2002, mainly making cheesy SciFi Channel thrillers and has somehow squeezed out a feature film that will barely be hitting theaters this time. The film first premiered at the Texas Frightmare Weekend and is being distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment. I Spit on Your Grave will arrive in limited theaters, unrated, starting on October 8th in the fall. You can find more info on the film's official website.

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Crapola on Jul 10, 2010


Great remake of the poster from the original.

Tom on Jul 10, 2010


IMDb lists it as having received an R rating, but apparently the filmmakers aren't using it and going with Unrated, obviously for marketing purposes.

Jenn on Jul 10, 2010


Never saw the original one, but the poster's recognizably like the old one. I just can't imagine the faux real shaky cam edited version being any good. But who knows - I'm sure someone out there's gonna keep renting this at the video store ... oh wait. Those don't exist anymore....

Christoph Nolan on Jul 10, 2010


How is this a sexy photo? She has no ass!!!! Lame fake emo poster. Let's get a real 70's or 80's artist to do the work!!!

REAL6 on Jul 10, 2010


I've seen the original, it went on for awhile but it was a good revenge flick. I'll probably check this one out.

Nicko on Jul 10, 2010


@REAL6 And her shoulders are way too wide. Maybe it was a sloppy photoshopping. Also consider the wedgie.

Prestron on Jul 10, 2010


Why does anyone even buy into this garbage? It's a shame. We live in enough fear.

Eli on Jul 10, 2010


I'd hit it.

Scotty97 on Jul 10, 2010


I hate photoshop with a passion. Too many poster designers just take the lazy way out and put a garbage piece of work out there with no regard for the human body or in some cases, the laws of physics themselves. Anyone looking to compare the two, take a look at the original poster below:

DLM Entertainment on Jul 10, 2010


#8, idiot.

Colt on Jul 10, 2010


I remember watching this movie on my dad's old laserdisc machine when I wasn't supposed to. Probably not the best thing for a 9 year old to watch, but whatever 😀

darkstar083 on Jul 11, 2010


#9 co-sign

gdztjdtzjtzj on Jul 11, 2010


Last House On The Left anyone?

Rob on Jul 11, 2010


Weak trailer. Movie title remains a classic, but watching the snippet here doesn't offer anything new or noteworthy. Revenge flicks can still rock even on half speed, so the film could end up surprising some early box office predictions.

Christian Toto on Jul 11, 2010


The original is fubar. The bathroom scene is classic. If this film is half as intense its going to be brutal like it is advertising.

ProMovieBlogger on Jul 12, 2010


Nothing sexy about a woman that has a man's but:(

dee on Jul 12, 2010


The orginal one is sexier! Now that is butt.

dee on Jul 12, 2010


#4 Netflix that shit man! I love that movie. The chase through the woods with the harmonica was classic, and so was the bathroom scene.

Due on Maple Street on Jul 13, 2010


This is a horrific poster which sexualizes rape. For shame, Mr. Billington. If you hated to call it sexy, you wouldn't call it sexy.

Anne S on Jul 17, 2010

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