I Spit on Your Grave (2010)
I Spit on Your Grave review
Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) goes to a secluded cabin to write a novel. Three men humiliate her for no reason whatsoever. She escapes and runs into Sheriff Storch (Andrew Howard), who then takes part in the malicious acts. Acting was amateurish, no background development from the antagonists, a Sheriff who includes himself in a crime and the so called victim suddenly had clothes when everything she possessed were burned. Premise was preposterous, even Saw/Evil Dead 2/Death Proof had more taste than this. I Spit on Your Grave shows us that revenge is the best way to resolve things. This reviewer doesn't mind torture or gore, as long as it serves it logically as a film, not for its sake. This is acquired taste though it shows female empowerment.