Meir Zarchi’s controversial but important 1978 film I Spit On Your Grave gets the box set it deserves and we get one hell of a collector’s item.
When I Spit On Your Grave came out in theaters in 1978 it didn’t exactly receive a warm welcome. People just weren’t ready for a female revenge movie that took a more realistic approach to sexual violence and mental trauma.
Today the film has its admiration and respect from certain crowds, including this writer. Whether you agree with its content or you detest the film, it is an important part of cinematic history, that is long overdue for a proper Blu-ray release. Ronin Flix is changing that with an incredible box set that will go with any film fan’s collection.
The I Spit On Your Grave collectible 3 disc set comes in a gorgeous box with original artwork by Adam Stothard, a newly commissioned 44 page book, collectible mini-posters and replica VHS box-style magnets. Not only will you have the gorgeous 4K scan and restoration of the original uncut feature film, the set also includes the direct sequel, I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu and documentary, Growing Up With I Spit On Your Grave. Special features include making of docs, cast and crew interviews, location feature with Michael Gingold and a newly recorded audio commentary with drive-in film critic, Joe Bob Briggs.
All this shapes up to one great collector’s item for fans of the 1978 classic, plus all the special features help educate newcomers on why this is an important film.
The set is limited to 5,000 copies making it an amazing collector’s treasure. Pre-orders began on September 24 so be sure to reserve your copy today.
After 42 years, I Spit On Your Grave finally gets a release worthy of its legendary status. Make sure you don’t miss out!
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