October 13, 2021
MVD and Ronin Flix have partnered to bring collectible Blu-rays to retail and are releasing Meir Zarchi’s controversial 1978 feature film I Spit on Your Grave (aka Day of the Woman) and its official sequel I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu on Blu-ray Oct. 15.
The release features a new 4K scan and restoration of Meir Zarchi’s uncut 35mm I Spit on Your Grave original camera negative, newly restored DTS-HD master audio mono and 5.1 surround.
“After being a premier online destination for fans to buy their favorite cult movies on disc, I’m thrilled to see Ronin Flix take it to the next level and form their own exclusive label,” Eric Wilkinson, director of home video sales and acquisitions at MVD, said in a statement. “Our team is looking forward to a great distribution partnership with Ronin Flix as we welcome them to our family of the best collector’s brands in the industry.”
“We are thrilled to be working with MVD. They have deep roots in the industry and understand the cult film business like no one else,” read a Ronin Flix statement. “We couldn’t ask for a better partner for distributing our collection of classic genre films at retail.”
In I Spit on Your Grave, Camille Keaton stars as Jennifer Hills, a young and beautiful career woman who rents a backwoods cabin to write her first novel. Attacked by a group of local lowlifes and left for dead, she devises a horrific plan to inflict revenge. Special features include a location featurette hosted by writer Michael Gingold and audio commentary with writer-director Meir Zarchi.
Reuniting star Camille Keaton and original director Meir Zarchi, I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu (2019) sends now successful writer Jennifer Hills hurtling back to where it all began — to face the wrath of the families of those she murdered. Kidnapped along with her daughter Christy (Jamie Bernadette), it’s a tense game of hunt — or be hunted — against a lethal gang of degenerates overseen by a violently unhinged matriarch Becky (Maria Olsen). Special features include a new commentary by horror critic Joe Bob Briggs and a making-of featurette.