Jennifer is still haunted by the memory of being gang raped and almost killed years ago. At her therapist's advice, she joins group therapy and meets similar women. She befriends one and they want more than just talk - justice/vengeance.
When Katie innocently accepts an offer to have new photos taken for her portfolio, the experience quickly turns into a nightmare of rape, torture and kidnapping. Now, she will have to find the strength to exact her brutal revenge.
Steven R. Monroe
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Joe Grant, a light-skinned African-African, heads to a small Southern town to investigate the lynching death of his brother. He draws the attention of a gorgeous heiress, who he learns may have been involved in the killing.
After kidnapping and brutally assaulting two young women, a gang unknowingly finds refuge at a vacation home belonging to the parents of one of the victims: a mother and father who devise an increasingly gruesome series of revenge tactics.
Desperate to repay his debt to his ex-wife, an ex-con plots a heist at his new employer's country home, unaware that a second criminal has also targeted the property, and rigged it with a series of deadly traps.
Jennifer Hills is still tormented by the brutal sexual assault she endured years ago. She's changed identities and cities, reluctantly joining a support group where she begins to piece together a new life. But when her new friend's murderer goes free and the tales of serial rapists haunt her, Jennifer will hunt down the men responsible and do what the system won't - make them pay for their crimes in the most horrific ways imaginable. Only this time, no jury may be able to save her.Written by
This movie had what the others were lacking, a story. More of a Boondock Saints then a Hostel how-shocking-can-we-be feel
"Justice isn't something you receive, its something you dish out." Years after her attack and rape Jennifer (Butler) is trying to move on with her life. She is in therapy and joins a support group where she meets Marla (Landon) who changes her outlook on life. Marla convinces her that talking isn't the way to help victims like them. When something happens to Marla and no one is held accountable Jennifer decides to unleash her own brand of justice. The previous two movies were a little hard to watch. A graphic rape scene followed by a sequence of gory revenge scenes. They weren't bad but they reminded me of the Hostel movies. Not much plot and really just an excuse to push the limits of what they can put in a movie. I went in with that expectation to this one. I have to say that this was easily the best of the three. This movie had what the others were lacking, a story. This had more of a Boondock Saints feel then a Hostel how-shocking-can-we-be feel. There are some very over the top aspects in this but the story is something that keeps you watching, strange to say for a horror movie. I surprisingly liked this much more than I expected to. Overall, easily the best of the series. I give this a B.
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