Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Cult filmmaker Eric Stanze (Ice From the Sun) took a break from his more personal independent films to oversee the creation of the Sub Rosa Extreme video line for producer Ron Bonk, directing this flagship release himself. Like most of the films in the series, it is an extrapolation of a classic horror film, in this case I Spit on Your Grave, shot on a very low budget and packed with far more carnage and sleaze than the original. Emily Haack from the director's Scrapbook stars as Sandy, the daughter of the protagonist in the original film. Sandy's boyfriend, Kevin (Stanze acting under the name "Scot Spookytooth") breaks out of prison and kidnaps her, along with three men whom he blames for his incarceration. They're chained in the basement, and think they will be freed after the feisty Sandy guts Kevin with a crowbar, but she has her own bone to pick with the three prisoners, each of whom had sexually harassed her in the past. One man is shot in the crotch, while another is burned below the waist with a cigarette before being forced to defecate, having his face shoved into his own waste like a dog, and then being brutally chopped to death with an axe. The worst horrors are in store for the third man, however, as Sandy first teases him by explicitly pleasuring herself with the broomstick as he watches, then bloodily rapes him with it before stabbing him to death. D.J. Vivano and Jeff Atwater co-star. Other Sub Rosa Extreme films include Insaniac, The Christmas Season Massacre, and Last House on Hell Street, each paying homage to a separate cult horror film.