History YMMV / ISpitOnYourGrave

29th Dec '16 11:21:39 AM abby-anne
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** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer led to Sheriff to believe that she had killed his daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape. Probably deliberately invoked by Jennifer to torment her victim.
19th Nov '16 8:53:38 PM cluosborne
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** It's little better in the third film. When we catch up with Jennifer, she is no longer an author, has changed her name and moved to a new city. She is plagued by nightmares, flashbacks and later on hallucinations. [[spoiler: After becoming friends with a fellow survivor who is later murdered, things get even worse.]] Some of her victims she goes after range from being an AssholeVictim to innocent. [[spoiler: It gets so bad that by the end of the film, she has gotten beaten up, sexually assaulted, lost another friend (who killed himself while taking the blame for the murders she committed), slipped into insanity, get shot while trying to kill yet another AssholeVictim, and served two years in prison with no signs that she even wants to get better.]]

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** It's little better in the third film. When we catch up with Jennifer, she is no longer an author, has changed her name and moved to a new city. She is plagued by nightmares, flashbacks and later on hallucinations. [[spoiler: After becoming friends with a fellow survivor who is later murdered, things get even worse.]] Some of her victims she goes after range from being an AssholeVictim to innocent. [[spoiler: It gets so bad that by the end of the film, she has gotten beaten up, sexually assaulted, lost another friend (who killed himself while taking the blame for the murders she committed), slipped into insanity, get got shot while trying to kill yet another AssholeVictim, and served two years in prison with no signs that she even wants to get better.better. Basically, it was RealityEnsues after getting revenge in the remake.]]
19th Nov '16 8:52:30 PM cluosborne
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** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer implied that she had killed the Sheriff's daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape.

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** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer implied led to Sheriff to believe that she had killed the Sheriff's his daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape. Probably deliberately invoked by Jennifer to torment her victim.
19th Nov '16 8:39:39 PM cluosborne
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** It's little better in the third film. When we catch up with Jennifer, she is no longer an author, has changed her name and moved to a new city. She is plagued by nightmares, flashbacks and later on hallucinations. Some of her victims she goes after range from being an AssholeVictim to innocent. [[spoiler: It gets so bad that by the end of the film, she has gotten beaten up, sexually assaulted, slipped into insanity, shot (while trying to kill yet another man), and serves two years in prison with no signs that she even wants to get better.]]

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** It's little better in the third film. When we catch up with Jennifer, she is no longer an author, has changed her name and moved to a new city. She is plagued by nightmares, flashbacks and later on hallucinations. [[spoiler: After becoming friends with a fellow survivor who is later murdered, things get even worse.]] Some of her victims she goes after range from being an AssholeVictim to innocent. [[spoiler: It gets so bad that by the end of the film, she has gotten beaten up, sexually assaulted, lost another friend (who killed himself while taking the blame for the murders she committed), slipped into insanity, get shot (while while trying to kill yet another man), AssholeVictim, and serves served two years in prison with no signs that she even wants to get better.]]
19th Nov '16 8:37:43 PM cluosborne
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** It's little better in the third film. When we catch up with Jennifer, she is no longer an author, has changed her name and moved to a new city. She is plagued by nightmares, flashbacks and later on hallucinations. Some of her victims she goes after range from being an AssholeVictim to innocent. [[spoiler: It gets so bad that by the end of the film, she has gotten beaten up, sexually assaulted, slipped into insanity, shot (while trying to kill yet another man), and serves two years in prison with no signs that she even wants to get better.]]



** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer threatens to kill (and may have killed)the Sheriff's daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape.

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** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer threatens to kill (and may have killed)the implied that she had killed the Sheriff's daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape.
14th Nov '16 9:39:36 AM Tyrannosauruses
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** Taken further in the remake, Jennifer threatens to kill (and may have killed)the Sheriff's daughter. Being a parent who loses a child is generally regarded as the greatest trauma, which by default makes it considerably worse than rape.
29th Oct '16 4:30:59 PM Tyrannosauruses
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** In the remake, he's pretty much literally told they will kill her if he doesn't violate her. Also, as a retard in his hillbilly town, he pretty much has nothing and no one if he turned on his friends.


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* DesignatedHero / BlackAndBlackMorality - Between the remake's much more sympathetic portrayal of Matthew and inadvertantly softening Jennifer's trauma by avoiding showing her at her worst, its hard to see Jennifer's actions as being an even mildly good person.
16th Jul '16 12:05:14 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Matthew. Some people find him sympathetic, since he is mentally retarded and initially refused to violate Jennifer. Others think that his sympathetic qualities make his actions more disturbing. After all, he did nothing to assist her, didn't go for help, made no real attempt to stop his friends, and did give in to peer pressure. By the time he took his turn, it was unlikely Jennifer was feeling significantly less raped.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Matthew. Some people find him sympathetic, since he is mentally retarded and initially refused to violate Jennifer. Others think that his sympathetic qualities make his actions more disturbing. After all, he did nothing to assist her, didn't go for help, made no real attempt to stop his friends, and did give in to peer pressure. By the time he took his turn, it was unlikely Jennifer was feeling significantly less raped.
8th May '16 1:06:54 PM TheJayman49
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* FridgeLogic: In the original, Johnny gets his penis sliced off while in the tub with Jennifer, and didn't realize it until ''after'' he noticed he was bleeding.
13th Nov '15 1:51:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Jennifer in the remake, when she kidnaps the sheriff's (completely innocent) daughter and uses her as a hostage. The film never reveals what happens to her, so it is possible that Jennifer murdered her.
*** Dialog in the third film implies [[spoiler: that the daughter is alive. Jennifer/Angela wears a locket with her picture to remind her of innocence.]]
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