As Seen In: I Spit on Your Grave (2010)

Stuart Morse and Steven R. Monroe—the screenwriter and director of the 2012 I Spit on Your Grave remake, respectively—are two sick individuals. No complaints, of course. Any horror movie fan has to, at the very least, respect their extreme imaginations.

Following the same template as the 1978 original (savages rape woman; she takes gross revenge), Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave considerably ups the grossness. One of Jennifer's (Sarah Butler) methods of revenge finds her setting a bear trap that catches Stanley (Daniel Franzese); she then cuts a fish open, grabs a handful of its guts, and smears the innards all over Stanley's eyes, face, and chest.

It doesn't take long before famished crows swoop down and peck him to death, which Jennifer records on Stanley's own video camera.