Lost in a warehouse for 33 years! The amazing BIG BOX Wizard Video Collection! This is truly a rare discovery and little part of the early days of the home video explosion!
I SPIT IN YOUR GRAVE aka Day of The Woman
Jennifer Hills is on vacation in the countryside. While secluded in the house she has rented, she meets Matthew, a semi-retarded man who delivers groceries.
Seeing the desire that Matthew has for her, some of the men in town determine to make Jennifer his first sexual experience. They kidnap her, strip her, and present her to Matthew. He retreats in fear, but Johnny rapes her. She escapes.
But inside the house, the men wait for her. When she enters, they beat her and harass her. Matthew eventually gives in to his friend’s coaxing and participates in the rape. The men leave the bloody unconscious woman on the floor.
Later they return to find out if Jennifer is really dead. Seeing the men awakens an animal rage within her.
She kills each man in a unique, elaborate manner. She makes love to Matthew and then hangs him. She seduces Johnny in the bathtub, and castrates him. The others confront Jennifer and come to violent and shocking ends.
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
Rating: Not Rated
VHS / NTSC
Starring: Camille Keaton Eron Tabor Richard Pace Anthony Nichols Gunter Kleemann
An early pioneer in the home video business, Charles Band started both MEDA HOME ENTERTAINMENT in the late 70’s and WIZARD VIDEO in 1980.
After releasing features like THE GROOVE TUBE, FLESH GORDON and TUNNELVISION in the standard VHS box format WIZARD VIDEO introduced the oversized “big VHS box” which featured lurid titles such as ZOMBIE, I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, DEMONIAC & BREEDERS! After a few short years of these big VHS box releases WIZARD VIDEO returned to the standard size VHS box as retailers were quickly running out of shelf space. A fond memory for people who grew up in the video store era of the early 80’s – the big VHS box has become a rare collectable due to its scarcity and (usually poor) condition. And now a treasure trove of original big VHS boxes was found late last year in one of Charles Band’s and Full Moon’s many overcrowded warehouses! 36 features are represented in this discovery with quantities ranging from 180 boxes to 420 boxes. The 30+ year old big VHS boxes are in mint condition as they have never been out of their original shipping boxes!