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The Last House on the Left (2009) Poster

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Bruises are visible on both Paige and Mari's legs during the scenes in the hotel room. According to interviews, the bruises were a result of filming the scenes in the forest, which were filmed before the motel room scene. The makeup crew tried to cover up the bruises, but since the actors did their own stunts, the marks were too severe to be covered up by any makeup.
In a March 12, 2009 Black Book interview, Sara Paxton revealed that the rape sequence took 17 hours to film.
Producer Jonathan Craven appeared as a child in the original The Last House on the Left (1972). He was the young boy with the balloon that Krug bursts as he walks past on the street.
According to Gorezone Magazine, the film was intended for a direct to DVD release in October of 2009, however after positive test screenings in the fall of 2008, it was decided to release the film theatrically.
Star Tony Goldwyn was at first reluctant about appearing in the film because of its violent content. Goldwyn changed his mind however after viewing director Dennis Iliadis's earlier film Hardcore (2004).
The interiors and exteriors of the Collingwood house were built all on the same location to avoid having to relocate the production to a sound stage.
David Hess was offered a cameo but declined.
Actors Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter have both starred as the main antagonists in movies based on James Patterson's Alex Cross-based crime novels (Kiss The Girls and Along Came A Spider, respectively).
At first the film was going to be shot in Westport, Connecticut, the location were the 1972 original was filmed, but the threat of hazardous weather caused the production to seek another location.
Over the course of a year the studio considered at least 100 directors for the film before finally settling on Dennis Iliadis after being impressed by his 2004 film Hardcore (2004).

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Body Count: 8.

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