I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006)

Directed by Sylvain White.  Written by Michael D. Weiss.  Starring Brooke Nevin, Torrey DeVitto and Don Shanks.

Plot: a group of friends accidentally kill one of their own during the July 4th holiday and they lie about it only to have someone who knows about it start killing them a year later

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Why did they keep the prank a secret?  He caused his own death really.  I don’t get it.  Why did they make this piece of trash movie?  It’s highly predictable until the bullshit supernatural ending.  I don’t get it.

I suppose we weren’t supposed to laugh at this movie, but we did.  The whole way through. Why is the fisherman even coming after them?  We didn’t know.  Apparently teenagers aren’t allowed to have secrets.  Apparently, even if it has nothing to do with him, a dead fisherman will come back and start killing you and your friends if you lie.  Whatever!

We didn’t honestly give a shit about anyone, especially the “bad girl” that weighed about 60 lbs. soaking wet.  Even Brooke Nevin, who we loved in Infestation, couldn’t peek our interest in this.  We were just left wondering why so many people we’ve seen make so many better choices, made the choice to make this movie.

Horrible.  Horrible.  More horrible by the second.  We gave it a 17/100.

“The secret dies with you!”

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About TaraRomero

I love 28 Days Later and insist that they are zombies. Infected zombies, but zombies. It's not like they're coming back, are they? No. I also have a strange obsession with Brainscan because I have a stranger obsession with Edward Furlong (mostly pre-drugged up Edward - bless his heart, I've met him and he's lovely and I'll love him till I die). Besides horror I'm addicted to writing about everything I see and think and feel. Also, I read a lot and watch too many game shows. Currently reading Poe and watching Idiotest.
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