Director: Sylvain White
Genre: Horror/ Thriller/ Crime
Runtime: 92 minutes
Starring: Brooke Nevin, David Paetkau, Torrey DeVitto, Ben Easter, Seth Packard, K.C. Clyde, Clayton Taylor, Michael Flynn, Britt Leary, Star LaPoint, Junior Richard, Levy Whitlock, Chad Chiniquey, Manny Slack, James Jamison, Brett Yoder, Don Shanks
Description: A group of teenagers in Colorado find themselves being stalked and killed one by one by a mysterious figure with a hook, exactly one year after they covered up a friend's accidental death.
Review: I kind of knew that this was going to be bad, but I didn’t think it was this bad! The movie starts with a group of teen friends at a carnival. They tell each other the myth of the fisherman, who kills people on the 4th of July. Not much later a man with a fishing hook appears and rattles the town. We find out that the group of teens played a prank, but one of their friends died because of it. They decide to cover it up and never speak of it again. But exactly a year later one of them starts getting messages saying: I know what you did last summer.
It all sounds very familiar, much like the first film. No originality. I always like to watch slasher films, because even when they’re bad it’s enjoyable. Well, “I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer” isn’t even that. It’s just too bad. You don’t give a shit about the characters, terrible acting, it’s illogical, makes no sense. And towards the end, it feels more like a supernatural film. So stupid.
I didn’t know about this sequel and there is a reason for that. And I kind of wished I still didn’t know about it. What a piece of crap.
Rating: 0,5/ 5