Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Someone is dying for a second chance.
Unfinished business with coed Julie James brings the murderer to the Bahamas to terrorize her and her friends, Karla, Tyrell and Will, during a vacation. Can Ray Bronson who survived a bloody attack alongside Julie two summers ago, get to the island in time to save everyone?
Let's see...I did not like the first one...and yet here I am watching part 2....I can blame @Darryl Bowen who told me part 3 was funny....so you gotta watch part 2 before you can watch part 3. This time around our heroes end up at beach resort that is closing down for the season (popular Scooby-Doo plot twist)...and what do you know?...Ben Willis the bad guy from part 1 is on the island too....Ben Willis just does not have the same scary ring as Norman Bates or Freddy Kruger.
The best part of this movie is seeing all the pretty well known supporting characters biting the dust. Jack Black, Bill Cobb(Oz the Great and Powerful), John Hawkes(Oscar nominated for Winter's…
I still don't give a fuck. Just go away.
After the release of the very successful, and quite enjoyable I Know What You Did Last Summer, comes the sequel titled, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer. Danny Cannon directs this 1998 slasher, that aims to further the story of Julie James while building on the success of its predecessor.
One year after the events of the hellish summer that Julie and Ray had to go through, managing to avoid getting killed by the hands of the vengeful Ben Willis, Julie is now attending summer school in Boston, while Ray is still working at Southport. After winning a trip to The Bahamas, Julie, and her room-mate and self titled “best friend”, Karla, go on the trip with Karla's…
This film is rumoured to have cost $65,000,000. What the hell were they thinking?
Shall I put this preposterousness in perspective for you? I Still Know What You Did Last Summer cost $41,000,000 more than Scream 2 which grossed $172,000,000. It cost $35,000,000 more than contemporary sci-fi masterpiece, District 9 which grossed $211,000,000. The budget for I Still Know is over 1000 times of that of The Blair Witch Project which grossed $249,000,000. The entire Friday the 13th franchise only cost $20,000,000 more (that's 12 films in total) than this turd.
So what do you get for a $65,000,000 slasher sequel nobody asked for? What the fuck did they spend the money on?
1. Low cut tops for Jennifer Love-Hewitt…
No point making a slasher movie that makes money unless your going to pump out sequels and just a year after the original we got just that. You can sense how quickly it was put together and the plot really is of little consequence. Just know that somebody wearing fisherman's attire is going to start killing and that you better look out.
The plot is that JLH is roommates with Brandy who gets a call from a radio station and wins 4 tickets to the Bahamas. Along for the trip are Brandies boyfriend and some guy that likes JLH but shes not so sure about him. Look for Jack Black as stoner guy who gets killed.
Expectantly braindead this sequel…
I feel more suspense waiting for the kettle to boil than I do watching this film. The funniest moments are unintentional, mainly when director Danny Cannon attempts to make it serious and interesting.
There's a couple of well-known faces thrown into the mix that are quite fun to spot but insignificant elements, lost in a plot that couldn't be more predictable. The script is so dire it's distracting, even for someone like me who often embraces cheap horror. My cat could've done a better job than whoever wrote this.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is...oh wait, I forgotten it already. There's definitely nothing new to be found here.
This just felt unnecessary for everyone involved. There have been worse sequels, but this just has a big problem when even its left-field twists feel inevitable.
So more of the same the killer with the fish hook is back stalking Jennifer Love Hewitt and some other friends on a island getaway
I wonder how many people clued into what was the capitol of Brazil ?
Jack Black what are you doing in this film as a pot smoking Rastafarian man!
Not even Jeffrey Combs could save this
Hmm so since the last part of the first film was a dream does this mean the last part of this film is a dream as well...hold on there is I Will Always Know What You Did Last Summer but no JLH interesting...
want to watch freddie prince jr brush his teeth for 20 minutes with an electric toothbrush?
They really should have quit with the last one. Brandy what were you thinking?
Julie James is having trouble putting the past behind her after the events of the previous summer (and the one before that, technically). Her friend and roommate Karla wants her to break away from her old life and her old boyfriend Ray and start over with a clean slate.
When a radio contest provides them a chance for a free weekend at an island resort, the girls jump at the chance, bringing along Karla's boyfriend Tyrell and Julie's potential new flame, Will. But when they get to the resort, things take a turn for the murderous as storms trap them on the island with the now hook-handed fisherman, Ben Willis, who still knows...
As with the slasher sequels of old,…
My review -- this film is now on DVD and yes it does have a small profit margin. The contents, is as follows well it is another anniversary of this tragic accident that happened a couple of years ago and the survivor is out for revenge. Now it is confession time, I have no problems with saying this, but I only got through about 35 minutes of this film and I can put that down to simply this film is boring, repetitive and so slow I would prefer to watch paint dry. From a professional standpoint, I can't stand it when a franchise doesn't learn anything from its predecessor and just falls into the same kind of problems, such as…
A bit boring, but the soundtrack is awesome with Esthero, Hooverphonic and else including.
Brandy? Jack Black with dreads? Why are we in the Bahamas?
Jennifer Love Hewitt's bewbs.
Contains every horror film made that is not lost and is found on the letterboxd database.
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Horror movies I've seen. List copied from my IMDB account. It will keep expanding.
In no particular order.