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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?
I still don't give a fuck. Just go away.
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…
You know what I love? Sequels that try to relive the original but this time in a tropical location.
Edit: I re-read that first part and realized it came off pretty sarcastic. I just want everyone to know that was extremely sincere. I legitimately love tropical sequels.
I liked it but what I really got out of this movie is that I want to take an off season tropical vacation to a creepy resort managed by Jeffrey Combs. What radio station is giving away that prize?
AKA "Convenient Escape Routes Vol. 2"
"Dropping Your Efficient Weapons When You Need Them The Most"
"I Still Don't Give a Shit About What You Did Last Summer"
How many I STILL KNOW characters does it take to undo a zip tie?
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…
Main takeaway: Brandy wears the same scratch-and-sniff Chinese food shirt (yes, you read that right) that I owned in middle school.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is the movie you invite your friends over and collectively yell at the screen at the stupid actions these characters take. This is the type of slasher flick Wes Craven would poke fun at in Stab, you know the movie franchise within his Scream franchise. The whole point of Stab was to show how conventional and predictable a majority of slasher movies were in the '90s, but even though they were predictable and followed a formula, people still loved to go see them thus creating a cult following. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is a dumb and fun horror movie with a couple of surprises that got me since I haven't seen it in so long.
A ridiculous nonsenseicle title...Brandy...Halerious, but it's not suppose to be.
My daughter and I continued with the Summer films. I didn't really like this one when I first saw it and barely remembered any of it. Second viewing didn't help. This one is garbage. It makes the first one seem like a masterpiece by comparison. Not Jeffery Combs can elevate this dreck.
I know it's not very good, but I still enjoy it.
Bad in an almost enjoyable sort of way.
There are so many moments where a character thinks there's someone there so they decide to investigate, and the score will slowly build up the suspense, and then there's a jump scare where it turns out to be just another character doing laundry or something. And everyone is so dumb.
Realized about an hour in that I'd already seen this. It mostly just gave me a big ol' Club Dread boner. +1 star for Jeffrey Combs.
Why oh why didn't Jack Black die sooner?
All the films mentioned by name in Kim Newman's definitive encyclopedia of horror films, Nightmare Movies. Well worth a read.…