I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer

Synopsis: On July 4th, in the small Broken Ridge, Colorado, the teenagers Colby, his girlfriend Amber and their friends Zoe, Roger and PJ play a prank with the legend of the Fisherman that kills teenagers with dirty little secrets with his hook in an entertaining park. However, when PJ jumps with his skateboard, there is an unexpected accident and PJ dies. The group stays together and makes a covenant to keep their secret. One year later, Amber receives 50 messages in her cell-phone saying "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and she gathers her friends to find who might have told about their pact. They find that PJ's cousin Lance also knows what they did. Sooner they find that a dark man wearing slicker is chasing them with a hook to kill each one of them.
Director(s): Sylvain White
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min

get something off your mind, call me.

- Drive safe.

- Thanks.

See, Colby,

I knew you couldn't break up with me.

- Give me five minutes, guys.

- All right, Zoe.

Hey, Zoe.

Sorry, you look familiar, do I know you?

- Can you not do this now?

- Okay, when?

After I call you 10 more times

and send you 20 more flyers?

Zoe, I'm sorry, I really am.

I need your help.

Zoe, I don't know what to do.

Somebody sent me this.

Is that supposed to be funny?

Zoe, did you tell anyone?

Yeah, I wrote a song about it,

but don't worry, that single's not out yet.

Okay, could you get serious for one minute?

I never said anything.

What did Colby think?

- I haven't told him yet.

- What's the matter, trouble in paradise?

Zoe, I'm not tough like you.

Look, my parents are out of town.

I can't go to Colby's.

So could you just ask me

to crash here for tonight?

Couch is over there, bathroom's in the back.

He fixes ski lifts?

This is his summer job?

No wonder he hasn't called anybody.


This doesn't feel right.

Maybe we should just

meet him in town later.

Jesus, Amber, chill out!

Okay, okay, let's go!

I don't like this place. Come on.


- What is this, a reunion?

- We need to talk.

Roger! It's important.

Would you shut that thing off?

I got 50 of these last night.

The number's totally blocked.

That's impossible. We got rid of everything.

- Someone knows, Roger.

- Why?

Which one of you opened your mouth?

We were gonna ask you the same thing.

You got the message. Not me.

- What about Colby?

- He's your buddy. He say anything to you?

Are you kidding?

Hasn't even talked to me once

since he went to California.

We gotta go to the cops.

We had our chance to tell the truth, Roger.

Somebody knows now.

What if this guy goes first?

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Lois Duncan

Lois Duncan Steinmetz (April 28, 1934 – June 15, 2016), known as Lois Duncan, was an American writer, novelist, poet, and journalist. She is best known for her young-adult novels, and has been credited by historians as a pioneering figure in the development of young adult fiction, particularly in the genres of horror, thriller, and suspense.The daughter of professional photographers Lois and Joseph Janney Steinmetz, Duncan began writing at a young age, publishing two early novels under the pen name Lois Kerry. Several of her novels, including Hotel for Dogs (1971), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1973), Summer of Fear (1976), and the controversial Killing Mr. Griffin (1978), have been adapted into films. In addition to her novels and children's books, Duncan published several collections of poetry and non-fiction, including Who Killed My Daughter? (1992), which detailed the 1989 unsolved murder of Duncan's teenage daughter, Kaitlyn. She received the 1992 Margaret Edwards Award from the American Library Association for her contribution to writing for teens. After her daughter's murder, Duncan would distance herself from the thriller and horror genres, shifting her focus to picture books and novels aimed for young children. Her last published work, a sequel to Who Killed My Daughter? titled One to the Wolves, was published in 2013. more…

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