I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer

I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer

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I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer is a 2006 horror film released straight to DVD on August 22, 2006 as the direct-to-video sequel to 1998's I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and I Know What You Did Last Summer and the third installment in the series. It was filmed in Park City, Utah. Despite the fact the title implies the movie is a continuation of the storyline, it does not have any of the cast returning from the first two movies. It holds a rare 0% rating on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes.


Amber Williams (Brooke Nevin), her friends Zoe (Torrey DeVitto) and Roger (Seth Packard), and her boyfriend Colby Patterson (David Paetkau) stage a prank at the town carnival, with Roger faking the return of the "Fisherman" killer. However, their friend P.J Davis (Clay Taylor) is accidentally killed during the stunt, and to cover up what happened they burn the evidence and make a pact that the secret will die with them.

One year passes after the group separates, and Amber returns to town to discover that Colby never left to pursue his scholarship. She leaves the party angry, and goes up to the mountains where she encounters one of the officers who witnessed the accident, Deputy Haffner (K.C. Clyde). Later that night, Amber awakens to a sound, and receives 50 text messages reading "I know what you did last summer". She drives to Zoe's shack to find her band rehearsing for a concert, and after Amber apologizes for not contacting her,...
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