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I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer (2008)

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A cricket team are dismissed by a moustachioed serial killer with a razor sharp cricket glove and an arsenal of sharpened stumps. One by one the killer exacts revenge for the torment he endured 20 years earlier.


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Jeff Bye ...
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A cricket team are dismissed by a moustachioed serial killer with a razor sharp cricket glove and an arsenal of sharpened stumps. One by one the killer exacts revenge for the torment he endured 20 years earlier.

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Release Date:

17 October 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ich weiss mal wieder was du letzten Sommer getan hast  »

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AUD 310,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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This film is considered an Ozploitation picture, an Australian exploitation movie. See more »


Referenced in Phelous & the Movies: Phoc and Me (2011) See more »


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Make it stop
6 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have been watching slasher films since I was a kid, to say I've seen some rubbish in my time is putting it mildly, but this film has achieved something great in my eyes....it's the WORST film I have EVER SEEN and that's including all of the straight to video junk of the 80s which is rated 1 star on here.

To say this film is terrible is like saying Hitler was a bit nasty. I'm a playwright and if I ever wrote anything this bad I would want everyone around me to tell me I should quit....and fast.

Nothing in this movie makes sense, nothing is good, the Lighting, the Direction, the Sound, the Cinematography, the Acting, the story, the Suspense, the Humour ....hell even the costumes were bad.

As a slasher it fails at every turn, not one of the kills are well thought out, shot well or acted well. The lead guy (the Detective) is the most unlikeable hero (I was rooting for him to die) and the 'Twist' at the end was so naff I wanted to rip my own eyes out.

The shower scene had one of the worst body doubles I've ever seen and as far as shower scenes go it would seem more in place in a slasher (a bad one) from 30 years ago.

Most of the victims (grown men) pretty much sat there whilst the killer murdered them, not really fighting back and it looked ridiculous. The man who was getting his hair cut was a big muscle guy and instead of fighting back the oh so scary guy in cricket gear he just sat there.....so much for butch Aussie men.

It had the typical 'let's insult the brits' as most Aussie films do (get over it all ready) and the hairdresser characters sexuality was questioned (yawn).

The 'visual effects' shots were so bad, I've seen better in short film that were made for £10 and the gore was beyond stupid (and fake looking) The cast ranged from bad to bloody awful and the Director and writers should be ashamed for coming up with such garbage. Don't get me wrong I love slasher/comedy genre pics, I even like the tacky ones like Prom Night, Graduation Day, Silent Night Deadly Night etc but they all look like Oscar winners compared to this, this one does not just scrape the bottom of the barrel, it digs down deeper.

The biggest sin of all though is one thing a slasher film should NEVER be no matter how bad or good it is is boring......this one is coma inducing.

The name of this film is what will get people to rent it but PLEASE PLEASE Don't, you would have more fun staring at a blank wall.

It did have one good thing going for it.....it was short AVOID AT ALL COSTS

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