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I recently acquired a mini film cell from an up and coming horror store called Horror Warehouse, it was for the ‘I Know…’ film and just looks damn good in my slowly building horror collection.
Here it is in all its glory:
Make sure to stop by http://www.horrorwarehouse.com for all your Horror related needs!
Oh and on Wikipedia on a fourth entry in the franchise:
In 2008, it was suggested that there could be a fourth sequel to the series, ignoring the third film entirely. The film, supposedly titled Last Summer 3D, would mark the beginning of a new trilogy in the series, similar to role of the 2011 film Scream 4, and would feature the main cast of the first two films. Initially, the film was given a release date of April 20, 2011. However, it was later announced that production was cancelled. There are currently no knew proposals for future films in the series.
Mainly known as ‘La polizia chiede aiuto’.
Plot: Police investigate apparent suicide of teen girl and uncover details of a teenage prostitution racket. They go on the hunt for a motorcycle riding killer.
Review: Now this was a creepy film to watch, especially the parts with the young girls from the high school with the killer. Originally an Italian flick I’ve only got to see this dubbed in English recently (and I hate dubs!).
The girls here actually look like real schoolgirls, but don’t that play on your mind, they actually run an underground prostitution ring (that involves one of the investigator’s daughters). Weird stuff that only the Italian’s can pull off.
Director Massimo Dallamano does his best from the screenplay (co-wrote it) and there are some Argento Galileo moments but the timing just sets it off tad, not saying they’re bad but watch an Dario Argento flick to get an idea.
The black clad biker is a stand-out in this as you don’t really get ‘killer bikers’ in films nowadays. Plus he can out-run anyone so why not bomb him instead?
There is a great bike-car chase scene that’s sped up just that bit too much and you immediately catch on, hilarious to say the least.
Yes I know, strange cover, but what do you expect from the Euro-Trash of the 70′s? Speaking of that I’ll have a lot more of these watched and reviewed so look out for them.
Shameless have done a great job on the print and dub but I would have preferred the original language with English subtitles – but this did the job fine.
Thanks to xploitedcinema for the trailer (via ebay).