I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
When we last left Julie James, she had just spent a harrowing summer running for her life and dealing with the brutal murders of her high school friends. One year later, Julie has fled her hometown to attend college in Boston and leave the painful memories behind her. But despite her best efforts to lead a normal life, the past has caught up with her.
Genre: Horror,Mystery,Thriller
Director: Danny Cannon
Release Date: November 13, 1998
Producers: William S. Beasley,Stokely Chaffin,Erik Feig,Neal H. Moritz
Actors: Jennifer Love Hewitt,Freddie Prinze Jr.,Brandy Norwood,Mekhi Phifer,Muse Watson,Bill Cobbs,Matthew Settle,Jeffrey Combs,Jennifer Esposito,John Hawkes,Ellerine Harding,Benjamin Brown,Red West,Michael P. Byrne,Michael Bryan French,Dee Anne Helsel
             
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