Summary: Rotten Tomatoes

A year after running over a fisherman and dumping his body in the water, four friends reconvene when Julie receives a frightening letter telling her that their crime was seen. While pursuing who he thinks is responsible for the letter, Barry is run over by a man with a meat hook. The bloodletting only increases from there, as the killer with the hook continues to stalk Julie, Helen and Ray.

 

Nerd Corner:

Evolution of the slasher, use of slasher tropes

Theme, symbolism, motif, imagery, genre conventions

 

Tropes:

Genre savvy

Horror Doesn’t Settle for a Simple Tuesday

It was Here, I Swear!

Menacing Stroll

Nobody Here but Us Statues

Not Quite Dead 

Peekaboo Corpse

Red Herring

The Reveal

Spiritual Antithesis 

Villain Ball

 

Scale:

Flecks of crab dust

 

Works Cited:

Grevas, Andrew. (2020, June 12). Horror In The ’90s: A Decade Of Reflection & Change. Horror Obsessive. https://horrorobsessive.com/2020/06/12/horror-in-the-90s-a-decade-of-reflection-change/

 

Lannom, SC. (2020, July 5). What is a Motif? Definition and Examples for Filmmakers. Studio Binder. https://www.studiobinder.com/blog/what-is-a-motif-in-film/

 

https://literarydevices.net/motif/

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Know_What_You_Did_Last_Summer

 

Kate Notes:

Interesting exclamation point choice. I would have opted for no punctuation or a period. It maybe that’s a millennial thing

“Max You’re fucking dead.” He is tho lol

I love how they yell secrets when the door is open

How could anyone know? He yells after loudly talking about the murder from last summer and his role in it

Friends anyone could know cause all of you are so bad at using your inside voices

Something rattling in the car as she drives

Babe pull over and investigate

A snake? Bees? Raccoon? Bird?

Huh. I didn’t guess Max with a crab in his mouth

The whirring of the ceiling fans

Very Scream where she’s so close to help yet they can’t hear her

A good man will keep his hook clean