Worth Watching - June 10: I Know Who Killed Me Trailer

June 10, 2007

I Know Who Killed Me Trailer

This trailer is a couple of weeks old, but I was encouraged by a close friend to share it with all of you and I thought it'd be worthwhile to do so. Although it stars the currently-in-rehab Lindsay Lohan, the trailer is still worth watching, largely because it looks like it might have a fighting chance as an intriguing thriller. I'm curious to see how it plays out and what all the twists and turns will be and I'll give it a chance, and I hope a few of you will too. Give the trailer a shot and let us know what you think.

Watch the I Know Who Killed Me trailer via Yahoo

I Know Who Killed Me is directed by Chris Sivertson (2005's The Lost) and currently set to hit theaters on July 27. You can check out the pretty neat poster for it below.

I Know Who Killed Me

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I first saw this trailer when I went to see the horrible Bug. I was intruiged by it and very interested. The only thing I don't like is the title, it just seems kinda amaterish. Other then that the trailer is great and I'm excited for this one. I have already heard that they have a prequel and sequel planned depending on how this plays out. Hopefully it doesn't dissapoint. Also, the poster is interesting. I really like that one... any more poster contests coming up (wink, wink)?

Jeff Warner on Jun 10, 2007


Looks like it could be a decent flick. As much as I'd like to completely dislike Lindsay Lohan, I will admit that I don't think she's a bad actress.

Vintage Posters on Jun 10, 2007


Yay, thanks for posting this trailer! This is the movie I'm most excited to see this summer. Thanks for the poster too!

Jessica on Jun 16, 2007

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