This is one of those cheesy B-horror films that actually does work on the so-bad-it's-good scale. There are some classically stupid moments here, such as when a character is about to commit suicide but hears a noise. Despite the fact that he was mere moments away from slicing his wrists (with the actual hook from the killer, which he bought off eBay), he decides to postpone his adventure into the afterlife. He browses the area around him, and sees a tarp with something menacing-looking behind it. He tears it down, only to be spooked by a coat. "Coat", he says, obviously speaking out loud as to confirm that he really is looking at a coat. Then the fisherman actually kills him. It's sad, really. I mean, Mr. Suicidal had so much to live for... why did HE have to die? -- This is just one of many scenes that made me groan with laughter. Other such moments include the actual reveal of who the killer is (I was making jokes about who it actually might be, and then I actually turned out to be right - that's just sad), and brilliantly written dialogue like, "You're lucky you have a chainsaw, douche!" And then on top of those things, there's also about a hundred cheap scares... during every scene. So hey, lets make another...
Every time a character pops of nowhere, or a cop bursts into the scene, or some machinery suddenly turns on... you have to take a drink. If you take a shot every time a "boo" scare takes place, by the end of the movie you will be so smashed that you won't know Uwe Boll from a big slimy asshole. Then again, not many people can tell the difference when they're sober, either.
Audio Commentary (with director Sylvain White): This is a fairly blasť yak-track, with Sylvain pretty much explaining much of the on-screen antics and discussing his ideas behind them. The only thing I found of interest was that after he mentioned that all the people who were in the carnival were just regular people (not extras), I noticed that literally every person in the background kept looking at the camera as they walked by. Funny shite.
Making of I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (26:39): I liked some of the behind-the-scenes footage, but other than that, this featurette didn't show much of interest. It was mostly people talking about how great it was working with other people.
There are also a number of Previews (8, to be exact).
Hey folks! Stay tuned for the next sequel... Just In Case You Forgot, I'll Still Always Know What You Did Last Summer.