I Know Who Killed Me (2007) (part 7 of 8)

Dakota asks to see Dead Girl’s room. Among the brick-a-brack, creepy dolls and, yes, more owls, she spies a trophy way up on a top shelf. She stretches to reach it, but Aubrey’s Mom shows up just then, and Dakota is dragged back home. So much for that supposed clue, which never becomes important anyway, so this entire journey to Dead Girl’s house is mostly pointless.

Caption contributed by Jack

”We shall take you away to our magic land. We will call you ‘Momma.’“

As they drag her to the car, Dakota abruptly divines that the real Aubrey is still in the hands of Baseball Cap. Also, she says that Dad knows she’s telling the truth about all of this. How the hell she figured that out from this little visit is anyone’s guess, but it’s confirmed when Dad whispers to her to “just shut the fuck up.” And here, Dakota gets a priceless expression on her face, almost like she finds this latest plot development to be as bat-shit crazy as the rest of us.

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Jack Spencer, Jr.

Jack Spencer Jr has lived in New York State his entire life at various points along the Thruway like an incontinent who has to stop at every rest area. He spent much of his youth reading books, watching television shows and movies. After high school, he became more aware of films on the extreme ends of the cinematic bell curve, both the excellent, such as Jaws, Citizen Kane and Casablanca, and the turgid, like Plan 9 From Outer Space, Robot Monster, and Jaws: the Revenge. When not writing recaps or posting on the forums with all the je ne sais quoi of a monkey flinging chocolate-frosted marshmallows at people, he's staring at the ceiling where he's tacked up a helpful note: "Get back to WORK."

Multi-Part Article: I Know Who Killed Me (2007)

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