So what else can I say to make you watch this movie? Is there some awkward non-topless pole dancing? Yes. Is there a sex scene with amputee Lindsay? Oh yes; I like to think that this movie must have been like a Christmas present for amputee fetishists.
It's also a lot of fun to identify and discuss all of the movie's many inconsistencies. For example, high school Lohan is supposed to be all innocent and virginal but then there's this one scene (she is fully dressed -- wearing a sweater -- and yet somehow it is amazingly obscene) where she flirts it up pretty hardcore with this dirty lawncare guy. What's up with that?
The director was apparently oblivious to the fact that he was making a movie destined to sit on the same shelf as Showgirls, and he tries to get all arty with the cinematography. He mostly does this by hitting the audience over the head with some color-coded blue and red imagery (blue is the color of innocence and red is the color of slut, also blood). Oh and there's an owl for some reason.
So in summation, I Know Who Killed Me has some appeal as a thriller, albeit a bizarre and nonsensical one, but laughing at it adds a whole new level of enjoyment
Screenshots from IKWKM (Tracy Bennett/Tristar pictures) with Lindsay Lohan and Eddie Steeples taken from agonybooth