“Get the hook”

Films: I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998), I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006)

Alias: The Fisherman

Type: Natural/Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: More times than often, revenge is the crux of these killers' mundus operandi. And in some cases, that revenge simply won't ever find the time to die.

History: Ben Willis had just got done killing a guy who got his daughter killed in a car accident. Then out of nowhere, a car hit him, and the panicked teen drivers tossed his body into the water. But Ben didn't die, nor did he forget. Now, he's hunting down his would-be killers, one hook-related death at a time.

Notable Kills: Impales someone on a forklift at one point.

Final Fate: Every time Willis appears, he dies and rises again. Even when his son came into the picture, they both died. But at some point, Willis became a revenant, hunting down anyone who dares try to hide their horrible murder secrets for the rest of eternity.

Powers/Abilities: Willis' signature weapon is a long hook used to impale foes. He becomes near-invincible as a revenant.

Weakness: Anything conventional (at first).

Scariness Factor: 4-Ben is that one urban legend about the stalker with the hook make reality, and then some. Always cloaked in darkness and capable of finding at least thirty different ways to kill you with a hook, he only got worse when turned into a slightly rotting spirit of vengeance.

Trivia: -Willis was first played by Muse Watson, who seemed to find his calling in crime drama shows.

-The hit-and-run victim from the novel this film was based on was a young boy. But the screenwriter changed this, taking inspiration from his father's job as a fisherman to change both the setting and the killer's identity.


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Manslaughter cover-ups require extensive care, it seems.

You can never really run from your past when sequels are on the line.

That title? Good final words for Ben.

Sorry. Not hooked to this franchise yet.



"One more sequel and I'll..."

Something, something, sins of the father...

Age has NOT been kind to you, Fisherman.


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