“Julia Ormond And Neal McDonough ... Try Their Best With The Material They're Given, But It's Still A Bad Movie.”
“Stop The Unreasonable Killing”
“I Know Who Killed My Career...Me”
“The Lindsay Lohan Bomb Of The First Ten Years Of The 21st Century.”
Gruesomely tawdry and inept.
Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Pretentious and inane, I Know Who Killed Me arouses unexpected sympathy for its embattled star.
Jeannette Catsoulis - New York Times
A credible piece of pop entertainment of the hottie-in-distress genre.
Stephen Hunter - Washington Post
An intensely unpleasant killer-thriller mystery that has nevertheless been directed with low-budget craft by Chris Sivertson.
Ty Burr - Boston Globe
No review could really do justice to the monumental trashiness of this mess; it really has to be seen to be believed.
Elizabeth Weitzman - New York Daily News
Incoherent and semi-vile.
Michael Phillips - Chicago Tribune
The troubled star writhes her way through a red-lit pole dance in the opening credits and shrieks her way through a prolonged torture-porn sequence; after those lurid turns the movie settles into an indifferent mystery plot.
J. R. Jones - Chicago Reader
The film is so cheap, lurid and overwrought it could be made up of lost reels from Grindhouse, except it lacks the knowing, self-referential humor of that B-movie parody.
Colin Covert - Minneapolis Star Tribune
...there's nothing even remotely scary or suspenseful about I Know Who Killed Me. Ridiculous is the word that more often comes to mind...
Christy Lemire - Arizona Republic
A disaster that exerts a perverse fascination.
Joe Leydon - Variety
[A] sleazy, inept and worthless piece of torture porn.
Lou Lumenick - New York Post
The script is shockingly tin-eared and inept.
Roger Moore - Orlando Sentinel
Easily marks the worst movie Lohan has appeared in and the worst performance she has given.
James Berardinelli - ReelViews
There's a fresh candidate in the running for worst movie of 2007 honors.
Michael Rechtshaffen - Hollywood Reporter
It makes you wonder what Lohan was thinking when she said yes to this project.
Christy Lemire - Associated Press
Ben Kenigsberg - Time Out
Joshua Rothkopf - Time Out
The scariest thing about this monumentally bad movie, apart from watching it, is Aubrey's hairless Sphynx cat, which commands more screen time than some secondary characters.
Steve Newton - Georgia Straight
There is nothing about this film that's even a bit redeeming, and so much that's so utterly wrong that whenever you think "it can't get any worse than this moment", you are proven incorrect.
Tim Brayton - Antagony & Ecstasy
Horror/thriller/pile of excrement.
Heather Huntington - ReelzChannel.com
'It is with a mix of fascination and curiosity that I watched this cheesy slasher thriller unravel....By the time the storyline reveals where it is going, I had totally lost interest
Louise Keller - Urban Cinefile
Lindsay Lohan wears more clothes in this movie then she does clubbing in real life.
Brian Holcomb - CinemaBlend.com
I wanted it to be gloriously bad, camp-classic bad, and the movie is too ineptly artsy and unpleasant to make it.
Rob Gonsalves - eFilmCritic.com
Garth Franklin - Dark Horizons
Dificil dizer o que e pior: o roteiro com sua trama ridicula, a direcao que fracassa em suas aspiracoes "lynchinianas" ou a atuacao risivel de Lohan.
Pablo Villaca - Cinema em Cena
...could easily be mistaken for the absolute worst that the straight-to-video landscape has to offer...
David Nusair - Reel Film Reviews
Deserves to die a quick death.
David Schmeichel - Jam! Movies
Lindsay Lohan is such an easy punching bag for her offscreen antics that it's dismaying that this genuinely talented young actress's onscreen career choices haven't done anything to help the cause.
Michael Dequina - TheMovieReport.com
A gruesome whodunit that's missing more than a few brain cells.
Steve Davis - Austin Chronicle
The problem with this film's exploration of a potentially interesting mystery is that I Know Who Killed Me is clumsy, stupid and just plain objectionable.
Brian Webster - Apollo Guide
...incompetent, even as basic torture-porn.
Jim Lane - Sacramento News & Review
too trashy to be a complete bore, though it's also too TV-ish to work as a grand, campy folly
Jesse Hassenger - Filmcritic.com
Know Who Killed Me is ten times more fascinating as an accidental piece of private exposure.
Joshua Rothkopf - Time Out New York
The whole thing is perverse, with first-time (and hopefully last time) screenwriter Jeffrey Hammond and director Chris Sivertson taking particular delight in the way the killer toys with his victims.
Pam Grady - Reel.com
So incredibly wrongheaded and laugh-out-loud funny that it earns enshrinement in the pantheon of cinematic two-headed cows.
Ken Hanke - Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
There is no suspense in this film, just a series of bizarre scenes that make you wonder why you attended this film at all.
Vince Koehler - Entertainment Spectrum
It would be nice to report that Lohan goes out swinging, but her performance, like everything else about the movie, is a train wreck.
Ethan Alter - Film Journal International
The most ridiculous film of its sort since the arrival of the equally ridiculous Boxing Helena. (Yeah, it's that kind of bad.)
Scott Weinberg - FEARnet
Between its garish digital photography and borderline incomprehensible narrative, I Know Who Killed Me at times suggests a hack's attempt at a Lynch film.
Rob Humanick - Slant Magazine
Exquisite in its awfulness, "I Know Who Killed Me" is the kind of stinker that makes it a perfect candidate for campy DVD viewings in years to come.
Linda Cook - Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)
Much like the career of its star, I Know Who Killed Me opens promisingly, starts to stumble in the middle and has gotten so laughably ridiculous by the final act that you can't take it seriously at all.
Brian Tallerico - UGO
[Lohan]'s hitting rock-bottom onscreen, too.
Sean Means - Salt Lake Tribune
I feel extremely disappointed with a thriller when I can tell 'who done it' before the main suspense kicks in. 'I Know Who Killed Me' is that kind of movie."
Betty Jo Tucker - ReelTalk Movie Reviews
The images, flooded in deep blues and reds, are vibrant and just plain gorgeous, turning even empty moments into chances to aesthetically wow the viewer.
Dustin Putman - DustinPutman.com
Lurid, over-sexualized, and boring when it's not being actively unpleasant.
Eric D. Snider - EricDSnider.com
Shoddily scripted and excessively stylized, I Know Who Killed Me pushes the bounds of what audiences will accept both narratively and aesthetically -- and oversteps them in every instance.
Annlee Ellingson - Boxoffice Magazine
Trashy and incompetent - it's one of the worst movies of the year.
Susan Granger - www.susangranger.com
I Know Who Killed Me, ostensibly a horror thriller in the slice-and-dice vein of Captivity and Saw, bagged as many laughs in its bloodbath finale as anything in The Simpsons Movie.
Jan Stuart - Newsday
Risible, grotesque, and incoherent.
Glenn Kenny - Premiere Magazine
Dave White - Movies.com