Summer of ’84

Memory is a killer.

Those who make it out alive in this modern-day homage to ’80s slashers will always live with what happened in their small-town neighborhood.

One of the few films of its kind to contemplate the aftereffects of having your youthful idealism stolen by the serial killer next door, it hits with unexpected power.

Teen boys are disappearing off the streets of an Oregon burb, and the paperboy suspects an outwardly friendly cop on his route may be a monster once behind closed curtains.

Building to a bleak, haunting finale, this is a summer which won’t be forgotten.

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