Question: Why do all the movie serial killers have to speak in this creepy, distorted whisper? Oh, and why do they laugh after every third word? What's so funny? I don't get it. And speaking of things that you may or may not get, a new video blog has surfaced for that Lindsay Lohan flick I Know Who Killed Me. It kind of has this rough, thrown-together-to-look-amateurish look, and viewers can scroll through a number of weird little videos in which our killer videotapes his work area, missing girl posters and a press conference with the local police -- all while narrating; spewing out bizarre quotes that don't seem to make any sense whatsoever. And above the little video player, he writes: "She's different. Alike in sameness, most don't understand what it takes to unite with their inner sensations. Meet an exception."

As of now, you can only watch five films. However, there are still 15 films that haven't been unlocked yet; based on what they tell us, it appears one (or two) will open up each week. In the pic, La Lohan plays a stripper who is kidnapped, raped, tortured -- the whole nine. But after she's rescued -- holed up in a hospital without any legs, or so I hear -- she claims to be someone else, and that the real girl they're looking for is still missing. Is the poor gal suffering from post-traumatic stress, or is there something a bit more sinister at play here? Although it's a horror flick, this is an important role for Lohan's career -- people want to see if she has what it takes to really lay it all out there. And while I never thought I'd say this, there's a part of me that's seriously looking forward to watching Lohan in this film. Directed by Chris Sivertson, I Know Who Killed Me arrives in theaters on July 27. (Oh, and keep an eye on that video blog; do let us know if something funky happens.)