As a fan of Slasher Horror and the 80s, Summerhaven: Knife to Know You already captivated me from the start. The teen-flick pulp horror aesthetic is really spot on without being too on the nose. The story itself is a nice introduction to the supposedly larger "universe" of Summerhaven, which is totally nice. The slasher villain feels grounded and interesting, which gives a different vibe from all those silent types slasher villains e.g. Leatherface, Michael, Jason. The art in this really fits the whole layout and aesthetic of the product, which is great. The extra rules/mechanics such as Ten Fingers, choices between Standard or Pulp, and the addition of sidekick really gives this whole different vibe from your typical 5e adventures.
I really recommend Knife to Know You, for those who are fan of Slasher Horror (or horror in general), or those who are looking for something different. I give it a 5 out of 5!
[5 of 5 Stars!]