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  • A robot kill all humans Human we got nuke virus an can hack robot but yet we got kill by robot

  • just from the first 7 minutes I gonna say this sounds like San Andrea's were a massive earth quake hits the west coast

  • Someone get these folks a lawnmower

  • So basically, this was a documentary about CNN

  • I REALLY LIKED THIS MOVIE

  • REAdy or not is great !! I'm a massive horror fan and no not really modern horror I love Italian horror the most and slashers and all sorts But it annoys me that he's complaining about the trailer giving everything away DONT WATCH THE TRAILER I don't watch the trailer !!

  • I’m going to come back to this video once I make a cannon that can replace the human arm. mark my words, f o u n d f l i x.

  • I’m guessing DJ’s real name was Halloran

  • Cabin in the Woods has to be one of those only movies to launch someones career from after the actor had became big. Since It's release was dayed for so long Thor ended up coming out before the one that got him noticed for that movie in the first place.

  • 3:18 makin my way down town

  • Could you do a ending explain for the paranormal Activity movies to see what the entire story is. Like what you did with insidious. Please and thank you

  • Imagine Junji Ito writing this-

  • 12:40 this... fucked me up this movie dude holy crap... insane seriously wtf

  • this is my favorite youtube channel , no cap

  • Video:ending explained When you watch the video:basically the whole movie

  • i wish he would talk normally and not like a newscaster :P

  • Why does this movie have 5 stars, I just watched now right now in fact and give it a 3 star for that shitty ending and plus that black kids dreams mean nothing to the plot. And that ending made no sense, at least they should have showed Paul shooting Travis because he is sick. 5 stars on Netflix please, I give it 3 Star.

  • Flexing your acting skills

  • I would have loved it if shes the ones that caused their deaths at the end in some strange way. Especially with her maniac laughter (I love that laughter so much). Like since she won the game she could choose weather or no to spare them

  • peaky blinders

  • The dumbest decision was Kaylie's decision to lay out all o her plans and protocols, right in front of the mirror. Because in the end, the mirror bent reality in direct opposition to said rules. It's exactly like a supervillain laying out his carefully and well thought out plan to the hero he's captured.

  • A ransom what song was that again : ransom: I Got black I got white what u want

  • $10,000? That is not enough to do this shit.

  • My dude face 2:40 and pause it

  • DONT BE AFRAID OF THE DARK

  • DONT BE AFRAID OF THE DARK

  • Don’t be afraid of the dark

  • DONT BE AFRAID OF THE DARK (next pls)

  • The symbol LITERALLY mean BAD. Stupid people

  • Gay

  • Date a live - Black Edition

  • In the beginning I wondered why the monster was called "cancer man". Now I get it. I know kanker means cancer in Dutch because Dutch people basically swear in diseases.

  • Dare the demon to give up its power to possess anything.

  • This was stupid. She already established in the first game that if given a choice to save her friends of have all of Mexico die that she would choose to save Mexico, AND throughout the film she continually acted selflessly by picking "dare" so others didn't have to. So now we're supposed to believe that she decides to unleash carnage on the entire planet to save not all of her friends, but just her and her buddy? What's the point in taking a whole film to establish a character to then juts violate it in the last 2 minutes? They probably had an ending that made sense but then some executive said it didn't test well.

  • damn thats a big ass cat

  • Strap in this is a long idea: It could be the mom had her own twin and their mom died, the twin wasn't around her family much, hence the picture and not knowing certain events their actual mother would know. This would also explain the fact the kids thinking there is something just slightly off about her, the twin wouldn't do things the exact way their mother would. Seeing her twin sister's kid going through the same thing she is going through reminds her of her current situation and brings up painful thoughts like how she can't see her anymore or reconcile so she acts out at the surviving kid. Up until then the mother had been consoling her son by feeding into the fact nothing happened as to protect him since she had a stronger bond towards her kid, but her twin couldn't because she was more driven by the truth than keeping up a facade and thought that it would be healthier for him. The twin is in the hospital for surgery because she feels like she's the "ugly" one possibly over being the reason for the twin boys not knowing of her at all. After being estranged for so long this might be a chance to redeem herself in her own eyes, instead following common movie horror tropes and facilitating the worsening of the kids obvious burgeoning mental illness(s).

  • ro-tv.com/tv/video-J5QXELIrH0g.html knives out confusing review!

  • This isn't a origin theory he just telling us what he looks like

  • did anyone else realize that eli is a jumble for lie? i felt it was pretty obvious

  • All the children in the foster system and she chose to make a deal with the devil for a baby ?

  • Me and my homies watched this together and laughed our asses off at this movie

  • Another very different genre was Spencer in Instant Family. Very versatile actress.

  • Should've just stayed with Elio

  • so im guessing there were 2 murders? one by delbert grady and the other by charles grady? bc the twins were from the 20s and charles grady’s daughters were 8 and 10, as they say in the movie.

  • If Marta actually knew what medicine she injected without reading the label, why would she freak out? Wouldn't she realize right there that drugs were swapped?

  • Am I the only one watching scary movies in daylight at public

  • Still tho the nurses are dicks

  • Who would win in a fight? Cole or Grace from Ready or Not? Both have 15 minutes of prep time, and the battlefield is the Le Domas Mansion. Neither know the layout, but the house is filled with weapons.

  • Laura shoulda used Instagram or maybe Snapchat XD

  • If I ever see the behemoth irl, I know my life ends there.

  • Oh no not furrys

  • George A Romero is the best . I loved how his zombies 🧟‍♂️🧟 just evolved from being brainless or mindless humans to intelligent zombies and most importantly good zombies . I dislike those people who say all zombies are dumb and don't have feelings 😡 . RIP George A Romero. The godfather of living corpses.

  • The house doesnt physically exist. Remember the big search after the first film... they never found it

  • The captain was drunk all the time

  • Oh my god Jaeden is so handsome, i love him!

  • Finally watched this movie last night. I fully agree with you on the special affects. But I kinda liked the humor. It drove home that these adult actors were the grown up versions of the kids in chapter 1. I could easily picture the kids delivering all the same lines. Also, I’m thinking with their memory’s being lost then coming back 27 years later all at once, they probable got a boost to that part of their adult selves that were still children. The humor didn’t really take away from the scare to me but I never found any of the IT movies very scary to begin with. Enjoyable additions to the horror genre, good movies over all but but not very scary. Idk, I’ve been called nuts before lol

  • You forgot they sugar coated that name steam. What they really mean is adrenochrome

  • Is it bad that I'm watching this at night?

  • May I make a sugesten? Maybe 'A Christmas Horror Story' from 2015 would be a good movie to explain due to it being a little confusing and it being the time of year? Sorry if this isn't the right place/way to ask but I'm not sure where else I could go. Sorry

  • Just ran across this movie and also didn't know it was a sequel since flashback sequences at the beginning filled in on Arkin's previous experience. Though I'm not a Saw Fan or Hostel, I liked this movie due to the Collector and Arkin characters. I had to really dig in my suspension of disbelief with the opening as how the heck did he set up all these traps in that building?! It didn't look abandoned. You kind of fell sorry for the Collector in the end when your realize what he experienced as a child but at the same time you're rooting for Arkin to destory him as the Collector's mentality is so far gone there is no fixing him. Being a momma to three pups I hated what he did to those beautiful German Shepards. Killing humans - no prob. Screw with animals then we gotta talk.

  • I scrolled for a bit to see if anyone shared my take with no luck, which means I'm probably wrong. But, briefly, here goes: There is no (long-term) sickness. Perhaps a viral outbreak that caused some to get out of the cities for a time. No sickness except for the "father", who is nuts. *PC Disclaimer* I've been in interracial relationships, and there are several mixed couples/children in my family. So I'm not being that guy. There isn't a lot of history of their relationship, and I did notice the sharp contrast between the affection of the two couples. Furthermore you never see the full gooey sickness except in dream sequences. Grandpa at the beginning def didn't look too hot, but it was different. At the table after the mom and son come across as scared to me. I realize there are several holes in my theory, but I'm actually rewatching it right away to see if it holds water. Basically I believe it's sort of the opposite twist that occurs in 10 Cloverfield Lane. Thanks and let me know what you think.

  • Here from Jeremy Jahns' review of this year's 'Black Christmas' and god fucking damnit, they turned this classic, AMAZING film into a pile of feminzai dogshit. Fuck you Hollywood!

  • so Danny become a spirit that keeped in Abra mind?

  • 1974 version is 7/10 (2019 remake is 0/10 ..it was just HORRIBLE!!) DON'T WATCH IT!!!!

  • For a movie that is rated R it felt very PG-13. I rolled my eyes when a CG monster showed up. Usually there is no real interaction with the character and its just some.. thing chasing after them and nothing happens. Over and over again. Very lame. The best thing about this movie was the casting, especially Eds. Felt like they kinda dumped on the Mike character though :/

  • Is it me or the title is misleading? 15 minutes into the video i haven't heard the ending being explained. the title should have been Brightburn summary.

  • Guys do anyone know the link to watch this trilogy ....

  • Finally understood this movie after watching it a couple of years ago. 😂

  • Stupid movie

  • They Just Too Lucky Damn it. I Can't Do A Speedrun Without Encounter Magikarp 3 Times.

  • Just call it movie explained already

  • how did he got the footage of events that only happen on novel?

  • And that’s why you research

  • I live in Australia Tall grass is already dangerous for us

  • This movie was shit...didnt make sense...pointless and had no ending..

  • now i know why i alway be rekt by the game's AI. Damn they are too good at schemes

  • That movie escalated quickly

  • What a disappointment it was!!

  • Watch my RO-tv channel it’s very good

  • I love this channel but your voice is the worst. Why are you shouting all the lines so strongly?

  • If i remember right, the annabell movie said that if you know the true name of the demon, you can command them or expell them, right? So when you ask the demon, if he chose truth, just ask his true name. So simple

  • Today is Friday the 13th on that day is the Black Christmas (2019 Remake) do a ending explained

  • They way little Paul was copying that private was so cute. It's a wonderful movie. I would love to see part 2 when they go in Germany to finish Hitler. Chole was badass. Also when it comes on saving family people everyone can became superhuman naturally.

  • this is why I love the line, "... the prometheus school of running away from things"

  • I love this movie

  • I guess anything can pass for a Stephen King book these days. He wrote good stuff like 30 years ago believe it or not.

  • Roblox

  • Honestly, I have to disagree with your opinions on the return to the overlook. It was less fan service and more bringing the story back full circle. The story goes back to where it starts which, I’m my opinion is always good. Dan Torrance’s death was perfect as well, to me at least. It’s a book reference as well as a classic Stephen King trick, killing off the MC right at the end

  • I can't believe I clicked on a movie ending video and got spoilers of how the apocalypse will go down

  • What if I told you the actor that plays Josh is 39 years old....

  • 1st purge is the best

  • I couldn't make it more than a minute. His voice is so needlessly jarring. Stop shouting, sir - we can hear you. Just speak in your regular tone.

  • I loved this movie, it was hilarious! I think her reactions were genuine since she was in shock and not thinking rationally, and the final family exploding scene and the scene when she punches the kid were so funny I can forgive some simplistic plot development.

  • I suspect that reviewers who believe this movie to be the weirdest, most deranged and tripped-out film they've ever seen have not watched many movies. I recommend you watch "The Wicker Man" from 1973, Alejandro Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain" and Sergei Parajanov's "The Color of Pomegranates" before you watch this watered down, pretentious murk in order to get a sense of how movies can truly be mind-altering. The "story" is essentially every cliché of the slasher genre mashed together: a group of young people naively go into the wilderness (Sweden, very scary place lol) and encounter messed up stuff. They each die one by one and, SPOILER ALERT, there is a "final girl" who survives in the end. The rest of this cliché story is fluff. If you think, based on the trailer, that much of this film will mirror the original Wicker Man, you are exactly right. There is even a big fire at the end where a guy gets burned alive. There is a fine line between homage and rip-off and this may a great example of a film that slips over the edge into complete rip-off territory. I won't even go into all the logical loopholes in the story and the scenario, or point out that none of the customs line up at all with ancient Scandinavian rituals (thus making one wonder why this even takes place in Sweden to begin with, like, why couldn't this be a cult in upstate NY?) because there's no point. The script doesn't even attempt to be deep, the research here is sub-Wikepedia level, and the characters are cookie-cutter types you've seen before in a million other horror movies. One logical question I would ask, however, is how come all of these people are anthropology PhD students going to research Scandinavian paganism but none of them speak Swedish??!?!? Has the writer ever even talked to someone with a PhD??? All this said, Florence Pugh is a talented actress and does a great job with the shallow script. She transcends the material and shows that she can be a powerful dramatic actress. The cinematography is gorgeous too. The editing and sound are pitch perfect. I was especially taken by the set design, the use of furniture and quirky wall paintings to give the film a sense of intricate beauty to contrast with the horror. This is all really fabulous and the people who worked on these aspects of the film should be commended. It is all cosmetic, however. Without the mask of beautiful production and a gifted actress, the director/ writer Aster has absolutely nothing going on here. "Hereditary" was a very good, solid horror film and I wonder if Aster didn't rush into this sophomore effort too soon. This seems like a script he could have banged out in a night, especially since it feels like something made out of other films. It also seems that Aster repeats some of the same tricks from "Hereditary"- using shocking, Gaspar Noé-like violence and relying on making his audience feel uncomfortable at the sight of incongruously naked people running around. These stock images are going to get old really fast for him, he needs to work on building up to scares that really pay off. There will be people who love this director, who are swept away by the cool style and photography of this film or who have simply never seen any of the hundreds of other movies out there with strange imagery and creepy paganism, and these people are going to think this movie is a mind-blower. That's nice, but please watch "The Wicker Man" from 1973 first before you fall in love with this dumpster fire.

  • Sam is so CUTE

  • Did he just narrate the whole movie? He could just have said "watch the damn movie".

  • To be fair, the idea of a found footage style filming without some bullshit explanation to why a fuckhead would film a death situation is pretty cool. Way better than say, Cloverfield

  • The baff I like how in the end u said I'm off to a bath

  • Hey foundflix although i don't watch too much of your content could you do me a favor and do an ending explained of Black Christmas (2019)

  • This is basically scp Edit: as in the creatures escaping