The Most Traumatizing Endings In HorrorBy RodneyHatfieldJr for Movies
We have as a species like our stories to end with “And they all lived happily ever after”. Most everyone loves a happy ending, however, horror sometimes likes to switch it up. Horror has always been the one genre brave enough to buck the trend of tying up all loose ends into a nice little bow. When we sit down to watch a new movie, we don’t know what our feeling will be by the end credits. Which comes to our title, Reddit has a poll/selection of the most unhappily ever after endings to movies in horror.
What are crappy/bummer endings? A personal favorite horrible ending is The Mist. First I knew it wasn’t going to be like the novelette, few King adaptations are. So I was ready for somewhat of a retelling. Great movie, a solid story, impressive monsters, superior atmosphere; dog turd of an ending. I complained for an hour after watching it originally. But then I realized this is horror. The hero/heroine doesn’t always win. Then I could appreciate all the good things in the movie. The ending still sucks though.
Now to the Reddit list. I have to say I was surprised at a few titles. It is nice to see them make the cut. Remember, these are Reddit choices. With that being said, if you’re in the mood for absolutely ruining your holiday, I suggest watching a few of these titles. Here are the horror movies with the darkest endings, according to Reddit:
The Butterfly Effect
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
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