Horse Girl | Ending Explained

Directed by Jeff Baena and starring Alison Brie (How to be single), Horse Girl is one of the weirdest movies I have seen not only this year, but even since I started to write this blog, and even more, since I started watching movies. 

The end of Horse Girl is so weird, that it literally seems we need some extra scene, to finally decide what the hell was happening to the main character. But if like everyone who saw the movie, you ended up very confused at the end, do not worry, because now and without further ado, we’ll analyze and explain Horse Girl in depth .

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Gretel & Hansel (2020) | Ending Explained

Starring Sophia Lillis ( It ) and Alice Krige ( The Sorcerer’s Apprentice ), and directed by Oz Perkins ( I am the pretty thing that lives in this house), Gretel & Hansel, despite the name switching in the title, does not attempt to claim the Fairy Tale by the Grimm Brothers under the light of feminism, but rather pretends to reinterpret the story from a darker point of view, which curiously takes some borrowed things from Robert Eggers’s 2015 horror film, The Witch , with quite interesting results.

Now, if after seeing the ending of the movie you still have doubts and questions about it, do not worry, because now and without further ado, we will explain Gretel & Hansel (2020) in depth.

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The Turning | Ending Explained

Starring MacKenzie Davis ( Terminator: Dark Fate ), Finn Wolfhard ( It ), and Brooklynn Prince (The Florida Project), and directed by Floria Sigismondi (?) and Produced by Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks, The Turning is – in the lack of a better word – a rather weird movie, to the point that once you reach the end, you stay like 10 minutes on the bench of the movie theater, waiting for an explanation of what really happened in those last minutes. And precisely for that, to understand what happened in this movie, we suggest you to keep reading.

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Terminator: Dark Fate ^ Ending Explained

The Terminator was released on October 26, 1984, by the hands of prolific director James Cameron. Today – 35 years later the story returns with another chapter to the big screen with Tim Miller as director, yes, the same Tim Miller that directed the 2016 hit, Deadpool.

Working head to head with writer David S. Goyer, Miller has given a spectacular twist to the plot, precisely departing from what did not work in rather neglected deliveries such as Rise of the Machines, Salvation and Genisys. Now, if you didn’t quite catch the aforementioned twist, or did not quite follow the time travel issue, or you did not quite understand the new terminators thing, you are in the right place, because without further ado, we will analyze and explain what really happened on Terminator: Dark Fate.

1 ^ Does Terminator: Dark Fate have post-credit scenes?

No, it has no post-credit scenes. So once you see the name of Tim Miller on screen, and if you have no intention of listening to the soundtrack – which could certainly be much better – run away from that movie theater.

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Wounds | Ending Explained

Trust me, if the final scene on Netflix Original Wounds, literally almost blow your mind, you are not alone in this. Matter of fact, in order to understand what was going on in the movie, we had to check over four different sources – 1) The novella this movie is based on, The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud, 2) Interviews given by Babak Anvari, director of this film, 3) Information available on gnostic occultism, and 4) Some bits of clinical psychoanalysis.

So, if after watching this movie, you ended up with some confusion, doubts or questions, you are in the right place because now, and without further ado, we will analyze and explain what was really going on… Wounds.

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