SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK (2019) Ending + Monsters Explained

SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK (2019) Ending + Monsters Explained

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In SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK, the long popular and controversial horror books for children is brought to frightening life on the big screen – unleashing the terrifying creatures from the books into the real world. Lean all about the monsters and their original appearances in the series, along with the tragic story of troubled spirit Sarah Bellows, as well as explaining the ending that sets things up for sequel.

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76 Responses

  1. lord lonk says:

    I absolutely love the books and was so scared of this movie butchering the book but they did great and couldn’t have done it better 9/10

  2. normal theater kid heheh- says:

    my mom: *is buying me these books no matter what*
    me: mahm i just want some makeup or somthin-

  3. CarolinerITM says:

    I really loved how they brought hints of those iconic spindly drips of the art with some of the shots. And using shadows to hint at shapes of people from the art to the screen. It wasn’t perfect, but it was really wonderful for me 😊

  4. Jared Tovera says:

    Are we still going to get Pan’s Labyrinth?

  5. Raisean W says:

    This honestly could’ve been made into a Netflix series to have better character development I found it kind of hard to care about most of the characters but I still enjoyed the movie 🙂 (if that makes sense lol)

    • dc taughtme says:

      @XRAY Elementz EXACTLY! That would’ve been much more cohesive.

    • Numericalhorror says:

      IntrusiveThots all of the kids in the movie represented an aspect of 60s culture to show why they were outcasts, in Stella’s case it showed how a divorced (broken) family or a mother who decided to leave cast a huge shadow over her family in that society. It was nearly unheard of

    • truthb2u2 says:

      Exactly! I was looking forward to this movie. I still own the books. I wanted the best for this movie and had my hopes up because Guillermo del Toro is a Master🙌🏼
      The period was interpreted perfectly… the monsters were phenomenal! The rest fell flat and seemed disconnected.

    • thefatman69fude says:

      I absolutely agree. We could of also gotten more of a show case of the amazing practical effects for the monsters. I didn’t give a single shit about any of the kids. That could of been done way better but man I will say it’s nice to see a monster movie with almost all practical effects for the monsters. It’s a nice throw back to classic horror films of a better era.

    • Lucas Melo says:

      exactly!

  6. Gizmo says:

    Lmao, if rage kept spirits alive, we’d all be chin deep is ghosts….

    • Emily Barclay says:

      That’s the problem with ‘ghosts’, any criteria people put forward to why ghosts would exist falls short. Unfinished business? Most people die with some unfinished business. Died violently? Again, we’d be neck deep in ghosts from all the wars, murders and accidents that happen all the time. Strong emotions like rage, sorrow etc? Again, chin deep in ghosts because countless people died like that. Makes no sense

    • andromeda says:

      @Emily Barclay legit

    • Regular Slime says:

      @Emily Barclay I always assumed ghosts “decayed” over time as they forget who they used to be until losing all willpower and just becoming nothing.

      Ghosts who get “lucky” enough to get stuck at a site with a bunch of energy maybe feed off it and stick around longer, or maybe unusually strong wills? Not many people have strong wills so it’s explain the lack of ghost tsunamis.

      Or maybe being a ghost is horrifying and you’re in some silent Hill nightmare dimension where something horrible is hunting you and other spirits, and the ghosts people “find” are the ones who’ve avoided it so far.

      Who knows, but since it doesn’t affect our lives at all, I vote for believing in ghosts to make life a little more fun.

      And hey, maybe there’s some kind of collective latent power in human belief. Actually nevermind, that’d be terrifying.

    • Saint Mastema says:

      @Emily Barclay while i got no reason on why ghosts exist i can say they do, i know you won’t believe me or you will write it off as something else but my whole family has had many experiences dealing with the paranormal. we are regular household, mother father and two kids and a 1 still birth. we have moved to many many houses over our life and in each of those houses things would happen most subtle but occasionally something more direct. the subtle things were footsteps in the night, the sounds of things opening and closing. but sometimes it would hit things, we heard a soft bang and watched dust bounce off a lamp shade. we were sitting on a couch and heard a bang and felt the couch jerk slightly. we watched a tv fall off a couch during moving and slide under the table, the way the tv was placed it was impossible for it to move without a good amount of force, and it would have been impossible for it to slide under the table if that force was used on it. we now live in a house that the previous owners wife died in, at first we had lots of activity, more sounds and even lights turning on and off without any reason, cold spots, you know the usual. but now activity has slowed down like the ghosts have found each other and no longer strives for attention that the living cannot give. so that may be your answer, ghosts want attention and when 2 ghosts meet they stop acting out. if they don’t they act out.

  7. Miles Sanchez says:

    This movie is honestly the best book-to-big screen adaptation.

  8. Pobuddy says:

    Anyone ever realize how FoundFlix could lie about the plot of a movie and everyone would believe him since most of his audience don’t actually see movies?

  9. Raine Fernandez says:

    Me: oh a scary movie
    *says Guillermo del Toro*
    Me: SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MOVIE TICKET

  10. Nexus says:

    Scary stories: Creates costumes for the monster and barely any CGI

    Marvel: Uses CGI on a gun and a wall

  11. Rogue Ronin says:

    90% Real
    10% CGI

    Other horror movies should take more from that

  12. Queen Bronwyn says:

    The lack of CGI is so satisfying

  13. Alex Lee says:

    Man the people who made this movie NEED to make a live adaptation of Junji Ito’s work.

    Uzumaki would be such a cool thing to see done better with practical effects.

  14. PSYCHRONIC says:

    Though the dogs runs away instead of dying …
    Well the producers obviously seen Jon wick

  15. Okyt says:

    The part that makes this movie better is knowing that the mental hospital they filmed at is actually abandoned.

    It’s in St. Thomas, ON

  16. 8right says:

    ‘WHERE IS MY TOE?’

    ‘uhh right here, here you go’

    ‘oh, thanks’

    the end.

  17. TheVeR01 says:

    *FoundFlix:* “The skinning scene was filmed, but cut from the final product!”
    *me:* “GIMMIE GIMMIE GIMMIE!”

  18. Pancak3s12 says:

    90% Real
    10% CGI
    Shut up and take my money.

  19. D S says:

    In Mother Russia, you don’t read the book, *the book reads you*

  20. Caffene says:

    The fight for these books every week at the school library was almost as scary as the one with the spiders in her face

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