Just in time for Halloween, Plot Point Productions brings us a supercut inspired by Jacob T. Swinney’s “First and Final Frames” series that contrasts the first and last shots of some of your favorite horror films, often with mesmerizing results.
With the final frame of a horror film usually serving as a final gut punch in a movie already packed full of fearsome thrills, the genre is uniquely primed for this supercut treatment. Including films like “It Follows,” “I Saw the Devil,” “[REC]” and “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” the above video serves as a greatest hits of some of the best horror films of the last 50 years and highlights some of the most shocking final frames in horror cinema.
With nearly 30 films on display, you’re bound to find yourself reminded of a film that you love — or at least one that had you sleeping with the lights on. Some minor spoilers ahead.