Scary Endings (2015–2018)

TV Series   |  Short, Horror, Mystery


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Scary Endings (2015) Poster

A monthly thriller anthology series from the makers of 'Skypemare' in the vein of 'Tales from the Crypt' and 'Alfred Hitchcock Presents.'


6.7/10
44

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  • Adrienne Couper Smith in Scary Endings (2015)
  • Ryan Dillon in Scary Endings (2015)
  • Jai Koutrae in Scary Endings (2015)
  • Jai Koutrae and Camilla Jackson in Scary Endings (2015)
  • John Fitzpatrick and Adrienne Couper Smith in Scary Endings (2015)
  • Michael Osborne in Scary Endings (2015)

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14 June 2016 | kiamag
8
| This series is beyond fun.
I caught wind of Scary Endings through a share on Facebook and had to sit down to watch the first season in one sitting. It helped that the episodes are all five minutes or less. These are tons of fun to watch as they keep the formula simple and entertaining. Some episodes are more funny than scary but I think that is the point of the particular episodes. I highly recommend this series to anyone looking to enjoy a few minutes of scary story fun. Scary Endings is definitely a hit in my book. The film makers here hit some amazing tropes and the effects for the most part are believable. My favorite is the finale as I think it was the most sincere version of story telling in the series. I also love that they don't have a lot of unneeded dialogue and they don't dumb down these stories like many writers tend to do. Solid 8 out of ten. My only complaint is that some of the stories could use a tad more meat to them but with five minutes or less they accomplish things really well.

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Genres

Short | Horror | Mystery | Thriller

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