Joy Ride (2001)
There were a lot of deleted scenes and alternate story-lines for Joy Ride that most fans may not be aware of. One of them is where Venna kills Rusty Nail at the end with the shotgun saving Fuller from his death. The other ending is a lot more complicated and is almost like a completely different version at 29 minutes long. For a detailed description of the long ending, click here.
The Ruins (2008)
A small creepy snippet that was almost added to the end of The Ruins was of an old graveyard worker that was placing the familiar looking flowers on headstones. He was getting ready to turn the other way when he heard an odd whispering sound…
Fatal Attraction (1987)
Glenn Close fought long and hard for this to be the film’s actual ending in which her character commits suicide by slitting her own throat and Dan is charged with her murder.
Dead Silence (2007)
One very weird yet terrifying ending, I’m still trying to figure out what’s up with the cucumber. In this ending, Jamie finds out his dad is dead and that Ella had had a miscarriage making her dig up one of Mary’s dolls and become possessed. She ties up Jamie and makes him pose for a “family portrait.”
The Blair Witch Project (1999)
It was quite hard to find the four alternate endings to the Blair Witch Project online but they do exist. The four different endings all are different versions of how Heather finds Mike:
-Heather finds Michael tied to a giant stick doll.
-Heather finds Michael hanging from the ceiling in a room full of the stick dolls.
-Heather finds Michael facing her (forward) instead of facing the corner, in room full of stick dolls.
-Heather finds Michael levitating, surrounded by stick dolls.
Halloween II (1981)
In this TV version, it shows Laurie and Jimmy reunited in the ambulance where Laurie rejoices that they both survived and they celebrate by holding hands. Perhaps it sets them up for the latter sequels and Jamie is their child.
I do see nothing wrong with the original ending of Hostel but do think this one was rather interesting as well. It shows Paxton getting revenge by kidnapping the crazed Dutch Businessman’s young daughter and making his escape via the train instead of brutally massacring him in the bathroom.
While I found this new version of Carrie to be a steaming pile of crap, I actually like this alternate ending and really believe they should have stuck with it as it acts as more of a homage to the 70’s version by offering one final scare. The ending features Sue giving birth to her baby when a giant bloody hand pops out of her you-know-what and then she is awoken by her mother realizing she was just having a nightmare.
Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007)
In this ending, Michael meets his fate at the hands of police officers rather than Laurie. Dr. Loomis screams for them to stop shooting but they ignore him and Michael is shot several times. Afterward, a very surreal creepy voiceover is played of young Michael sounding happy and normal.
Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (2009)
In this ending, which is shown with the film’s Director Cut, after Michael is killed by the police, Laurie emerges from the shed. She then proceeds to finish Dr. Loomis off with Michael’s knife when she is then shot multiple times by the surrounding law enforcement. Whether she survives or not is a little unclear as it still cuts to the odd ending where Laurie is in what looks like an institution and a harrowing version of “Love Hurts” plays in the background.
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