30 Films Where Everyone Dies At The End

No one's gonna pull through this one...

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    • ASmileSoDevious

      Sep 18th 2013, 7:21

      The Departed?

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    • chibik

      Sep 18th 2013, 7:40

      "Having cheated death, the grim reaper then comes back to pick them off one by one..." Wait, so the grim reaper cheated death?

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    • asdeadasadodo

      Sep 18th 2013, 8:44

      I would add Mars Attacks! to that list. Sure, out of the 2 dozen A-listers to star in that film, only Tom Jones, Pam Grier, and a pre-famous Natalie Portman survives but that's a lot of dead superstars in one movie.

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    • ethanrodgers

      Sep 18th 2013, 10:14

      DR STRANGELOVE!?

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    • roberttaylor

      Sep 18th 2013, 11:37

      Rec is different as it looks like the girl dies but she is in the sequel so technically didn't in that one. The Decent should be included although the c**p sequel changed the first one's ending.

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    • Bandit1

      Sep 18th 2013, 11:40

      About "Dawn...". We never see clearly what happened in the end. I like to believe that at least Kenneth (Ving Rhames) made it somehow. And we never saw Butch and Sundance die...some sources say that both deaths are uncertain. Or maybe they replaced all the bullets from the Bolivians with blanks...and walked away!

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    • Bandit1

      Sep 18th 2013, 11:49

      One more thing: I think "Reservoir Dogs" might qualify too. Even though Mr. Pink's fate might be a bit unclear (we hear him encoutering the police outside....getting arrested or shot??)

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    • maryembern

      Sep 18th 2013, 11:51

      In Bruges would fit. Off the top of my head, three of the major players are dead, two bit part actors are dead and one more major player left in question. Not bad for a film with a small cast.

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    • Jareth64

      Sep 18th 2013, 11:58

      Er... The Thing?!?

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    • jedithegeek

      Sep 18th 2013, 12:55

      The Blair witch prjoect ---- It wasn't the witch that killed the kids in the legend, it was Rustin Parr the child murderer who lived in the house.

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 18th 2013, 13:34

      Disneys The Black Hole. A real waddafuq? ending.

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    • thelimopit

      Sep 18th 2013, 16:37

      If you've included Dawn of the Dead you should also put in Deep Rising, for exactly the same reasons as Dawn. I'd also add Martyrs (the two most important people die, at least) and any factually-based historical film.

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    • tarinmaria

      Sep 18th 2013, 17:04

      The girl survives at the end of Hatchet, and you've missed Cabin Fever, and almost any other gore flick, A Serbian Film, 2001 Maniacs, Ju On (The Grudge), The Devil's Rejects, and to some extent House Of A Thousand Corpses too...

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    • HughFran

      Sep 18th 2013, 19:23

      The Thing and The Descent I definately would have included on the list. I'm aware they made a sequel to The Descent where the main character actually survived the ordeal but I obviously prefer the British version where she doesn't make it out.

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    • StevePotter

      Sep 18th 2013, 21:13

      Boy, that'd be some trick for Ottway (NOT Ottley) to reconcile with his wife what with her being dead and all.

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    • nostrebornod

      Sep 18th 2013, 21:30

      Granted it's been awhile since I've seen "Night of the Living Dead" and this is bit of a stickler because, yes Ben is shot and killed, but my impression was it might not have been an accident. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    • FBJBrown22

      Sep 18th 2013, 22:52

      Eh not everyone in the Grey dies. Liam Neeson the main character survives, you would know this if you watched the post credits scene.

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    • jman500

      Sep 19th 2013, 21:49

      cool list

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    • batt101

      Sep 21st 2013, 11:46

      Is it just me or are about half of the 30 Films Where Everyone Dies At The End, not films where everyone dies at the end?

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    • timbatman

      Sep 22nd 2013, 11:23

      Yeah; agreed batt101! Also I watched Cloverfield (which I love) again last night and can't see any evidence that Lily dies. There's not even any guarantee that Rob and Beth do.

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    • martinyates

      Feb 23rd 2014, 21:01

      28 Weeks Later: we don't know for sure that all (or any) of the remaining characters die at the end. The crashed helicopter implies that they MIGHT have died, but there are no bodies seen, if I remember correctly, and the scene was set long after the rest of the film. They might have died and been dragged away, or have become infected and are running around somewhere, or have escaped and are fighting for their lives in infected-infested Europe. It's wide open.

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