The Endless

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The Endless

Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»The Endless«von Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, Callie Hernandez, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, Tate. Die Brüder Justin und Aaron sind in einer religiösen Kultgemeinde aufgewachsen, der sie jedoch vor zehn Jahren entkommen konnten. Doch eines Tages erhalten sie per Post ein mysteriöses Videoband, das die Vergangenheit wieder lebendig werden lässt. Die Brüder Justin (Justin Benson) und Aaron (Aaron Moorhead) sind als Jugendliche einem religiösen Kult entkommen, in dem sie abgeschieden von der​.

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The Endless (deutsch etwa: Das Endlose oder Das Unendliche) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Mystery-Film aus dem Jahr Für die Regie zeichneten Justin. Die Brüder Justin (Justin Benson) und Aaron (Aaron Moorhead) sind als Jugendliche einem religiösen Kult entkommen, in dem sie abgeschieden von der​. Die Brüder Justin und Aaron sind in einer religiösen Kultgemeinde aufgewachsen, der sie jedoch vor zehn Jahren entkommen konnten. Doch eines Tages erhalten sie per Post ein mysteriöses Videoband, das die Vergangenheit wieder lebendig werden lässt.

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There's an interesting dynamic here in that Justin, whom you believe the entire time about his claims of this being an UFO death cult, made up everything.

There's absolutely no truth to the fact that they're a death cult, there's no truth that people are being held there against their will, there's no castration.

And that changes your entire perception of how you view this commune. I feel that, at its start, this might have actually been a peaceful commune, people that just wanted to live together in a peaceful existence off-the-grid.

I just think that as the entity took over and they kept repeating the same ten years over and over without explanation that they developed into a cult that worships this unknown and unseen entity and see the ascension as a religious ritual.

As far as I could tell from the dates on the tapes in that little room, they've been in the loop since, at the earliest, the 40s. It may have been even earlier, but the tapes flashed by so quick that I couldn't make out all of the dates.

And, of course, we have to talk about the entity itself. Before that, though, I should point out that this movie and Resolution exists in the same universe as one of the loops that Justin finds is of the characters from that movie.

I realize how that might look, maybe a little self-serving but, in actuality, it's actually really clever usage of that film's themes which this movie also shares, obviously.

And, at the same time, given that there are multiple loops all over this place, they don't use it as something that's gonna go over the head of most people who watch this, since I'm assuming a solid percentage of them may not have even seen Resolution.

Having said that, it is a cool little nod to those of us who DID watch Resolution and it adds to this shared universe that Justin and Aaron have built, however small it may be.

Despite Spring taking place on the Italian coast, it wouldn't surprise me if that film is also meant to be in the same universe.

Let's move on, though, to the entity. I think while there's a mystery to what it is, it's also fairly obvious when you do see from the point of view of the entity.

The entity's viewpoints are always first-person so, naturally, the entity is the viewing audience. It's a meta-critique in how, at least some of us, enjoy watching people die horrible deaths and we just want to be amused by making sure that these people in horror movies suffer as much as possible.

It's like we force these characters into these situations every time we watch one of these movies. We're always watching their every move, seeing how they stumble, struggle and fight back against whatever may be attacking them at any given time.

But, unlike Cabin in the Woods which some people didn't like, weirdly enough , I don't think its message is as forceful as some felt Cabin was.

It's a little more subtle and requires far more brainpower. But and, in my opinion, this is where watching Resolution helps tremendously, because the film had that same meta-critique that we demand sacrifice, as it were, in our horror movies.

It's actually really clever and intelligently written and I think that's why I liked this movie. Much like Get Out though Get Out is obviously more socially and culturally relevant than this , this movie is not just necessarily about what you see on screen, it's about forcing you out of your comfort zone and making you think outside the box.

In many ways, the film is more about us than it is about whatever is happening in front of our eyes. And I don't mean that to suggest that the movie that I saw wasn't pretty fucking great, because it was.

It's compelling, intriguing, subversive, masterfully written and acted. It is an exercise in how to do low-budget sci-fi without the need for major special effects.

As it stands, this is probably my second favorite movie of the year. With that said, I think we also need to talk about the ending. So, essentially, the ending has Aaron and Justin make it out of the loop as it starts collapsing unto itself.

They're driving down this road and Justin notices that the gas tank is empty and that they should get some gas. Aaron then tells Justin that it has always been empty.

I should explain that the moons have great significance to the cult. There's three moons, the moment the third moon is full is when the world starts to collapse in on itself.

That's why Justin is racing against the clock to get Justin and get out for good. Anyway, in the ending, as they're driving away and after mentioning the gas tank, you see part of the moon off in the distance and birds flying overhead, which are also significant in the loops.

It's left vague, obviously, but you're meant to think that Justin and Aaron may have started their own loop as they came out of the cult's loop.

But, and this is a 'make your own ending' type deal, if you're an optimist then you could say that the fuel gauge has always been broken, it's about to get dark which would explain the moon and it's not rare to see a bunch of birds flying overhead either.

My theory is, and this might be my theory as to the existence of ALL the loops, is that as mentioned Justin and Aaron created their own loop as they were exiting one that was closing in on itself.

That's what I feel happened in all of the loops. That they all came into existence after one person, whether unknowingly or not, was exiting a collapsing loop.

I have no evidence for this and it doesn't explain why the time in each loop differs so greatly from one another. This is a movie that's gonna be hotly debated, to be sure.

It's that kind of movie, rich in detail, mystery and intrigue. But, again, it's also a movie that makes you think and challenges you to use your brain.

And that's gonna annoy some people, for sure, and I can't say I blame them just as long as they voice their complaints in a thoughtful manner.

But I, for one, loved this movie. I really did. Here's to hoping that Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson continue making quality movies like this, that push genre filmmaking forward.

Jesse O Super Reviewer. Jun 29, I appreciate the ambitious storytelling even if the ending feels like a bit of a cop out.

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The Watch. No Score Yet. He says that he cannot explain what it represents, as it would be akin to describing an impossible color. However, he hopes that Justin will eventually accept the group's beliefs now that he is older.

As they partake in various activities, Aaron grows increasingly fond of his time at Camp Arcadia, and he convinces Justin to stay an additional day.

During one activity, members attempt to win a tug-of-war against a rope that ascends into the dark night sky. Justin says it is held by a member on a ladder but cannot explain how he loses when everyone else is present.

The brothers separately notice increasingly weird occurrences. While exploring the woods, Justin becomes convinced an invisible entity is observing him, and it leaves him a photograph of a buoy.

When Justin presses Hal for answers, Hal admits that he knows no more than anyone else. His physics equation is his interpretation of what is happening, and he encourages Justin to find his own answers by following the entity's clues.

He advises Justin to search the bottom of the lake under the buoy in the photograph. Two moons rise in the sky.

Hal tells Justin to come to a conclusion before a third rises. Justin and Aaron go fishing. When Justin sees the buoy from the photograph, he dives into the water.

He returns with a toolbox and says that something else is under the water. When they open the toolbox, they find a tape. Freaked out by the strange events and ostentatious clues, Justin insists they leave immediately.

At the camp, Hal and Justin get into an argument after Hal plays the tape, which is a recording of Justin and Aaron misrepresenting Camp Arcadia to outsiders.

Justin calls Hal a cult leader, and Hal says Justin made up lurid stories to tell the press about Camp Arcadia.

Outraged that Justin was misleading him, too, Aaron refuses to leave. Justin's car does not start, and he leaves to find help.

Justin encounters several people stuck in time loops , most of whom repeatedly experience their own violent deaths for the amusement of the entity.

That loop explains why the people in Camp Arcadia 'look so young', as Aaron observes with confusion early on in the movie — and also why they have been able to master complicated skills like incredible magic tricks and advanced mathematics.

Later, when the brothers finally enter the locked building in the camp, they see hundreds of tapes that indicate that this loop has been repeating for a very long time.

It seems that the entity sent the video to Aaron and Justin to lure them back and attempt to trap them. We see throughout The Endless and Resolution that it communicates through different media, including videos, photographs and computer files.

Despite some evidence to the contrary, those trapped within the loops demarcated by those nobbly, Nik Naks-looking sticks cannot physically leave.

But how exactly do you get stuck in a loop in the first place? It isn't as simple as being inside it when time resets, or Aaron would have been trapped with the man reliving a handful of seconds over and over in that tent.

Michael and Chris warn Justin not to 'submit' to the will of the entity who has trapped them. Is there a way to escape?

Maybe, but we and the directors are going to have to wait for another film to find out. So far, the answer is: 'We're not sure how, but one person has escaped.

The brothers just manage to avoid being trapped in Camp Arcadia's loop — and solve some of their own personal issues at the same time.

But one theory holds that the brothers are unknowingly trapped in a larger loop of their own. But it's hard to choose. Everybody's giving their all here.

And the blatantly "big" performance moments are balanced out by numerous, just-right grace notes, such as the teasing, familiar, brotherly way that Justin and Aaron talk to each other, and the zonked-out, practically affectless way Powell's character corrects Justin, telling her that a meth-head hermit she just described to him wasn't a boyfriend, but "just this guy I was sort of obsessed with, when I was on lithium, Thorazine and PCP.

The filmmaking is mostly restrained and intelligent, strategically framing characters, moving the camera to reveal or conceal information, and amping up tension with surprising edits, dissonant sound effects, and Lavelle's music, which is so unsettling that I would not be surprised to learn that it was performed on a keyboard made from frayed human nerve endings.

Not every moment in the film works: the lead actors overdo it a bit during the opening section, which unfortunately showcases some terrible, exposition-dump dialogue, and the CGI is dodgy in a way that's characteristic of moviemakers whose artistic ambitions exceed their budgets.

But it's ultimately the suggestions, implications and shock effects that put the story over the top, as well as the emphasis on the characters' neuroses and longings.

What these brothers are ultimately searching for is a place to call home. The camp is their House of the Rising Sun. Aaron Moorhead as Aaron Smith. Justin Benson as Justin Smith.

Tate Ellington as Hal. Callie Hernandez as Anna. James Jordan as Shitty Carl.

The Endless est un film réalisé par Justin Benson et Aaron Moorhead avec Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead. Synopsis: Deux frères retournent dans la secte qu’ils ont 2/5(). 6/22/ · Note: Contains major spoilers for The Endless. New horror movie The Endless has built up a lot of buzz on a small budget, even landing itself in third place on Rotten Tomatoes' list of 's best Author: Hugh Armitage. The Endless - Un film di Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead. Fuga e ritorno in una setta. Con Callie Hernandez, James Jordan, Lew Temple, Tate Ellington, Emily Montague. Thriller, USA, Durata contactlens-sale.coms: 1. Die Brüder Justin und Aaron sind in einer religiösen Kultgemeinde aufgewachsen, der sie jedoch vor zehn Jahren entkommen konnten. Doch eines Tages erhalten sie per Post ein mysteriöses Videoband, das die Vergangenheit wieder lebendig werden lässt. The Endless (deutsch etwa: Das Endlose oder Das Unendliche) ist ein US-​amerikanischer Mystery-Film aus dem Jahr Für die Regie zeichneten Justin. (1,)IMDb h 51 min+ Acclaimed filmmakers Moorhead and Benson return with this mind-bending supernatural thriller about two brothers who revisit the UFO death cult they escaped as teens, only to find there may have been truth to the cult's otherworldly beliefs all along. Die Brüder Justin (Justin Benson) und Aaron (Aaron Moorhead) sind als Jugendliche einem religiösen Kult entkommen, in dem sie abgeschieden von der​. Wendy Ide. Starfighter website's critical consensus reads, " The Endless benefits from its grounded approach to an increasingly bizarre story, elevated by believable performances by filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. Kira Powell as Lizzy.
The Endless Synopsis Brothers Justin and Aaron receive a video cassette in the mail made by Camp Arcadia, a group they belonged to as young adults. Justin and Aaron's recollection of events differ; Justin says the group was a UFO death cult, but Aaron recalls them as a harmless and friendly commune. This mind-bending thriller follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. Hoping to find the closure that they couldn't as young men, they're forced to reconsider the cult's beliefs when confronted with unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp. "The Endless" is proof. Overseen by the filmmaking team of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead —who specialize in brainy meta-horror, and who star as brothers who decide to revisit the UFO cult where they grew up—this is a movie that plays with our perceptions of time, space, and reality, and sketches the outlines of unimaginable terror while leaving the details to our imagination. The Endless are not known to have proper names, although Dream has a habit of collecting different names for himself. They are each known by their respective function. Destiny: The oldest of the Endless, Destiny appears as a blind man dressed in grey or brown robes (purple in earlier comics), carrying a large book, the Cosmic Log. The book is. The Endless is a American science fiction horror film directed, produced by and starring Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. Benson also wrote the film, while Moorhead was the cinematographer; both also acted as editors. It premiered on April 21, at the Tribeca Film Festival, before being released nationwide on April 6, NEWS - Festivals. The Mandalorian: Season 1. But how exactly Bo To Serien you get stuck in a loop in the first place? No Score Yet. They want the stories that they want, and not what people actually do. We discover that Camp Arcadia and other places in the local area are trapped in time loops of varying lengths for the amusement of some sort of monstrous, unseen entity who watches its victims for its own amusement before killing them horribly and resetting their loops to do it all over again. It isn't as simple as being inside it when time resets, or Aaron would have been trapped with the man reliving a handful of seconds over and over in that tent. Lew Temple. Une Schlaflos In Seattle de grand huis clos avec les personnages qui explorent l'inconnu sans savoir si ce qui les entoure est une menace ou une chance Woods Real Endlich Feierabend Sprüche. Aaron Moorhead Director.

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