Welcome to the first Things You Missed of 2018! Our first topic of the new year is the fourth installment in the flagship Blumhouse horror franchise, Insidious.
What did you think? What was the most surprising thing for you? Let me know in the comments!
This newly uncovered DELETED SCENE from IT (2017) proves my theory from a previous video and gives insight about IT Chapter 2.
And with that, I'll be signing off for the rest of 2017, but I will be posting some year end thoughts over on Twitter, so make sure to follow me over there. Until then, I'll see you in the next year. Assuming we both survive.
A closer look at some of the things you may have missed in Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape of Water (2017).
I have speculated for months about what may be in store for us with The Shape of Water, ever since a Things You Missed I did on the trailer back in July. This weekend, the film is finally released, so I'll be dissecting commonly overlooked details, Easter Eggs, connections to Creature From The Black Lagoon and more.
Even more interesting facts about the trailer for Guillermo Del Toro's horror/fantasy/romance film The Shape of Water (2017).
Next week we'll cover the film in a new Things You Missed and launch the new merch store!
Who was under the pig mask that we don't see? How did Munson know about Halloran? This + other Jigsaw questions are answered.
Come back next week when I'll be launching a new series!
Let's play a game. The rules are simple. I'll make a Things You Missed video on JIGSAW (2017) and you watch it. Make it through the entire video and you'll increase your chances of survival. Leave a like and your chances go up. Each comment you leave increases your chances. Being subscribed with deathbell notifications on will double your survival rate. Ready?
October is flying by! Can you believe we only have one October video left? Of course, it will be dropping on Halloween. Stay tuned.
Find out why the character's name is "Tree" and what you DIDN'T know Happy Death Day had in common with Groundhog Day.
In this video, I'll dig deeper into the nature subtext, look closer at the choices in set decoration, discuss the homage you did and didn't notice to Groundhog Day and examine why other suspects could be guilty. I do all of this while reliving the same day over and over again trying to create the perfect Things You Missed video to break the cycle and live on to tomorrow.
Some interesting details you may have overlooked in the trailer for the upcoming Blumhouse thriller, Happy Death Day.
Last episode, I had you leave your suggestions on the next movie I should cover in the comments, and many people requested Happy Death Day. In this video, I'll cover similarities of Happy Death Day and Groundhog Day (1993), references to popular media, speculation about the killer and symbolism.
The mystery / thriller is directed by Christopher Landon and stars Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, and Ruby Modine.
Next video will be on Friday to coincide with the release of Happy Death Day.
I did a huge compilation of all the Things You Missed in IT, combining each of the four previous videos I've done on this topic and adding 40 brand NEW Things You Missed.
What movie should I cover next?
Did you notice each of the 10 Plagues represented in Darren Aronofsky's mother!? What about these other Things You Missed?
In this video, I take a closer look at some of the Things You May have Missed in mother!, examine the religious subtext and identify the hidden examples of the 10 Plagues. I also unravel the allegory of the film and explain the biblical connotations and their connection to the surface level story starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem.
In other news we also streamed a new episode of 🔴The Deadstream yesterday afternoon. If you missed us live, you can catch the video on demand right here:
Unless you've been living in the sewers for the last 8 months, you probably heard that IT came out and a lot of people went to go see it. We discuss the movie and some other horror topics.
I'll be keeping my streak going tomorrow when I upload my collaboration with Don't Turn Around.