If there's anything that internet supercuts have taught us this past year, it's that the juxtaposition of the first and final frames of famous films can teach us a great deal about effective ways to bookend a story.
While prolific supercutter Jacob T. Swinney has helmed the two prior first and final frame videos, today's post features something a bit different. In honor of the scariest holiday of the year, Zach Prewitt at Plot Point Productions, whose supercuts have also been featured on this site several times, put together an new version of First and Final frames, and it features some of the most noteworthy horror film in cinema history. Check it out:
Here are the films listed in order of appearance: