THE ENDLESS (2018) Explained + Connections to 'Resolution'

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 23, 2018
  • Diving into the complex and thrilling THE ENDLESS from filmmakers Benson & Moorhead (Spring, Resolution). Exploring the story's many mysteries, how it connects to their first film, as well as explaining the ending.

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  • EndlessNomad


     12 hours ago

    I would assume you're going to be doing a video on Synchronic once you get to see it? Can't wait to see it myself. I've only seen this one from them, and didn't realize they had others. I am definitely going to be checking out their previous works now.

  • K Pierre

    K Pierre

     3 days ago

    I really want to write a script but idk how to. Anybody have any suggestions?

  • Miloš


     4 days ago

    This is mostly like a retelling, not an explanation or an analysis for sure.

  • storm le cat

    storm le cat

     4 days ago

    I wonder if this is what's happening in the national forests where ppl disappear

  • Kevin Farrell

    Kevin Farrell

     5 days ago

    loved this movie, havent seen resolution but going to watch it for sure. i hope they make this into some kind of trilogy at least because id love to see mike and chris escape their bubble somehow i think that could make for a great movie

  • Paco Coco

    Paco Coco

     5 days ago

    You didn't analise or explain anything, what the heck!

  • N Zimm

    N Zimm

     7 days ago

    There are 3 things that still don't make sense to me.
    1: The circular part in the clouds at the beginning of the movie also seen at the very end. Suggesting maybe the brothers were stuck in a loop.
    2. At the beginning of the film The brothers having the disagreement about putting the crayon picture on their mothers memorial "that held up very well."
    3. The brothers disagreeing about the gas tank being empty or not.

    Is it possible that the fiery car crash explained in the movie was the end/beginning of the brothers' loop and they just did not remember? Maybe because it was only the very second time they had been in a 10 year loop.

    Maybe the brothers normally die in a fiery car crash but they found a way to escape it this time.

    Hal talks about pulling the boys out of the wreck but we know that its not possible because he cant leave the camp.

  • Charles the dancer

    Charles the dancer

     7 days ago

    Seriously people need to watch these guys films, especially for those that love Lovecraftian film. They are amazing especially the things they can accomplish on such a restricted budget. Now they've got an even bigger budget film coming called Synchronic

  • Gabriel Elbourne

    Gabriel Elbourne

     7 days ago

    Sounds like ah pretty deep movie....

  • Jack Mehoff

    Jack Mehoff

     7 days ago

    Umm this pure Nietzsche the Eternal Return...suffering for self actualization. It's existentialism 101

  • Echo Echo

    Echo Echo

     7 days ago

    instead of the audience as god, to me it's more the directors or producers or even the writers. we, as audience, can only watch and react or give collective feedback but we cannot control the characters or the events. perhaps unless given a choice as in the format of Black Mirror's Bandersnatch but even then the choices are created by the creators of the episode.

  • Jordon Jensen

    Jordon Jensen

     14 days ago

    Classic use of the story circle dan Harmon talks about, they leave the dark place changed and bring that back home with them.

  • JackDManheim


     14 days ago +1

    how come there was a dog in the early clips of that movie, The Resolution, and then it disappears.
    MmHmm. Not cool.
    Don't kill dogs in your movies. It's a cheap ploy.

  • KJ TV

    KJ TV

     14 days ago

    This was a great movie

  • ricochet191


     14 days ago

    I didn’t know this had a movie before it.

  • Jfreek5050


     21 days ago

    So this eldritch abomination is described to kill multiple people, but one guy hates the being, while multiple others enjoy and sorta worship it. Would this mean that the experience of death by this being varies on whether the being likes you or not?

  • hsatan20


     21 days ago

    Great movie

  • xForgeHouse


     28 days ago

    My biggest issue or confusion with this film is in regards to the civil war area man stuck in the 3 second loop. How did he get his tent situated there and get comfortable if the loop simply resets every 3 seconds? Does the god or deity just create the loops and its borders whenever it wants therefor trapping him on the spot? Also, what the fuck killed the man?

    To go out and answer my own questions here or just create theories that i created after watching the film i would assume the time loop was created while he was already there, meaning the god or deity can just create them on a whim. Also it would love to see a higher budget film be created with this theme. Imagine walking on the outside of a time loop border that was created possible a century ago and seeing the earth and its vegetation in the state it was at the time and comparing it to earth beneath your feet. Cool! Originally i saw the absent of this in this film as a plot hole because i did not consider the films budget.

  • Kemkaz


     28 days ago

    I saw the movie the other day on Netflix . No they did not "Make it out " Listen carefully when Carl uses the gun . he swears %^$# - meaning it did not work . and all the reference to them on film or "viewer thinks " AS the moment but the room is full of tapes, Their tapes their photos . They are Part of this loop . the viewer witness their side of the loop all along . the head of the camp guy says " I pulled you out of the crash ". - "HE IS Part of the loop he was already past ! ". the picture by the mothers grave a mommy "and Two little boys" . not just mommy. they will go back again and again trying difference each time leaving open the opportunity for a sequel .

  • Stephanie Martin

    Stephanie Martin

     1 months ago