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Jordan Peele fans know what happens at the end of his horror masterpiece “Get Out.” However, the lighthearted phone conversation that Chris has with his TSA agent best friend Rod at the beginning of the film actually has Easter eggs related to the movie’s ending.
Get Out
At the end of “Underwater,” viewers find out that the creatures in the movie are the spawn of a massive Cthulhu-esque beast hibernating at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. But an earlier shot of a spider in the sink at the underwater facility foreshadowed the horrors that were to come.
"It Follows" centers around a curse that can only be passed from one victim to another through sexual intercourse. Earlier in the movie, this revelation is echoed when a group of children plays a card game where they keep passing a card from one player to the next, so they don't get stuck with the "Old Maid" card.
It Follows
Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic "Psycho" has one of the best whodunnits in movie history. Norman's victim is a woman named Marion Crane, whose surname is that of a type of bird, and early on the film shows that Norman is a taxidermist with a penchant for killing birds.
The Le Domas Family made its fortune on the back of some of the most popular board games in the world. Many of those games are seen together at the start of the movie, and include "Family Ritual," "Secret Council," and "Le Bail's Gambit." Together, the three board games reveal the film's plot to the audience.
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