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Final Destination (2000) KILL COUNT
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Person: *avoids death*
Death: so you have chosen death
Person:no I chose too avoid death now UNO REVERSE CARD
Person: *pulls out uno reverse card*
final destination is the only thing that can make people, who've never had anxiety, understand anxiety
everyone has had anxiety but not everyone has had an anxiety disorder
@rosie xxo thank you, was about to comment on this but it seems there’s still some smart people out here. I might as well add a great job and a have a good day
A series that shows my anxiety on the big screen
I'm now scared.
If I go downstairs will I find you there?
What about having anxiety? That will make people who never had anxiety understand anxiety
Ah yes, the movie series that has traumatized many generations into not driving behind trunks and of sorts
I’m still scared till this day to see a truck with logs or medal rods or roller coasters 🎢 just nope 👎🏼
@It’sBreezayy or elevators or escalators
at that point being in a prison full of psychos is more safer than any of those things
I’m not getting in no tanning bed, I’m not dicking around in a hardware store, I’m not driving behind trucks with logs or steel beams, and I’m not doing uneven bars in gymnastics
My sister is terrified of log trucks and we live in Maine /a logging state/
I always thought it was funny to think Death didn’t realize clear was next until Alex says it out loud. He’s stalking Alex, hears that, and just leaves, putting out the lamp.
My theory about kinda confusing bit is that Alex somehow managed to intervene his own death, so it skipped him and went onto Clear.
Etac death: pretty Much what happened.
death is pretty mmuch like: oh, i must've had a mistake on my list.
Alex: It isn't my turn!!!
Death: Understandable, have a nice day!
Final Destination has one of the scariest original horror movie ideas.
FD and Childs Play are among the scariest ideas
@Jamie Child’s play not at all. “Lol possessed doll, how fucking dumb”. Don’t even talk about the sequels
@Shaun Hayes your own toy coming alive and trying to murder you anywhere you go is fucking terrifying
@Jamie just drop kick the dummy
My dad thought it would be hilarious to show me this film the night before I was going on a 26-hour flight to New Zealand, which was also the first time I ever got on a plane. I was 13 and that was the most intense 26 hours that you can imagine. Thanks a lot, Dad. 🙄
Dads: we do a bit of trolling
Bad turbulance? :D
your dad is a menace.I would not ride the plane after that if i were you
Final Destination is probably the only horror movie franchise that genuinely scares me. Something about dying by "accidents" is way scarier than being haunted by a murder happy knife guy. Of course not every one is made equal, some have way too unrealistic deaths, unrealistic deaths don't work so well in an "accident" based series.
Yh we pretend number 4 dosent exist those deaths were so unrealistic
It's also the reason why I developed a fear of roller coasters.
@Morinkashi you get it-
@Morinkashi That stupid roller coaster scene still creeps me out. It reminds me of a Danganronpa execution....
Im happy someone else agrees with me! I’m obsessed with horror movies but this is the only one that has truly made me afraid because of the concept.
Someone: _avoids death_
Death: “you weren’t supposed to do that”
Death: That’s not how this game is played.
Someone: *avoids death*
Death: _time to bring the log trucker_
What a funny comment! Made me lol out loud 😝
Someone might’ve explained this but imma say it anyway. At 7:12 the glass breaks because of the shockwaves that came as a result of the explosion. It’s realistic that shockwaves can break glass but what is unrealistic is that the shockwaves traveled to the glass in under 5 seconds the plane exploded, realistically it should’ve taken over 10 seconds for the shockwaves to travel to the glass and destroy it.
Yeah I was about to type this. Apparently not many people know what happens during or after an explosion occurs.
James disappointed me there
@Daunt most people are misinformed by shooter and war games and films.
@Under Communism, Even Illness Becomes Wellness disappointed by what? he said he wanted to see it "mythbusted", means he don't know and he admitted it while also wanting to be educated about it, give him some break when he don't always in the know m8
@Oniplus i was dissapointed that he lacks pretty basic knowledge about how explosions work. his mythubusting comment was a lot less curiosity and lot more misplaced skepticism based upon false beliefs.
With how ominous his warning was, and how he said "See you soon," I like to think that in a version of the story, Bloodworth wasn't actually a mortician. He was Death itself. Just my impression from watching this Kill Count.
You have a pretty popular theory, but it’s been confirmed by the creators that Bludworth is not death.
@Travis Van Alst he's his clean up guy lol
That would have been a better route to take tbh
Honestly as someone with a massive sense of paranoia, Alex honing in onto random, innocuous things as “threatening” feels incredibly at home
I've always wondered if death was a force of nature or its own entity in the Final Destination series
The latter. There are apparently some FD books; according to them, Death is a malicious entity that enjoys coming up with fucked up ways to kill people because... well, it's Death. Who's going to tell it to stop?
There's also apparently a dream sequence in one book where we get a description of how Death's physical form looks. It's possibly one of the most metal things I've ever heard of: an incomprehensibly titanic effigy made of the bones of every animal that's ever lived - and died.
@Wiseass Skeleton cool one
Damn, that visual alone would make a cool death metal album cover.
During Todd's death scene the water that he slips on slowly moves back into the bottom crack of the toilet. It's a small detail that has really bothered me for a long time. I think it's an entity. If it wasn't then the water would stay on the floor. By the way, even IF it's an entity why would death cover up it's tracks....it's very easy to get hung up on this nuance
@twinkle4703 better question is why is it the only time that happens in the entire series?
“The plane’s gonna explode!” Dumbledore said calmly
Will we ever get over this?
Edit: I love how the only responses I've gotten for this comment are just "no" 🤣
HARRY did you put your name in the goblet of fire.
Did you have one of the older students.
Dumbledore the goblet couldn't possibly be bewitched by a 4th year cried moody.
I read to much
@i dork nope
@Liquid Sleep Games it wants me to watch Harry Potter again-
@i dork nah
I think this is one of the scariest concepts
Not getting killed by some guy in a mask with a big knife
But escaping death once and then knowing that you can never escape your fate, you will inevitably die
That’s just normal life tho
On the other hand, because of that, there’s absolutely no narrative tension. We all know they can’t succeed, so why even watch the movie?
@Céline I mean, yeah, but death does not literally follow you with a purpose of killing just because you were, like, destined to die or something and escaped
@Dreigonix for interesting ways for people to die? I always enjoyed and even cringed a bit at some of the deaths in the movies, they are pretty neat
@Artemis Moore etac death: I mean, so long as they escape me without cheating, I will let them go you know.
For anyone wondering about the seat switching mention that confused James, it’s saying that Alex wasn’t actually next in line to die, he had already evaded it
No he was originally sitting in the back but the two girl asked to switch with him and he did switch (in the premonition) but in “real life” he didn’t switch seats with them
@Final_Destination he kinda avoided switching with them becuz he just freaks out and hops over to the seat he would have sat in had he agreed to switch with the two girls
so it does kinda confuse folks
@itsakindamagik yeah, he was pretty paranoid the whole movie
Clear was the only smart one in the group. Believing Alex and even showing gratitude for her survival.
Who else kinda feels bad for Billy? He didn’t deserve to die no matter if he stayed on the plane or if he got of. He just seemed like a chill guy who got bullied.
Same 😭 he was such a fun chill guy
That Sean Scott William’s character?
@Drake Smith yeah
Credit to Tony Todd for bringing Bloodworth to life. I can only imagine if he was that intimidating as a teacher. "Fail the next test again and I'll see you in Summer school"
When I was a middle schooler, I watched final destination 4 at a friend's house, and then a week later my parents took me to a nascar race. I was terrified the cars were gonna flip into the stands
PS: They did, and this guy died. SHPOOKAAIIYYYY
You know you would think that Death would know about these premonitions and take them into account. Honestly I think it actually LOVES the opportunity to do these stupid elaborate and sadistic kills
“Oh thank god. I can finally spoil myself.”
Someone: **gets a vision**
Death: omg finally lmao
If Tony Todd is ever in a movie you can almost guarantee he's gonna be epic.
He was pretty epic as Kurn Second son of Mogh the younger Brother of Worf (Michael Dorn) in Star Trek The Next Generation.
It makes a ton of sense that this would start as a script for an X-Files episode, I can totally imagine Mulder and Scully trying to find the survivors of tragic accidents in order to stop “Death” from claiming them.
This is more of a “Death Count” than a “Kill Count”, really.
yea thats kinda not a good distinction, because even though there wasnt a person doing these deaths, the issue is that we use the word kill even for accidents, one could say that billy died when a piece of carters car flew through his neck, but we also can say he was killed when a piece of carters car flew through his neck.
both "killed" and "died" can be used interchangeably
@🌸🌱 no killed is when someone else does it
@Products 4 u! No it doesn’t work like that you could say “He got killed by a falling brick”
18:54 I love this because I imagine it like even death was confused by the movie.
It's like death is in the cabin saying "Ok alex I'm coming to get you. Rest in pi... Oh what's that you got there? What are you reading? Her seat was... Oh. Well ok then, I guess I'll just come back later then."
Etac death:I needed a refresher. I was extremely tired.
I love how Terry’s cause of death is “hit by a bus real freakin hard”
Only he didn’t use freakin
Except he did
Get over it!
*Walks in the Road*
Bus: oh ok Well
ORA ORA ORA
*RUNS OVER TERYS FLAT AF SHIT BODY*
@N-N YT Should’ve said Road Roller and MUDA MUDA MUDA
@Jabari The Golden Lucario missed shot
It aint wrong
Todd dry shaving bare skin is probably the most disturbing part of this whole movie
"You gotta be a fucked up god to take down this plane"
He says as if God himself didn't kill basically all of humanity (except for the boat dude and his family) that one time
He did it out of mercy though since humanity was evil and violent
@Professor Chimp I can't imagine humanity was more evil and violent back in Noah's day compared to the last 100 years.
it is not like humanity didnt have it coming tho
It's great to see James' growth as a content creator. The improvement in the narrations has been amazing. Just visiting this series again because it's a classic.
Out of everyone who had the vision
I think alex browning is the most smartest about death's design
Heck he even death proof himself and a cabin
I like to think that Tony Todd ' s character was also involved in an accident much like Alex ' s and that ' s why he knows so much about death .
Yesss we need a backstory for him on how and why he knows so much 😱😳👏🏻👏🏻
Purge: Takes about 20 minutes to beat the kill count record
Final Destination: Beats it in less than 5 minutes
I don't think it deserves the title
@Golden Boy why
mozart poot why?
mozart poot why
I burst out laughing when I first saw Terry get hit by the bus, I thought it was funny she told them to drop dead then promptly did so herself lol
One of my fondest memories in life. Was in army at school for our job. It had to be 20 of us watching this on VHS on a 27 in tv lol. When she got hit we lost it. Think of the biggest pop in wrestling. We were so loud “ohhhhh”
I’m absolutely fascinated by these films, I’ve read the plots and looked up all the trivia etc but the only one I’ve ever managed to watch all the way through is 3. They just freak me out so much! The fact that there is no visible killer and no escape is so scary to me (I’m a massive wimp tbf)
2 years later, but we can add one more horror credit to Devon Sawa (Alex Browning), as he now plays the father and uncle in the Chucky TV Series.
I like Terry’s death it was really sudden and unexpected and the the first time I saw it I was like “oh shit”
I just realized that if someone started freaking out on a plane similar to Alex, I would have no idea what to do since I would think of this movie, get off and survive or die in a potentially more painful way sometime later, or stay on the plane to either survive and the person was just having an anxiety attack or die in the explosion.
You just made me think of this so deeply
The purge: we got the most kills
Final Destination: hold my plane
Zombieland double tap: not so fast
More like hold my death
Purge just kinda dropped the plane lmao
Super Smash Bros Ultimate World Of Light: Hold up Boys
*hold my vodka.
"Us"'s ending: Am I a joke to you?
My theory of what Bluddworth says about inciting a fury in the Grim Reaper, is actually the reason for the complicated deaths in the movies.
His original design where horrible deaths. They usually were over pretty quickly and maybe painlessly sometimes. (Again, stretching that a fair bit but humor me.)
But, you cheated death and now he wants to make you suffer. Now, death could just stop your heart, but that's what I think Bluddworth means by angering him. Instead of something simple like a heart attack, he wants to toy with you. He wants you to suffer. He wants everyone you save to suffer.
Let you stew in your grief, then kill you in a complicated messed up death that you probably see coming but have no way to stop or worse, your in horrible agony the entire time (Case in point Tods death)
That's what I think. I genuinely love these movies so I thought about it for a long time."
That's a really cool theory!
i really liked how billy's 3/4 decapitation was spoiled early on the movie when the reflection of the plane traced across his face.
As someone with serious flying anxiety... I feel every single one of Alex's nervousness moments prior to the flight. ALL of those things would freak me out, too.
the first FD is legendary. I was in first year of highschool, me and my classmates went to the movies almost every weekend. I had to lie to my mom that I am watching some comedy because she hated me watching horror. but this really was golden age of teen horror. Final Destination, Scream, I know what you did last summer, Urban Legend, Ginger Snaps. Good times lol.
I've been binge rewatching Kill Counts and going back and watching the movies I can find. This channel is an endless source of entertainment!
I like how Dead Meats videos got longer because he actually explain scenes and how the person dies other than other channels they only shows us the death. Keep up the good work Dead Meat
Also facts, don't forget the facts. :)
And behind the scenes
“Sir we will remove you from this plane.”
“Fuck you, I’ll remove myself.” Still my favorite line, ever.
I love that in the scene before Tod's death, they have an owl appear as in some cultures, owls are omens of death! I'm sure that was intentional as well!
I wish they would’ve given us the original ending I’d much rather see Clear as a mother to Alex’s child than her dying in a sequel. She honestly deserved the happy ending consider all she’s been through .
I agree, but Final Destination is all about nobody getting a happy ending.
The warning sign at 10:08 is even better in German, since "Tod" also means "death" in german
I liked this movie for the reasons you said he was over worrying about. I feel like this movie really shows how crazy some of these coincidences could actually be. Always admired this franchise for that, which is why ive watched it 100 times
Billy straight pissed himself after barely missing the train and I'm not gonna lie, I would have too. Props to the writing team and director for making that visible and VERY realistic thing.
Carter not Billy
@GhostKyng87 Isn’t billy used for guys you don’t know the name of?
@SpectralI i think that john doe and Jane Doe for people we don't know
@Rip Van winkle aka jim milton aka john marston but billy is also a place holder name
I saw these films when I was like 7 and it made me so paranoid and afraid of dying. Especially the plane stuff. I’m going to Italy and Spain for a school trip and so many wrong things go through my mind, like “what if we run out of fuel over the ocean”
Here a fact for you: towards the end of the fifth movie, Sam and Molly happen to be on the same plane that Alex and the others were on, so that means we’re back at the beginning of the series, IT’S A NEVER ENDING LOOPHOLE!
I’d say that’s more so just them wanting a prequel. It just so happened otherwise it goes around.
I've loved movies since I was a kid, and even though I'm not new to this channel, I have to say that I respect what James A. Janisse does, not only through his amazing descriptions and reviews of movies, but the fact that he is an avid fan of horror films, which shows in each of his videos. Keep doing it, my dude!
I can imagine the grim reaper saying "CHOO CHO MOTHER*******!"
as if he doesn't take his job seriously
I love how alex 'calmly explain' what he saw in his premonition ...
Alex: "F*CKING PLANE'S GONNA EXPLODE"
Calmly, eh? Lol!
Dumbledore said calmly.
Final Destination movies are like one minute you're making soup and the other your entrails are spilling on the floor and your house is on fire.
As someone who is terrified of flying , although I have flies before I have extreme issue getting myself psyched up enough to go on a flight, I totally get Alex’s paranoia. Everybody has that one thing that really gets to them and for some, it’s riding on a plane
This is one of the few horror movies that can scare you for years.
I've always loved this franchise and I was exited to finally come to it on this channel.
The Movie Series That Made A Whole Generation Fear Almost Everything
A Moment of Silence for the Former Kill Count Record Holder.
Are you talking about this former record holder? Zombie land double tap beat it. It got 373 kills
Actually 376 kills, but you were close. But yeah, moment of silence for the original record holder.😔
Who was it
but cabin in the woods killed everyone soooooooo
I still cope with the fact that some of those a-holes decided to hate Alex just because he saved their sorry asses from getting fried.
Man these pre 2000s movies were wild.
I love that Death has an affinity for teens in this universe.
I love how after the knife block falls in the movie, the block behind James tips over as well.
I think Alex was looking at the storm outside, not the plane. Honestly, I’d be hesitant to get on a plane during a lightning storm too.
The weird death-water thing with Todd could’ve been avoided if they just designed a set floor with a drain! Not super common for home bathrooms, but better than out of place reversed footage
"Final Destination was released in 2000" "Shrek was released 2 years later in 2001"
Star wars reveng of the sith was released 7 years later in 1999
Toy story 4 was then released 18 years later, in 50 b.c
Avengers endgame was released 10 years ago way back in 1969
Orsha _ Wait wha-
Thanks for getting Clear's name right. SO MANY PEOPLE insist on calling her Claire.
Fun Fact: he doesn't stand in front of his horror collection, he stand infront of a green screen because his body edit was glitched in one of saw or final destination kill count
„Choo choo motherfuckers.“
I love it when he says that 😂
every now and then i wander my way back into this playlist. these movies were such a huge part of my life man.
I always wondered if death thought
"You know, I shouldn't give people premonitions of horrible freak accidents, that way they don't cheat me so I can take them without putting effort on this kill chain thing I got, and call it a day"
That would've ended the series right there.
I love how the knife rack in the background had its knives gone after Val Lewton's death.
Real subtle, James.
lol I was wondering if anyone else would notice
I’ve sold exactly that brand of knives before.
How the hell did you notice that!?
TheSlammurai I've noticed in a lot of his Kill Counts that James likes to put things in the background that change over the course of the video.
I interpreted the scene where he realizes that he never switched seats with those two ladies is that he wasn’t supposed to go against that idea, and now worse things are yet to come.
As someone with anxiety, it's funny and depressing to watch other people feel how I feel every day.... but with more death
"In Death, there ARE no accidents. No coincidences, no mishaps, and no escapes."☠
- William Bludworth(Tony Todd),
Not sure if anyone else has seen this, but using the line map Alex had, seeing how many seats there was and the line of events, you can sorta get the ratio of male to female on the plane, starting easy with the French class students - (3:23) 11 Females & 9 Males. Then the plane itself, first shot - (5-14) Roughly 2 Females & 3 Males, along with the poor baby. | Shot 2&3 - (5:22 & 5:44) 20 Females & 21 Males | We also see 3/4 different female flight attendants -- while this is not 287, it breaks it down slightly to; 36/7 Females & 33 Males, About 70 of the people on the plane.
This video actually made me a fan of Buckcherry. Thanks James!
This is the movie that makes you suddenly super aware of your surroundings and then gives you anxiety about literally everything around you.
If you're 13yo
wow, that is relatable
Yeah, if you're 12.
Expio 20XX poundsign relatable
Like I anxiously all the time from these movies. I’m like ahhh dead comes for everyone but when and where?
@ChikinOnFrydai I can relate since in my elementary school they put us this movies
James I suggest for kills that happen like that (the plane), you count that as one kill when you divide the kills by the runtime.
God I love final destination
Buckcherry was one of the first bands I also saw. I went to see Alice Cooper back in March and they were the opening band for Alice. Honestly they are a pretty underrated band. Deserves A LOT of more love.
My biggest issue with this movie is how forced Alex's incrimination is
That last look of Carter as the sign comes towards him is still one of the funniest reactions in any film, just a look of pure "Oh, you gotta be FUCKING kidding...". Thank god for reshoots.
"I'll see you soon."
That line, from a mortician, might be the best line in any horror movie.
MattheJ1 I am 100
Do you mean coroner
Especially from Tony Todd.
Agreed! I still use that quote all the time with my friends hehe :)
Candyman next count confirmed
The reason that Alex was paranoid by looking at the plane was because it looked rusty and unstable and the giant flight board there were flights being cancelled for some reason.
I remember a point where people would put SFX from the show "Ed, Edd, n Eddy" over scenes from these movies, and they always worked a little too well...
I always interpreted Alex as having anxiety more than just being superstitious. As someone with anxiety themself, I've had a lot of moments like his where something that seems innocuous is ominous to me. Or maybe that's just my dumb brain, forget I said anything.
my brain works like Alex's in the sense that I worry about everything but not because there's a reason to be worried, just because I have a fear of the unknown and things not in my control.
When I saw this movie I was afraid of roller coasters and airplanes, luckily I overcame my fears just in time before my vacation to Disney World.
The belko experiment: we’ll have the highest kill count
The purge: hold my mini guns
*final destination: hold my oxygen mask*
Holocaust: Hold my gas mask
John Wick: hold my pencil
Wait till FD 5 with the bridge.
fd5: *hold my bridge*
Omar Dugee Avengers Infinity War: Hold my Gauntlet
Fun Fact: Tod Waggner comes from Paul Wegener who starred in The Golem, Terry Chaney comes from Lon Chaney who starred in The Phantom of the Opera (1925), and Larry Murnau comes from F.W. Murnau director of Nosferatu
Me after watching the deaths in the Final Destination series: I am afraid of everything. Everything is pain.
Yeah final destination is just live action happy tree friends
I'm so happy you covered this movie ! Its one of my favorites
If I was in a final destination movie I’d probably be the one who died by falling both in the premonition and the avoidance sequence
I know people hate reboots but I wouldn't hate another final destination sequel or reboot. These movies were legit horror to me as a kid
* avoids death*
Death: *he is too dangerous to be kept alive*
"i'll freaking do it again"
Im so exicted for number 6 and 7 sequels
So you have Chosen me ( that’s death talking)
4:56 Now that you point that out, I headcannon Alex as having OCD. The feeling of small things setting off the idea that worst fears are going to come true is actually so relatable to me as someone with OCD. Especially at the beginning where he feels like he needs to keep the tag on his luggage.
If we ever get Final Destination 6, I want them to explore why some people get premonitions and cheat death. It’ll add a new thing to the series
that's actually really smart! maybe it was chosen by fate for one of the survivors getting a premonition
@Caleb Siguenza I find it kind of weird that all the movies are pretty much the same (regardless of quality) and they never tried to come up with a reasoning for that?
@Le Pie well to quote JAJ "but hey, they make these movies to kill people"
Sean William Scott is funny as hell... I wonder his career was put on holt