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'The Belko Experiment' Ending Teases a Possible Sequel!

'The Belko Experiment' Ending Teases a Possible Sequel!

The new horror-thriller The Belko Experiment hits theaters this weekend and we have details on the possible sequel that is teased in the ending of the movie!

The film is the perfect alternative for anyone who is not in the mood to see family fare like Beauty and the Beast at the movies this weekend.

Tony Goldwyn and John Gallagher Jr. star in the movie, which is about a group of 80 Americans who are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogata, Colombia and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company’s intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.

Click inside for spoilers for how the movie ends…

SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know what happens at the end of the film!

At the end of the movie, John‘s character is the only person left alive in the office building and he is escorted out by two security guards. After being taken into a bunker next to the building, he is introduced to a man who explains that the workers were part of a social experiment. He is asked to answer some questions about his behaviors while fighting for his life and he is shown absolutely no sympathy at all. What the scientist and security guards don’t know is that he took explosives out of the building and placed the tiny bombs on all of the men. After detonating the explosives and killing the men, John‘s character exits the bunker and looks relieved to be free.

At this moment, the camera pans out and reveals that we were watching one monitor on a huge panel of screens showing similar situations. Clearly, there are experiments just like The Belko Experiment happening all around the world! We hear that phase one has been completed and the movie ends.

If there is a sequel to The Belko Experiment, we have a couple theories on what could happen. One is that we could be shown what happens at a different location during the experiment. The other is that the sequel will show what happens in phase two. Perhaps all of the survivors of the individual experiments will have to face off against each other!

“I have a very good idea about where Belko goes from here and how the experiment would continue and if we’re lucky enough to make a few bucks and the audience would like to see a sequel, then I think that would be something that we’d be very willing to give them,” screenwriter James Gunn told Complex.

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  • Wil McMullen

    I dont know what people were expecting after seeing these trailers for this movie, but it seems it has garnered some pretty harsh reviews. I expected this movie to brutal considering its overall premise and this movie delivered. I actually thought it was pretty good and yes it does combine the two elements of ‘Battle Royale’ & ‘Office Space’, but still managed to be its own ‘Belko Experiment’. I dont think its wise to push out a sequel as this should be its own stand-alone film. Lets have the creative minds behind this project put some real thought into giving us an original horror experience next time out. To me the best kinds of horror films are usually the ones with minimal explanation as to why. I like its bleek ending with these experiments happening in different places, i could only hope that its truly left as is.

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  • http://myanimelist.net/profile/ethan7 Ethan Hughes

    But without a sequel the movie is left unresolved, and as a whole I’m left feeling like I had to watch a ton of people die for pretty much no reason at all. Presumably the reason they actually died is some evil-super-mega-corp which wants to perfect the world is experimenting on them, but in that case who is it? Could it actually be aliens with space age metals and world-wide reach? And regardless why? Even the guy at the end asked why, and he didn’t get an answer either, seems like a lot of smoke with no reason to set a fire.

  • Elizabeth Marie Archevald

    But they already explained why they died and why they did the experiment. It’s nothing more than a messed up social psychology thing. Ever heard of the stanford prison experiment? (Which actually happened, although no one died, obviously.) Experimentation doesn’t need a reason other than sheer curiosity.

  • Elizabeth Marie Archevald

    But they already explained why they died and why they did the experiment. It’s nothing more than a messed up social psychology thing. Ever heard of the stanford prison experiment? (Which actually happened, although no one died, obviously.) Experimentation doesn’t need a reason other than sheer curiosity.