The ending of There's Someone Inside Your House explained
The Ending Of There's Someone Inside Your House Explained
In the weeks leading up to Halloween, you may be tempted to rewatch some of the best golden age slasher films, like "The Slumber Party Massacre," "Friday the 13th," and, of course, "Halloween." But if you find yourself wanting to dive into a newer take on the slasher genre, Netflix recently added a teen slasher that pays homage to the greats — "There's Someone Inside Your House."
Based on the young adult horror novel of the same name, "There's Someone Inside Your House" stars Sydney Park as Makani Young, a high-school transfer student who moves from her home in Hawaii to live with her grandmother in a much more rural community. A year after the move, as Makani adjusts to her new school and makes friends, some of her fellow classmates are found brutally murdered by a killer who wears a mask identical to each victim's own face.
Like other thrilling slashers, "There's Someone Inside Your House" follows Sydney as she and her surviving friends try to piece together the mystery before it's too late. With plenty of shocking revelations and twists, "There's Someone Inside Your House" keeps you on your toes until the very end, and the murderer's identity is probably one you won't see coming.
Let's take a look at the ending of "There's Someone Inside Your House."