Final Destination 5, Death Strikes Again: Small Comforts
Satirical plot, news, and information on the hit-horror movie Final Destination.
Well all you horror fans may be getting excited over the next installment of the popular series Final Destination, Final Destination 4 (in 3-D) the producers of Final Destination are already brainstorming ideas for 5 and are to say the least very excited about how it’s shaping up. Below is a Q&A with the Writer/Director of all F-D films to date.
Q: In Final Destination 2, there was a HUGE opening scene that made everyones jaw drop it was the most awesome pile up in a long time, what opening scene can we expect in F-D5?
A: *Laughs* Well we did a lot of research on this one, we re-watched Final Destination 1 – 3 at least a dozen times and it’s safe to say THIS WILL BE HUGERER then Final Destination 2’s opening.
Q: Care to elaborate?
A: Sure. In Final Destination 5, we want to really play on the irony of it all and the not so everyday fears, but at the same time we want do deliver every day fears as well, like in F-D2 where Rory gets sliced like a loaf of cheap bread by a barbed wire fence our entire crew agreed that was one of their every day fears. In the opening scene of F-D5 we have this van with four people in it and their just driving along the highway, when suddenly we cue the ironic happenings around them and mysteriously cause the car radio to play Highway to Hell. Then, out of nowhere two trucks pull in close to the left and right lanes of the van and while going over a bridge two plastic bags come from under the bridge onto their windshield, the trucks flip and while this is happening the driver is coincidentally reading A Brief History of Time. Once the trucks flip over and release their contents the driver will put on a surprised face and we cue the “oh shit” moment.
Q: Contents? What exactly are inside the trucks?
Q: Mattresses? …
A: That’s correct. You see, our idea is that when you die, you want it to be as painless and comfortable as possible you would never want a painful death. But with trucks full of mattresses, you conveniently die by something not intended to harm you and is usually comfortable, but don’t worry the death scene is still extremely brutal. Just last night we were saying how cool it would be if we could have the mattresses colliding with the face of the right seat passenger so fast and hard that it actually burns half of their face off. Originally the opening scene was going to be a van passing over train tracks when it is suddenly blind sided by a train full of mattresses, but our writers said it was “just too ridiculous” and “that it could never happen in a logical world such as Final Destination”.