‘Skinamarink’ Explained: What Happens In the Cult Horror Hit?
It’s the new cult horror hit that everyone is talking about: Skinamarink. Shot for a budget of just $15,000 by writer and director Kyle Edward Ball, this low budget scarefest follows two children as they awaken in the middle of the night to discover their father is missing, along with all of their house’s windows and doors.
So where did this movie come from? What is it about? And what do some of its ambiguous twists mean? That’s the subject of our latest video, which breaks down the entire film and explains what the heck is going on in that weird ending. We’ll also talk about the missing furniture, missing faces, alternate realities, and the dark entity behind everything we see (and don’t see) onscreen. Plus, we have a theory that Skinamarink and Beetlejuice are basically the same movie. No it’s true! Want to know what we’re talking about? Watch our full Skinamarink video below to find out:
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