Let's discuss 'Speak No Evil's twisty finish.

It's always nice when a horror movie's ending gives you a good scare, but every once in a while, one comes along that really knocks you out.

Speak No Evil, a dark thriller by Christian Tafdrup about a family that goes abroad and makes some strange new friends, fits right into this category. 

Its first two acts are full of social awkwardness, but the last 30 minutes really turn the screw. If you've seen the movie, you're probably still like,

"WTF?" But in reality, how much did it hint at? Were there clues all along, or did that ending really come out of nowhere? The story is easy to follow

On vacation in Europe, Bjrn (Morten Burian) and Louise (Sidsel Siem Koch) and their daughter Agnes (Liva Forsberg) meet Patrick (Fedja van HuĂȘt

and Karin (Karina Smulders) and their son Abel (Marius Damslev), who can't speak because he was born with a short tongue. After the holiday

Patrick and Karin invite Bjrn and Louise to their rural home in the Netherlands. They say yes, and things quickly go downhill from there.