The Final destination The horror movie franchise has a formulaic structure in which one person foreshadows disaster and saves a group of people from violent deaths. From there, everyone involved dies in a convoluted way because no one can cheat death. Sure, Final destination is just a movie, but an anxious person might feel stressed about the future after the incident in this video.
The doorbell camera films a quiet street with lots of tall, mature trees. Not even a breeze blowing through their limbs. A car passes, but nothing seems abnormal. When the vehicle comes out of the frame, a creak becomes audible. It’s unclear where the noise is coming from, however.
As this popping sound occurs, a cross enters the frame going from left to right. A tree branch hanging over the road breaks, just as the vehicle passes under it.
The timing is right for the crossover to be completely unscathed. The camera only offers a limited view of the road, but it doesn’t even seem like the driver is slowing down afterwards. The person may not even have noticed the potential calamity.
If that driver was driving a little slower or leaving the house a little earlier at the same speed, it would have been a very different video. The tree branch reportedly landed on the hood or roof of the crossover. The impact probably wouldn’t have hurt anyone but could have damaged the car. That would have been enough to ruin one person’s day.
The writers of Final destination franchise are fans of using car crashes in movies. In fact, three of the five entries use shipwrecks as inciting incidents. In the second film, there is a multi-vehicle highway wreck. The final destination starts at a stock car race, and Final destination 5 talks about vehicles stuck in a collapsed bridge. Additionally, there are stunts adjacent to the automobile in the other films.