RELIC (2020) Explained
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In the horror family drama RELIC, a family is brought together when the matriarch goes missing. And her daughter becomes convinced her increasingly odd behavior is tied to something sinister in their crumbling family home. Learn all about the story and its deeper metaphorical meaning as well as explaining the ending.
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  • Suzuki Satoru
    Suzuki Satoru

    i wonder how much those critics got paid to say this borefest was scary, and thats why i never trust what critics say

  • James Owl
    James Owl

    I lost my grandpa to Alzheimer’s last year. My mom and grandma always say I look and act very similar to him. Needless to say, the ending really hit home for me.

  • Angela Nova
    Angela Nova

    Reminds me of the short story “The yellow wallpaper” the way the decaying of the walls mirror the character’s mental state decaying. Literally right out of “The yellow wallpaper”.

  • syedah fatimah
    syedah fatimah

    Ending explain of the haunting of bly manor

  • Zyklon W
    Zyklon W

    Hello, please do "The Tall Man" (2012) (And yes, I am watching all this videos, again.)

  • Is mayonnaise an instrument?
    Is mayonnaise an instrument?

    I dno why, but I get weird Resident Evil 7 vibes from this.

  • Lemon Drop The Icon
    Lemon Drop The Icon

    God i dont think i can watch this movie. I think itd hit too close to home to my situation with my grandma right now, this video is hard enough to watch.

  • Artie Rupinen
    Artie Rupinen

    Most people in here: *shares emotional stories about their grandparents* Me: WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON WITH THIS HOUSE?!?!?!?!?

  • havoc2.0

    God this guy's English teacher must of loved him

  • White Shadows
    White Shadows

    These diseases makes me always question if our creator gives 2 shits about us or if we even have one. 2 of my great aunts had alzheimer's and both of them were good people(to my knowledge). One was always the most sweet person in the room even tho was treated by her husband like shit most of the time. Even when she was far gone and didnt remember anyone was so sweet and lovely, she would always put a smile on ur face. The other one even if she was a bit rough and harsh, she never had bad intentions. She had to raise 4 of her sisters since her mother died young, her dad was always at hard farmer work and sacrificed herself to give her little sisters the chance to get a proper eduction, for them to have a better life. She was always rough, but u would never leave from her house with ur belly and hand empty. But what makes me even more angry is that most countries dont have assisted suicide available. We are forced to see our loved ones wither away and they are forced to be trapped in their own bodies.

  • Yoshua Martinez
    Yoshua Martinez

    Damn I'm gonna cry from a horror movie that I haven't even watched.


    If dementia can be so horrifying.. then imagine a country being run by a president who's got it. Wait .. what 🤔


      @D Davis sell out to leftist lobby and China.. 😂

    • D Davis
      D Davis

      @RATHNESH RATU if I didn't feed myself maybe.


      @D Davis people like you bite the hands that feed you

    • D Davis
      D Davis

      We just got out of having a deranged president

  • Scriptols

    damn that cut tho you look good :)

  • Ceebee 11
    Ceebee 11

    This story also seems like an analogy for a genetic disease like Huntington’s.

  • Bran Dumb
    Bran Dumb

    This comment section is just people giving out too much personal info.

  • Betsy

    This movie didn't scare me but made me feel sad and depressed

  • c Fisher
    c Fisher

    Sounds like he said "idiot explains"

  • Tristan Campbell
    Tristan Campbell

    kay: dealing with the impending horror of her mother losing her mind and forgetting the entire life she had behind her and the doom of not being able to remember her own children and the memories she made with them Sam: HmMm CiElInG gO *shrink*

  • Outcast 0033
    Outcast 0033

    Yeah I dont recommend this movie. It might not have been terrible but it was too symbolic and emotional to really be a decent horror movie.

  • Ok Alright
    Ok Alright

    Didn’t really like the movie, was expecting a scary paranormal haunting movie and honestly just watched “Run” and it was ten times scarier than Relic. And honestly not enough was explained and I was horrified when this movie turned into a giant metaphor for not being able to let go

  • Grab the thighs and yeet
    Grab the thighs and yeet

    As much as I love your videos, as someone from Melbourne, the way you pronounced MeLboRRn was more terrifying than the movie 😂😂

  • Amy Oxley
    Amy Oxley

    Don't mind me. Just gunna go watch this real quick. This movie reminds me of the taking of Deborah Logan, but less paranormal. They both have the same stories as they both have dementia

  • Qwerty Mine
    Qwerty Mine

    14:12 sus

  • Marceline Chan
    Marceline Chan

    I wish I had a grandmother who had dementia, I'd be there for her 24/7 taking care of her bc I would absolutely love her. My mother is lucky that there is no record of dementia in the family. I'm blessed but I'd still be there for her.

  • razorlumz

    My wife and I cried, like silent ugly cried, during the entire ending. We also both called our parents after 😂

  • Ariel Wijaya
    Ariel Wijaya

    Fuck, I'm addicted to this channel now

  • The Summoner
    The Summoner

    This hits close to home. My grandmother has been declining steadily for several years, with my mom and her two sisters taking turns looking after her. The past few months she’s begun to rapidly decline, unable to walk on her own or feed herself, reduced to a childlike state, that is when she’s even lucid. The fact this is all happening during a pandemic has made it even worse; there have been times where they would have taken her to the hospital, but didn’t out of fear. My family is extremely close, used to go to Gramma’s every Sunday for dinner, but now we can’t even see each other. I know she’s not long for this world, and I’ve made my peace with that, but I know that I’ll be faced with the same thing as my mom is, only I don’t have the ability to take care of her, being sickly myself. I’m also an only child, unmarried, no children, so it terrifies me to think of what will happen in the future.

  • way ment
    way ment

    dementia/altziemers is 90% of the reason i maintain life shortening habits like smoking

  • Shivon Nevius
    Shivon Nevius

    Basically its about how scary dementia can be for the family and the one affected.

  • JAG JustJag
    JAG JustJag

    I like your content but I wish you’d just drop that affected voice and talk normally.

  • OJay88

    2020 was an absolute turd of a year for horror movies.

  • CindyLou Who
    CindyLou Who

    I haven’t watched 90% of the movies you cover and I get so much info from your videos that I feel no need to actually watch it 🤣 kind of like the grandpa on Lost Boys who said he didn’t need tv if he had a TV guide 😂

  • Allison Ventures
    Allison Ventures

    Why do you talk like that????? Its annoying

  • Juci Shockwave
    Juci Shockwave

    Relic 2020... not to be confused with Relic 1997, which is a great movie too. Anyways, being a shadow of your formal self is one of my worst nightmares... it is right up there with being buried alive, burnt to death and drowning. I just want to pass away peacefully in my sleep with my memories. Though with my luck and humanity being so cruel, I feel that would never happen. I would suffer a painful death, because society is a real piece of shit.

  • FadedLink 007
    FadedLink 007

    Love the hair my friend

  • Ron Villanova
    Ron Villanova

    This movie is great, because there is non monster, you can argue all the events can be explained by the two women having a mental breakdown, caring for the grandmother, who is having a bad episode



  • ashoka samart
    ashoka samart

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  • normalized_freak

    As someone whose mother's had developed dementia beacuse of Parkinson's disease during her final years, this film hit hard.

  • irish anne tambogon
    irish anne tambogon

    The ending made me cry.

  • PD Zombie
    PD Zombie

    One of the best horror films of last year... A true terrifying metaphor to lose somebody to dementia. Why isn't this movie in the list of the best? Thanx!!!

  • TheGodshatter

    The card under, (Its' here) says, (not my memories) Edit: 17:51 20:05 it says I am loveD. The last letter is a d, not a question mark bro.

  • TheGodshatter

    Damn good channel! Been binge watching you bro. You rock.

  • Freya Crescent
    Freya Crescent

    Yea I’m not peelin no black skin off nobody. I’ll go to little ceasers instead.

  • Last Outlaw
    Last Outlaw

    Womderful film, of course its from sone1s actual experience. Dealing with dementia is a horror for those on all sides. Point out every bit and being able to connect it with the real situation dealt with in the film

  • Bill Barnicke
    Bill Barnicke

    What you have done here is more of a 'recap' or 'summary' of the movie than it is an 'explanation' or 'discussion' about the movie.

  • Sinte Lyons
    Sinte Lyons

    That was beautiful

  • KillTheCreex

    My grandmother has dementia. One time she went in my room when I was sleeping and woke me up by yelling at me with a knife in her hand, then she cried and said "They see you" and went in my bed, laughed and slept.

  • Abraham Ramirez
    Abraham Ramirez

    Just finished watching this. Heard people say this was a lesser Hereditary, but I don't see much similarities between the films at all besides a creepy grandma.

  • jamie g
    jamie g

    I’m binge watching this channel so hard

  • Liz Williams
    Liz Williams

    This is an example of why good horror movies fascinate me. The backstories and layered themes are in themselves an adventure. Unfortunately, jump scares really upset me; and I’m so susceptible to movie scores that they can make my emotions go haywire. That’s why I love FoundFlix: I can explore the story and experience some of the fear without being overwhelmed.

  • Sam Nathan
    Sam Nathan

    It's pronounced mel-bin. No one calls it mel-borne

  • Gregory Cox
    Gregory Cox

    If you look at her leg when the bone breaks outside her leg the bone is black as most of the skin on the inside showing the black already took over her insides even before the outside of her.

  • not even river
    not even river

    this is the reason why i'm taking a shitload of pills and jumping into the river thames when i turn 59, i do not want to deal with my brain decaying bruv

  • drkmgic

    i did not realize there are so many horror movies

  • That Gardener
    That Gardener

    Such an interesting movie. Just finished watching it

  • Neo Hero
    Neo Hero

    Imagine inherenting a curse when everyone else gets a nice house and money

  • CadaverSplatter

    There is something important that is missed here. The supernatural entity is her great-grandfather, whose presence has been brought in by the "relic" of the installed window from his former log cabin. As he aged he was not properly taken care of by Edna, and so slowly takes possession of her as her mind deteriorates, letting him in. When what has been left of Edna has been replaced by the ghost of her grandfather, it seeks to attack the Mother and daughter, easily being put down by her frailty. However, instead of leaving Edna alone to die like her grandfather, the mother stays and to take care of her, and finds that what was under her skin was in fact the great-grandfather. She proceeds to peel away Edna's shell, and comforts the ghost of her great grandfather, who did not know such comfort in his own dying day.

  • Collin Lutz
    Collin Lutz

    This was an incredibly good movie where the horror of it symbolized the realities of mental decay. If we are still trying to figure out reasons for her skin peeling off, we end up missing the symbolism it was meant to portray.

  • Fred Jefferson
    Fred Jefferson

    Anybody else who can't be bothered to watch the movies and just binge watches these and James's kill counts

  • Leonard Dement
    Leonard Dement

    Horror needs to be horror. Not drama. That's my thoughts. I enjoy getting a good scare but hate drug out drama horror.

  • Mirav Vyas
    Mirav Vyas

    Cardigan under the bed

  • FS The Gaymer Mouse
    FS The Gaymer Mouse

    there was an old creepy pasta that was basically this movie. the movie 100% stole the story

  • Ben Nicholas
    Ben Nicholas

    Bro u need a new mic

  • ADN

    This was quite clever and poignant. Amazing take on a subject that can well be both terrifying and deeply sad

  • D.J Gray
    D.J Gray

    Me at 0:00 : “alright let’s get scared!” Me at the end: *cries uncontrollably*

  • TechnoPriest

    Looking at the comments below, i can agree dementia is a scary thing, as i work as a CNA... but i kinda got caught up seeing what looks more like a memory care unit be referred to as a nursing home. For someone in Edna’s condition, there ARE options. Retirement homes are more like home away from homes when people no longer want to worry about home repair or meals or anything... thats it. Assisted living is more like what would be the right call for Edna, ranging anywhere from completely independent people to those that require assistance with almost anything and everything. Memory care is more focused on people who are very far gone mentally, but still pretty good physically, and need proper stimulation. Nursing homes are the most extreme, those are where you tend the very far gone and in high need of care patients. You will rarely find a catheter in an assisted living home, they’re very commonplace in a nursing home.

  • Jen Bocti
    Jen Bocti

    This movie had me terrified in the first hour to sobbing the rest of it...this movie really embodied the cruel reality of Alzheimer’s on individuals and their families 😞

  • Jon

    Whole house goes black when water hits a heater? Must be an Apple designed breaker box.

  • LucaKro krowinkel
    LucaKro krowinkel

    that ring scene was acted really poorly

  • Joey Hall
    Joey Hall

    I suspected the movie had an underlying meaning; only realizing my suspicion was not unfounded upon viewing this video. Thank you so much for the clarification. My gram, too, had succumb to dementia, and until her death sometime later, I could see the transformation taking place within her.

  • Consequence No. 62
    Consequence No. 62

    What a fucked up movie, Jesus Christ. If there is a God, why would he fucking create Dementia?

  • Chris Bennett
    Chris Bennett

    This movie made me text my mam "I love ya ma". Not something I do often. Not comfortable with those kinda displays of affection

  • virtue

    Melbun not Melborn

  • Gerard

    this explanation is a load of crap!

  • No Thanks
    No Thanks

    Wasn't expecting to cry at the end of this but I did. And the black stuff was mold.

  • Kachizou

    This movie reminds me of the song mansion by NF

  • gerry

    the comments got me in my feels 😭

  • Count Volkihar
    Count Volkihar

    This can lead to a long discussion however I want to mention something, succumbing to "something that hurts us" is not the correct way of dealing with them, because if that was the case then humanity couldn't have come to this point, we are fighters and understating and helping each other plus science are our weapons, we must not succumb we must help each other and continue developing succumbing will lead us to extinction

  • ToaHannah007

    A friend of mine her grandpa passed away about a week ago around age 90 something... I told her about this movie how it was a good demenstration or visual about dementia. Her own mom was his caretaker.... They had to take away his keys, but he was allowed to stay at his home. I don't know all the details, but his dementia was so bad he didn't recognize her face or her voice anymore. I can't help but feel sorry for them. The best thing that I can do for them is just offer them my support during these dark times.

  • Cheesy Kebs
    Cheesy Kebs

    My granny died of dementia recently and I get what they are going through not wanted to lose someone ( not the whacky demon stuff )

  • Soviet Wyatt
    Soviet Wyatt

    You’re saying Melbourne wrong

  • Cat PBatista
    Cat PBatista

    Your hair looks good!~

  • Will Unscripted
    Will Unscripted

    This movie had me saying : Da fuq..?

  • Charizard28

    I thought the last part when she saw dark spot in her mother because she can’t back to real world like she’s still in darkness and there’s no way out like Silent Hill movie. I know my mind is silly.

  • Soap Mactavish
    Soap Mactavish

    What a shitty fucking trash movie hands down. Huge disappointment

    • Will Unscripted
      Will Unscripted

      I didn't get it. I had to watch this video to get it. At the end I was like da fuq did I just watch..? Meh it was o.k. I thought The Invisible Man was way creepier.

  • James Pfiske
    James Pfiske

    Shittiest most unexplained movie I’ve ever seen.

  • simpe zulu
    simpe zulu

    Well I must say I expected more from ending, maybe some relic creature or something..I do not like ending ,but it was tense until I realized old lady changed in to older uglier something and why who knows .......and that is it..meh

  • Ardavan47

    I watched this yesterday... i cried today....

  • Everyone has an opinion
    Everyone has an opinion

    The bit that terrified me in the movie is when the youngest girl goes into the 'extra' part of the closet and finds more rooms etc. It's a recurring nightmare I've had since being a teen. Eventually one of the 'extra' rooms has a smothering darkness that has something evil in it. Way more detail to the nightmare, but that's essentially what happens. Dream always starts out as 'hey, this is interesting' as I start exploring, finding really old items and rooms/hall ways. Usually these hidden areas are in between storeys 1 and 2. It's happened off and on for the last 30 years that now as soon as I find myself in one of these areas now, I immediately think 'oh f*ck, it's here again'. Luckily by now I can exit out of any nightmare I have, so thats one good thing

  • rikacheer

    I dislike the accusation that putting someone in a home is abandoning them. Not everyone is equipped to care for someone with dementia, especially if they are violent. Sometimes a home is the best place for someone. You do not need to suffer verbal, emotional, and physical abuse, like Sam and Kay were suffering, just because you're related. You can visit someone and support them without being in harms way constantly.

  • MiSTR JT
    MiSTR JT

    That’s not Mila Kunis?

  • Tony B
    Tony B

    sounds boring

  • Koiffu

    I didn't know that The Caretaker was a movie director as well.

  • Art of Swords
    Art of Swords

    God I started breaking down and crying at the end. Both this movie and this video. I was taking care of my mom these last 10 years, and some of the stuff she did/said was very scary and crazy. It was hard, but I would give anything to do it more. I miss her so much.

  • Hyperion

    Do asmr

  • Bonkle Binkleton
    Bonkle Binkleton

    I like ya cut G

  • Weavor Jjohanna
    Weavor Jjohanna

    wow what a coincidence, i just came back from "the Caretaker - Everywhere at the end of time"

  • Kevin Kinney
    Kevin Kinney

    Dude, You're the best

  • Lil Pherbert
    Lil Pherbert

    My grandpa just passed from dimentia a few days ago. He suffered with it for 5 years. It was the worst feeling EVER to have your grandfather not remmeber who you are. A person who helped you grow from a baby and has no memory of who you are. It was the most gut wrenching thing I will probably ever deal with. RIP grandpa, you’re in a better place now