Does Talk To Me have an after-credits scene?

Talk to Me, Umbrella Entertainment and A24
Talk to Me, Umbrella Entertainment and A24 /

If you’ve been eagerly waiting for Talk to Me to make its theatrical debut, well wait no more! The movie is now officially playing in theaters. Some of those in the horror genre can be cheesy and have a predictable story. It’s been difficult to find ones where the story doesn’t feel repetitive. Well, don’t you worry. The Sophie Wilde-led film definitely doesn’t fall into that category!

Wilde takes on the central role of Mia. The production also stars Miranda Otto as Sue, Alexandra Jensen as Jade, Otis Dhanji as Daniel, and Zoe Terakes as Hayley. Joe Bird as Riley, Chris Alosio as Joss, Marcus Johnson as Max, and Alexandria Steffensen as Rhea.

After the end of some films, you need to stick around because there’s a scene after the credits that either hints at a sequel, is a fun jokey easter egg, or brings an element from the movie to light or to a close. So is there one for the horror? We’ve got the answer for you below!

Does Talk To Me have an after-credits scene?

Talk to Me does not have an after-credits scene. Sometimes these can be fun for fans. But honestly, most people don’t like to sit through the credits. Once a movie is done, you want to get out of the cinema after sitting there for about an hour and a half, if not longer. Though at the same time, you don’t want to miss an after-credits scene if it’s there. If you’re heading out to watch Talk to Me, then don’t you worry. Once the film cuts to black, it’s done and you can head home.

The horror production, directed by brothers Danny Philippou and Michael Philippou, is centered around Mia, who is a lonely teenager missing her mother who passed away. When she learns there’s a way to connect to those on the other side through an embalmed hand, Mia gets her friends on board. She want to see if her mother’s spirit is out there. But if you hold on for too long, there’s consequences.

Talk to Me is now playing in theaters.

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