Watch the Alternate Ending To ‘Carrie’ Right Here!!


Just today Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment released Boys Don’t Cry director Kimberly Peirce‘s remake of Carrie on DVD and Blu-ray.

One of the most intriguing extra features was the “shocking alternate ending”, which has leaked online for your viewing pleasure.

With a quick spoiler warning, the new ending on display shows a pregnant Sue Snell in the hospital that ends with a shocking birth…

A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. Brian De Palma’s 1976 film version of Carrie earned Oscar nominations for stars Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie.

Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore, Judy Greer, Alex Russell, Ansel Elgort, Gabriella Wilde and Portia Doubleday all star.

Full Blu-ray Specs
-Feature Film With Alternate Ending
-“Bringing Back Carrie” Featurette
-Deleted/Extended Scenes with Commentary by Director Kimberly Peirce
-Commentary by Director Kimberly Peirce
-The Power of Telekinesis
-Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise
-Theatrical Trailer

  • MachineGunGandhi

    so shocking.

  • ill_mindedd

    i loved carrie. i think chloe moretz is an amazing actress and id love to see her in more horror films. the alternate ending was decent. im still for the original ending though.

  • itsnickkarcher

    I thought that was so much better than the theatrical ending. It’s not cheesy and sets up for a sequel, even though I don’t personally want one. This ending resembles the book more, Carrie passing on her power to Sue’s baby.

  • ClericMarshall

    This ending is better, overall the movie was ok, Chloe is a good actress but I didn’t buy her being Carrie, also I thought it needed more gore on the prom scene.

  • katshot

    I think in Ukraine that’s the ONLY one ending, so I’m gonna ask – what’s an alternate alternate ending?

  • Julian Nunez

    I thought that was pretty lame. I still haven’t seen the movie though but i read that the theatrical ending is exactly the same as the 1976 version, which still seems like a waste.

    • djblack1313

      @Julian Nunez, the theatrical ending has Sue walking up with the white flower. she puts it at Carrie’s grave/tombstone and walks away. we then see the tombstone crack and kind of explode. then it cuts (in both alt and theatrical endings) to the end credits accompanied by a HORRIBLE, ill fitting rock song. you can see it here:

  • Jasonicus

    “I need to record something off my tv. Better get out my phone.” It’s 2014. Get with it.

  • djblack1313

    i worship the original CARRIE and it’s one of my all time faves. that being said, the remake was ok. not great but ok. Julianne Moore actually stole the show. no one can outdo Piper’s scary as fuck performance but the understated way Julianne played the role was great. Judy Greer as gym teacher Ms. Desjarden was also good. Chloe (who i like) was very inconsistent IMO.

    the prom attack sequence was pretty decent but the BEST part (and i have to say it’s fucking awesome) was Chris, Billy, muscle car and Carrie’s final showdown! that part is worth you tubing or watching.

    what’s funny is during production the filmmakers said this is NOT a direct remake of DePalma’s amazing film but a retelling (or whatever) of the book, yet this movie is most definitely just a remake of DePalma’s film. even this alt ending redoes the original’s ending right up to where Sue’s mom is cradling/comforting her daughter. the scene would have been ok if Carrie’s arm wasn’t exploding out of Sue’s vagina. lol.

  • Evil_Flip

    wow, that was terrible.

  • RubenVeritas

    This ending was stupid as hell. I prefer the theatrical shitty one over this one honestly. Really Carrie’s arm pops out of her Vagina?


    I was wondering how quickly it would leak… picked this up yesterday on blu and I really like the remake. just as much as the original in fact. and I’m really surprised by some of the comments here. The alternate ending was a throwback to the original’s ending and I guess that’s why they threw it out (though this was nearly a scene-by-scene remake), but compared to the gravestone cracking it’s a godsend

  • jaxx367

    It’s alot better than the Crap theatrical ending we got. I would have definetly preferred this instead. Still great movie though. Loved Chloe!!!

  • Evan3

    Looks like Fox took this down before I could watch it. Anyone care to describe what happened? I definitely am not adding this film to my movie collection, so this is my best chance to “see” the alternate ending.

  • Jimvanhise

    This is the third time Carrie has been made into a film (the second time was a TV movie about 10 years ago) and this is indeed the most disappointing. Brian DePalma didn’t have the budget in 1976 to go all the way but this time I thought, “Hey, now they can finally do the third act of the book, for the first time!” But no, this is just a remake of the Brian DePalma film, so much so that DePalma’s screenwriter gets co-credit on this film. The actual finale of King’s book happens after the senior prom slaughter. Carrie goes home and when her mother tries to kill her, Carrie stops her mother’s heart (this film uses the same knife-kill death as the DePalma film) and then, with Carrie truly having lost her mind, she goes on a rampage and begins destroying not just a gas station, but most of the town! Finally the National Guard comes in and stops her, and as she lays dying, she’s found by Sue Snell, the only person who ever stood up for Carrie and Sue feels Carrie dying in her mind in a very touching scene. BUT NOT IN THIS MOVIE. What an unimaginative remake. The end of the book is not a school board meeting but a Congressional investigation into what Carrie White was and whether this could happen again. MISSED OPPORTUNITIES. Did the director of this version of Carrie even read the book!? It’s not a long one. One of King’s shortest novels. Perfect for a film — some day.

    • Evan3

      @Jimvanhise Are you saying the DePalma version is NOT near perfect? I thought he pretty much nailed it.