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spoiler websitesFinding out how a movie ends even before you plan your Friday night out is hardly what fun sounds like. But movie spoilers do serve a purpose.

Spoilers are anything that kills the suspense and tension of a movie climax. It could be anything from a blabbering friend who saw the movie first, or the film critic who wrote about it without a spoiler warning.

Spoilers are important sometimes because you might want to make an informed decision on the movie. For instance, I hate tear-jerkers especially the ones where the protagonist dies in the end. Forewarned with the help of a spoiler, I can save myself the cost of a ticket and popcorn.


Spoilers also help sometimes when you have missed out on some tiny detail in a movie. How many of you caught the entry of Nick Fury after the end credits of Iron Man?

So, here are ten spoiler websites that take you on the straight road through the twists and turns of a movie plot.

The Movie Spoiler

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The site’s slogan is – Because it ain’t always the damn butler who did it. The website has an index of about 1,000 movies and their endings. It is one of the best spoiler websites if you are hunting for spoilers, because it does a good job of revealing all on the latest films that come to a theatre near you. Most of the movies have the plot detailed out. You can also contribute your own and have a crack at winning the reward the website promises to gift.

Moviepooper

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Moviepooper gives seven reasons on exactly why I am writing this post. The site is from the guy who brings us the first one. For recent spoilers, you can check out the link in the top frame which says “˜In Theaters Now’. The site originally started as a personal list of movie plots and has ended up listing 4,000+ movie endings (and counting). Most of the movie pages have a YouTube trailer and an IMDB.com link for a second look.

Movie Stinger

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Movie Stinger has the look and feel of a Web 2.0 movie site. The web service is all about informing the public about extra scenes during and after the credits of films and video games. It is not exactly a spoiler website because it limits itself to a quick view of whether or not a movie has an extra scene at the tail (without spoiling the ending for them).

Browsing through Movie Stinger, you can also find out the names of songs that play during credits. The site also has a list of movies with alternate endings.

Spoiler TV

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Spoiler TV is a spoiler web service that covers all the major US TV shows, and movies. Plus you can catch teaser posters and celebrity gossip on the site. The TV shows are covered by network.

There’s also a forum where you can get a heads-up on your favorite movie or TV show.

Spollywood

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Spollywood helps you to destroy a movie for friends by sharing a one line spoiler with them via Facebook. It’s just a simple fun site with about 400+ one line spoilers.

SpoilerFix

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SpoilerFix caters to a few selected TV Shows like 90210, Chuck, Bones, and Desperate Housewives. The site reveals brief plotlines for upcoming episodes of various TV series but leaves enough so that you can enjoy the twists and turns when the episode finally airs.

Ain’t It Cool News

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This is a fresh site with a nice informal take on movies, television, and comic news. You also get reviews, chats, and a forum. This is again not a specialized spoiler website, but it’s a nice place to catch reviews written in an engaging manner. The forum in fact has an official anti-spoiler policy that discourages members from revealing an awaited movie’s ending. Well, it did prevent me from taking in the premiere show of Robin Hood.

IMDB

You might visit a lot of film and movie sites, but you have to come and roost here. It’s not only a great resource for what’s been shown but also for what’s coming. Check out the Summer Movie Guide by month and genre. Future releases come with a Spoiler alert. While they won’t reveal the entire plot directly (thank God!), sometimes clues are let out. That’s why you will see a lot of Spoiler Warnings strewn about in the Plot Summary and Plot Synopsis pages.

Wikipedia

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Wikipedia sometimes goes into so much detail with data like Plot, Cast, Screenplay, and External References (especially this), that finding out how a movie will turn out is not a difficult hob. For serious movie buffs, Wikipedia is a treasure of trivia.

100 Movie Spoilers in 5 Minutes

If you were expecting a 10th spoiler website, here’s the spoiler – there isn’t. Instead you have this funny embed that practically kills off your entire movie watching for life in five minutes flat. Enjoy! And let us know your likes and dislikes on spoilers.

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  1. Saikat Basu
    August 7, 2010 at 9:44 am

    Both your points are absolutely valid. That's why I generally try to catch the movies on weekdays on the earliest show on weekends.

  2. yuregininsesi
    August 7, 2010 at 8:38 am

    It's a good idea these days, firstly to avoid the crowd that jams the aisles and the parking lot. Also, these days films have got a lot more innovative with their endings.

  3. Alex
    July 20, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    Its not a good feeling to know that a move sucks after buying the ticket.
    it was a coverup

  4. Alex
    July 20, 2010 at 2:19 pm

    Its not a good feeling to know that a move sucks after buying the ticket.
    it was a coverup

  5. d.g.
    July 20, 2010 at 9:26 am

    On the opposite end of the scale, if you wish to avoid upsetting people with spoilers when discussing a film, show, etc, then a nice extra step for safety is to use http://spoilertext.com . Its a very basic an simple way to link to text snippets on the web, but as you can see, if you click a link with "spoilertext" in the url that is embedded in a discussion about a movie, you have been fairly warned.

  6. d.g.
    July 20, 2010 at 7:26 am

    On the opposite end of the scale, if you wish to avoid upsetting people with spoilers when discussing a film, show, etc, then a nice extra step for safety is to use http://spoilertext.com . Its a very basic an simple way to link to text snippets on the web, but as you can see, if you click a link with "spoilertext" in the url that is embedded in a discussion about a movie, you have been fairly warned.

  7. Elisabeth Podair
    July 16, 2010 at 1:47 am

    I am usually that person ruining it for everyone else glad these websites can do it for me for once.

  8. Saikat Basu
    July 15, 2010 at 9:05 pm

    Could it be any worse than The Bounty Hunter?

  9. Matrix Business
    July 15, 2010 at 6:28 pm

    Wikipedia will do the job

  10. B.C. Cakes
    July 15, 2010 at 7:17 pm

    ruinedendings.com is a good ending-spoiler site

  11. B.C. Cakes
    July 15, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    ruinedendings.com is a good ending-spoiler site

    • Saikat Basu
      July 15, 2010 at 7:03 pm

      Thanks for the link...but the ads on the page were a bit of turn off for me.

  12. Aibek
    July 15, 2010 at 1:42 pm

    I wish someone did it for me when I watch the Avatar: The Last Airbender (Movie). I was waiting for that movie for two years after the Nickelodeon cartoon was over. That was the worst movie I ever watched in theater.

    • Saikat Basu
      July 15, 2010 at 7:05 pm

      Could it be any worse than The Bounty Hunter?

  13. Axel482
    July 15, 2010 at 2:35 am

    I had no idea about the scene at the end of Iron Man. I stopped reading this and went straight to Youtube XD

    • Franny Zupancic
      July 15, 2010 at 3:40 am

      I'm one of the few who usually stay through the credits... I don't understand why so many people are always in such a rush.

  14. Franny Zupancic
    July 15, 2010 at 1:47 am

    I would love to go to a theater on opening day and shout out the ending to a hyped movie in the lobby.

    I have an absolutely devious mind.

  15. Franny Zupancic
    July 14, 2010 at 11:47 pm

    I would love to go to a theater on opening day and shout out the ending to a hyped movie in the lobby.

    I have an absolutely devious mind.

    • Saikat Basu
      July 15, 2010 at 3:03 am

      People do that here in my country as they came out after the show. They shout it out or show the thumbs up or down, to the queue waiting outside.

      • Franny Zupancic
        July 15, 2010 at 3:39 am

        That would suck if it was a good movie.. but if the movie was bad, It'd be nice to know before buying the ticket! haha

        • Saikat Basu
          July 15, 2010 at 7:08 pm

          Oh yes! There have been a couple of times when I did a rethink just because of the exiting crowd reaction. As a general practice though, I have stopped catching the first day first shows. And I also read the reviews before I enter the hall. Reading the reviews is bit of a spoiler, but it's better to be safe than sorry.

  16. Keith
    July 14, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    I miss the spoiler warnings on Wikipedia. The place is a spoiler deathtrap even when you're just looking for general information about a show or movie. You have to avoid the whole article in many cases just to be safe.

  17. DarkUFO
    July 14, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Thanks for including our site, SpoilerTV. Appreciate the shout out.

  18. Richard A. Lewis
    July 14, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    I'd rather have it be one of these sites then a friend you can never forgive...

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