VELVET BUZZSAW (2019) Ending Explained


#velvetbuzzsaw #endingexplained #netflix
Enter the high stakes and high dollar world of modern art in the horror comedy VELVET BUZZSAW, where it appears that newly discovered pieces of art of connected or possibly responsible for an increasing string of mysterious murders. Featuring an all star cast led by Jake Gyllenhaal, Toni Collete, Rene Russo and John Malkovich this hilarious and gruesome satire leaves us with many questions in the end. Learn all about the film's true meaning, the strange killer paintings, the artist behind them, and explaining the quite open ending.
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  • sushant baweja

    sushant baweja

    5 hours ago

    This is a nice way to watch some movies. Thanks

  • Litty committee

    Litty committee

    12 hours ago

    Just use a fucking crayon or something

  • AManFrom Porlock

    AManFrom Porlock

    20 hours ago

    Below are my thoughts of each death and why they died the way they did. I'm reading too much into it, but fuck it, I dont care. Bryson: He wasn't really greedy. He was more of a pretender. Someone who kept trying to be something he wasn't. He could have been an artist if he had rejected the greedy world of high profile art deals, and though he wasnt directly involved that world, he supposedly was an artist. He claimed to be an artist, but really he sold out. He supported an industry that didn't respect art. I dont really have much for him since we didnt get to known him that well. DonDon: he was Radona's prior employee who didnt respect art or the innocence of it. He choked the life out of it, and its artist by always looking to exploit an artist for sales, which his hanging and literal choking reflects. What's her face (the blonde lady who because an art advisor. Dont remember her name): she never really appreciated art I dont think, unlike Radora and Jake Gyllenhaal's character. Something about the expression "giving an arm and a leg". I kind of lost interest in explaining each death now. The movie wasnt that great, but hell, I'm committed to finish. British chick: she insulted collective art group guy making some reference to graffiti. Graffiti consumed her and made her part of itself. Jake Gyllenhall: he crushed artists with his reviews. A piece of art he panned crushed his neck. Radora (spelling?): she was targeted after seeing the Dease art because she thought the art, namely the status of and money from, defined her and the art itself. To her, art was something to own, buy, or sell. It was property. Though she gave up the art in the end out of fear, its indicates her new rejection of "owning" art, of how she sheds her notion of using art for status. However, she forgot the piece of art she still had on her, the tattoo of the "velvet buzzsaw". The tattoo representing her former self was also something she used to define her character. To Radora, art wasn't something to be enjoyed for enjoyment's sake or for the sake of self expression, it was something she exploited as a tool to give herself status and money. It was to be owned. You could also draw the conclusion that she died because she had shed her true artist self for the sake of money and in the end it was the symbol of her former self that killed her. It should also be noted that in the end her last moments mirrored the Dease painting she had in her bedroom minutes earlier. This mirroring is unique as it doesnt occur anywhere else in the film. Dont know what it means. (Please provide your thoughts. Love to compare) The people who didnt die after seeing Dease were either artist who were artist because they loved their craft or because they didnt care about the money. Look I know I kind of gave up somewhere in there, but you get the picture. Tell me your thoughts.

  • Chimble, Master of Chimney

    Chimble, Master of Chimney

    Day ago

    I get the feeling that Dees' first name was John.

  • Trash Compactor Senpai

    Trash Compactor Senpai

    Day ago

    I thought Hoboman was Conan

  • Billy Maniatis

    Billy Maniatis

    Day ago

    This is definitely not what the title says... It’s not even an explanation. It’s more like a superficial walkthrough of the movie. If anyone learned or realized something about the movie through this please tell me. *takes off critique glasses*

  • Marinus van Zyl

    Marinus van Zyl

    Day ago

    19:40. #ItWasntTheCatsFault? :P

  • Caelen Dunne

    Caelen Dunne

    Day ago

    This channel actually sucks. He just gives a long ass review of the whole movie and tosses in some opinions that don’t really mean much. He doesn’t explain anything. I get fooled and watch one of these stupid things once every 6 months. Please let this be the last time

  • Maria Manuela Delgado

    Maria Manuela Delgado

    2 days ago

    hobo man is just teddy perkins

  • Dennis Menace

    Dennis Menace

    2 days ago

    liked it and there's defo enough left for sequel

  • Tj Edwards

    Tj Edwards

    2 days ago

    The supers is wavyyy give it a look

  • Aleck Ramon

    Aleck Ramon

    2 days ago

    Brings another meaning to greed is the root of all evil. Watch out guys George Washington might slit your throat next time you go to mcdoalds.

  • Claire Pettie

    Claire Pettie

    3 days ago

    I think Dan Gilroy must have been stuck on a flight to Europe and watched the contemporary art documentary "The Price of Everything" on the plane like I did. The mirrored sphere could be a take on Jeff Koons' "Gazing Ball" series featured in the doc, just as Russo's character could be based on Amy Cappellazzo, who also made her name in the non-art town of Miami and sold her soul. I wonder if the mystery artist was inspired by Larry Poons? PS @13:20 Did Jake Gyllenhaal just turn into Nicolas Cage?

  • Ashwini Rabidas

    Ashwini Rabidas

    3 days ago

    Coco played a very important role of discovering dead bodies and screaming at them.

  • Oledi Céka.

    Oledi Céka.

    4 days ago

    I believe this movie's main message is that art is a subjective matter

  • NettechZelkova


    4 days ago

    Dee’s Nuts 🥜

  • Saa T.V.

    Saa T.V.

    4 days ago

    Dease....dease nuts.....

  • Rosemary Williams

    Rosemary Williams

    4 days ago

    To Kill This Dumb dumb LOL



    4 days ago

    12:12 I don’t get the reference and I am scared

  • Pheonix1328


    4 days ago

    My favourite part of this movie was seeing Jake Gyllenhaal naked :P

  • Stella Kumwenda

    Stella Kumwenda

    4 days ago

    I love your ginger cat... He's like, "FFS, here we go again."

  • pnlbuck


    4 days ago

    everytime i see Jake, I think of malibus most wanted

  • Dan Brian

    Dan Brian

    4 days ago

    thats not a good explanation

  • mr clean

    mr clean

    4 days ago

    noo not my CAT

  • Martin Nørregaard

    Martin Nørregaard

    4 days ago

    I don't get why you call your videos "Ending explained" when basically all you do in every single video you do is go through the entire movie step by step. It's not even a resume let alone an ending explained.

  • mattsawesome01


    4 days ago

    LMAO 6:37 - 6:54

  • Vall Ey

    Vall Ey

    4 days ago

    I didn't see you explain anything about what this movie want to say, just recap the whole story, then talking about why somebody didn't die on it, and don't follow a random cat.

  • Kellan Larson

    Kellan Larson

    4 days ago

    So basically a movie explaining why plagiarism is extremely disrespectful and a terrible thing to do

  • Warbound Cerberus

    Warbound Cerberus

    4 days ago

    Cute chubby cat

  • * FlowerChild *

    * FlowerChild *

    5 days ago

    I’m surprised I don’t see a “Dease nuts” joke yet

  • Ldelphoto


    5 days ago

    Loved the tone of this episode! Great laughs and a great synopsis of the movie! 10 outta 10!

  • Lost Pawn

    Lost Pawn

    6 days ago

    Coco was only casted to scream! Lol

  • Kim Taehyung

    Kim Taehyung

    6 days ago

    Your cat is so cute!

  • ClouDz - Gota and More

    ClouDz - Gota and More

    6 days ago

    i just finished it and the first place i came was here. Keep up the good work i subbed since your Krampus video i think 1-2 years ago.

  • JeremyFreakenHiguera


    6 days ago

    That's a big boy

  • Questchaun


    6 days ago

    Honestly couldn't sit through this. Edit: not this vid. The movie.

  • reeseslightning11


    6 days ago

    Watching this high was especially mind bending.

  • sidharth cs

    sidharth cs

    6 days ago

    THICC cat

  • Eduard Barnoviciu

    Eduard Barnoviciu

    6 days ago

    Thanks for retelling the entire movie. Nice "explanation"

  • James Somogyi

    James Somogyi

    6 days ago

    Got to say I was very disappointed with velvet buzz saw. The trailer was a flat out lie really made it look like you was gonna watch a suspenseful thriller just for it to feel like a cheap tv show. I wasn't afraid once and everything was predictable and this was embarrassing for me since I got a bunch of friends to watch it and everyone just kept saying how this was a waste of time. Fantastic trailer but a terrible predictable film. Having said that I liked Jakes character it was acted well.

  • MollyJS shumpert

    MollyJS shumpert

    6 days ago

    Make another series of you playing a game

  • LYIA


    6 days ago

    This movie was a masterpiece....combining my two favorite things art and horror....loved the ending people forget tattoos are a form of art

  • Hailey Simmons

    Hailey Simmons

    6 days ago

    Netflix is a content behemoth. That's a perfect way of putting it...

  • Monique Ford

    Monique Ford

    7 days ago

    Explain American Mary pleaaaase

  • Pedro Garcia

    Pedro Garcia

    7 days ago

    2:44 ah sadly or surprisingly pleasant the art market is a billion dollar industry. Get your art on yall-- capitalisticly speaking as a rule of thumb I keep to Dr. Maya Angelou's saying: "all knowledge is spendable currecy depending on the market, know everything" and so personalizing every business interaction so as to not depend heavyly on moral behavior. If I know my worth I can set the price to what I do ,if I know what others may pay i can adjust to that measure and so on and so forth.

  • sherbet_lemon


    7 days ago

    your cat is thicccccc

  • sherbet_lemon


    7 days ago

    "just use a fucken crayon, or something" hahaha lol

  • Emilio Martinez

    Emilio Martinez

    7 days ago

    I was just waiting for him to bring up the Deez nuts memes. So happy he didn’t.

  • itzzz samuel

    itzzz samuel

    7 days ago

    Oh, I know why it was called velvet buzzsaw! It was because at the end the busses tattoo killed her and her blood was kind of velvet

  • bloodrunsclear


    7 days ago

    An elite group of backstabbing profit-driven pretentious snobs claiming to represent art but actually catering only to their own echo chamber? I'm not sure this is a critique of the 'art world' so much as Hollywood XD

  • ChubbyBallz


    7 days ago

    When he said “exactly” it meant he liked that specific piece smh

  • Jessica S

    Jessica S

    7 days ago

    The whole credit scene I was on the edge of my seat afraid that John Malkovich was going to be swallowed up by the sand.

  • QuiqueNet


    7 days ago

    Crappy movie. And even worse trailer

  • bunny


    7 days ago

    Why is every ‘ending explained’ video just someone going through the WHOLE movie scene by scene describing what happens as if we haven’t watched it... just talk about the ending? 🙈

  • Lois Pasion

    Lois Pasion

    7 days ago

    Yeah, respect the cats lol

  • Lois Pasion

    Lois Pasion

    7 days ago

    This sounds a bit like guertena's gallery.... Ib, anyone?

  • Veronika Alcoba

    Veronika Alcoba

    7 days ago

    I just found it so funny Coco witnessed almost all the deaths :L She was so fed up by the end 😂

  • Abby R

    Abby R

    3 days ago

    Veronika Alcoba I laughed so hard at the end when she found the third body. She just screamed “third one” or something similar like she was so done with everyone

  • X-RYA


    7 days ago

    People are talking about josephina being flat and emotionless or whatever, but i didnt pick up on that

  • Testosterooster


    7 days ago

    The actors did very good but the story didn't really go anywhere.

  • PsychoKitty860


    7 days ago

    Poor Coco...

  • Hapad Yamatt

    Hapad Yamatt

    7 days ago

    The paintings seemed to affect artists differently than the people trying to sell the paintings. The artists saw the paintings move and were captivated by the emotion behind the art. The vendors saw nothing until they were killed.

  • mizscoleman


    7 days ago

    You have real talent and skill. And you are truely a movie lover. I hope you find great success now and into the future.

  • Bred Bred

    Bred Bred

    8 days ago

    *DEISE NUTS* sorry I had to...

  • Shannon Gaskin

    Shannon Gaskin

    8 days ago

    8:31 i love the way he said dum dum lol

  • sora crys

    sora crys

    8 days ago

    Don’t follow cat just shove in camera

  • Nina Linneboe

    Nina Linneboe

    8 days ago

    Really love your channel. Would you do a tv show? I'm just curious about Ghost Wars. So confusing. Keep up the good work!

  • Katia The Cake-Loving Cat

    Katia The Cake-Loving Cat

    8 days ago

    *WARNING VERY LONG* (i took my adhd meds for once) I disagree with the last bit about the cats. While Josephina following her cat is what started everything, I feel like the whole thing was more a test, to see if she would realize the fault of her work and change, or remain the same. She didn't change and that is what killed her. The reason Rhodora died after following her cat is because she only got rid of the stuff at her house. I think if she would have made a call then and there to stop everything (stop selling, get others to stop selling) it she would have been safe. But she didn't, and the fact that she just got rid of the paintings in her home shows that she hadn't really changed at all, and she only intended to protect herself, not change her actions. The theme I get from this movie is that all the people who died only changed their actions regarding Dease's painting, not their actions and opinions toward all art. They never really changed unlike Damrish, who returned to his underground exihbits or, more symbolically, returned to the true meaning of art. Morf also didn't really learn as he, like Rhodora, only tried to stop the selling because of the danger. Even though he did it to protect others, and not just himself, he didn't really change when it came to the core purpose of high-brow art, to make money. His bad reviews not only ruined careers, but probably also stripped the artist of their ability (due to lack of income) or even their motivation to create art. While their biggest sin was and obsession with money, it was also the fact that in their pursuit of it they buried true art, that held meaning and emotion, that was made to inspired and express under pieces made for profit only. I think the reason Dease's painting were so compelling was because he literally put himself into them (I mean his spirit is actually attached to his paintings, and they contain his blood so...) as all art should. My opinion is that all art made with passion and and hard work. Whether the work is physically difficult (requiring skill or just takes a long time) or emotionally difficult (artist has to fight for motivation due to illness/lack of inspiration or just pours their heart and soul into it), the piece takes that emotion and expresses it. It's why those little plaques in museums are so important, or why art someone you know makes can be so much more important that that Picasso. The people who died didn't just not see it themselves, they also actively disabled other from seeing it. Hoboman is a piece made to tell a story, but because it is similar to something someone else made, Morf says it's a bad piece. The story and meaning in him is buried and doomed to be forgotten. In their pursuit of money are burying and forcing artists to strip meaning from their work in order to sell and survive, and overall erasing the real purpose of art. The ones who realize this and change survive and are better for it. The ones who don't and continue with their old ways or only change to save themselves but don't actually learn, die. I don't think Dease's spirit is actively working toward this goal, but I think the sheer amount of emotion in his work (his blood, his illness, his abuse) and maybe some frustration from the high-brow world (he clearly didn't show his art, and it could have been due to inability to climb the status ladder) manifested into a new purpose for his work. The paintings became a tool to reshape the art world, and restore the real meaning of art, while at the same time purging of the people who corrupt in for money. tl;dr the keep following kitties but be ready to learn from what they show you and remember that while money is important to survive, it should never become more important than other people, how they feel, and how you feel. Keep in touch with your emotions, be aware of others' , and you won't be murdered by haunted art.

  • Emme Hall

    Emme Hall

    8 days ago

    This movie had SO MUCH potential

  • SandyTheMaster


    8 days ago

    Another great example of not following cats: Alien

  • cockatoos are just present mic’s fursonas

    cockatoos are just present mic’s fursonas

    8 days ago

    begone *thotafina*

  • Harris Ford

    Harris Ford

    8 days ago

    GGGGeeettt that $$$$$



    8 days ago

    What a ad...I love hoboman...



    8 days ago

    And I did mean to say ad

  • Janka Merwe

    Janka Merwe

    8 days ago

    actual explanation only starts at 17:32

  • Salomé Córdoba

    Salomé Córdoba

    8 days ago

    I would've loved to see more horror aspects in this film

  • Dan Penaranda

    Dan Penaranda

    8 days ago

    I can't with this movie. I watched it expecting real blood action or something??? but nada. it ONLY GOT INTENSE in the last 13 minutes (minus the credits) The movie is pretty but not that engaging. I'm so sorry I feel so mean writing this.

  • Kyla wilson

    Kyla wilson

    8 days ago

    So, I recommended this movie earlier, but I’ll do it again. Please watch “They’re Watching” (2016) found footage film, based in Moldova, and has creepy villagers. I really can’t give more away without spoiling the movie besides it being cleverly written, you actually like the characters, and it’s a movie to not take seriously. I usually am disappointed in most found footage films, but I loved this one for its cleverness. Please please review or just watch it!

  • Cool Goby Fish

    Cool Goby Fish

    8 days ago

    I was dissapointed with this film. The have a great set up, but went nowhere with it. No explanation or any kind of real point. People just killed by "art" and that's it. also, why was John Malcovic there? his character is completely pointless

  • Hello There

    Hello There

    8 days ago

    The cat. It’s so, so, fat.

  • Hunter Hoehn

    Hunter Hoehn

    8 days ago

    I honestly didn't enjoy this film

  • stephen koneczny

    stephen koneczny

    8 days ago

    Cats are known in ancient Egypt to keep spirits away, or act as guardians against the dead. Cats can be trusted you just have to realize whether to listen or observe them.

  • Mariella Story

    Mariella Story

    8 days ago

    Yasss Phantasm shout out. Only you understand me

  • Rhyan Westhassel

    Rhyan Westhassel

    8 days ago

    Wow that is a fat cat! I love it!

  • Jun Moreno

    Jun Moreno

    9 days ago

    When I think high art I think Fountain by Duchamp.

  • LunaRising


    9 days ago

    I remember when you got notifications. I rang the bell, not notified, thanks youtube

  • Daddy Paul

    Daddy Paul

    9 days ago

    velvet buzzfeed

  • Ice Bank Mice Elf

    Ice Bank Mice Elf

    9 days ago

    Cmon we arent gonna credit Daveed Diggs? Wheres the Hamilton love at???

  • Freddy Dominguez

    Freddy Dominguez

    9 days ago


  • Hope Humphrey

    Hope Humphrey

    9 days ago

    I know it's a tv show but can you explain the ending of Russian doll?

  • Jakub pogubila

    Jakub pogubila

    9 days ago

    hi,i can’t find anywhere 2001 a space odyssey like a good explained video and i like how you do it so if you have time that would be great thanks if ya

  • Who am I?

    Who am I?

    9 days ago

    Can you do The Prodigy pls

  • Oh Hia

    Oh Hia

    9 days ago

    I watch foundflix, get myself a bit freaked out. Then promise not to watch em’ and do this to myself again..... yet here I am..

  • Bobby Connor

    Bobby Connor

    9 days ago

    Do a review on Tank Girl

  • Beagan And Eggs

    Beagan And Eggs

    9 days ago

    Daveed Diggs!!!!

  • Theron Gibson

    Theron Gibson

    9 days ago

    Can you do 2012 supernova ending explained

  • trashpitt


    9 days ago

    hey does your cat need a body guard i would take a fucking bullet for that sweet heckin angel also ur show honestly saves my sanity and is exactly what ive been searching for thank you for the explanations oh my lordy!

  • Free Bleach

    Free Bleach

    9 days ago

    Please do one for “Await further instruction” I’m so confused

  • Madame dyosa

    Madame dyosa

    9 days ago

    The movie is really good

  • Catrine O'Leary

    Catrine O'Leary

    9 days ago

    Velvet Buzzsaw FuII Movie :

  • Damn Daniel

    Damn Daniel

    9 days ago

    has foundflix ever said what the scariest movie he has seen was?

  • Miguel Angel Rodriguez

    Miguel Angel Rodriguez

    9 days ago

    Am I the only one who was bothered by John Malkovich?? Why was his character in the movie at all?? He added nothing to the film other than being irritated by everything

  • Oledi Céka.

    Oledi Céka.

    4 days ago

    He represented the artist that started his carreer out of passion and that ran out of it by the time we met him in the movie. He was just producing whatever for the paycheck. He then, through seeing Dease's art, remembered what passionately painting was like. You see him drawing on sand at the end of the movie for his sole pleasure, he reconnected with his long gone passion and was producing temporary art for himself. Not for money and recognition. He represents what Damrish would have been like in the future if he didnt get out of the "elite art industry" like he did: an uncreative sucked out souless money machine.

  • Cool Goby Fish

    Cool Goby Fish

    8 days ago

    there was my question as well. why was he there? i felt just wanted to put him a movie and never bothered to write him in

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