New on Viewster: Horrible Endings Turned Hilarious

Sometimes movies don’t finish the way we’d like. That’s when we turn to How It Should Have Ended — a place for animated parody alternate endings to major motion pictures. The guys at HISHE recently launched their brand new channel here on Viewster, presenting the most baffling plot holes, lapses in logic and atrocious endings of Hollywood.

Here’s our favorite episodes – hit the titles or images to start watching:


How Godzilla Should Have Ended

Let them fight! Godzilla, the original Alpha Predator, somehow manages to both destroy San Francisco, but also save it, and yeah … Superman’s still jelly.




How to Train Your Dragon 2: How It Should Have Ended

Also didn’t like the sad, sappy original ending of How To Train Your Dragon 2? HISHE have given it a second life in this alternative ending where Hiccup, Night Fury, and that enormous Alpha all get a second chance at happiness!

How To Train Your Dragon 2



How Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Should Have Ended

Turtle, meet spider. After the turtles are served with a “Bat Subpoena” to stop the evil Shredder, they discover they are not the only ones tasked with stopping a countdown clock before it releases a deadly toxin cloud over NYC.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles



How The Battle Of The Five Armies Should Have Ended

The hilarious, mega multiple ending HISHE for The Hobbit 3 where Legolas gets his own theme song, Smaug lives, and Gandolf, well, he’s pretty much always just Gandolf.

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies



How The LEGO Movie Should Have Ended

Superman doesn’t seem to agree that “Everything is Awesome!” as he reflects on the plot failure of the original LEGO movie. Batman, meanwhile, enjoys his coffee, and reflects on Superman’s insecurities.

The LEGO Movie



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