Bingo Hell Ending Explained (Spoilers)

Bingo Hell Ending Explained (Spoilers)

Horrorific content by all-horror on March 18th, 2022 | Spoiler | Slasher, Comedy, Supernatural, Satanic

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In the Barrio of Oak Springs live a strong and stubborn group of elderly friends who refuse to be gentrified. Their leader, Lupita, keeps them together as a community, a family. But little did they know, their beloved Bingo hall is about to be sold to a much more powerful force than money itself.

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A man named Mario returns to his home just after selling his bingo hall. He dazedly dances with classical Italian music playing on vinyl. He talks about the sale to himself and a picture of his dead wife, Patricia. Finally, he says that he can make good on his promise to leave "this place." He places a suitcase full of money on the table and begins to eat a serving tray full of bingo balls greedily. He chokes to death as an ominous voice coaxes him on.

One morning, Lupita, an older woman, walks around Oak Springs and meets up with her friend Clancy (who owns an auto repair shop).

Lupita then sees her hairdresser, Yolanda, whose electricity is fixed by Morris.

Meanwhile, Dolores is angered by her daughter-in-law Raquel for not giving her delinquent grandson proper discipline, as he breaks into cars and gets off scot-free with anything he wants. She is also upset that her daughter-in-law is being irresponsible around the house and not doing her part after she moved in since the death of her husband.

Dolores meets up with Lupita at Yolanda's. They discuss Caleb, and Lupita brings up the similarities with Dolores's son, who has passed away, and takes the issue to it. Lupita apologizes after an awkward silence, and Dolores begrudgingly accepts before Lupita leaves.

Lupita goes to the local bingo hall for a game, but they stop after learning that Mario hasn't paid his electric bills.

The next day, Lupita and her friends find flyers around the town advertising that the bingo hall has been placed under new management. Lupita, Yolanda, Clancy, Morris, and Dolores decide to look but discover that the bingo hall is now a casino. Inside, Dolores spots Raquel, who wins ten thousand dollars from the owner, Mr. Big.

Raquel leaves Caleb and Dolores with her earnings. Raquel begins to rip off the straps of a dress at a motel. Mr. Big stands behind her and makes her hallucinate, taking off a dress as, in reality, she rips off her flesh with her fingernails. Lupita breaks Mario's house and finds his corpse, realizing it was a hallucination.

They return to the bingo hall, and Clarence wins one hundred thousand dollars this time. That night, Clancy parties next to his car, drinking what he thinks is a beer bottle but is motor oil. Finally, he sticks his arm into the car motor, shredding it and killing him as the shadow of Mr. Big looms inside his car.

Lupita finds the corpse of Clarence and witnesses Morris and Mr. Big had a conversation until Mr. Big stamps Morris' hand, which begins disintegrating. Then, realizing that Mr. Big has drawn all of Oak Springs to the bingo hall, Lupita heads there with Eric and her shotgun. Caleb blames the bingo hall for his mother's disappearance and attempts to break in, but Eric catches him and pursues him inside. Mr. Big finds him and makes Eric stab himself with a syringe full of poison in the neck and then executes him with a stomp to his skull.

As Lupita tries to convince the residents to leave, Mr. Big begins smashing her head against a podium until Caleb intervenes and shoots him in the back. After Lupita breaks the TV, the residents of Oak Springs brutally beat Mr. Big until Lupita crashes the butt of her shotgun into his head, cracking it open. Finally, Caleb burns the money, and they escape, leaving Mr. Big to burn.

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