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Does Blumhouse Horror Film Night Swim Have a Post Credit Scene?

Night Swim is in theaters now, and you should definitely jump in! But should you stick around after the credits roll?

By Tara Bennett
Gavin Warren as Elliot Waller in Night Swim, directed by Bryce McGuire.

Staking its claim as the first new horror film release of 2024 is Universal Picture's Night Swim. It's an original story from the mind of first-time-feature director Bryce McGuire. Starring Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon, Night Swim has the stellar pedigree of being produced by the newly merged horror powerhouse that is James Wan's Atomic Monster and Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions.

With the movie now open wide (Get tickets now!), we look to answer the question that plagues us all with every new genre movie: Is there a post-credit scene?

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Does Night Swim have a post-credit scene?

No. Once the watery horror film turns black after the final frame, that's the end of the story. There is no additional scene or surprise hidden in the credits.

What is Night Swim about?

An original story from writer/director McGuire, Night Swim is both a chilling horror film about a possessed suburban swimming pool and a character study about the Waller family dealing with sudden change, loss, and depression.

When pro baseball player Ray Waller (Russell) is forced to retire due to a medical condition, he and his wife, Eve (Condon), put down roots for their family in a new home with a pool. The hope is that he can do some aqua therapy in the pool, but what they don't know is that the house has a dark history involving that very pool and its previous owners. Each family member will have their own disturbing moment with the pool, before Ray discovers the healing properties of the water. Will what it restores in him be worth the ultimate price?

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How to watch Night Swim

Night Swim is exclusively in theaters (tickets available at Fandango) as of Friday, January 5. 

It's always fun to go into any film as pure as possible, but if you'd like some insight into how Night Swim evolved into a theatrical film, you can watch director Bryce McGuire's short film of the same name above. The four-minute piece was McGuire's proof of concept to show studios that a pool, a lone swimmer, moody lighting, and cat can make the mundane extremely chilling (and worth a big screen budget). 

Dive into the terrors of Night Swim starting January 5, exclusively in theaters. Get tickets now!