If you’re actively trying to solve the Framed.wtf movie of the day for Monday, April 18, 2022 and want some hints, you’re in the right place. I recently discovered the game (inspired, of course, by Worlde, hurdle, and a number of other spin-offs), and, as a certified film dork, I’ve fallen in love quickly. Every day, the game challenges you to guess the name of a movie, with five images (five stills, or five frames, as the title implies). You get five chances to win, so, take your time, consider all the elements in the image (think about the specific objects, characters, or props in the frame, colors, and even lighting!), and make your best guesses. Then share your results, so everyone can see what a film buff you are!
To help you solve this particular one we’ve thrown together some hints to push you in the right direction. If you’d rather skip straight to the answer, we have that too! Just scroll down the page past the big spoiler warning image!
As we just explained, we’re going to give some hints before sharing the answer. If you just want said answer, scroll to the bottom. It’s right there in bold text below the aforementioned “SPOILER WARNING.” For those of you who just want a tiny nudge in the right direction, the next section includes both some easy hints followed by some more specific clues. The latter should all but tell you what the word is.
Today’s Framed.wtf Hints of the Day: #38
In this section, we try to keep things vague and only point you in the right direction. More specific hints are included just after that — finally followed by the full solution. Figured we’d just warn you one last time!
These first hints will steer you in a general direction without giving too much away!
This is a fairly recent movie (from the last five years).
It’s a horror film.
The director has matching initials.
More Specific Hints
You still totally get credit even if you need these beefier hints. Let’s narrow it down and get a bit more specific.
A very nasty car accident is a major plot point.
There is a lot of heavy family drama (and trauma) at the core of the movie.
Toni Colette’s FACES in this movie could inspire nightmares for days and weeks.
The movie contains some of the freakiest possession scenes we’ve ever witnessed.
Framed.wtf of the Day #38 Answer
Still having trouble? If you want to keep thinking about it, don’t scroll down just yet. We’re going to post the answer, in bold, below. It’s hard to miss and your eyes are naturally going to want to look at it so I highly recommend you go no further unless you want it spoiled. Really it’s coming right after this. Last chance!
The Framed.wtf of the Day #38 is
Coincidentally, we do have a pretty great (If I do say so myself) You Love to See It episode (our movie rewatch podcast!) on the film, if you’re interested! I’ve embedded it below, and you can find You Love to See It here on the podcast platform of your choice.