The Boy is a horror about an American girl who accepts a nanny job in the U.K. Once she arrives at an extravagant home, she meets an old couple and their toy boy. She is responsible for taking care of this toy boy, conforming to all 10 rules written on paper to satisfy his needs.
The Boy film ending features a twist you won't expect. If you haven't watched The Boy movie, avoid reading the movie ending below.
***The Boy Film Ending***
Blood drips on Cole's face. He awakens to a message written in blood, "Get Out." Cole gets all hysterical, wanting answers to who left these rats in his bag and wrote a bloody message.
Greta enters the room. She is as shocked as Cole is. Cole assumes she has something to do with this threat. Malcolm hears this commotion from outside, quickly entering the home to help Greta.
Cole orders Greta to hand over the doll (Brahms). She refuses to give him Brahms. Malcolm tells Cole to leave Greta alone.
Tension escalates, as Cole then grabs the doll from Greta and smashes it against a hard surface. This toy boy breaks into many pieces. It appears the ashes of Brahms pour out.
Greta is in shock to see Brahms broken. The lights begin to flicker. Noise radiates from the walls. Cole draws close to the mirror, telling Greta and Malcolm to be quiet and listen.
All of a sudden, the glass mirror breaks. Cole falls backward. A masked man emerges out of the mirror. It is Brahms. He overpowers Cole, stabbing a spear/hook into his neck. Cole bleeds out.
Greta and Malcolm run away from Brahms. We learn that Brahms never died as a child. He has been living in the walls the entire time, expecting his parents to care for the doll as it were real.
Greta and Malcolm run upstairs. They lock the door. Brahms tries to unlock the doors, twisting and turning the doorknob like a deranged lunatic. Greta tells Malcolm to hurry up and lock the closet door. They reach just in time before Brahms can enter.
Brahms is strong as an ox. He resembles Michael Myers. He is tall and strong like the Halloween killer. The two escape the room through the walls. They end in a room where Brahms has a doll dressed in a red dress and is wearing a necklace. These items were stolen in the bathroom, while Greta was taking a shower.
Greta is angry. She finds a letter written by the Heelshire's. She realizes then that they knew Brahms was living inside the walls. In this letter, they tell Brahms he could have the girl.
Brahms appears. They climb into the walls. On the verge of escaping the home, Malcolm tells Greta to leave without him. He wants to save her from this Mad Man. Brahms wrestles Malcolm to the ground. He crushes his head, remembering how he killed a young girl many years ago.
Greta is devastated that Malcolm is possibly dead. She exits the vicinity.
However, Greta enters the home from the front door. She sees Cole dead. Brahms is there waiting. She talks to Brahms like a child. She tells him he must go to bed.
Greta puts Brahms in bed, pulling the covers over his body. He wants a kiss. She tells him no, he's been bad and must go to bed. Brahms throws a fit, pulling her back. Greta goes in for a goodnight kiss, but Brahms wants more and tries to French kiss her.
Unexpectedly, Greta stabs Brahms with a knife. Both of them get into a fight. Brahms pins Greta against the wall, choking her until she becomes dizzy and hazy. She reaches down, pushing the knife further into his gut. He drops her, and then falls to the ground.
Greta returns to Malcolm. She rescues him. They exit the Hilshire home. We see them drive off together, relieved to have escaped the psychotic Brahms.
In the end, we see the Brahms doll reassembled. This doll consumes the screen, revealing Brahms didn't die from his stab wound.
The Boy movie ends.