Brahms Becomes the Invisible Doll in This Alternate Ending Scene from ‘Brahms: The Boy II’ [Exclusive]

Released into theaters back in February, William Brent Bell‘s Brahms: The Boy II heads home next week when Universal Pictures Home Entertainment brings the sequel to Blu-ray on Tuesday, May 19th.

Special Features include Deleted & Alternate Scenes and an Alternate Ending, and we’ve been provided with a clip from that Alternate Ending that we’re here to share with you guys today.

In the clip, “During a tense confrontation, Sean (Owain Yeoman) surprise-attacks Brahms with a mallet, smashing him.” The clip also features Katie Holmes (Liza), Ralph Ineson (Joseph) and Christopher Convery (Jude).

The scene isn’t all that different from the ending that we saw in theaters, but what’s interesting is that it does give us a different take on what lies beneath the porcelain doll known as Brahms. In the theatrical cut we learn that there’s some sort of organic, demon-like being that lives within the doll. Yes, the sequel decides that Brahms is, after all, an evil doll. But in this Alternate Ending, Brahms is basically The Invisible Doll on the inside.

Check out the Alternate Ending clip below.

In STX Entertainment’s sequel, “Unaware of the terrifying history of Heelshire Mansion, a young family moves into the estate, where their young son soon makes an unsettling new friend, an eerily life-like doll he calls Brahms.”

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