TV and Movies·Posted on Nov 1, 2021These 10 "Last Night In Soho" Scenes Terrified Me In Ways I Didn't Expect At AllThis one will make you think twice about moving to the city.by Anthony OrlandoBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Director Edgar Wright's long-awaited follow-up to his smash hit, Baby Driver, is finally here, and fans are loving it. Focus Features / Via youtube.com Haunted by visions of a young woman (Anya Taylor-Joy) in the '60s, psychic fashion student Ellie (Thomasin McKenzie) tries to uncover the truth behind her brutal murder as the ghosts of her past haunt her in the present. Now that the film has been released, let's take a look at the 10 Scariest Moments in Last Night in Soho.🚨WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!!!🚨 10. The Hallway of Horrors Focus Features / Via youtube.com After a night of working as an erotic dancer, Sandie is approached by her manager, Jack (Matt Smith), to spend the night with one of his male associates. After refusing to do so, she runs away from him down a hall backstage. From there, we catch glimpses of the suffering her fellow dancers had to endure, from drug addiction to prostitution, serving as a harrowing gaze into the new life Sandie is about to experience. 9. Chase Scene Focus Features / Via youtube.com Ellie grows more and more desperate to save Sandie as the film goes on, and this scene encapsulates her obsession. After seeing her specter walking on the streets of Soho, Ellie runs after her. Ellie soon finds herself being chased by the ghosts of the men from Sandie's life. But when Ellie finally reaches her, Sandie just pushes her to the ground, leaving her defeated and dejected. The sight of this young woman lying in an alley in the rain shows just how far she has fallen, as her terrifying visions seem to have completely consumed her life. 8. That Jump Scare Focus Features / Via youtube.com In this scene, Ellie has a vision of a man approaching Sandie as she is sleeping in bed. When it seems like this man is about to do the unthinkable to Sandie, Ellie jumps and tries to stop him. She then wakes up in her bed, realizing it was all a dream. However, when she reaches over to turn off her alarm clock, we see the man appear before her again. Another use of the classic horror trope of a dream within a dream. 7. "Jack's" Death Focus Features / Via youtube.com Ellie confronts the man (Terence Stamp) who she believes murdered Sandie. Though the guy sure seems like the killer, he brushes off her accusations and claims that Sandie wasn't so innocent. And then, in a shocking twist, the man gets hit by a car, and it is revealed that he wasn't Jack at all, but a retired cop who investigated the red light district. He was even the man who tried to get Sandie out of her life in prostitution. So not only did Ellie not find Sandie's murderer, but she also accidentally got an innocent man killed. 6. Sandie's New Life Focus Features / Via youtube.com As Ellie sits in her apartment, she has visions of half-dressed Sandie lying on her bed, being approached by multiple male clients. It's a horrific glimpse into her objectifying new life as a prostitute, with Sandie using many different names that ultimately strip her of her former identity. She loses more and more of herself just as all her clients lose their faces, turning into ghastly, male shapes that torment her and Ellie. 5. Ghosts in the Library Focus Features / Via youtube.com This scene shows just how much Ellie has lost her grip on reality. As the protagonist looks through all of Soho's past murders for information about Sandie, she is once again visited by the spirits of the latter's male clients. After attempting to flee from these specters, she decides to stand her ground and tries to stab one of them. But when John (Michael Ajao) stops her from doing so, she sees that it was actually her former roommate, Jocasta (Synnøve Karlsen), she almost attacked. Talk about a close call. 4. Sandie's True Fate Focus Features / Via youtube.com After deciding to leave London, Ellen sits down with her landlady, Ms. Collins (Diana Rigg). The conversation takes a complete 180 when Ellie learns that Sandie is actually Ms. Collins, and that she was alive the whole time. Not only that, but she learns that Sandie killed Jack in self-defense, which drives her to seek vengeance on the men in her life. We see her murdering her male clients and hiding their bodies beneath the floorboards and within the walls of her building. We all knew that this film was about men's rampant mistreatment of women in our society, but this twist shows how it can turn a young woman into a cold-blooded killer. 3. The Inferno Focus Features / Via youtube.com When Ellie goes to a club with John, her visions of Sandie's life begin to take hold of her mind. The past and present begin to merge as the ghosts of her clients enter the dance floor and chase her out of the club, turning a fun Halloween dance party into a psychedelic horror show. We've all felt the pressure of being confined in a crowded party, but this scene takes that feeling and brings it up to an 11. 2. Sandie's Murder Focus Features / Via youtube.com When Ellie brings her love interest, John, back to her apartment for some "alone time," she looks up at the ceiling mirror and sees Sandie being held down on the bed with a knife by Jack. As the vision moves out of the mirror and onto the actual bed, Ellie desperately tries to stop it from becoming a reality. But this makeup session turns murderous as she sees Jack repeatedly stabbing Sandie to death. This scene's intensity is further amplified with Ms. Collins banging on the door of Ellie's room, furious over her bringing a boy home. 1. The Ghosts Break In Focus Features / Via youtube.com When Ellie tries to escape the wrath of the murderous Ms. Collins, she runs into her room, only to be ambushed by the ghosts of the men Sandie killed. They all break through the floors and out from the walls and hold Ellie down to the bed. But as she reaches for the phone, the ghosts surprisingly plead for her to save them and to kill Sandie instead. While these specters were despicable men when they were alive, they are still very much unfortunate victims of Sandie's murderous rampage. Nevertheless, it is still a terrifying climax for Edgar Wright's latest movie masterpiece. Do you agree with this list? Are there any other scary moments that I missed? Please let us know in the comment section below!