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Question: Write a sad, creepy, and scary alternative ending to the Gremlins (1984 film), where the gremlins took over the world.
As the film reaches its climax, Billy Peltzer and his girlfriend Kate Beringer, armed with sunlight, water, and Gremlins' susceptibility to both, attempt to kill the disastrous creatures. However, in an unforeseen twist of fate, the lead gremlin, Stripe, manages to overtake them. He steals their weapon, a mirror reflecting sunlight, and in a sardonic grin, shatters it, making it useless. Stripe, now stronger than ever, begins to reproduce rapidly, spilling water over himself deliberately. He giggles with malicious laughter as countless new Gremlins sprout from his back. Billy and Kate are overpowered, left to watch in growing horror as the horde of Gremlins multiplies. Soon enough, Kingston Falls is overrun. Stripe broadcasts a distressing message worldwide, forcing technology to bend to his will. Monstrous silhouettes of the Gremlins now fill every television set, their cackling laughter and animalistic shrieks echoing in every home. Humanity watches the broadcast in despair, fear spreading like wildfire. The Gremlins show no mercy; they wreak havoc on major cities, reducing human civilization to debris. Governments try to rally forces against this unusual enemy, but military power seems laughably ineffective against the gremlins’ surprising cunning and immense numbers. Stripe, seated on a makeshift "throne" of mangled gadgets and debris, watches the world crumble beneath him with glee, delighting in the chaos and fear. Darkness begins to fall across the globe, both literally and metaphorically, as the Gremlins’ reign of terror continues minutes turning into hours, hours to days. The once festive spirit of Christmas is now a ghastly memory, estranged and forgotten. The story ends on a chilling note, the echoes of cackling laughter and the shadow of writhing figures being the only sign of "life" on earth. In this dreadful dystopia, Gizmo, the kind mogwai is nowhere to be found, perhaps lost in the ruins, or even worse, transformed into one of the monstrous Gremlins. He was the whimsical beacon of hope that pervaded the original story, now snuffed out, leaving nothing but the chilling rule of Stripe and his army of Gremlins.
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