Yeah, umm, ok. YouTube has the original ending for The Descent. So do I. Don't watch it unless you like spoilers. It is not a huge spoil, though.
My imagined endings were far worse.
Scenario 1: It starts with the close up on Sarah's eyes in the torchlight, pretty much the same as the one above but she shudders a bit and then the camera moves out and we see that she is being eaten.
Scenario 2: She joins the gribblies in their subterranean existence.
Scenario 3: She joins the gribblies in their subterranean existence and we see that she is pregnant.
There has been some chatter about this movie on several forums, just check out Google. If I were forced at gun point to make remakes of movies, I would probably prefer death. That is just how I am. I might choose to rewrite this script without the gribblies and make it more a study of the insanities and relationships in the group. I wonder if you could make a horror movie without a monster. The Blair Witch was brilliant in this way. I would really like to see a movie or your recommendations that has no monsters at all. Kontroll had a similar plot line in that you were never really certain that the villian existed outside of the mind of the protagonist. There was also the thriller(horror?) The Hole, but that had more of a drama feel. I want a palpable menace and a paucity of monsters.