Featuring clips from films like Good Morning Vietnam and Rocky and shows such as Scandal and Desperate Housewives, it has the ending of Reservoir Dogs, a heart-breaking scene from Forrest Gump, and the climax of Kill Bill.
For TV fans, meanwhile, there’s the ending of Lost and show defining moments from iconic series Breaking Bad.
Notably, there are no spoilers from new films or shows that haven’t already aired, presumably because it would be impossible to get permission to use them.
Dramatic warnings come up before you get to the actual clips and it does enable viewers to skip spoilers they don’t want to see if they can click quickly enough.
It also has a page which taps in to the divisive nature of the site and asks whether you’re a spoiler – someone who consciously or unconsciously gives away plot points.
But whether or not you purposefully spoil someone’s day by giving away the best bit of something you’ve already seen, the existence of this site still begs the question – why would you choose to spoil something for yourself?