Mensaje Subliminal en Resident Evil
For other screamers named "Subliminal Message" or "Hidden Message", see the Disambiguation Page.
It begins with Spanish text, stating that there is an "unbelievable fact" involving a subliminal message in Resident Evil; one that is, supposedly, a small message told through very subtle cues. The video then asks the viewer to turn up the volume, as the audio is "really quiet" according to the creator, who says that it's because they couldn't "download a better version". Finally it says it'll show the scene twice, and so it proceeds. The scene in question is the From Relief to Terror cutscene from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.
This lasts until 47 seconds into the video, at which point more text shows up - it assumes the viewer didn't notice it, and points out that the message does not involve Jill's voice. After asking the viewers to "open their ears wide", the cutscene plays again. At the 1:37 minute mark, just as Nemesis' missile passes by Jill, a picture of a ghost girl holding a doll floating in a hall pops up and the video proceeds through four pictures of zombies,
One for each time the lyric "Why do they always send the poor?" from the song B.Y.O.B. by System of a Down repeats loudly in the background. It does so five times, although on the ghost girl picture, it plays only the second half. The shows a final text, asking the viewer "did you see it now?" as a means of taunting them, and shows the uploader's logo before it ends.
NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!