From cult classics like Gremlins and Beetlejuice to the launches of mega franchises like The Terminator and Ghostbusters, the 1980s had no shortage of amazing movies. In the decades since their releases, fans old and new have dissected and discussed everything that makes these films great, including an element that doesn't get looked at too often: foreshadowing. Some of these predictive details are subtle, like the fact that the T-800 crushes a toy semi-truck in The Terminator, then later drives the same make and model truck to chase down Sarah Conner. Other times the foreshadowing comes in dialogue. In Scarface, Tony Montana is told early on that the biggest problem he'll face is figuring out what to do with all his money, which ends up being his downfall. Fans have even picked up on foreshadowing in the set design, noting that Sarah's bedroom in Labyrinth features a poster that mirrors the very labyrinth she'll enter.
These are the best moments of foreshadowing from movies of the 1980s.