Split HD iTunes Code

Split HD iTunes Code
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Split HD iTunes Code


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Casey has to deal with not only horrors from her past, but also this psychotic maniac of many names.

By Thunder Hawkon February 3, 2017

Format: iTUNES Code


While the concept of being locked in a mysterious room is familiar, Split offers a new take on its villain, who has a split personality disorder to the extreme, as he promises his victims that they are to be sacrifices, due to their apparent impurity of never suffering like he has. But who is the beast, is he real? The circumstance these three young women are forced into is not as frightening as they are disturbing.

The audience is kept wondering what is reality, as Kevin (or Dennis, Patricia, the kid, the beast, etc) struggles to keep himself contained while visiting an elderly female psychologist, with Kevin having to decide which identity is allowed into the light of consciousness. When one personality is awakened, the others are remembered, but not around till this one leaves the light.

Tension builds as the womens' windows of opportunity are thwarted by Kevin on each daring but foolish attempt. The conclusion is satisfying, and the lead female has to deal with not only horrors from her past, but also this presumed, psychotic maniac intent on harming the innocent and with secret powers propelled by the belief of his mind.

The conclusion definitely leaves things open for more... After enjoying The Visit's unique but twisted horror, along with Wayward Pines, I'm interested in seeing more from M Night's mostly inventive storytelling.