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Split (2016, USA)

Split (2016)

Split is a grindhouse film in disguise, particularly repulsive for the cavalier way it blames women for the degeneracy of McAvoy’s character.

What makes Split so frustrating is that it could have been Shyalaman’s best film. Visually the film is perfect and the sound strikes the right balance between serene and scary, much like a Hitchcock film. The tension is palpable in the psychiatrist’s scenes, and the gripping terror of the girls is captured perfectly as their predicament grows worse.

“An individual with multiple personalities can change their body chemistry with their thoughts.”

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Tremors (1990, USA)

In the isolated town of Perfection, not all is perfect. As strange occurrences and corpses mount up, the inhabitants led by Val & Earl, two hapless handy-men, doing what they can to fund their next beer, find themselves at the mercy of marauding underground giant worms.

This great film, which can be found somewhere within the television schedules nearly ever week, is an excellent example of a modern day ‘creature feature’, though now 20 years old, has not lost any of its charms, with a good selection of colourful characters and well paced storytelling.

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