Archive for the ‘Split’ Category

One of those Shyamalan films that has an ending that was a huge surprise… one that was unfortunately spoiled for me before I got the chance to see it. I can only imagine what it would have been like to experience the twist at the end of this movie without knowing that it was coming… continue reading »

The Next Big Thing by Shyamalan

Saturday, February 18th, 2017 by Rohan |

Split is a huge hit. It has grossed over $170 million worldwide. More on its box-office coverage, click here and here. Self-funded by Shyamalan ($9 million) and produced and distributed by Universal Pictures, the film marks the dominance of Shyamalan factor. As reported before, the sequel to Split, in other words, Unbreakable, is in the works…. continue reading »

An In-depth Analysis of Shyamalan’s Films

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 by Rohan |

I don’t think anyone yet has gone in-depth to analyze a Shyamalan film than the ones by Dag Sødtholt, whose carefully, insightful pieces on The Sixth Sense; The Village; Signs; Lady in the Water and Unbreakable on the wonderful Montages International Magazine. Mr. Dag Sødtholt, a Norwegian film critic, not only focuses on the aforementioned titles,… continue reading »

Welcome to Fan Voice, our new column where we answer questions from visitors to our site as best as we can. We’ve been fans of M. Night Shyamalan since 1999, and with a website full of information, we’ve also read and written so much about his films that we thought it would be fun to… continue reading »

‘Split’ Still on Top of the Box Office!

Sunday, February 5th, 2017 by Rohan |

For the third straight weekend, Split rules the box office, bringing a little over $14 million, topping Paramount Pictures’ horror flick, Rings (grossing $13 million). Self-funded by Shyamalan himself ($9 million), the psychological thriller now has earned $98.7 million in North America. Overseas, it stands above additional $14 million, totaling $44 million to be exact… continue reading »

Split Crawls to $100 Million Worldwide!

Sunday, January 29th, 2017 by Rohan |

Split marks the comeback of the master of suspense. Yes, our own, M.Night Shyamalan—conquering cinema screens with sold out auditoriums once again. Currently playing everywhere in North America, Split opened with over $40 million last week, then dropping 34%, but still managed to crawl up to $26 million during its second week. Shyamalan’s last home… continue reading »

What does the ending of Split mean? [Spoilers!]

Saturday, January 28th, 2017 by Paul Martin |

So, if you’ve seen Split, you’re here to find some answers. If you haven’t seen Split, stop reading and go see it. We’re going to tell you a bit about the ending of the film and the significance of the last scene of the movie. We’ll start by saying two things: M. Night Shyamalan has created a… continue reading »

‘Split’ is the #1 movie in America: $40 Million opening!

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 by Paul Martin |

M. Night Shyamalan’s Split has come in at number one in its’ first weekend at the box office. It cost somewhere around $10 million to produce, and estimates have it making about $40.18 million in just the domestic box office. Split could be Night’s first $100 million film since 2010’s The Last Airbender. Split also opened to $5.8… continue reading »

M. Night Shyamalan’s SPLIT is in theaters now!

Friday, January 20th, 2017 by Paul Martin |

M. Night Shyamalan is back with another thriller! This one features James McAvoy in a role requiring him to take on a person that has, according to the poster above, 24 personalities. If you’ve seen it, comment below, but please… no spoilers. Shyamalan himself has requested that people don’t spoil the movie for each other.

The Visit Blu-ray Review and More…

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 by Rohan |

Earlier last month we posted The Visit Blu-ray release date, which hits the shelves on January 5, 2016. Now, we have an insightful review of the Blu-ray, thanks to Devon Powell which you can read here, along with some interesting quotes from writer/director Night himself, talking about his successful suspense thriller. The film, as some… continue reading »