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This week on The Horror Guru reviews GLASS!

GLASS (2019) was written/directed by M. Night Shyamalan, produced by Jason Blum and stars James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat Clark, Charlayne Woodard, Adam David Thompson & Luke Kirby.

GLASS is the third part of the UNBREAKABLE trilogy, preceded by the movie SPLIT.

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Comments

Jeremy Jenkins says:

I went to see Glass earlier today and I must say that all three movies came full circle…with a twist ^_^ Fucking loved it.

Carol Days says:

You made me actually want to see Glass, uh.

Burori1 says:

ConfessionL I haven;t seen any of these three movies. One day, when i have the will and time, I will see them.

Random Horror says:

Great review I thought Unbreakable was solid, The second part of this trilogy I’m a no Split in the middle but Class I thought it was smashing. But in all seriousness i was a little disappointment by the ending but I do love how Glass for the last laugh on Dr Staple I also wonder what if she has a power? The power of control as she almost convinced them they were crazy and she was Glass’s oppersite and that is Glass’s power he has a super mind.

Scott Lester says:

Good sir, I’m drunk at the point of viewing this video. I may forget your knowledge at this time, but know that I agree that this movie was great and the performances were absolutely amazing

GLJohn Stewart says:

Why did it take you so long to see this?

PFiction24 says:

To quote Filmbrain, “In a fucking puddle.”

Also I hate it whenever every member of a secret society has to have the same tattoo or other identifying mark. Seems like a dead giveaway to their enemies and anyone could go to a tattoo parlor and get one. Horrible security measure.

Michael Dunn says:

Finally got a chance to see it yesterday and I really dug it. I still can’t believe there’s a legit M. Night superhero trilogy, but I’m happy it’s a thing. Good stuff.

Carla Hoffman says:

You are my favorite reviewer when it comes to spoilers – like you have a spoiler section but you never give away the whole movie and get me super excited to see the movie based on what you do reveal! Nice balance, great work. =)

Jacob Matthew Crawford says:

I went to see Glass in the cinema a few weeks ago. I saw it with my grandfather. We enjoyed it very much and even did our own vlog review…
The story flowed well, kept me interested, and it was awesome seeing all these characters (major and supporting) return from Unbreakable (2000). James McAvoy was fantastic with his multiple personality performances…
Although my feelings on the third act are very mixed. Having the final fight take place in the hospital’s parking and the fight itself felt very underwhelming and I didn’t care for the secret society twist. Honestly, it almost ruined the film for me. But when the second twist happened in the film’s last five minutes, it brought me back…
All in all, it was a nice conclusion to Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy, and it was another decent continuation of his comeback streak!

Very nice vlog review! I rub my hands in anticipation for the next Blood Splattered Cinema!

CAGoodiegoodie says:

This was one of the best reviews I have seen so far for glass its already been spoiled by another review I had seen a month ago but I still want to see it
I love your enthusiasm for this film I definitely am putting this move on my must watch list

Anthony Kulik says:

Your doing a great job with your channel, your a pretty cool dude.

sifat shams says:

I absolutely love Shyamalan’s approach to villains in this trilogy. In Unbreakable, Mr. Glass’ arc was about him proving to himself that superheroes and villains were real and that he was a part of that world. He was finally able to let go of his lifelong existential crisis. During the years between that film and Glass, however, he once again sank into a depression because he gradually realized that finding David wasn’t enough to truly change things.
Then, miraculously, fate brought The Overseer and The Horde to the very institution he was imprisoned in, and a new purpose for himself emerged. If the world could witness a battle between those two invulnerable, super-strong titans, they would be awakened to the potential within themselves, just as he was while reading comic books but to a much further and more powerful extent. What he did for himself in Unbreakable, he would now do for others. If Unbreakable ended with him being the villain, Glass ends with him being an anti-hero. And believe it or not, this is all foreshadowed very subtly in the scene in Unbreakable where a young Elijah Price receives his very first comic book.

Metal Head says:

The one thing I wanted to see in glass was definitive proof whether or not bruce willis’ character could get shot by a bullet and it bounce off. It was set up in unbreakable with his son pointing the gun at him crying out to him about his super man esq powers but bruce willis talked his son down to not shoot him. And i wanted to see that small detail come to fruition in glass, especially since there were so many armed guards and stuff pointing their guns at them. Still loved the movie tho.

Sanji Zant says:

Guru, I know you’re not gonna read this, but I wanna say… thanks. With all the shit going down in life, between all the controversies, I know I can at least not have to deal with bullshit from you and Count Jackula.

TheSlayFer Ch. T. says:

I really liked Glass, no real complaints beyond the slow second act, what I guess is the reason why critics hated it is probably Shyamalan bias, because while this is definitely one of Shyamalan’s better movies it’s still his particular style of writing and directing and I can see people not liking that.

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