Gore is emphasized by director Tony Maylam as the barely glimpsed monster rips the hearts out of its victims in a ritual that Duncan deduces to be of satanic origin. All that was needed was a star name. After investigating the scenes of several killings, they appear no closer in identifying the killer, although Stone seems to share some sort of psychic connection with him. The End Conclusion: This movie certainly deserves it's cult classic status. Drunk Ken Bones Ken Bones.
It never seeks to be better than it is, and in doing so is all the better for it. A mix of horror, action, breasts Kim Cattral's, not Rutger Hauer's! Foster McLaine Sara Stockbridge Sara Stockbridge. It is the year 2008, and global warming and heavy rainfall has left large areas of London flooded. Split Second was intended to be more occult-oriented until Thompson decided to leave the description of the killer intentionally vague and more open to the imagination. Cut to the flashback scene 1, which doesn't reveal much, then Stone wakes up with a pigeon on his head.
Has been ever since Bladerunner. They didn't give him much to work with but he plays his role great. Any film where a police officer can call a guard dog a 'dickhead' has to worth it's weight in platinum. Stone manages to kill the creature by tearing its heart out but, as the detectives leave the scene with Michelle in a rescue dinghy, bubbles of air are seen breaking the surface of the water, suggesting that there might be more than one monster. He has since created action sequences for many big-budget films, the best possibly being GoldenEye 1995 starring Pierce Brosnan. Kim wakes up, uncovers a motorocycle in his apartment, then eats a chocolate that's plastered onto the fridge. Sharp directed the finale which takes place in a flooded subway along with some other additional scenes, which is why he's credited as co-director in ending credits.
Written in 1988 and set in present-day Los Angeles, the story involved a ritualistic serial killer who has committed five murders every five years for the last quarter of a century, leaving a pentagram symbol. They open a door, to find the Rat Catcher and his boy helper dead, and they fall to the floor. You can get the game for a decent price and has a decent online multiplier community, so I say its worth every bit of 15 to 20 bucks and you will get more than you paid for : This game is a must have!!!! Seems like going to Oxford is a waste of time if you want to land a good job. Definitely worth renting, and buying too if this is the kind of movie you like. As the gnawed on bodies of the innocent pile up and Stone and Durkin nearly cross paths with the unseen killer many times it grows more evident that this case is perhaps more personal for both Stone and the pursued, with the lines between hunter and hunted becoming increasingly blurred. The aforementioned maverick-cop clichés from Lethal Weapon are pretty clear. Split Second 1992 Split Second is a semi-guilty pleasure.
The effects are godawful, but neat, just as it should be in this kind of movie. Tiffany as Sarah Stockbridge Colin Skeaping Colin Skeaping. Hauer plays a cop who previously lost his partner to some strange creature. The setting for this movie is very dark similar to Blade Runner and Rutger Hauer delivers another great performance. And yes, it can shoot guns with those long sharp fingers. Anyways, he pulls up and sucks on a cigar, and we then hear a heart beating away.
Need real skills to win some events. With: Harley Stone - Rutger Hauer Michelle - Kim Cattrall Dick Durkin - Neil Duncan Rat Catcher - Michael J. But here she is the dead partner's ex-wife, who is there to be occasionally nude and vulnerable? Its a fun way to spend a few hours if you dont have the company of a good women. It was set in a futuristic London which became flooded due to the effects of global warming. Note that great hammy acting is considerably different than great acting. Which in all honesty, a point blank blast would do, although it would probably rip you into two pieces in the process.
Due to all the stress during production, Maylam stepped back from finishing the film so and others involved in the film joined up to finish it. Dick Durkin Neil Duncan is the reason to watch 'Split Second'. Stone walks to the nearby club where there seems to be some naughty dancing going on. The murders have begun again and the detectives are assigned the case. The only cast member to let the side down is Pete Postlethwaite who doesn't convince in the slightest as an antagonistic cop. Stone and Durkin find the man's corpse afterwards. Stone passes the rest of his breakfast to Oxford boy Dick Derkin, and they talk about occulty type stuff.
The mind games continue, as the Killer, for some weird reason is under her chair, and his hand or claw I guess, rips through the seat and he appears infront of her. . Let's just say as much as I like Kim, it's obvious she doesn't get cast in movies for her acting chops. The film is a buddy movie, bad ass cop gets partnered with accountant cop, and they end up living happily ever after. Also, the pretty unique game modes like the Air Strike and the Survival are really the best.
Said naughty dancer isn't exactly a stunner mind you. The section fits in nicely and I wouldn't have realised if it wasn't for his credit. This film has a slightly different take on the 'buddyness' by bringing the accountant-cop up the level of Rutger, outdoing him in many places even. Harley Stone Kim Cattrall Kim Cattrall. For a b-movie that's right up there with Army of Darkness for amusement value and quotable lines, watch Split Second. The movie obviously suffers from some bad editing though, and some questionable shots, for example said beast is lightening fast.
Derkin rants more about it being the year of the Rat, and the Chief isn't amused. This has caused the rodent population to soar. But still you can't ignore the fact that this film runs on the smell of an oily rag, it's evident from the first frame all the way to the reveal of the shonky 'beast' near the end, a creature that elicits more chuckles than screams. With: Harley Stone - Rutger Hauer Michelle - Kim Cattrall Dick Durkin - Neil Duncan Rat Catcher - Michael J. Durkin figures out that Stone escaped from it ten years ago, and it is now fixated upon killing Stone just as it previously killed Foster. The film is tight and there aren't alot of wasted frames. Her screams being to the water getting cold.