The next installment of Split Mechanical Keyboard is finally here!
It’s called Split Mechanical, and it’s a horror movie, set in a haunted house.
It’s the sequel to Split Mechanical and is set to release in 2019, and has already had some success with reviews, which have been very positive.
The movie has already been greenlit by the studio, and is already working to get a release on the big screen.
I spoke with Split Mechanical’s director, Ryan Dominguez, to get his take on the movie.
What’s the film about?
When I first started looking into this movie, I was trying to find the next big horror franchise.
I started thinking about what kind of franchise it could be, and how it could potentially grow and evolve over the years.
I wanted to bring this franchise to the bigscreen, so I had to make a film that was both scary and really unique.
It would have to be something that could really get people’s attention.
So I set out to make something that would appeal to both horror fans and people who were looking for something different, but that would also be scary.
How is it going to feel?
I think the main thing that’s different from Split Mechanical is that it’s not about a haunted mansion.
That’s not the film.
It is a haunted home with a scary theme.
So it’s very much a haunted story.
You don’t see the horror onscreen, and the scary atmosphere is just the thing that you get when you see the film onscreen.
What’s unique about this movie is that we’re trying to make the story as scary as possible.
That means the main character is a young girl, and he’s playing a boy in this haunted house, which is a very different story.
It has a very specific horror vibe to it.
Is it a horror film?
And there’s a lot of different ways to interpret the movie in that regard.
Are we going to see a lot more of the old haunted house?
It definitely is, but it’s also a horror story that has a different feel.
Do we see the character grow or is she still the same old girl?
She’s still the girl.
How is she going to navigate her way through this world?
We have her playing with two different boys, and she’s still playing with the same girl.
Are they friends or enemies?
Do they have a crush on her?
They have a big crush on each other.
Is she an orphan?
She is, and that’s the main focus of the film, so that’s why she’s the focus of it.
We’re making it a very scary film.
Is this the first time you’ve directed a horror feature?
The idea came from Ryan.
We wrote a script, and Ryan and I have been writing and collaborating for a long time.
When we were first approached to do Split Mechanical the idea of it, and all the work that we’ve done in the past, came from our past.
We wanted to do something that was a very unique, very scary, and we were really excited by the reaction that we had from the fans.
And it was a little overwhelming.
Are there any plans for a sequel?
And we’re very happy with the reception of Split Mechanic.
What is the movie’s story?
Ryan’s idea was to make this a very personal story.
He wanted to take a young child and make them a part of this movie.
So he wanted to write this story that was very personal and that was about her.
We had this girl who’s very unique and very brave.
And she’s a very special girl.
Is this a movie about her or about her father?
The movie is about her dad.
And her dad is an old man who’s dead, and his son, who’s a ghost, is very much the ghost of his dead father.
Is the movie going to have a romance or is it just about her?
The film is about this ghostly father.
It takes place in this kind of haunted house where the characters have all these different experiences.
Is that going to be the focus?
Absolutely, because we want to make sure that the story is really scary and very personal.
Is there going to a horror element to it?
There is a horror part, but not in the way that you might expect.
And the film is not about the haunted house or the haunted room, and they are all different places.
It isn’t about the same place or the same type of haunted story, but in the story itself, there are a lot different things going on.
So what I’m really trying to do with this film is give the audience a really different story, which you never see in horror movies.
Are you going to make it more serious?
Is my dad dead?
Yeah. I mean,