- Let's just say that Mr. Glass isn't the deceiving mentor we saw nineteen years ago.
- Elijah's shocking murder of Daryl the orderly via Slashed Throat with a piece of glass. It's an incredibly sudden and chilling moment that Mr. Glass isn't as much of a Non-Action Big Bad as his physical fragility might lead us to believe.Patricia: What do you call youself?
Elijah: First name, Mister. Last name, Glass.
- His plan that he reveals to the Horde? Use his pedigree to commit another act of terror by blowing up the first three floors of Osaka Tower on the day of its grand opening. As if derailing trains wasn't enough.
- Elijah's shocking murder of Daryl the orderly via Slashed Throat with a piece of glass. It's an incredibly sudden and chilling moment that Mr. Glass isn't as much of a Non-Action Big Bad as his physical fragility might lead us to believe.
- The camera work for the first two films were unique enough, with Unbreakable using multiple one-take shots, and Split opting for close ups. Now for this one, cinematographer Mike Gioulakis (Who worked on the latter film) upped the ante with a new detail: shooting from the perspective of those caught in the Beast's and David's battles. That means that you get to witness, with horror, the panic and pain that ordinary civilians had to endure.
- One unfortunate, escaping cheerleader can only stand in shock as the Beast throws a table at her, which knocks her out cold.
- Pierce's death. First, he finds Elijah describing the moments the former will face before his death, which is quoted above in this page. The Beast lowers himself behind Pierce, angrily declaring that he hurt Elijah. When Pierce demands the two get back in their rooms, the Beast hugs him to a painful degree, likely crusing his ribs and spine. As this hapless mental asylum worker falls to his knees, we see Elijah from Pierce's point of view, highlighting how Mr. Glass has finally taken control of the situation. Then the Beast beats that body to a bloody pulp, offscreen. Judging by the volume of those fists, it's safe to say that the cleanup crew have a lot of work to do.
- When the Beast gets outside Raven Hill Memorial, he flips a car with understandably terrified security over without much visible strain outside his normal snarl. And the camera tilts while inside the car.
- The Beast facing a squad of riot police. While David spared four of them from a grisly fate by shoving them into a cargo container and non-lethally locks them inside, the Beast effortlessly slaughters the group he's faced with with his bare hands. When David says he's the only one capable of stopping him, he's not kidding.
- Special mention must go to one officer, who is knocked on the ground and is at the mercy of the Beast, only having his riot shield to protect him from harm. Unfortunately, another officer unintentionally knocks away that defence, leaving us to see Kevin's hungry face, which goes off-screen as we hear chomping noises. When we see the Beast again, blood can be seen around his mouth.
- Several of the other personalities of The Horde appear and that they have become more unified which means Dennis, Patricia, and Hedwig have managed to convince all the other personalities that The Beast, a cannibal and psychopath with superpowers, is a good thing!
- The Ancient Conspiracy. They are a group that have killed superpowered beings for 10,000 years. All because they think that their differences pose a threat to all of mankind. And they really serve their credentials well, when they end up drowning David by using his weakness of water against him. The brutality of that slow and simple act cannot be underestimated, with David's struggles to keep his breath being a highlight.
- Think about this from David's perspective. In summary, a chain of hope spots leading towards a literal watery grave. To elaborate, he's weakened from falling into the water tank, for starters. But a SWAT team is heading towards him, so they can tend to his injuries, right? WRONG. He is then forcibly dragged, lacking the strength to knock them off him, and what he sees ahead is a flooded pothole. The SWAT team proceed to shove his face into the puddle, causing him to struggle with all his might. From this, it's bringing back memories of the time where he almost died, because two skinny little kids were fooling around in a pool, dunking him and causing him to swallow some of the deadly liquid. Suddenly, he sees Ellie Staple walking over to him, asking to take her hand. Rescue is finally here, right? WRONG AGAIN. He obliges, but his eyes widen as he sees her crimes, which are that of the Ancient Conspiracy. She then informs him that he could have lived if he had just accepted being under delusions of grandeur, meaning that his Heroic Willpower as the Overseer was All for Nothing. The drowning then continues with her ordering the SWAT team to end his life, as he spends his last minutes fighting with all of his might to no avail, until his body goes limp. As if that wasn't enough, his last thoughts can be drawn to utter misery, pain, and emptiness in failing to stop this villainous organisation, besides Elijah. And he knows that when his life fades away, Joseph will become an orphan. In the end, David was proved horrifyingly wrong when he said, nineteen years ago, that "heroes don't get killed like [his near-childhood drowning]", and that normal people can.
Nightmare Fuel / Glass
"This is where they will paint you with big eyes and bubbles of confusion above your head."
— Elijah Price / Mr. Glass to Pierce