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Plot: Heather Mason and her father have been on the run, always one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn't fully understand, Now on the eve of her 18th birthday, plagued by horrific nightmares and the disappearance of her father, Heather discovers she's not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her forever. Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 25 Oct 2012
Just what we all expected... (by youknow_thatshot)
And I am talking not only from the fans of the video games and the first movie... Also horror films fans. OK... first we have to state something... this movie was not made to win an Oscar, or will bring the revolution of horror genre films, not, it's good on it's own purpose and market.I saw the movie in 3D on the only advanced screening here in Mexico, it was pretty cool, pretty funny, let me satisfied and I don't know why the hell every critics are complaining about it...Let's start, I have to admit it's not the best movie that has been made, yeah... the script is cheesy <more>
and the story develops in and incredible amount of short time, but it had what I wished for, as a DEVOTED fan of Silent Hill franchise, I saw a LOT of references to the game and other Silent Hill titles, as a fan of the first movie, it's a coherent sequel, maybe the story is obviously not the most brilliant, but come on! We are here to watch a 3D ride through hell aren't we? And that's just what we got, I felt as if I was high the entire movie! actually I wasn't the CGI and 3D are AMAZING, really, the visuals, as the first movie, are the best part, disturbing images and believe me, much bloodier that the first one... The acting is also good, it's just that I felt that the movie went so fast that we can't feel love for anyone but Heather Adelaide Clemens has my 100% approval as Heather the music is really good also, for the ones that are expecting to hear again a lot of tracks taken direct from the games, you will be disappointed, most of tracks are remixed themes from Silent Hill 3 & 2, but it works well...Another thing I wanted to point is the 3D, really, don't judge the movie just because it's in 3D! it's amazing, the ashes falling and the otherworld shifting are just amazing coming out from screenI would just complain about the cliché 3D scenes, of blood and stuff coming out from the screen, they are lazy, but doesn't make the movie sucks... and the length.... a lot of scenes, characters and monsters had a lot of potential but the movie was too short to developBut I enjoyed it, a lot, was a cool acid like trip on the theater, really, not the best story, but actually felt like the 3D ride through hell they promised since the beginning ; Funny? Yes : Scary? For Silent Hill standards no, for general audience yes : Disturbing? As the first one... Good? IMO yes : & Yes, my account is brand new, not fake, and Open Road didn't pay me to write a good review of the movie, I created this account just to rate this movie and write about, only my opinion about it : For me, along with Sinister, the best horror movie of this Halloween season, don't miss the 3D!
The Silent Hill Film You've Been Waiting For And An All Out Solid Horror FIlm. (by SilentHylian)
My review won't matter to many of you, but for anyone who remembers, I've been talking about Silent Hill on the IMDb for 8 years since pre-production was announced in 2004 on the first movie. I had the highest hopes that Gans would deliver and he fell just sort of doing so. His only real mistake was neglecting one key mood element that made the source material so compelling - the sense of complete isolation in a terrifying environment. In populating the first film with so many cast and background, the comfortable sensation of safety in numbers overruled and even made any terror <more>
experienced feel satyrical by comparison "Anna. My name is Anna." . I argued then that simply lessening the amount of background cast and extras would be the only solution to that in future sequels. Michael J. Bassett has proved me wrong. The solution was simply lessening the frequency of these participants and onlookers appearances to make them feel distant and foreboding. Even the first film's Miners which I felt were simply revolting worked well with some thoughtful explanations of their presence. This sort of forethought populates some of the film's best made decisions, and forces even better performances out of heretofore throwaway characters like Deborah Kara Unger's now extraordinary Dahlia Gillespie. Kudos also to the wardrobe departments equally toned-down styling, which made her character so much more accessible and even pitiable though still equally irredeemable. Some die-hard SiIent Hill fans may take issue with several liberties Bassett has taken with iconic characters like Claudia, and probably most noticeably Vincent, who has been all but completely rewritten. I would, to those who take issue however, recommend some serious reflection on whether or not those choices made for a narrative that felt simply more plausible or authentic, while never veering toward anything remotely linear in terms of storytelling. Serious accolades belong to the Visual FX team and practical FX Makeup teams as well. The essence, the terror of the game, is communicated consistently and aggressively without ever feeling anything short of entirely immersive. Use of the newest 3D cameras was clearly a thoughtful and effective choice, making it the most successful 3D-filmed movie to date. This only makes it the most successful video game adaptation of all time, unequivocally, simply in terms of total immersion in a hostile environment. Silent Hill Revelation fulfills my sincerest wish: that the most hauntingly tragic, terrifying and sacrilegious to those who view common, historical/mythological thought as holy horror story of all time could be translated through the ever-diminishing art of motion picture successfully. It has. It seamlessly inserts itself into a canon of horror film genres the likes of Hellraiser and Martrys. An extraordinary production by an extraordinary, and relatively new, auteur director. Not to be missed.
***minor spoiler alert***It is the audience's opinion that really matters; not the opinion of those who are paid to proclaim the views of who pays them. In the critic's eye, this film has to overcome a lot of adversity. First of all it is a video game adaptation, therefore the critics will meticulously compare it to the game, and since it was an incredible game franchise, it has some high standards. Another thing is that it is a horror film; horror films tend to be over picked at, and judged with no mercy. Finally we come to the fact that it is a new director; critics will destroy <more>
these directors unless they make Oscar material films, and Silent Hill Revelation may never see an Oscar; the only way it may is with the acting performance by Adelaide Clemens, which was very notable.The acting is a major step up from the first film, as the characters were believable, compelling and interesting, and the deliverance was incredible. The suspense is riveting if you find yourself enthralled by the story, but the film is tailored for an audience that already knows the story which can be a hindrance to new-comers. The sets were well done, and much better than the first film in which most of the first film was shot on a sound stage with CGI. The director is new, and it is noticeable; there are more jump scares in this film then there needs to be, which is what a new director would define as scary when really it's just cliché. The ominous soundtrack makes its return, and it is so very welcomed; such a perfect, creepy sound that brings the film to life. Again, the deliverance of the acting performances is the key to this film, and the music accents that very well.This film stays true to the story the first film created, as well as staying true to the video game Silent Hill 3. It was a tough task to tie the end of the first film into the beginning of this film while keeping the story of the third game in-tact. Although the transition between the two films wasn't seamless, it was definitely the most optimum way it could have been done. Before watching this film, some questions may come up like how is Chris Da Silva the same person as Harry Mason? And how is Heather Mason connected to him? You must trust that these questions and more will be answered, and those answers are believable. The protagonist and the antagonist are both the same in the film as they are in the third game, and Heather's outfit will make any Silent Hill gamer immediately recognize this. The monsters were paramount to the film; they were creepy, ominous, and just messed up. The monsters added a presence to the film that is portrayed through the horrors and screams of the characters, they were very well done. Red Pyramid is featured in a more prominent role, and the nurses are more "deadly" this time round. The new monsters will leave you enthralled, begging for more. Finally we come to Alessa, although her time in the film is limited, she will creep you out as only she can. Some of the best lines of the film are voiced by Alessa, reminding us of parts of the first film with remnants of that deranged little girl still inside her.Every film has shortcomings and Silent Hill Revelations has fell victim to this fact, as has every other film in history; you can't please everyone, after all nothing is perfect. The audience will not like the lack of Alessa, she is an integral character and should have an integral role. The lack of adventure will be a problem as well, Heather seemed to know exactly where to go at all times, something that an extra twenty minutes of run time could have fixed. And one more hindrance is the jump scares, they do not interrupt or ruin the viewing experience in any way, the only problem seems to be that a Silent Hill film should scare you by disturbing your moral fibre with brutality and sadism, not by jumping out at you. The beautiful thing about this film is that it recognizes the shortcomings and provides explanation with in the plot, the facts are in the dialogue and recognized by the characters, being dealt with accordingly. Another great thing about this film is that it avoids the stereotypical "this film is 3D" moments, not tailoring the film to be 3D, but rather just having the 3D exist naturally.Overall, this film is fantastic. Coming from a dedicated Silent Hill fan: it was so enjoyable, as I was glued to the screen the whole time, and left wondering when am I going to see it again. It is a great watch, and it is a great continuance of the first film, as well as a great adaptation of the third game. The critics bash this film, yet it has a very solid rating from the audience; with IMDb currently sitting at 7.2/10, which is an accomplishment among films. The box office results will silence the critics as they did last time around. After all, I just watched Silent Hill's sequel; something the critics proclaimed would never happen. Why should we start listening to them now when they were so wrong before? The Silent Hill fans will love this film, the critics will hate this film, and the new-comers will enjoy the ride. Go to hell critics.
Couldn't it have been longer? (by bearfaceproductions)
I mean come on this movie was thrilling from the beginning to the end. non-stop horror thrill ride. I am a fan of the games and I gotta say I was really surprised with this installment based on the fact that Gans didn't direct this one. Though my only complain is the run time of the film. It felt that the script was so rushed and it was trying to cover up many story lines from the game and the first film that could leave many non-silent hill video game fans very confused, but the fan will know exactly what's going on. It was tied up nicely to the first film but left many loose ends, <more>
but it's not something a third movie couldn't fix.For video game fans: It's just as faithful to the game as the first movie was faithful to the first game think about it . The movie ran in the same order as it did in the video game, and contains so many references for the third game installment. As for the atmosphere it was a bit tame compared to the games, but still chilling. The acting was pretty decent and the special effects were amazing. It's thrills it's what mostly stands out from the film, it has its scary moments and a horrifying atmosphere. It's bloodier than the first one. Though I was kinda left out with a feeling wanting for more, I wasn't satisfied enough, which is why I'm desperately calling out for another installment, I mean this franchise can be just as successful as Resident Evil.If you liked the first one, you'll like this one too, especially if your a fan of the game. If you're not a fan of the games, then I don't think you'll get quite as much thrills as I got.
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D was my movie event of the year, and when i saw it, i wasn't let down. I'm a little confused as to why the movie is getting such horrible reviews even from fans of the series , but that's their opinions. I personally found this movie absolutely amazing and exciting. I found the story to follow the actual Silent Hill 3 game quite well, and I enjoyed all the little nods and references to other games from the series, especially the creepy reference to Downpour at the end. I found the effects a joy and i was often marveling at them, especially the <more>
"world peeling away" effect, which was downright crazy. The acting was great to me, I seriously am baffled as to why people are saying it has such bad acting. While some changes made from the game to the movie were a little questionable, i still found the movie enjoyable and wonderful. It balanced jump-scares and creepy-scares wonderfully. And the 3D was by far the best 3D i've ever witnessed. I always felt like i could just reach out and grab the ashes falling from the sky. The immersiveness was unbeatable. A very unforgettable movie for me.
Perfect video-game based movie. Perfect Silent Hill (by igor150890)
I find Silent Hill: Revelation to be just perfect for the movie based on Silent Hill 3 and on the video game on the whole. Adelaide Clemens looks and acts absolutely like Heather from the video game. The setting is horrifying enough, white-gray foggy outside scenes follow rust-bloody shots of the inner side of the most scary and mysterious city. A lot of scenes are taken from the game, that's a nice gift for its fans. The plot is really interesting and twisty and it's understandable for everyone, not only video game fans who know the background of the story like it happened with the <more>
first movie . The script is well-thought out, the dialogues sound realistic, the connection to the first movie is clearly explained. Silent Hill 2 has not come down to just an expensive video clip full of visual effects like what happened to the latest Resident Evil movies where the whole script can be written on just one sheet of paper with the most informative dialogues being: "I need to recharge ammo", "Cover me" and "Run. I'll try and stall them to give you time to get clear." The monsters are disgusting and creepy, every motion they execute curdles the blood. The unceasing gritting sounds and even piano music create an atmosphere of true horror. I just think Silent Hill 2 could be a little bit longer, the time in the movie theatre passed too fast, but that's not a big bit of complaint. Well, I think it is a must-watch movie, containing a lot of outstanding features of the video game which can satisfy the most devoted fan of the game , but being a good independent movie for every horror lover to enjoy.
BEST VIDEO GAME - MOVIE adaption ever seen (by c_chaos_1313)
I must say that this has to be the best video game to movie adaption I have ever seen. First off, I am a major fan of the games. I have played them all more than once. Silent Hill was the first video game I ever owned and the first "adult" game I ever finished. So I'm automatically going to somewhat like the movie, just throwing it out there. The first Silent Hill movie was pretty good, although it strayed far away from the video game story at times and felt a little like a TV movie. The new Silent Hill movie, however, is a fangirl's dream come true. It is so true to the <more>
third game that I constantly found myself impressed by the scenes. If you love Silent Hill you will love this movie, if your not a fan of the games then you will probably think its a jumpy movie you didn't understand much of. But with it being said that I am a fan of the game, it impressed me greatly.
A Little Too Much Action, Not Enough Development (by serina25801)
Silent Hill: Revelation is a fangirl's haven. They even referenced TRAVIS! I freaked the hell out!! Granted, they changed quite a bit from the game and there were some things that were kinda "what?" with their changes. Full review and spoilers In the game, Harry is killed in their apartment when Heather gets back from her Nightmare at the mall. What drives her to Silent Hill is finding out WHY her father was killed and who she is. Vincent - you don't even really meet him until a third through the game, though I get why they introduced him like they did for the film. Then you <more>
have Douglas, who wasn't supposed to die that soon and actually helps Heather. He didn't help her in the slightest, so his character was just kinda there. And Claudia was the one that was supposed to actually off him after telling him what Heather was going to be used for. I was looking SO FORWARD to that!! Some pros were that the movie starts out similarly to the game, with her dreaming that she's at the Lakeside Amusement Park. What got confusing, though, was that Nightmare!Silent Hill was so prevalent and there wasn't a lot of the typical Silent Hill more on this later .I will say that, this time, Pyramid Head made sense. He didn't make sense at all in the first one, considering he's in the second game unrelated to the first and third games and is the manifestation of James' inner turmoil. They switched his meaning around to have him in this film, but it worked and you can tell that it was really something for the fans - to have Pyramid Head portrayed as he was. As a fan, I DIDN'T MIND AND I LOVED THE TAKE. There was a lot of action, which, while it's nice, it took away from the character development and the real dark feel of Silent Hill. The whole love of Silent Hill is being completely alone, trying to solve puzzles and figure out everything on your own, occasionally running into another person, but eventually just going your own way. That's what draws the fans to the series and why the first film was pretty damn good. Look, I've been a Silent Hill fan since the first game was released in the 90s and I even own the Silent Hill Play Novel - I taught myself to read Japanese all so I could play that game. Maybe I'm being a bit harsh, but then again . Like I said, there was a lot to put into one film from one of the best games in the series. It was an interesting take! And while I may not go to see it in theatres again, I will definitely be getting it when it comes out on DVD. Oh! They also had about five different rearrangements of "Never Forget Me, Never Forgive Me," each sounding wickedly awesome and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn was singing the ending theme. That just *made* it for me. I love that they use Akira Yamaoka's music in it. The music really does give the feel of Silent Hill.
I'd put it up there with the classic slasher films of the 80s like the 'A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET' and 'HELLRAISER' franchises! (by Hellmant)
'SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D': Four Stars Out of Five 3D sequel to the 2006 horror film based on the popular survival horror video game of the same name. It was written and directed by Michael J. Bassett and is based on the 'Silent Hill 3' video game. The film centers on the heroine's daughter from the first film, Sharon, who's now a young teen and lives with her father while constantly on the run from a ruthless cult. The cult wants Sharon back in the nightmarish alternate dimension world of 'Silent Hill', where her mother is still trapped. Radha Mitchell, who <more>
starred in the first film, only has a cameo in this chapter. Sean Bean and Deborah Kara Unger also reprise their roles from the first movie. They're joined by Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Carrie-Ann Moss, Martin Donovan and Malcolm McDowell. Horror fans are sure to be pleased with this installment as well as fans of the video games I've heard . I haven't played the games but being just a fan of artistic imaginative horror I thought it was quite an achievement.Heather Clemens is now turning 18 and after being on the run with her father, Harry Bean , for many years he goes missing. She's never fully understood who she is and why her father and her have been running from town to town. She doesn't remember 'Silent Hill' but has been tortured by nightmares of it for years. She soon discovers that the people of the alternate dimension town want her back. Her mom Mitchell has been captive there for years and now her father is as well. A young man named Vincent Harington who grew up in 'Silent Hill' has been sent to our world to help bring Heather back. Vincent is not a bad guy of course though and sees Heather's true beauty, so the two join forces in surviving 'Silent Hill' and unraveling it's mysteries.The film is like a true nightmare and is played out in beautifully grotesque elaborate detail; the set design, effects and 3D are all spectacular. It looks horrendous and really has that nightmarish feel to it. I'd put it up there with the classic slasher films of the 80s like the 'A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET' and 'HELLRAISER' franchises. It's every bit as creative and grotesque. The acting is all decent and the directing is fitting. The story is a little too rushed and fast paced but I've read it's really faithful to the video games and gives the fans just what they want to see. I know nothing about the games but I did like the original 'SILENT HILL' movie and would put this second installment right up there with it. It's a classic B slasher film done right.Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v sD9BHpPUnE8