Silent Hill - Revelation 3D: "Promise Me You'll Never Go To Silent Hill"

Director: Michael J. Bassett
Writer:    Michael J. Bassett
Starring: Adelaide Clemens
                Kit Harington
                Sean Bean
                Carrie Anne Moss
                 Malcolm McDowell
                 Martin Donovan
                Radha Mitchell
                Erin Pitt
Rating:     *

Release Date: Out Now

It has been 6 years since the first Silent Hill movie was released, and to be completely truthful, I do not see the point in this sequel being made. Based on the popular, and actually scary, video game of the same name, this seems like a desperate ploy to cash in some money, but considering it has been released so long after the less than entertaining original; it is a genuine disaster.

Kit Harington & Adelaide Clemens
It's years later, and young Sharon (Clemens) is now a teenager, who is living under some sort of protection program with her dad Christopher (Bean). Since the tragic events of the first film, she has been grieving the loss of her mother (Mitchell), whilst protected by a web of lies her dad has created. There is a huge load of incoherent jibber-jabber in the middle, and seeing as it is just ridiculously confusing and uninteresting I shall skip it. Soon her mind begins to take over and she is transported back to Silent Hill,, where many supposedly scary monsters (including the menacing pyramid-head) begin to attack her and try to keep her there with them.

It's all done in an incredibly cheap way, where poor CGI and god awful 3D technology wreak havoc on our eyes and basically suck any potential for enjoyment from the stale script and poor acting choices. The direction is lazy, and our star just seems to run around for how ever long the film is, with no real goal at the end of it. It is all in all a cinematic disaster; and if I could, I would gladly unsee it.

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D - Trailer


  1. I thought it was enjoyable, not scary, but still interesting.Definitely in my top 5.


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