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Silent Hill: Revelation
Silent Hill Revelation
Actors: Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington
Director: Michael J. Bassett

     

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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 11/19/2013...
Sequel to the video-game based horror flick finds the little girl from the last film all grown up and entering the haunted town of Silent Hill again to rescue her father (Sean Bean). Where the first "S.H." flick was more of a psychological horror that depended on mood, "Revelation" is straight up action packed splatter/gore with a few moments that steal liberally from the Hellraiser franchise. It was obviously made on a much smaller budget than the original, but on the other hand it's easier to follow (and it's about a half hour shorter). I may be the only one, but I think I actually liked this better than the first "Silent Hill."
Ashlee W. from MANTUA, NJ
Reviewed on 2/4/2013...
The atmosphere of this film is accurate in comparison to the games. The writer and director did a decent enough job making a sequel story out of the last movie's plot, and trying to tie it in with one of the games at the same time. However, my biggest complaint is that they came up with their own original 'monsters' or just re-used ones from the first film. The original monsters were terribly done. I feel, as a big fan of the games, that using the monsters from the actual game would've made this a much better movie in the long run. Still, it was a fun watch and I'd probably watch it again.
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