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Silent Hill: Revelation (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)

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Return to a place of insanity and blood-curdling chills in this shocking sequel to one of the most surreal and gruesome horror films ever created. Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) and her father (Sean Bean) have always tried to stay one step ahead of the malevolent forces intent on their destruction. But on the eve of her 18th birthday, a dangerous revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her in a nightmarish landscape forever. Based on the hugely popular video game series and written and directed by Michael J. Bassett (Deathwatch), it’s a psychological trip into absolute terror unlike anything you’ve ever known.

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At a time when the horror genre was trending towards minimalist Blair Witchisms, 2006's video game adaptation Silent Hill stood out as a nicely overt in-your-face shock, blending some remarkably icky creature effects with an unsettling dream logic designed to keep the audience in a constant state of wobble. (To steal a quote from drive-in movie maven Joe Bob Briggs, it was a movie where absolutely anything could happen at any time.) Silent Hill: Revelation, as indicated in the subhead, aims to unlock some of the mystery surrounding the franchise, a move that unfortunately dissolves much of the previous installment's operatic, Dario Argento-inspired vibe. That said, even if it can't replicate the original's unnervingly oogy surrealism, it still retains enough of the source material's grotty what-the-heck-was-that essence to warrant a watch. Making a valiant effort at combining the third game of the series with the plotline of the first film (original heroine Radha Mitchell makes an eyeblink cameo), the story follows a teenage girl (Adelaide Clemens) on the run with her father (the returning Sean Bean) while haunted by memories of the titular haunted town. When her dad disappears, she must return to Silent Hill to face her fears, the majority of which take the form of gloppy latex creatures. Writer-director Michael J. Bassett (Solomon Kane) has assembled an intriguingly bizarre cast to populate his freak show, with respected folks such as Malcolm McDowell, Martin Donovan, and a nearly unrecognizable Carrie-Anne Moss all diving into the weirdness with gusto. (Game of Thrones fans should note that Kit Harington, a.k.a. Jon Snow, also makes a rare beardless appearance.) Unfortunately, the scenes where things aren't oozing out of the walls prove to be rather flat, with dialogue that falls below the level of even most video game adaptations. Thankfully, however, Bassett's film proves much more successful when trotting out the monsters, with the freaky nurses and Giant Pyramid Heads from the original sharing the stage with some worthy new critters, most notably a showstopping Aracno-Mannequin thing that delivers a welcome dose of nightmare fuel. For those weary of the briefly glimpsed horrors of found footage, they should find that this delivers the goods, big as life and twice as ugly. --Andrew Wright

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    • Actors: Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington
    • Directors: Michael J. Bassett
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Ultraviolet, AC-3, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, Spanish
    • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
    • Number of discs: 2
    • Rated: R (Restricted)
    • Studio: Open Road
    • DVD Release Date: February 12, 2013
    • Digital Copy Expiration Date: April 30, 2015 (Click here for more information)
    • Run Time: 95 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (377 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00A2H9LK6
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,668 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    39 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Ben Dunne on December 11, 2012
    Format: DVD
    When the original Silent Hill movie was released, I was more than a little bit skeptical. I mean, how could you possibly capture the relentlessy terrifying atmosphere of the games and transfer it successfully over to film? Fair enough, the film wasn't nearly as scary or as engrossing as the games were, but for a movie based on a videogame, it was surprisingly good, great even.
    The success of the original silent hill movie made me hopeful that the sequel would be just as good, if not better than the first film. And while Silent Hill Revelation never quite scales the heights reached by the original film, it's an enjoyable tale with some very impressive and spooky moments sprinkled throughout.
    First thing I have to commend are some of the casting choices. The gorgeous Adelaide Clemens is perfectly cast as Heather and I can't think of anyone more fitting to play the silent hill 3 heroine. Sean Bean was criticised in the original movie for his poor american accent. However he performs much more admirably in Revelation and his British accent is almost impossible to detect. One cast member who didn't impress me however, was Kit Harington, better known as Jon Snow in HBO's stunning drama series, Game Of Thrones. While Kit is excellent in GOT, he basically sleepwalks through this movie, with poor line delivery and some scenes where he just seems to not be putting any effort into his role. But overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the acting quality in the film.
    A lot of the plot will be familiar to anyone who has played silent hill 3 but there are enough differences to keep the story interesting to even those who have completed the game multiple times. Without spoiling anything, Heather Mason and her father Harry(not their real names.
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark in Pa. on April 29, 2013
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    Story takes a complete 360 degree flip from the first movie. To put it simply who is the good guys and who are the bad guy's. If you ask me the writer was sniffing glue on this one. In the first movie the crazy cult church people were the bad guys, and this one was the little girl. The writer was just trying to drag out a second movie from what was a decent story and botched it all up. I know he was trying to answer questions from the first movie, but sometimes it's better to leave it to the imagination. This movie was boring and drug out, rent it but I wouldn't buy it.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kipchak on April 23, 2013
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    Unless you love the video game then you may be pleased it stayed somewhat true to story. But, for movie goers that just loved the first movie, you might not like this one because it's just not the same.
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kat D on November 13, 2012
    Format: Blu-ray
    DH & I went and seen this last night, it is way better than the first. Some people are upset that it follows the plot of the game (#3) loosely, and if you are expecting an original horror story, you'd better go elsewhere. But if you want to return to Silent Hill, and see all the horror in HD instead of PS2 graininess, this is the movie for you. The nurses and mannequins are especially well done. I was a bit disappointed that it is only 95 minutes long, they could have easily added another 30 minutes of plot from the game.

    **************SPOILERS*************

    Did anyone else find it weird that she was sitting on her dad's lap? Maybe it's just me, but I outgrew that when I was about 9. In the movie she is supposed to be about 16/17 I think, it really creeped me out. (in the game she is in her 20's?)

    I loved how she put that bully in her place at school. lolz

    They could have done away with her "defeating" Alessa at the carousel, and just had her merge back with herself. Would have made more sense that having a metaphysical showdown with herself. Especially since there is no info conveyed besides a couple of lines and facial expressions. These kinds of scenes work in books, not so much in movies.

    I'm guessing from the ending there will be another Silent Hill sometime, but I don't know if they plan on using the plot from the second game (which wouldn't make any sense at all) or if they are going to write an original third film. I haven't played any of the newer Silent Hill games, so I don't know if they have anything to do with Heather or Harry.
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    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Fiontar McEoghan on February 18, 2013
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    As a stand alone film, Silent Hill: Revelation is just barely "O.K.". More a 2 /12 star film than a three star, even by horror movie standards.

    The first half of the movie was somewhat promising, but IMO it completely went off the rails once the movie returned to Silent Hill. Better than a lot of the horror popping up on the various streaming services, but very clearly a "direct to video" quality of offering.

    As a real fan of the original movie, however, I was completely disappointed with the film. The writer/director completely missed the mark on all the things that made the original engaging. The visuals were in the same style, but clearly not on par with the quality of effects in the first movie. The sense of tension, suspense and "creepiness" factor of the original were absent. Alessa, the "demon child" from the original is barely represented in the movie and a "key showdown" with the characters fell so completely flat that it was sadly laughable.

    After watching this film, I couldn't help but be reminded of another horror film sequel, "The Ring 2". Just as with "The Ring", this film was such a vast failure as a sequel that it has virtually guaranteed that a once promising franchise will die a whimpering death.
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