Silent Hill: Revelation

2012

Action / Adventure / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

353
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 5%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 36%
IMDb Rating 5 10 54698

Synopsis


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Cast

Carrie-Anne Moss as Claudia Wolf
Kit Harington as Vincent
Sean Bean as Harry
Malcolm McDowell as Leonard
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1.52 GB
1920*800
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 4 / 30
747.70 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 21 / 144
1.50 GB
1920*1080
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 17 / 150

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Axl Angulo 1 / 10

At least the first movie tried

I walked into this film very open-minded. I absolutely loved the first Silent Hill film, directed by Christophe Gans. Even though the script and story were not exactly what we would call revolutionary, the film still did a great effort in making it as faithful to the original game, while mostly dealing with the adaptation issues in a satisfying manner. The acting was great from most parties, effects were visually appealing and overall, it's a very well made and under-appreciated film (i.m.o., of course). How did they mess it up?

For the first time ever, I was excited about a video-game movie. After all, every other video-game movie had been utter garbage before the original Silent Hill film. However, this is not the case for its sequel Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is simply a 180 on what the first film accomplished. The intent in the first movie was clear: create a movie that will be as faithful as it can to the original game and still create an entertaining film. The intent for the second film, on the other hand, was: Cash in as much money from a respected video-game series.

This film was plagued by a terrible script, bad pacing, horrible editing, dumb jump scares (I'm looking at you, Pop Tart jump scare), cheap effects (especially the bland 3D ones), and poor acting (which I blame on the script, mostly). The worst part of it all is that they didn't care about adapting it correctly from the source material. Instead, they opted for trying to change the story.

Just skip this film. It's not worth your time. If you're looking to at least get a decent Silent Hill experience, watch the film. If you want to get the full deal, play the first four games (and maybe Shattered Memories and Downpour at that).

Reviewed by destinylives52 6 / 10

The Video Games Are Better

The second movie to try to capitalize on the hit, video game series "Silent Hill," "Silent Hill: Revelation" has a father and daughter (played by Sean Bean and Adelaide Clemens, respectively) forced to go back to a place where evil waits to be unleashed upon the entire world. Clemens knows she is the key to the release of this great evil, but she risks it all to save her father. Into the nightmarish world of Silent Hill she goes, where failure will doom her and the world into an eternity of hell.

My most memorable, movie moment of "Silent Hill: Revelation" is the scene when Clemens' sort of love interest — played by Kit Harrington — sees some weird and scary stuff in Clemens' apartment. Having known her for less than a day, and having been warned by Clemens that Harrington does not want to know her, he still stays with her and helps her! He's either an extremely nice guy or extremely horny. As it turns out, there is another reason for his decision to stick it out with her.

The biggest flaw of "Silent Hill: Revelation" is that it's not scary enough. I've played some of the "Silent Hill" video games…those were scary as hell (I played them in the dark). The movie's focus is on action instead of palpable dread and terror, giving the audience a lot of eye candy at the expense of horror. This is an inexcusable failure on the writer, the director, and the studio. All they had to do was follow what the video games did. Simple, right? Apparently, not for some people. There's a saying: "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

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Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 3 / 10

Wow are people kind

With a 5% on RottenTomatoes, I'm really impressed at how people are a lot nicer to this film here. Well, a 5.0's still a pretty low score, but still. Anyway, this is an embarrassing and unnecessary sequel to one of the uh, least awful video game movies ever made. The 3D really comes off as gaudy in this. It can be so distracting when you don't have any glasses. Maybe this is why I'm not into 3-D. Pyramid Head does in fact appear, but only in brief bits. As the movie ends, he briefly fights the main villain...for some reason. I don't really know why. This has one of the most pointless after credits scene as it's just ten seconds of him walking around.

It was hard to understand what was going on in this movie. The plot is that this girl is moving around the country with her father who murdered a guy. Her father is kidnapped and she has to go to Silent Hill. This movie just hit it with the clichés. They have the writing in blood, the evil clown, the omnious dreams, basically everything you'd expect in a bad movie like this. I know that tropes are not clichés. These are just done so predictably they are clichés. I knew this guy introduced in school would be a main character. I knew Alessa would say they were already in Hell. It's a stupid pointless movie everyone can skip. *1/2

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