Silent Hill: Revelation 3D


Duff videogame sequel

Thanks Konami: your best game franchise dies a little more now that you’ve given the green light to this dog’s breakfast of a film sequel.
Revelation 3D takes the Sean Bean character from 2006’s part one, turns him into Harry Mason from the first game and gives him an adopted daughter (Adelaide Clemens), who heads to Silent Hill when dad goes missing.
The nurse-monsters look cool - think HR Giger in Ann Summers kit - but the plot and burning fairgrounds are so OTT they dispel any chill factor.
For all the exposition about ancient curses there’s no lifting the one that videogame adaptations tend to stink.

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    • FBJRider

      Nov 3rd 2012, 15:03


      I thought this film might be quite good for a video game adaption. The first one was decent. This one didn't feel like it was an adaption, it felt like I was watching someone play a game, I kept thinking I should have a pad in my hand. One of the things that spoilt it the most was the guy, he knew 'Heather' for less than a day and he was going all Edward Cullen on her. Also what was with Bean's accent, he's a great actor and probably could have saved this mess had he have tried, I guess he just knew it was a worthless film so there was no reason to try.

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    • marc96

      Nov 3rd 2012, 17:45

      had a feeling this was going to bad by how long it took for total film or empire to put a review up, i went to see this thinking i was going to be watching one of the worst movies ever made, i think because i was thinking this i left the cinema thinking it was just ok, not good but not anywhere near the level of awfulness like keith lemon movie

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