Conclusion: Brace yourselves for a sequel so bad, so dysfunctional that the scariest thing about it is the prospect of watching it in its entirety. If I didn't have a review to write, I don't know that I would have subjected myself to the full 95-minutes of Revelation , much less its 2D and 3D versions.
Conclusion: A sequel to 2006's horror movie based on the popular survival videogame series, 'Silent Hill: Revelation' puts creative visual design ahead of plot and engaging characters. Relying heavily on a pre-existing fanbase and an audience familiar with the game for its success, the movie comes with a...
Review: Silent Hill's only Revelation is that it's terrible
26 October 2012
Excerpt: The first Silent Hill film straddled the not-so-fine line between horror cult classic and an abortion of filmmaking. It took the imagery of the Silent Hill games, the hell world, and its psychological horror creatures to the big screen in fine form.
Excerpt: Video game adaptations aren’t exactly known for their careful plots or meticulous tying of loose ends. Entries into the genre are ordinarily more concerned with maximizing the frenzied action, and up to a certain point, that’s an understandable choice.
Excerpt: The overlooked upside to unconventional horror sequels like Halloween 3 —series entries that throw away everything that came before them, and embark on bold new paths—is that they aren’t beholden to the kind of convoluted mythology that can bog down horror franchises.
Conclusion: The first film was imperfect but solid as game-adaps go and fans revelled in its clammy shocks. No such luck this time out. Director Bassett oversees a vaporous horror sequel that rarely raises the pulse.
Summary: In Silent Hill: Revelation 3D wordt Heather achtervolgd door bizarre nachtmerries uit haar verleden. Als haar vader verdwijnt gaat ze de strijd aan met de demonen uit haar verleden en dat leidt tot in de hel en tot in Silent Hill. Helaas is het geheel zeer teleurstellend.