Silent Hill - Revelation 2012

When her father disappears, Heather Mason is drawn into a strange and terrifying alternate reality that holds answers to the horrific nightmares that have plagued her since childhood.
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Strong horror violence and gore

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When her father disappears, Heather Mason is drawn into a strange and terrifying alternate reality that holds answers to the horrific nightmares that have plagued her since childhood.

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90mins

Critic Reviews

  • Running up that hill – Silent Hill: Revelation Review

    Silent Hill: Revelation is quite an amazing achievement. It manages to not only contort itself into a form that is simultaneously convoluted and stupid but it also skilfully avoids any audience eng...

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  • A worthy sequel to the 1st and is based off Silent Hill 3 on the PS2 very loosely. Decent cast and plenty of action but a viewing of part one is a must even tho it explains well how it ties together. Sadly open for a sequel and a part 3 based off Bean's quest would be nice but I really enjoyed this.

  • LOVED it! After reading some reviews before watching this sequel I was honestly afraid it'll be bad, but I gave it a go and I wasn't disappointed at all! The first one was more horrific, this one is more revealing secrets etc.

  • I really found this hard to follow. It was just so,so,i cannot say it is a must watch. I found it very low grade .

  • It was ok, but the story was confusing at times. Good cast though.

  • Boring, poorly-written mess of a sequel that wastes a really good cast. It trips over itself constantly trying to tie itself into the previous film as well as elements from the games. If it had stuck to being a new stand-alone SILENT HILL movie and had streamlined the incoherent, overly-complicated plot it may have had a chance at being a decent movie. To his credit writer-director Michael J. Bassett seems pretty aware of the movie's shortcomings, which he discusses with admirable candour in the commentary.

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