Starring: Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Deborah Kara Unger, Martin Donovan, Malcolm McDowell, Carrie-Anne Moss and Sean Bean
Director: Michael J. Bassett
Running time: 94 minutes
Now showing in 3D at Cinema Magic, Metroplex Mall in Naalya
If you want to feel creepy, then tonight is your chance to get that spine-chill. Silent Hill: Revelation opens tonight at the all-new Cinema Magic, and in 3D, where you will be getting it all in three dimensions. It is the sequel to the 2003 movie titled Silent Hill.
It follows the story of a teenager called Clemens, acted by Heather who discovers that she is not who she is. She is an adopted girl that realises this on the eve of her 18th birthday. She is a resident of the fictitious American town of Silent Hill.
She has been trying to run away from Silent Hill with her friend, Chris, for six years, alongside her guardians. For their safety, they have been assuming different identities. Heather believes that they are on the run from the Police because Harry killed a man in self-defense and that her adoptive mother Rose died in a car crash.
Along the way Heather meets fellow student Vincent Cooper who is haunted by hallucinations of Silent Hill. Can she still call hIM friend, and how is she able to trust Vincent?
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D has received mixed reviews. Dean Boor from Shock Horror Magazine gave the film a five-star rating stating it was his Film Of The Year.
John Howard from media blog eatpraymedia.com gave the film two stars saying that even the most die-hard Silent Hill fans would struggle with the films “horrific dialogue” and lack of coherent story, but praised the film’s set design.