Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a 2012 horror feature film written and directed by Michael J. Bassett, Revelation 3D is based on the survival horror video game Silent Hill 3 and a sequel to the horror film Silent Hill, which is an adaptation of the video game of the same name.
Teenager Heather Mason discovers on the eve of her eighteenth birthday that her presumed identity is false and as a result is drawn to an alternate dimension existing in the fictional American town of Silent Hill…
“The performances range from acceptable (Clemens) to cringe-inducingly awful (Kit Harington); the dialogue is plagued with clunky exposition; and the film ends with a laughably clumsy creature scrap. The 3D is occasionally quite effective, but the light loss is a real problem in a film this dark. If there was any hope of Revelation resurrecting the big-screen Silent Hill franchise unfortunately this is too little, too late.” Jordan Farley, SFX
“Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a mixed bag of creepy and downright captivating visual set-pieces coupled with melodramatic dialogue and an overly-complicated storyline. For every interesting creature moment that Bassett presents, there’s one or two lengthy scenes of convoluted and campy exposition that, instead of heightening the tension, deliver eye-rolling exchanges and provide unintentional laughs.” Ben Kendrick, ScreenRant
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