November 2nd, 2012, by Rob

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a 2012 3D horror film directed and written by Michael J. Bassett and a sequel to the horror film Silent Hill. Revelation 3D stars Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Deborah Kara Unger, Martin Donovan, Malcolm McDowell, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Sean Bean, and is based on the survival horror video game Silent Hill 3 by Konami. Revelation 3D’s plot follows teenager Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) who 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 fictitious American town of Silent Hill.




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Following the previous film, Rose Da Silva (Radha Mitchell) and her daughter Sharon (Erin Pitt) are trapped in Silent Hill, an alternate dimension shrouded in falling ash. Rose contacts her husband Christopher (Sean Bean) in the real world through a mirror and manages to send Sharon to him using an amulet. Rose remains behind to distract the cult that wants Sharon. Sharon has no memory of the events in Silent Hill, and Christopher lies to her that her mother died in a car accident.

Years later, a teenage Sharon (Adelaide Clemens) and her father live under the assumed identities of Heather and Harry Mason respectively. The pair are constantly relocating and altering their identity to hide from the cult. Heather suffers from recurring nightmares of herself in the Silent Hill amusement park where she is set on fire by the evil Alessa. During her journey to school, Heather is questioned about her identity by Douglas Cartland (Martin Donovan), a private investigator hired by the cult, but Heather avoids the situation. At school she meets Vincent (Kit Harrington), another student who she runs into after the school transforms into a nightmarish alternate reality. After school she again sees Douglas, and calls her father. After the call, Harry is abducted by an unseen force. Later, Heather waits at a mall for Harry when reality again shifts, unleashing monstrous creatures. After evading the monsters Heather encounters Douglas who is killed by a monster and dragged away. After returning to the real world, Heather finds Douglas’ corpse and flees.

Heather returns home and finds a message painted on the wall: “Come to Silent Hill”. Accompanied by Vincent, she collects the amulet and the pair flee to Silent Hill as police arrive. There, Vincent reveals that he is cult leader Claudia Wolf’s (Carrie-Anne Moss) son, sent to bring Heather to the cult, but he is unwilling to because she is the good half of Alessa. The town transforms into the nightmare dimension, and Vincent informs Heather that she is the one responsible for altering the reality and directs Heather to Claudia’s father Leonard Wolf, who is locked in an asylum. Vincent is grabbed by a monster and Heather is knocked unconscious.

She wakes up in the ash-shrouded Silent Hill and meets Alessa’s mother Dahlia (Deborah Kara Unger). Heather asks about her father’s whereabouts and the other half of the amulet, but Dahlia reveals that Heather is the daughter of Alessa, then tells her to take cover as the darkness approaches. Meanwhile, Vincent is denounced as a traitor by the cult for trying to save Heather. Claudia then orders her men to take Vincent to the asylum to be “cured”.

In the asylum, Heather meets Leonard (Malcolm McDowell), who tells her that Claudia locked him up because she thought he was infected with darkness. Leonard explains that the amulets purpose is to “expose the true nature of things” and drives Heather’s amulet into his chest, where its other half lies. The amulet reforms and Leonard is transformed into a monster, but Heather defeats him and extracts the whole amulet. Heather is then captured by the patients. The monster Pyramid Head arrives and fights off the patients, saving Heather. Heather finds Vincent strapped to a gurney surrounded by monstrous nurses. Heather frees him and they escape. The pair eventually arrive at the amusement park, where Harry is held captive by the cult. Vincent uses himself as a distraction for Claudia’s guards, allowing Heather into the park.

Heather is confronted by Alessa and they fight for dominance, with Heather overcoming Alessa and absorbing her. Heather then finds the cult along with Claudia, Vincent, and Harry. Claudia says that Heather was brought back to not only destroy Alessa, but to serve as the incubator that will birth their god, who will cleanse the world of sin. Claudia touches the amulet and she is transformed into a monster, the same creature that killed Douglas and previously attacked Heather. She tries to kill Heather, but Pyramid Head intervenes and decapitates Claudia.

With the cult destroyed and Alessa’s justice served, the ashes stop falling on the town. Harry chooses to remain in Silent Hill to find Rose. Heather and Vincent walk out of Silent Hill and back into the real world where they get a ride from a man named Travis Grady. He drives the pair away as several police cars and a prison bus travel into Silent Hill, and ash begins to fall.




Movie2k Watch Movies – Silent Hill Revelation 3D Cast

Adelaide Clemens as Sharon Da Silva / Heather Mason / Memory of Alessa
Kit Harington as Vincent
Carrie-Anne Moss as Claudia Wolf
Sean Bean as Christopher Da Silva / Harry Mason
Malcolm McDowell as Leonard Wolf
Peter Outerbridge as Travis Grady
Radha Mitchell as Rose Da Silva
Deborah Kara Unger as Dahlia Gillespie
Martin Donovan as Douglas Cartland
Erin Pitt as Alessa Gillespie / Young Sharon Da Silva
Heather Marks as Suki
Roberto Campanella as Pyramid Head
Jason Best as The Butcher
Rachel Sellan as Mannequin Girl
James Kirchner as Grey Man

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Silent Hill Revelation 3D Development

Following the release of Silent Hill, Christophe Gans, its director, reported that a sequel “is officially ordered and is already well underway”. However, he then declined to direct a sequel, stating he “had other projects in mind.” Michael J. Bassett then took over writing and directing duties. Silent Hill’s writer Roger Avary had planned to return to the sequel, before his arrest in 2008 for vehicular manslaughter. Michael J. Bassett later replaced Gans and Avary as writer and director.

In 2009, video game artist Masahiro Ito, who participated in the development of multiple installments of the Silent Hill series of video games, was asked to design the creatures and the look of the “Otherworld” dimension featured in the film, but declined the offer because of other obligations. Jeff Danna and Akira Yamaoka composed the film’s soundtrack.

Prior to the start of Silent Hill: Revelation 3D’s filming, Bassett expressed in his official blog his openness to fans’ suggestions of whom to cast as main protagonist Heather Mason, provided that the actress would provide a realistic portrayal of an eighteen-year-old and that she would be “known”, with the existence of a page on her on the website Internet Movie Database also cited as a requirement. Australian actress Adelaide Clemens was eventually cast in the role.

Silent Hill Revelation 3D Filming

Principal photography began in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on March 7, 2011 and wrapped in May 2011, with the 3D RED Epic camera used for the process. Street and bridge scenes were shot in Galt from March 21 to March 26 and scenes set at Silent Hill’s Lakeside Amusement Park were filmed at the Cherry Beach park on April 7, 2011. The final theatrical mix for the film was completed on February 2, 2012.

Movie2k Watch Movies – Silent Hill Revelation 3D Release

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D received its premier in Hong Kong on 25 October 2012. Its US premier, released through Open Road Films, was on October 26, 2012. Two clips were screened at San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 and a trailer was published on July 27, 2012.

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Silent Hill Revelation 3D Box Office

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D opened at #5 at the box office, taking in an opening weekend gross of $8 million.

Silent Hill Revelation 3D Critical Reception

Silent Hill: Revelation is universally panned from critics. It currently holds a 5% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 39 reviews with the consensus stating: “Featuring weak characters, an incomprehensible plot, and a decided shortage of scares, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a mediocre effort even by the standards of video game adaptations.” IGN gave it a rating of 4.5/10, saying “Silent Hill Revelation 3D is an inferior sequel in every way, shape and form, a horror sequel that fails to either intrigue or scare, and one that just might have killed the franchise cold-dead.” Metacritic’s aggregated score based on ten professional reviews is 16/100.





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