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Acclaimed Video Game The Last Of Us Getting A Movie Adaptation

At this stage in the game, the "video game movie" genre is basically one of the most mysterious in Hollywood. From Super Mario Brothers in 1993 to Silent Hill: Revelation 3D in 2012, the genre has yet to produce a single title that has managed to win any real critical acclaim - even when the film is based on a critically acclaimed game. Show More Summary

Horror Whores: Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (2012)

There's just something about those SILENT HILL nurses... isn't there? Maybe I'm just a weirdo but as creepy as those things always seem to be they're always just as sexy! For today's Horror Whores we're once again visiting these frightening beauties with the flick SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D. Show More Summary

Awful ‘Solomon Kane’ Finally Dated For Home Video

Anchor Bay Entertainment and RADiUS-TWC announced today the Blu-ray and DVD release of Solomon Kane. The film was directed by Michael J. Bassett (“Da Vinci’s Demons” and Silent Hill: Revelation 3D) and stars James Purefoy (“The Following”), the late Pete Postlethwaite (In the Name of the Father), Rachel Hurd-Wood (Peter Pan) and Max von Sydow... Read More

Kill of the Day: Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (2012)

Whether you love the SILENT HILL flicks or hate them, it's hard not to agree that Pyramid Head is one badass mother. Tell me not, right? You look at this guy and you know you're fcked! So for today's Kill of the Day we're goin with this...Show More Summary

Silent Hill: Revelation’ Home Video Artwork Will Silence You

Silent Hill: Revelation will be available on 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and Digital Download on February 12, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Check out the newly released cover art. Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, based on the acclaimed survival horror video game franchise by KONAMI, is a sequel [...]


Open Road, headed by ex-Lionsgate exec Tom Ortenberg, has come out swinging. The studio is taking the genre by storm having already released The Grey, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D and Silent House. Next year they’ll ramp things up having acquired not one, but 3 high profile genre films that all of us Bloody readers are [...]

Silent Hill: Revelation’ Dated For Home Video

Silent Hill: Revelation will be available on 3D Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and Digital Download on February 12, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. No features have been announced. Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, based on the acclaimed survival horror video game franchise by KONAMI, is a sequel to Hadida [...]

Kit Harington Will Face Paul W.S. Anderson's Pompeii

Kit Harington ( Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, "Game of Thrones") has been cast in Paul W.S. Anderson's period disaster movie Pompeii, to be based on the world's most famous volcanic eruption. The film centers on Milo (Harington), the slave of a shipping tycoon who dreams of the day he can buy his freedom and marry his master's daughter. Show More Summary

8 Scariest Silent Hill 1 OST Tracks

With the horrible taste that Silent Hill: Revelation 3D left in my mouth, I found myself returning to classic Silent Hill music to remind myself of how amazing the series was (and is, thanks to Downpour (review)). And as I was listening to Akira Yamaoka‘s Silent Hill 1 OST, which I used to fall asleep [...]

Win A PS3 With Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

Bag the chance to play the original Silent Hill on a cinema screen with your mates and a PS3 to celebrate the latest cinematic outing.

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Silent Hill Revelation 3D Review: Horrifying For All the Wrong Reasons Is Desmond A Lousy Assassin?


Doona Bae (left) and Jim Sturgess confront a dehumanizing future as two participants of the vast canvas that is CLOUD ATLAS. Who knew that a movie based on an “unfilmable” literary property with a complex story structure — even with an all-star cast — could be this dynamic, this moving, this, yes, fun? CLOUD ATLAS encompasses [...]

BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: Argo Takes First Place with $12.3 Million

5 years agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Cloud Atlas takes third place with $9.4 million, while Silent Hill: Revelation 3D lands in fifth place with $8 million. [...]

The Arrow Reviews: Michael J. Bassett's Silent Hill Revelation 3D

"I found myself having a good time with it, which at this point in my life, is the main thing I look for when I go to the movies: to be entertained! A flawed but still enthralling little horror-coaster ride! ""The Arrow reviews Silent Hill Revelation 3D" Read More...

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

Silent Hill: Revelation is impulsive madness, prone to making lefthand turns any time a cheap thrill can be had. Its story arc is almost laughably complicated. The relationships between its characters feel inauthentic, and worst of all, it isn?t even really sure who the main villain is supposed to be. A full day later, I?m still figuring out what the hell I witnessed

Exclusive Interview with Director Michael J. Bassett for ‘Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

Video game movie adaptations are one of the most difficult movies to create for the big screen. The sequel “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D” was released this weekend that followed the 2006’s Christophe Gans-directed “Silent Hill” that introduced the audiences to … Continue reading ?

Nerds on the Red Carpet: The ‘Silent Hill: Revelation 3-D’ Premiere

5 years agoHumor : Nerd Bastards

On Wednesday evening we got a chance to attend the Silent Hill: Revelation 3D premiere at the ArcLight in Hollywood, CA. The film is written/directed by Michael J. Bassett (Cinemax’s Strike Back), produced by Samuel Hadida (Resident Evil: Afterlife), and stars Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), Adelaide Clemons (The Great Gatsby), Sean Bean (Missing), and [...]

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D — come for Sean Bean, stay for the boob monster

5 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is basically your neighborhood Haunted House with a better budget. You wander room to room watching various acts of bloody violence with no connecting thread whatsoever. And yet, you're entertained. Because it's fun being scared. Show More Summary

Film: Movie Review: Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

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. Show More Summary

Silent Hill: Revelations 3D - review

A portion of a Flixist review... This film had fog, nurses, and Pyramid Head, but it had so much more than that. By no means a perfect adaptation, but absolutely an excellent installment to the film franchise, as well as to the world of videogame adaptations. Show More Summary

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