Footage from Silent Hill Revelation 3D premiered recently at Comic Con, but the film was in a difficult position, as the footage debuted in between presentations of other, much bigger films.
Now the trailer for this Silent Hill sequel has gone online, and it suggests that this sequel is a lot more effects-heavy than the Christoph Waltz-directed original from 2006. (Er, make that Christophe Gans, though I’d really like to see Waltz go back in time to do it.) Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens), whose father (Sean Bean) has his own experience with Silent Hill, in a way that bears some explaining in this movie, is pulled back to the shadowy burg where demons and traps and multiple layers of reality await.
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You might have forgotten that there is a new Silent Hill film that went into production last year, and has been in the editing room in recent weeks. Seems like the movie comes up every once in a while, then news on it goes quiet for months at a time.
But with a relatively well-received new Silent Hill game on shelves (I liked it OK, anyway) and an anthology of remastered classic chapters from the series also arriving, this is probably the best time to make a deal to distribute the new movie. And so Silent Hill: Revelation 3D has been picked up by Open Road, which will release the movie on October 26 of this year. Read More »
There will be more shenanigans in Silent Hill. The 2006 film, directed by Christoph Gans didn’t do terribly well, but Konami’s game series is a perpetual seller, suggesting that there is room for another film. So screenwriter Roger Avary is re-teaming with producer Samuel Hadida to rebuild the foggy, freaky town. Or perhaps Konami is just jealous that Capcom will soon collect yet another Resident Evil licensing package when they’ve only nabbed one. (Hadida has the right idea; he produces both franchises.) Read More »