Silent Hill: Revelation
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In Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, Heather Mason (Clemens) and her father (Bean) have been on the run, always one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn't fully understand. On the eve of her 18th birthday, plagued by horrific nightmares and the disappearance of her father, Heather discovers she's not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her forever. -- (C) Open Road

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 5%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

""Revelation" is incredibly boring as well as totally baffling."
‑ Rafer Guzman, Newsday
"Silent Hill: Revelation 3D quickly devolves into a smorgasbord of sutured faces and blades poking the viewer in the eye."
‑ Ethan Gilsdorf, Boston Globe
"It manages to not only contort itself into a form that is simultaneously convoluted and stupid but it also skilfully avoids any audience engagement despite a tumultuous whirl of spectacle and noise."
‑ Richard Haridy, Quickflix
"Just how terrible is SH3D? Well, at one point, writer-director Michael J. Bassett actually tries to scare you with a Kellogg's Frosted Pop-Tart. No kidding."
‑ Steve Newton, Georgia Straight
"It's like going through a cheesy house of horrors at the local carnival. You want it to end, but not because it's scary."
‑ Paul Chambers, Movie Chambers
"Demonstrates what half the budget and twice the story can do to turn a fake nightmare into a real chore."
‑ William Goss,
"It's never a good sign when the trailers playing before a film have richer, more complete narratives than the feature you've paid to see."
‑ Mark Olsen, Los Angeles Times
"The demon-haunted West Virginia town still gives the creeps... but this belated sequel proves to be only fitfully exciting and scary - mostly because the action stops every few minutes for yet another character to deliver reams of boring exposition."
‑ Jason Best, Movie Talk
"Put this much effort into bringing your idea of Hell to the screen, film fans will start calling you Satan. And not in a good way."
‑ Roger Moore, McClatchy-Tribune News Service
"( ... ) saturated with over-the-top sound effects. Did nobody realise that it's called Silent Hill?"
‑ Graham Young, Birmingham Mail
"The distinction between actors and special effects shrinks ever further in the video game-turned-horror film Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, which reduces its human players to plastic action figures in tired genre settings."
‑ Andy Webster, New York Times
"An ugly, assaultive collection of jump-scares."
‑ Keith Staskiewicz, Entertainment Weekly
"There has to be someone out there who can make a successful video-game adaptation because faith is being lost year after year and Silent Hill: Revelation does nothing for the many unwavering believers."
‑ Ashley Norris, HeyUGuys
"I can't imagine anyone who hasn't played the video game who would give a shout-out to the 'Silent Hill' sequel."
‑ Linda Cook, KWQC-TV (Iowa)
"It's in too much of a rush, and tries to cram in so much plot that unless you're familiar with the game it's closely adapted from, chances are it will leave you baffled."
‑ Jordan Farley, SFX Magazine
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