3 thoughts on “Silent Hill [Blu-ray]

  1. Tell me why you hate this movie People hate this movie, and I don’t understand why. I played the first two games religiously. I unlocked all the different endings and played every scenario with the lights on. Those first Silent Hill games injected fresh blood into the horror game genre. The cornerstone horror game was Resident Evil at the time and with Silent Hill, it brought on a hole different kind of terrifying. Quiet, misty town and suddenly a klaxon starts blaring and the idealistic world morphs into a living nightmare…

  2. Can’t be unseen… I know nothing about the games or the lore that props them up. I watched this film a year or two after it was released. I’m not a horror buff by any means but I can easily say that there are visual moments from this film that simply cannot be unseen.Having no barometer, knowing nothing about the story line of the thing … the myths and legends and monsters contained therein? I just sat down and watched it …It’s pretty brutal in a visceral regard, but also the…

  3. “Silent Hill”- Entertaining and oft-eerie, even if it is a bit weak as an adaptation. In the world of video-game to film adaptations, there are sadly few success stories. “Mortal Kombat” usually comes to mind as the best example of a video-game done right on the big screen. And the most recent “Tomb Raider” film, while a bit shallow, is a fairly good representation of its source material.But the one video-game film that sharply divides audiences is director Christoph Gans’ 2006 release “Silent Hill,” based of course on the best-selling survival-horror franchise…

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