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Release
31 October 2012
Certificate 15
Cast
Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Sean Bean, Deborah Kara Unger, Radha Mitchell
Director(s)
Michael J Bassett
Screenwriter(s)

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OUT 31 OCTOBER 2012

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D

Genres Horror

Film synopsis Heather Mason and her father are a pair always on the run from her past, trying to stay one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn’t understand. Now, as she’s about to turn 18, she discovers that her identity is a lie. Dragged into the demonic world of Silent Hill, she could be trapped forever...

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Personally I liked it.
Before going to watch the movie I read a lot of negative reviews on this film, it worried me a little as I enjoyed the first one and thought it would let me down, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it, there was many a jumpy scene and it kept my heart racing the whole way through, the 3D effects were awesome and although some may say otherwise I found the storyline easy to follow, easier than the first anyway, there's a lot more gore than there was in the first movie but it only adds to how good More

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