The history regarding film adaptions of video games is not particularly littered with success stories. However, as the Resident Evil series will convey, critical maulings don’t always match up with the box office. The good news with the original Silent Hill film is that it tried to stick close to its roots and convey a creepy atmosphere. Silent Hill: Revelation seems to have taken that template and pressed the repeat button, adding the 3D element for effect.
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