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Silent Hill (Alternativtitel: Silent Hill – Willkommen in der Hölle) ist ein Horrorfilm des Auf IMDb hat der Film jedoch eine überdurchschnittliche Bewertung von. Silent Hill () Crazy credits on IMDb: Additional scenes, Messages hidden in credits and more. Shutter Island Shutter Island (). R | min | Mystery, Thriller. · Silent Hill Silent Hill (). R | min | Horror. · Sin City Sin City (). Peter aka Sabbas Apterus is a talented digital artist and illustrator based in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. If you're into fantasy and concept art, below you may scroll. Silent Hill [dt./OV]. ()IMDb h 5minX-Ray Die junge Mutter Rose sucht verzweifelt nach einem Heilmittel für ihre an einer rätselhaften Krankheit.
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Silent Hill Imdb - NavigationsmenüVisual FX: Alexandre Cancado. Er überredet Rose, ihn zu Christabella zu bringen, und nistet sich in Roses Körper ein. Sollte ein Film nach seiner Aufführung erneut genügend Stimmen erhalten, kann er möglicherweise ein zweites Mal gezeigt werden. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Rose ist fest davon überzeugt, dass sie dort die Antworten auf all ihre Fragen finden wird. aber der große Wurf gelang dem Franzosen mit Silent Hill dennoch nicht.“ Auf IMDb hat der Film die Bewertung von /10 Sternen (Stand September ). Silent Hill: Revelation [dt./OV]. ()IMDb h 34minX-Ray Was vor vielen Jahren in Silent Hill, der Geisterstadt der gequälten, verlorenen Seelen. Silent Hill () - IMDb. Directed by Christophe Gans. With Radha Mitchell, Laurie Holden, Sean Bean, Deborah Kara Unger. A woman, Rose, goes in search. Silent Hill: Revelation () - IMDb. Silent Hill: Revelation () on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Der Ring Des NibelungenTattoo IdeenSilent Hill. Silent Hill [dt./OV]. IMDb 6,52h 5minX-Ray16+. Die junge Mutter Rose sucht verzweifelt nach einem Heilmittel für ihre an einer rätselhaften Krankheit. Dan Laustsen. Alexandre Cancado. Sie können sie dennoch you hd sream really — womöglich kann ein Film später doch gezeigt werden. Diese ist notorische Schlafwandlerin. Roger Avary. Don Carmody Samuel Hadida.
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Edit Storyline Heather is suddenly thrust into a strange alternate reality filled with demonic imagery and twisted monsters.
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Happy birthday dear Oh, I forgot your name. Heather : Who are you? Unknown voice : Oh, okay, thanks. Happy birthday dear "Hooaryou".
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See our Video Games Guide for more. See the full gallery. Seven years before the events of the first game, during one of his deliveries a lonely trucker passes through Silent Hill and faces his sad past in the mysteriousness of the city.
Murphy Pendleton, a convict stranded in the foggy, malevolent world of Silent Hill finds himself lost and alone in the woods on the outskirts of the fabled town when his prison transport bus crashes.
After returning from war, a soldier returns to his hometown, only to discover the city deserted, and his brother and father missing, and he soon learns that Silent Hill may be behind the mystery.
Henry wakes up and sees himself trapped inside his apartment, which is completely locked and without a way out. Without clues of how that happened, he finds an mysterious hole in his bathroom that could be the exit.
Heather is suddenly thrust into a strange alternate reality filled with demonic imagery and twisted monsters.
She quickly comes to find that the events unfolding around her have something to do with her past. After writer Harry Mason wakes up from being unconscious due to a car crash, his daughter Cheryl is missing.
Harry sets out on a journey into the eerie town of Silent Hill to find her. After receiving a letter from his late wife, from Silent Hill, James Sunderland makes his way to the town in an attempt to find her.
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In search for her in the town, he starts to find more than he was looking for. I have played every silent hill game made including the one on ps1 that I have never been able to beat.
This game was a great buy and one of the best Silent Hill games made yet. Being a remake of the original is what sets this game about from the others, but what does make it good is how it not only references the original but references locations seen in the other games under the same name excluding Silent Hill 4.
The full story on who Harry was and how the characters are all related made this game fun to play. The excluding of the guns and other objects used to hurt the guys chasing you was the only down fall I found while playing this game.
I hope to see more made, with the story continuing the life of any of the characters already introduced through out all the game made.
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Pay attention to one very creepy scene that revolves around a flash-light. It is brilliant. The score is perfect. Disturbing and melancholy at the same time, just like the themes the movie explores.
It has depth and its meanings are relevant to our current existence. One thing I wanted to see used more was the radio static that signifies when a monster is approaching.
That was to me one of the scariest elements of the game, since you knew the monster is close, and yet you couldn't see it.
Also, with such a tightly woven, dense atmosphere, some boo moments could have been super scary, although the movie doesn't use them.
That is a plus and a minus. The result is more sophisticated, refined, working more on psychological horror rather than shock value. On the other hand, on a superficial level, the film is not as scary as it could have been.
To conclude, a very pleasant surprise. Hopefully this is not the last we've seen of Silent Hill. Crush 22 April I've got mixed feelings towards this film.
I've eagerly awaited it's release ever since it was first announced. The Silent Hill fan in me wanted me to love this movie, and the cinema fan in me told me otherwise, so I was quite torn while viewing the film.
Cinematically, it was a beautiful film. The sets were astonishing, the creatures were horrifically gorgeous, and the music was haunting however, misused in some places, more on that later.
The films main problem is the script. Oh, Avary. What happened? How the mighty have fallen. The dialogue was horrendous.
There were only a few lines that I really liked, and most of them were spoken by Dahlia. There were a few other lines scattered here and there that I liked 'mother is god in the eyes of a child' was one I really liked.
The acting was also quite stiff and over the top, but that's mostly due to the poor dialogue that the actresses and actors were given.
However, I was quite impressed with Jodelle Ferland's work. Quite impressed, indeed. Now, from the perspective of a Silent Hill fan, this film was lacking.
The story only took some ideas from the games, and then seemed to bastardize them. The film wasn't really boring, though. The moment we first see the Grey Children, my heart sank.
I never feel anything physical during movies, but here, I did. The Patient Demon was also quite neat, as were the nurses.
But the best things about the film were the Janitor and Pyramid Head. That's all I have to say about them. Now, let's discuss the music.
They used the Silent Hill 2 soundtrack way too much, especially Promise and True. Music was just weird in certain parts, but in others, it was completely fitting like Prayer as Pyramid Head approaches the church.
Well, in a nutshell, this film was somewhat of a disappointment. It may have looked great, but the plot was jumbled and the dialogue was weak.
Silent Hill marks the return of well-written, well-acted, R-rated, balls-out, minimal use of CG horror. Did I mention it's R-rated? After months of PG crap like Stay Alive, we finally got a movie that actually seems to stretch the limits of the R rating when it comes to gore.
This movie drips and splatters blood. The use of CG is surprisingly low. Most creatures are really people in costumes, but it's so realistic yet strange that you almost think its CG.
The movie is well-casted. Instead of, say Sarah Michelle Gellar they went on a limb and casted Radha Mitchell, who's biggest role so far has been in a minor Woody Allen movie.
She carries the movie and does a fantastic job. They casted someone named Laurie Holden for the role of Cybil the cop, and she impressed me.
Sean Bean as the husband is pretty much the only well-known actor in the movie, and he's basically a secondary character though he does fine for his role.
Did I mention this movie has gore? In one lovely scene, Pyramid Head first rips off the clothes of a woman, then rips off her entire skin in one piece and hurls it at a closing door, which is just open enough that a spray of blood splatter the main characters.
Oh yeah Pyramid Head is awesome. When he first goes after Rose and Cybil, shoving that foot sword of his through the door, I pretty much crapped myself.
He really only has those two scenes, and they never do explain just what the heck he is, but as the movie already breaks 2 hours, they probably didn't have the time.
The whole movie is kind of like that. Most of the monsters you see just show up for no reason without explanation.
And the story does get a little confusing near the end, but not too much. The changing of Silent Hill between fog-time and Hell-time, is really well-done, and never fails to amaze and frighten, especially when it's preceded by that siren.
The movie ends with a bloodbath in a church that will shock all but the Japanese. The amount of blood, and the way in which it is sprayed around, is really quite nasty.
If there was any video game-based movie I feel I had a stake in, it was Silent Hill. I'm a devoted fan of the games, having played all four multiple times each.
I don't think I've ever had as spine-chillingly memorable a time doing anything related to the horror genre as I've had playing those games.
After the crushing disappointment of the Resident Evil movies, I had cautious optimism about Silent Hill. Early interviews with director Christophe Gans seemed to point to a guy passionate about the material and determined to do right by it.
If the best video game franchise can't even get a good movie made from it, I think Hollywood and video games should be kept away from each other for good, preferably by restraining order.
Gans may be passionate, but here he's done the impossible. The video game is scary as hell. The movie has the look of the game down just fine.
The production designers have replicated the game's foggy, deserted streets and dingy derelict buildings perfectly.
So, instead of piling on suspense and scares, it piles on exposition. We get endless talky scenes of back-story and history, and yet the more the movie attempts to clarify the whole back-story of Alessa and the cult that victimized her and turned her into an evil malevolent force, the less coherent it all seems.
Gans's devotion to reproducing the game's visuals makes him forget that there will be a sizable audience who see this without ever having played the game.
And to them, no concessions are made. Non-fans of the Silent Hill games are given no clue as to why the town changes appearance, or why it's inhabited by poison-spitting faceless monsters and other weird beasties.
To non-gamers this will be the most nonsensical movie ever, despite Avery's endless info-dumping dialogue.
But worse than info-dumping dialogue is Obvious Dialogue, where the writer assumes his audience is suffering from Downs Syndrome and must have everything spelled out no matter how obvious it is.
In one scene, Cybill the cop from game one, who has a much different fate here has just found a drawing by Rose's missing daughter in a slot at the hotel desk.
Rose: "Where did you find this? All of the exposition simply stretches the running time out to over two hours, while spending as little time as possible in the Otherworld for which the games are famous.
This stuff gets started just fine in act one, then stops when the script settles into a talk-fest.
So much from the video games appears in the movie to please fans, but only at the most superficial level. It's as if Gans pored over each game, saying, "Okay we'll use that, gotta have that creature, okay, and how about a Lisa Garland cameo!
The school? The hospital? Yeah, they're there, but wasted. Radha Mitchell literally RUNS through the hospital which, for some reason, is about stories underground in the third act, until she encounters the nurses And Pyramid Head?
Cripes, how do you waste Pyramid Head!?! He's gone from the movie after that! By the time we're well into the protracted act three, in which a mob of mad cultists is threatening to burn Rose's daughter alive, any resemblance between the game Silent Hill and this movie is purely coincidental.
I saw a post from one guy on Rotten Tomatoes suggesting the filmmakers must have come down with ADHD and thought they were making a Hellraiser movie instead.
Couldn't have put it better myself. The movie is just one cheesy line of bad dialogue after another at this point.
I just cannot listen to a mob of people and where did this mob come from, anyway? Burn the witch! I'm hurting. I'm angry. I'm bitter.
The video game movie that should have been a masterpiece is just another disasterpiece. I don't know how everything that was so awesome in the game got so badly lost in translation.
Is it too much to hope someone, someday, will do another Silent Hill movie that will nail the whole thing, not just the perfect set design?
I'm going to play the game again, to remind myself why I love Silent Hill in the first place. Gafke 22 April I don't play video games, so I went into this film with no pre-conceived notions or expectations.
I came away pretty impressed and a little disturbed. Rose and Chris Da Silva are worried about their adopted daughter, Sharon. Little Sharon has been sleepwalking and speaking, while still asleep, of a place called Silent Hill.
When Sharon nearly falls to her death during her latest sleepwalk, Rose decides to confront the issue head-on. But Silent Hill is a ghost town that the locals don't like to speak of and which is contaminated by an ever burning coal fire deep in the bowels of the earth.
After a freak car accident knocks Rose out, she awakens to find Sharon gone and a rain of ash falling from the sky.
Silent Hill is indeed a ghost town, populated by demonic mutants and the ghosts of the damned. Rose is led by grisly clues deeper into the tragic history of the town and a terrible secret which involves her adopted daughter.
Aided by police officer Cybil Bennet, Rose must face the dark demons of Hell and prevent history from repeating itself if she is to save Sharon.
This is quite a freaky film, though surprisingly not as gory as I had thought it would be. After a somewhat slow first 20 minutes or so, the film descends into rotting horror as air- raid sirens warn of The Darkness, deformed creatures lurch out of the shadows and the patina of normalcy literally melts away with the approach of evil.
Standout characters include the sorrowful Dahlia, played by Deborah Kara Unger, who looks like the worlds oldest and saddest Goth woman, and the hideous creature known only as Pyramid Head, who stomps into view with a horde of cockroaches at his command.
Radha Mitchell does a great job as Rose, playing her as a realistically frightened woman, but also as a determined mother who will stop at nothing to save her daughter.
Sean Bean as the hopelessly lost Chris Da Silva is perfect; you can feel his frustration and panic. Alice Krige too is unnervingly chilling as Christabella.
The atmosphere of this movie is great - ash covered cemeteries, drippy basements, abandoned schoolrooms - all very creepy and menacing in their utter stillness.
The violence, when it comes, is quite brutal. Skin is ripped off, bodies are roasted, limbs ripped away by barbed wire.
Pretty gruesome, but not overly so. The demons are the real attraction here: besides Pyramid Head, there are also twisted torsos spewing black acid, deformed beings in nurse uniforms wielding scalpels and, in the scene which freaked me out the most, a man with his body bent double and his feet over his head crawling across a bathroom floor.
I've never played the video game so I really can't tell you if this was a faithful adaptation or not.
But I can say that it is very original, quite spooky, satisfyingly bloody and even rather disturbing in several parts All in all, a very good horror movie.
Cooldude3 21 April Silent Hill is far from a perfect movie. But, Silent Hill is also one of the best video game to movie adaptations out there.
That's really not saying much. If you were to watch this movie without playing the games, you might as well bring your pillow.
Fortunately for me, I've played all 4 games in the series multiple times, and it was for people like me that the movie was made in the first place.
The plot of the movie steals familiar elements from the games. But, it doesn't tie into the games. They combined the plots of the first two games, changed the focus around, and ultimately steered away from the MUCH darker and much more confusing plot of the games.
The fans will either be smiling with glee or reliving their darkest nightmares as the movie tosses fans a lot of bones. It was actually irritating at first, but once I got over that, I just enjoyed it for what it was.
While they may share similar genres, that's where the comparisons end. MUCH like the game, the movie is slow, and it's scares rely on a creepy, skin-crawling feeling rather than "jump" scares.
But, the acting is actually what impressed me. Some may see it as annoying, but those that played the game, will actually feel like they pulled dialogue directly out of it.
And, Radha Mitchell does a good job acting like a frantic mother searching for her child. I will admit though, at times I wanted to pull my hair out in frustration because her character actually hardly does anything.
She just runs around, chasing after a little girl that she thinks is her daughter. Did no one learn anything from Event Horizon?
If they run AWAY from you, they are playing a game with you. Apart from minor annoyances with her character, the other characters were bland and flat, but hey, you can't have an "R" rated horror movie without a high corpse count.
Although they did take the "survival horror" to the extreme with the survival part. It would've been nice to see some of the violence directed at the creatures.
C'mon, you beat them senseless with lead pipes in the game, but that was lacking. Sean Bean could've helped make the movie all that more stellar, but he's kind of a side-plot.
Without giving too much away, there's some closure to the movie, but it would be naive to say they wouldn't make a sequel starring Sean Bean, unless, of course, he was only a "draw" to bring more to the movie.
The cinematography and camera angles steal from the game, but they are effective and well done. The sound was superb, with many sound bytes from the games, and a lot of eerie effects for the creatures.
The gore was a little over the top, and like mentioned earlier, needed to be directed more at the creatures. All in all, the movie felt like a throwback to the games, putting in as many elements that made "sense" with the movies plot, to make the fans happy.
Those unfamiliar with the series, MAY appreciate it for what it is. Basically this- it's a creepy and gory distraction, that's pretty boring as is, but given that it's based off of a video game that's just a creepy and gory distraction, that's pretty boring as well, they're a perfect match.
Just remember that it's probably the best video game-to-movie adaptation out there need I bring up Uwe Boll?
Thankfully, the movie industry milks licenses for all they're worth, and we'll probably see a sequel sometime in the future.
Silent Hill came in with big expectations from video game fans, and horror fans alike. Knowing what I do about "game based films" usually tending to be sub-par, I was very impressed when Silent Hill not only met my standards for a great horror film, but also surpassed them.
Ignoring the typical teen horror movie "boo factor" Silent Hill scares by the creepiness of the backdrops, creating hellish environments out of otherwise peaceful but slightly haunting areas.
The plot describes the town of Silent Hill that Rose finds herself trapped in as a "nightmare world", and that is exactly what Christophe Gans does with the film.
Buildings actually transform into a caged inferno when "the darkness" comes. The creatures that come with this darkness, the pyramid head, the patient demons, and the nurse demons all instill a sense of innate fear.
But perhaps the best part was the fact that none of the evils of the world are overused. That is what truly separates this film from a zombie movie.
The demons, with the exception of the pyramid head, aren't the true evil of the film, but rather work to install a profound sense of fear while they are on screen.
Gans was not afraid to get gory in the film either, having several scenes with deformed and tortured bodies, as well as one where the pyramid head flays a human being with his bare hands.
These scenes are also used extremely effectively, and nearly always add to the intensity of the movie. The music and sound, much like in the game, is nearly perfect, avoiding the overused and ineffective "heavy metal horror" approach.
The acting, was the only part I could find some fault in. Radha Mitchell does a very good job with her part in most scenes, but there's a few where she is just way too "cool under fire" to be realistic.
Sean Bean is not very emotional when he is "emotional" either. Other characters such as Laurie Holden playing Officer Bennett do an amazing job, and truly pull you into the plot though, so I can't discredit the casting too much.
In the end I truly believe this film is the best "video game movie" I have ever seen. It sticks true to the tales of silent hill, and leaves many allusions to the games, while not watering down the sheer sense of both mystery and fear that the games instill in its fans.
As a horror movie this one also stands out above the rest, keeping the audience entertained, scared, and guessing throughout much of the film.
I give it a 10 out of 10, and I look forward to a sequel. I also recommend that any of you who liked the movie try the game, they compliment each other perfectly.
The title says it all : - the "spooky" moments when darkness falls are sort of cool visually but not creepy to my mind. I never played the game but I suppose some of the gory stuff shows in the game like bloody characters - or parts of them - hanging from barbwire and stuff, the big demon itself with its funny box hiding its head, and its huge sword are typical of a video game.
The small distorted creatures are quite nightmarish. The change of reality is also successful I think. Also, when Rose is going down the pit to face the source of evil, I could definitely feel video gaming there.
The screwed up nurses were a bit funny but not spooky I completely lost interest when the church business started. Again, we have the same old and annoyingly flat ingredients : - religious fanatics, - f Another source of annoyance : acting.
Pretty bad I think. The dialogs were a bit lame at times. Ex : Cybil, after her first darkness : "what the f How lame can that be!!!
The character Chris is just optional, or not very useful at the least Camera-Obscura 17 October I didn't expect much in the way of storytelling or suspense in a film based on a video game, but this was an embarrassment.
I don't even know what I just saw. There's no story, just one mindless action sequence after another. Sure, the beginning is promising and the first half hour it still got my attention, but soon it becomes clear that no effort was made to draw characters who have any resemblance to human beings and pretty soon it all becomes an alarmingly senseless excuse for and endless string of computer generated gory effects.
This is also a film that takes itself way too seriously, some in-joke reference could have made this slightly more bearable. We have undefinable creatures that are lurking in some underground tunnel complex, where for the last thirty years a coal fire is raging under the ground.
At first I was intrigued - a little - but since it is absolutely impossible to grasp what these "things" are and no explanation is given, it becomes nothing more than a video-game side-show.
The final scene in the church, where the whole cast suffers from some incredible over-acting, has some spectacular effects, I'll admit that, but eventually goes WAY over the top and takes so long, it soon becomes downright ridiculous.
Going over the top can be fun, but not without humor. Former Tarantino video clerk-buddy Roger Avary penned this thing down and assembled some bad Canadian actors.
He can't write, he's got no idea whatsoever that a motion picture has very little in common with a video game.
You need to have actual human beings in a motion picture, or present some interesting visual ideas. We get neither.
And the dialog? I can't remember all the mumbo jumbo I've heard. The second half of the film is full of hysterical lines like; "The Truth is clear for those who see.
Sean Bean was top-billed but he only has five minutes screen time with - again - mind-bogglingly awful dialog.
Skip this big-budget overblown piece of junk. Before I alienate any people who hated the movie, I will explain In general I'd say most of the acting is quite good, but anyone has to admit moments like: --"They used to say this town was haunted" --"I think they were right" is so awful it makes skill crawl worse than any of the haunting images in the rest of the film.
I feel its great some of the better people in Hollywood are willing to make fun of the original source material, which they obviously were ashamed to love.
Some plot points are difficult to follow, but I feel most people should be able to pick up on it if they aren't some drunk frat boy who wants to talk to the screen instead of watching what is on the screen.
I say this cause they were very loud in the theater the rest of the time. Sure, there's a lot of metaphors in it and I don't even want anyone to try and interpret it or worse say someone is far off.
Things like this are left sketch with a few puzzle pieces missing and are meant for you to fill it in and make sense of it however you like!
Unless DVD audio-commentary tells you otherwise. I never understood people being afraid during movies or complain about not being scared.
I haven't been scared during a movie since I was a little kid and it was some awful film like tremors. Sit down and enjoy a surreal movie with some dark images a decent story and satire, I did.
It is what it is. A two you might be asking yourself right now. Yeah, that's right. The ONLY reason why this movie got a two out of me was because I was impressed by the creature and setting designs.
The transforming of Foggy Silent Hill into Nightmare Silent Hill was definitely a visual I would've loved to have seen in the game series.
Also, the creature representation was excellent as well right down to their movements, and of course, freaking Pyramid Head.
I loved that guy I give up. But that's about it. In dead on terms my opinion of this movie was mostly bad, a little good, and a lot that was bad but was inevitable in the movie adaptation.
Stop reading now if you gave this movie higher than a 5. Reasons why this movie didn't work: -There should be no hordes, rather in my opinion single creatures stalking around the protagonists would have been more effective in making an eerie and uneasy atmosphere.
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