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Silent Horror (2005)

| Video May 2005
A mysterious message from a friend long dead has sent Mark London back to the town he'd tried hard to forget. Now he is trapped in a place corrupted by evil and insanity, where monsters ... See full summary »

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Ross Busch ...
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Darrin DeMarco ...
Eli Mooly
Rich Durham ...
Gabriel Augustine
Tim Ekkebus ...
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Chad Williams ...
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A mysterious message from a friend long dead has sent Mark London back to the town he'd tried hard to forget. Now he is trapped in a place corrupted by evil and insanity, where monsters have replaced the simple townsfolk and darkness pervades night and day. In order to survive, Mark must rely on strangers, his courage, and... a portable radio? Feel that knot in your stomach grow as the Otherworld invades. Enter the realm of Silent Horror! Written by Rory O'Boyle

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In this town "kill" is a four-letter word!

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Second time's a charm.
25 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Silent Horror is a absolute gem of a movie. Of all the video game related movies out there, I think this is one of the best ever made. Excellent story and dialog, subtle humor, decent acting on most parts, and a movie that stays true to it's video game roots, X-Strike was able to hit the mark with their second full length feature film. The moody settings, ominous soundtrack, and an almost sense of urgency and not quite 'terror', but definitely something like 'scaredness', all pull together and make this a memorable experience. The severe increase in production values from their first film is also readily apparent in Silent Horror. Their first film, River City Rumble was a little weak and shallow, with beat you over the head kind of punchlines, and I almost didn't watch Silent Horror after seeing it. (Don't make the mistake I almost did.) In it's defense, River City Rumble came from a game with around three lines of actual storyline, compared to Silent Horror which draws from an established series of four games and also draws from other titles in the survival horror genre. And it pulls it all off quite well, might I say.


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