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When her father disappears, Heather Mason is drawn into a strange and terrifying alternate reality that holds answers to the horrific nightmares that have plagued her since childhood. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Adelaide Clemens ... Heather / Alessa

Kit Harington ... Vincent

Carrie-Anne Moss ... Claudia Wolf

Sean Bean ... Harry

Radha Mitchell ... Rose Da Silva

Malcolm McDowell ... Leonard

Martin Donovan ... Douglas

Deborah Kara Unger ... Dahlia

Roberto Campanella ... Red Pyramid

Erin Pitt ... Sharon / Young Alessa

Peter Outerbridge ... Travis Grady

Jefferson Brown ... Detective Santini

Milton Barnes ... Detective Cable

Heather Marks ... Suki

Rachel Sellan ... Mannequin Girl

Roman Lebeau ... Business Man (as Michel C. Foucault)
Arlene Duncan ... Teacher
Jason Best ... The Butcher
Chad Camilleri ... Attacker

Sergey Shpakovsky ... Fry Cook
Lawrence Dickison ... Homeless Man
James Kirchner ... Grey Man / Silent Hill Citizen

Jacky Lai ... Student Girl

Tig Fong ... Orderly #1
Dean Copkov ... Orderly #2

Boyd Banks ... Priest
Conrad Bergschneider ... Caretaker
Darren Josephs ... Uniformed Cop
Peter Schoelier ... Vagrant Mumbler
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Chris Anton ... Monster in the Mist (uncredited)

James Collins ... Evil Caretaker (uncredited)

Cassie Owoc ... Girl on Bus (uncredited)
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Directed by
Michael J. Bassett 
 
Writing credits
Michael J. Bassett (written by)

Laurent Hadida (adaptation)

Produced by
Don Carmody .... producer
Hartley Gorenstein .... line producer
Laurent Hadida .... co-producer
Samuel Hadida .... producer
 
Original Music by
Jeff Danna 
Akira Yamaoka 
 
Cinematography by
Maxime Alexandre 
 
Film Editing by
Michele Conroy 
 
Casting by
Deirdre Bowen 
 
Production Design by
Alicia Keywan 
 
Art Direction by
Anthony A. Ianni 
 
Costume Design by
Wendy Partridge 
 
Makeup Department
Damon Bishop .... special makeup effects artist
Katie Brennan .... makeup department head
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Graham Chivers .... special makeup effects artist
Allan Cooke .... special makeup effects artist
Jason Detheridge .... creature effects technician
Karola Dirnberger .... department head hairstylist
Devon Ellis .... makeup effects lab technician
Sabine Fevre .... makeup artist
Verity Fiction .... additional makeup artist
Iantha Goldberg .... assistant makeup artist
Paul Jones .... special makeup & creature effects designer
Mandy Ketcheson .... contact lens technician
Steven Kostanski .... special makeup effects artist
A.J. Lee .... special makeup effects artist
Martin L. Mercer .... concept artist
Steve Newburn .... special makeup effects artist
Sean Sansom .... special makeup effects artist
Tenille Shockey .... special makeup effects crew
Patrick Tatopoulos .... creature designer
Shane Zander .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Hartley Gorenstein .... production manager
Gregor Hutchison .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jeff J.J. Authors .... first assistant director
Penny Charter .... second assistant director
Justin Gajewski .... assistant director
Siluck Saysanasy .... third assistant director
Greg Sigurdson .... assistant director
Karen Young .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
John Bannister .... key scenic artist
Douglas Catty .... carpenter
Greg DaPrato .... lead set dresser
James A. Frith .... art department coordinator
Christopher Geggie .... property master
Kevin Haeberlin .... leadman
Dorin Kenny .... painter
Elizabeth La Rouge .... carpenter
Kevin Lise .... assistant property master
Paul Macina .... assistant head carpenter
Sandor Mate .... carpenter
Rob McCallum .... storyboard and concept artist
Tony Parkin .... head carpenter
Brian Patrick .... assistant property master
Denis Perrier .... painter
Sorin Popescu .... assistant art director
Chris Rosewarne .... concept artist
Sean Scoffield .... graphic designer
Jaclyn Shoub .... assistant set decorator
Phillip Tellez .... construction coordinator
George Venckus .... set dresser
Sean Vizsy .... art department intern
 
Sound Department
Vincent Arnardi .... sound re-recording mixer
Steve Baine .... foley artist
David Caporale .... assistant sound editor
Steph Carrier .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Germann .... sound effects editor
Gina Gyles .... foley assistant
Lana Marie Hattar .... assistant re-recording mixer
Krystin Hunter .... second assistant sound editor
Zach Hunter .... boom operator
James Hyde .... adr recordist
Nick Kray .... adr mixer
David McCallum .... supervising sound editor
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist
Steve Medeiros .... assistant sound editor
Michael Miller .... adr mixer
Emmet O'Donnell .... adr assistant
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
Brent Pickett .... assistant sound editor
Jill Purdy .... adr editor
Graham Rogers .... assistant re-recording mixer
Jane Tattersall .... supervising sound editor
John J. Thomson .... sound mixer
Alan Zielonko .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Brendan Carmody .... special effects
Rhonda Causton .... special effects assistant
Jeff Derushie .... makeup effects lab technician
Aaron Dinsmore .... special effects assistant
Daniel Gibson .... special effects assistant (as Dan Gibson)
Michael Innanen .... special effects supervisor
Hudson Kenny .... special effects technician
Janson Ray Kenny .... special effects technician
Tony Kenny .... special effects coordinator
Gary Kleinsteuber .... special effects rigging key
Mark Lawton .... special effects supervisor
Drew Longland .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Keith Acheson .... visual effects artist
Khan Aman .... matchmove artist
Alfredo Octavio Arango .... digital artist: Mr.X Inc.
Mathieu Archambault .... digital compositor
Engin Arslan .... lighting artist
Greg Astles .... senior digital compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Mangesh Awate .... matchmove artist: Anibrain, India
Sarah Barber .... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X Inc.
Vishal S. Bendre .... CG animator
Pierre Bonnette .... visual effects artist
Mike Borrett .... visual effects production manager: Mr. X Inc
Andrew Brooks .... digital compositor
Eloi Brunelle .... digital compositor: Vision Globale
Eve Brunet .... visual effects producer: Vision Globale
Wilson Cameron .... visual effects producer
Dan Carnegie .... digital artist: Mr. X
Kris Carson .... digital compositor: Mr. X
Andy Chan .... visual effects compositor: Mr. X Inc.
Joseph Cheng Chen .... tracking / layout artist
Ovidiu Cinazan .... compositor
Jonathan Cohen .... visual effects artist: Chez Eddy
Gary Couto .... digital compositor
Sagar Dabir .... machmove artist
Devin Dawkins .... digital artist
Devin Dawkins .... visual effects
Harshal Deshpande .... tracking supervisor
Nicolas Deziel .... digital compositor
Ujwal W. Dhankute .... digital compositor
Michael DiCarlo .... visual effects coordinator
Jeremy Dineen .... visual effects artist
Maxime Ducharme .... matchmove artist
Can Etiskol .... visual effects artist: Mr. X Inc
David Fix .... senior systems administrator: Mr. X Inc.
Karine Friang .... look development producer: ending title sequence
Marie-Josee Gagnon .... digital compositor: Vision Globale
Shaun Galinak .... visual effects artist
Yaron Galula .... visual effects artist
Saneesh George .... matchmove artist: Anibrain Digital Technologies
Vinay Goenka .... digital compositor
Claudio Gonzalez .... cloth technical director
Clifford Otomi Green .... lighter
Trey Harrell .... lighting supervisor: Mr. X
Oliver Hearsey .... tracking supervisor: Mr. X Inc.
Martin Hesselink .... pre-vis artist
Noel Hooper .... visual effects artist
Paul Hurwitz .... cloth technical director
Prashant Jadhav .... visual effects artist
Nitin Jain .... visual effects artist
Anna Joukova .... digital compositor: Mr.X Inc
Lince K.F. .... matchmove artist: Anibrain Digital Studio
Vikram Kale .... digital compositor: anibrain
Mahapatro Kalpana .... concept artist: matte painter
Sushil Kalyanshetti .... rotoscope lead
Anurag Kapil .... matchmove artist
Jean-Charles Kerninon .... visual effects designer: Chez Eddy
Parag Kore .... animator: effects animation
Ciril Koshyk .... digital compositor: Cirux Render
Lorne Kwechansky .... lighting artist
Eric Lacroix .... visual effects artist
Matthew Lajoie .... visual effects artist
Ganesh Lamkhade .... camera matchmove artist
Derick Loo .... digital artist: Mr. X
Mickaël Léger .... digital compositor
Viviane Lévesque Bouchard .... digital compositor (as Viviane Levesque)
Quentin Marmier .... end title supervisor
Ken McCuen .... concept artist
Tracey McLean .... concept artist: matte painter
Hernan Melzi .... visual effects artist
Tim Mendler .... stereo supervisor: end titles
Jackie Mills .... roto/paint lead
Govind Mohan .... digital compositor
Jason Mohan .... visual effects artist
Christian Morin .... digital compositor
Marc Morissette .... comp supervisor: Vision Globale
Benjamin Mossman .... dailies operator: Mr. X
Venkat Mummidi .... visual effects artist
Jesh Murthy .... visual effects
Yuhay-Ray Ng .... visual effects artist: Mr. X
Ken Nielsen .... digital compositor
Gagan Nigam .... visual effects
Kelly Noordermeer .... visual effects editor: Mr. X Inc
Christophe Pacaud .... digital compositor: Vision Globale
Anna Pacchioni .... roto artist
Prashant Padol .... CG animator
Christian Paradis .... cg supervisor
Remi Parisse .... end title animator
Hojin Park .... digital compositor
Tetu Pawan .... visual effects artist
Jonathan Piche-Delorme .... vfx supervisor: Vision Globale
Britton Plewes .... senior artist: Mr. X Inc.
Jadhav Prashant .... visual effects
Sebastien Proulx .... digital compositor
Ramprasad Puli .... visual effects artist
Ramachandran .... visual effects
Saurabh Raut .... digital compositor
Scott Riopelle .... senior compositor
Pierre Rousseau .... visual effects artist
Paul Saint-Hilaire .... digital compositor
Sachin Satpute .... visual effects
Muddasar Sayyad .... visual effects
Brandon Schaafsma .... vfx dailies editor: Mr. X Inc
Milan Schere .... matte painter: Mr. X Inc.
Kk Shaji .... digital compositor
Swain Shiv .... visual effects artist
Sachin Shivkar .... matchmove artist: Anibrain Digital Technologies
Gavin Soares .... tracker
Jim Su .... rigging supervisor
Ghate Sushant .... visual effects artist
Furio Tedeschi .... senior character modeler
Rohit Wesley Thomas .... matchmove artist
Norbert Tissier .... digital compositor: Vision Globale
Alexandra Vaillancourt .... vfx line producer: Vision Globale
Matt 'Readyman' Whelan .... CG supervisor: Mr X
Michael Yates .... visual effects supervisor
Wojciech Zielinski .... visual effects supervisor
Michel Martins Zigaib .... visual effects
Celine Zoleta .... production assistant: Mr. X
Bikash Kumar Mahanta .... paint and prep artist (uncredited)
Vimal Reddy Mallireddy .... effects artist: Mr. X Inc (uncredited)
Brianne Wells .... previs editor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Nick Alachiotis .... stunt performer: Lunatic #1
Marco Bianco .... stunt double: Leonard
Matt Birman .... stunt perfomer: Order Member #2
Hubert Boorder .... stunt performer
Michael Chan .... stunt perfomer: Order Member #3
Mike Chute .... stunt performer: Order Member #5
Jordan Clark .... stunt performer: Deadly Nurse #1
Bernadette Couture .... stunt performer: Body Hanging #2
Bernadette Couture .... stunt performer: Victim in Mist #2
Anna Cyzon .... stunt performer: Deadly Nurse #2
Amanda Dyar .... stunts
Flint Eagle .... stunt performer: Order Member #6
Plato Fountidakis .... stunt performer: Order Member #3-2
Joel Harris .... stunt performer: Victim in Mist #1
John Reed Hryszkiewicz .... stunt performer: Labotomy Creature
Brian Jagersky .... stunt double: Cartland
Brian Jagersky .... stunt perfomer: Order Member #1
Liise Keeling .... stunt perfomer: Missionary
Shara Kim .... stunt performer: Deadly Nurse #3
Colin Laforme .... stunt perfomer: Leonard Creature
Stéphane Lefebvre .... stunt performer: Order Member #4
Julian Lewis .... stunt performer: Body Hanging #1
Steve Lucescu .... rigging coordinator
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Steve Lucescu .... stunt driver
Steve Lucescu .... stunt performer: Brethren
John MacDonald .... stunt performer: Morphing #1
Scott Magee .... stunt performer: Lunatic #1
Alicia Turner .... stunt performer: Morphing #2
Jamie Youngblood .... stunt performer: Morphing #1-2
Jamie James Yungblut .... stunt performer: Hanger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sean Bourdeau .... assistant key grip
Michael Carella .... a camera operator
Brendan Carmody .... on-set videographer
Robert Cochrane .... dolly grip
Ciaran Copelin .... first assistant camera
Alex Dawes .... lead set wireman
Richard Emerson .... key grip
Glen Goodchild .... dolly grip
Kevin Hall .... camera trainee
Ross Heran .... 3d technician
Marek Krawczyk .... electrician
Marek Krawczyk .... lighting technician
Richard D. Leko .... daily grip
Megan MacDonald .... camera trainee
Ari Magder .... second assistant camera
Robert McRae .... gaffer
Keith Murphy .... camera operator: steadicam operator
Anthony Nocera .... digital video assist
Norman O'Halloran .... electrician (as Norm O'Halloran)
Danny Piva .... electrician
Rafy .... still photographer
Brent Robinson .... stereographer
Julia Seidman .... camera trainee
Benjamin Smith .... first assistant camera
Paul Steves .... camera trainee
Dean Stinchcombe .... a camera first assistant
Richard Teodorczyk .... grip
Paul Thompson .... 3d video assist operator
Jasper Vrakking .... digital engineer
Reg Waddell .... generator operator (as Reggie Waddell)
Patrick Krauter .... grip (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Mehta Apul .... animator
Hanung Lee .... animator
Jonathan J. McCallum .... character rigger
 
Casting Department
Christopher Richards .... casting associate
Jane Rogers .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ritta Koleva .... costume builder
Leonie Reid .... costume buyer
Adam Smith .... breakdown/specialized wardrobe technician
Madeleine Stewart .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
John Bardswich .... digital intermediate project manager
Drake Conrad .... colorist: dailies
Kevin Downer .... assistant digital intermediate editor
Robert Doyle .... first assistant editor
Michael J. Duthie .... editorial consultant
Rui Martins .... digital dailies
Tom Mayclim .... digital intermediate data wrangler
Aj McLauchlin .... digital dailies
Dave Muscat .... digital intermediate assistant editor
Mathieu Reid .... color timer
Lorraine Samuel .... post-production coordinator
Dawn M. Stoliar .... first assistant editor
Motassem Younes .... digital intermediate editor
 
Music Department
Kevin Banks .... music editor
James Bellamy .... music editor
John Fee .... composer: additional music
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn .... vocals
Russ Miller .... musician (drums & percussion)
Dan Parr .... conductor
Dan Parr .... orchestrator
Jorge Velasco .... score mixing assistant
John Whynot .... score mixer
 
Transportation Department
Patrick Batchelor .... driver
Jacob Broome .... driver
Aleck Duncan .... driver
Michael Gabourie .... driver
Bruce Hahn .... driver
Roland McGrath .... transportation captain
Susan McGrath .... driver
Bruce McLean .... transportation coordinator
Dave Melling .... driver
Ted Nobles .... transportation co-captain
Regina Petrik .... unit move driver
 
Other crew
Cynthia Amsden .... unit publicist
Angelica Bailey .... production secretary (as Angelica 'Cakes' Bailey)
Drazen Baric .... assistant location manager
Anthony Beaudoin .... production financing: Union Bank
Jean-François Bourrel .... end titles: producer
Vincent Boutry .... end title artist
James F. Breithaupt .... production accountant
Lisa Burling .... script supervisor
Mitch Cappe .... production assistant
Brendan Carmody .... researcher
Erin Carmody .... office production assistant
Jonathan Cohen .... end title artist
Bertrand De Becque .... end title artist
Ken Dhaliwal .... production counsel
Stéphane Dufournier .... end title artist
Kook Ewo .... end title sequence by
Jason Feuerstein .... production financing: Union Bank
Laurent Fortin .... end title artist
Karine Friang .... end title production manager
Nathalie Gatto .... end title artist
Maxime Granger .... end title artist
Olivier Guedj .... end title artist
Neville Hadfield .... locations production assistant
Josh Haggarty .... office production assistant
Kalem Harvey .... second assistant accountant
Jennifer Haufler .... assistant to Sean Bean
Vincent Hochet .... end title artist
Sara Holmes .... post production accountant
Aaron Horton .... assistant production coordinator
Joe Iacono .... financial consultant and auditor
Jean-Charles Kerninon .... end title artist
Davy Koskas .... end title production manager
Mathieu Krysztoforski .... end title artist
Bertrand Le Cabec .... end title artist
Kyle Limkilde .... stand in: Kit Harington
Kyle Limkilde .... stand-in
Gaétan Louët .... end title artist
Mikael Lynen .... end title artist
Jonathan Matthews .... location manager
Aishleen McCann .... assistant production coordinator
Adam Meaden .... location production assistant
Tim Mendler .... end title artist
Selim Mondzie .... end title artist
Jillian Ordowich .... production coordinator (as Jillian Patience Ordowich)
Jonathan Pencharz .... production secretary
Jessica Livia Pillar .... assistant to director (as Jessica Pillar)
John Rakich .... assistant location manager
Matthieu Ringot .... end title artist
Alan Sutton .... fire safety coordinator
Bob Tarantino .... production legal
Marlinda Walcott .... assistant to producer
Tara Yelland .... stand-in
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Silent Hill: Revelation" - USA (DVD title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violence and disturbing images, some language and brief nudity
Runtime:
94 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Red Pyramid is a full body costume that was blended at Roberto Campanella wrists, requiring only 25 minutes of preparation for each scene, as opposed to the three hours it took in the first film.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: Shortly after the school corridor is transformed into the hell version after her introductory class, the camera pulls back from Heather. You can see track marks where the camera is obviously on wheels, leaving a mark in the dirt on the floor.See more »
Quotes:
Harry:It's only a dream kiddo.See more »
Soundtrack:
Promise (Reprise)See more »

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65 out of 105 people found the following review useful.
Satisfying for fans of the original, but missing that SH touch, 26 October 2012
Author: Savo from United States

I went into Silent Hill Revelation with high expectations. I liked the original film for its having successfully captured the feel of the original games, even if it wasn't terribly accurate to the actual plot of the game. I wasn't too happy that they skipped adapting Silent Hill 2, but I'll take what I can get for SH adaptations. Although I felt I got my money's worth, I wasn't as mesmerized by the film as I thought I would.

Revelation's story is a mixed bag. The film is a bizarre hybrid of both the first movie's and the game's canon, but it does a good job of tying the various threads together into a coherent plot. If you liked the original film's straight-forward take on the cult of Silent Hill and Alessa, you'll like this one. It may be missing a lot of the subtlety, but the core story is still enjoyable. However, a large amount of the dialogue is really awkward and sometimes even wince-inducing. Tidying up the dialogue and making it feel more natural would have made a noticeable difference in the final film. Overall, the story and dialogue were better in the original movie.

If you're looking for a straight adaptation of Silent Hill 3, look elsewhere. Characters have their personality and role shifted, plot twists are removed and added, and there are a whole lot of "Wait, that never happened in the game!" moments. I would describe this film as being "inspired" by the original game, as it really only covers the most important details of the original plot. However, there are a lot of clever references to the original game and to entries throughout the series that will doubtlessly please the Silent Hill addict.

Silent Hill Revelations carries over a flaw from the original in that it is absolutely obsessed with the black magic and demonic side of Silent Hill and downplays the psychological and surreal elements of the original games. The dream-like feeling that the original games inspired in players is mostly gone, even more-so than the first. However, this does in some ways create a more exciting film and lends itself well to some visceral chase sequences and graphic fights with the monsters of everyone's favorite hell-hole.

However, many of these changes are understandable. The original game thrived on atmosphere and bombarded the player with cryptic notes and bizarre occurrences as they solved puzzles and fought monsters. Film is a very different medium from video-games, so logically a lot of things had to be changed to create a story that would fit the pacing of a film. As a result, I don't have too many hard feelings about the changes made to the story.

The acting side of things is fairly positive. Adelaide Clemens does a fantastic job as Heather. She looks exactly like Heather did in the game and delivers a performance that makes Heather into a much more likable character. Sean Bean gives a decent but underutilized performance as Harry. Kit Harington is by far the weakest link in the cast in his awkward portrayal of a high-school aged Vincent. The rest of the cast give decent, if not extraordinary performances.

Visually, the film is better than you'd expect. They slashed the budget to less than half of the original's, but the film still looks pretty good. Monster costuming is phenomenal just like the first. The cinematography is fairly good and does a good job of drawing you into the film, even if the first film was better in this regard. The more large-scale visual effects and a few of the monsters are obviously CGI, but it's not too distracting.

The 3D in the film is alright, but not necessary by any means. There's some decent depth, a few cool pop-out moments, and overall it improves the look of the film, but it's hardly revolutionary. Although it is a cash-in, I respect the fact that they went to the trouble to film it in 3D instead of using a post-production job. If you decide to see this film, I'd recommend shelling out the extra few bucks to see it in 3D, as I feel it earns the up-charge.

If you liked the first film, I'd definitely recommend this film. If you're in the market for an entertaining horror film this Halloween, there are worse ways to spend your money. Silent Hill fans will have fun, as long as they aren't too picky over the particulars of the original plot. If you were displeased by the original or perhaps haven't even seen it, I'd advise passing on this one, but for everyone else I'd give this film a thumbs up.

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