In 1921, England is overwhelmed by the loss and grief of World War I. Hoax exposer Florence Cathcart visits a boarding school to explain sightings of a child ghost. Everything she believes unravels as the 'missing' begin to show themselves.
A group of longtime friends converge on a fatal course with destiny when they cross paths with Alexander Tatum, a mercenary surgeon. He is a hunter with the keen skill of one who has also ... See full summary »
Sharon Da Silva wakes up every night screaming about "silent hill". Pursued by a police officer suspicious of her motives and swerving to avoid another child her adoptive mother crashes the car knocking herself unconscious. When Rose Da Silva awakens to find her adopted child is missing, she searches the fog and ash blanketed town for her beloved daughter.Written by
Previously, Deborah Kara Unger had a close friendship with director Christophe Gans, whom she considered a mentor. Gans felt Deborah was perfect for the role of embattled mother Dahlia Gillespie, who appears at two different ages in the film. When he first approached Deborah for the role, he told her not to slap him, as he was sure she would be angered at being asked to portray a ragged old woman. Instead, Deborah was delighted by the character and quickly accepted the role. See more »
The gas station Rose stopped at and passes at the end has gas listed as per Canadian liters instead of the American gallons. See more »
Rose Da Silva:
Sharon! She's not here! Oh, God. Christopher, can you see anything? Sharon! Sharon!
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The first segment of the ending credits plays out much like the ending credits of the games. See more »
In Canada, there is rumored to exist an extended cut of the film which runs approx. 132 minutes. It is also said to be the full uncut version of the film itself, which to this day, has never been released outside Canada. This version, being the full version of the movie that was filmed contains longer, sometimes more explicit scenes, more disturbing features (as well as extended scenes that explain everything unlike in the American Theatrical Cut) that was possibly all cut to prevent an NC-17 rating in the USA. See more »
I'm not sure what the original comment leaver saw last night, but it certainly wasn't Silent Hill.
I saw a critic screening last night, and must say I was highly impressed. As a fan of the games, and anything related to them, my faith has been firmly established in Gans and Avery, and I can only wish for sequels.
The atmosphere was perfect, the acting was on point, the creatures were amazing, well, everything was amazing.
The town itself looks just like the town we love, and it's almost like coming home again. You'll see what I mean when you finally get to see the film.
Just be prepared for a disturbing, bloody (oh man, the blood), and genuinely creepy ride.
I'd say more, but giving spoilers would be like slapping you in the face.
Go see it!
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