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|Silent Hill: Revelation 3D|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Michael J. Bassett|
|Produced by||Samuel Hadida
|Written by||Michael J. Bassett|
|Based on||Silent Hill 3
Deborah Kara Unger
|Music by||Jeff Danna
|Editing by||Michele Conroy|
|Distributed by||Open Road Films (US)
|Running time||94 minutes|
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a 2012 Canadian-French 3D horror film directed and written by Michael J. Bassett and a sequel to the film Silent Hill. Revelation 3D stars Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Deborah Kara Unger, Martin Donovan, Malcolm McDowell, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Sean Bean, and is based on the survival horror video game Silent Hill 3 by Konami. Revelation 3D's plot follows teenager Heather Mason (Clemens) who discovers on the eve of her eighteenth birthday that her presumed identity is false and as a result is drawn to an alternate dimension existing in the fictitious American town of Silent Hill.
Prior to the beginning of Revelation 3D's filming, Bassett expressed his openness to fans' suggestions of actresses for Heather's role. On an estimated $20 million budget, filming lasted from March to May 2011 in Canada, with the 3D RED Epic camera used for the process; audio mixing took place in France. Revelation 3D has grossed $52,302,796 as of March 27, 2013, but has received mainly negative reviews by film critics.
Heather Mason and her adoptive father Christopher Da Silva have spent the past few years moving from town to town and assuming different identities. Heather believes that they are on the run from the police because Harry killed a man in self-defense and that her adoptive mother Rose died in a car crash. In actual fact, Harry has been protecting her from the Order, a cult of Silent Hill, a town haunted by shifting dimensions. Rose was able to free Heather (then Sharon) from one of the alternate dimensions using one half of a talisman called the Seal of Metatron, but Rose remained trapped in Silent Hill.
Heather meets fellow student Vincent Cooper, but is haunted by hallucinations of Silent Hill. She is approached by private investigator Douglas Cartland regarding her identity. Heather warns Harry, but he is abducted by the Order and taken to Silent Hill. Unaware of this, Heather goes to a mall to wait for Harry, but enters the Silent Hill's Otherworld. Douglas explains he was hired by the Order to find Heather, but decides to help her when he discovered who his clients were. A monster, the Missionary, kills Douglas, but returning to the real world, Heather flees, leaving her a suspect to Douglas' murder.
Vincent escorts her home, but they find a message instructing Heather to go to Silent Hill. Heather learns the truth by reading a letter from her father, and decides to go to Silent Hill to rescue him; she takes the other half of the Seal of Metatron which is stored in her house. Heather and Vincent travel to the town, but stop at a motel, where Vincent reveals that he is the son of the Order’s leader Claudia Wolf, and was sent by her to convince Heather to willingly come to Silent Hill. He reveals that Heather is a part of Alessa Gillespie, a girl who was burnt 38 years ago by the Order, leading her to create the town's shifting dimensions. A shift to the Otherworld occurs, and Vincent is dragged away by the Missionary after telling Heather to find his grandfather Leonard who possesses the Seal of Metatron's other half.
Heather ventures into one of the alternate dimensions to find Leonard. She encounters Alessa’s mother Dahlia, who reveals that Claudia intends to complete a purpose intended for Alessa at her burning. Heather finds Leonard who after informing her that the Seal of Metatron will reveal "the true nature of things," he fuses Heather's half of the amulet with the one he possesses and Heather retrieves the complete amulet. Vincent is condemned insane by Claudia for betraying the Order.
Heather and Vincent meet and they go to Lakeside Amusement Park, where the Order's sanctuary is hidden. Dark Alessa, the manifestation of Alessa’s wrath, confronts Heather who embraces her counterpart, absorbing her and making Alessa complete once again. Heather confronts Claudia, who is holding Harry and Vincent hostage. Claudia explains that Alessa's destiny was to be the incubator for a deity worshipped by the Order; the deity will punish all sinners upon its birth and Heather's destiny will be complete. Realizing Leonard's words, Heather gives Claudia the Seal of Metatron, revealing her to be the Missionary. Heather summons the creature Red Pyramid, who kills the Missionary, allowing Heather to rescue Vincent and Harry.
As the fog fades from town, Harry decides to stay in Silent Hill to find and free Rose, leaving Heather in Vincent's care. Heather and Vincent hitch a ride with a truck driver and leave town, as Silent Hill is consumed by fog.
- Adelaide Clemens as Sharon Da Silva / Heather Mason, the troubled adoptive daughter of Rose and Chris Da Silva who has been running away from Silent Hill with Chris for six years, and as Memory of Alessa, the doppelganger of Sharon. Clemens was chosen for the role by fans.
- Kit Harington as Vincent Cooper, the son of Claudia Wolf and the grandson of Leonard Wolf who betrays his mother to help Sharon.
- Sean Bean as Christopher Da Silva / Harry Mason, the adoptive father of Sharon who has been keeping Heather's true identity and memories a secret out of protection for six years.
- Carrie-Anne Moss as Claudia Wolf, the priestess of the Order, sister of Christabella, daughter of Leonard, and is the main antagonist of the film who holds Chris captive. Moss was chosen by fans for the role.
- Malcolm McDowell as Leonard Wolf, the grandfather of Vincent and father of Claudia who was chained down and abandoned by the cult.
- Martin Donovan as Douglas Cartland, a detective hired by Claudia to spy on Sharon and Vincent to capture them.
- Radha Mitchell as Rose Da Silva, the adoptive mother of Sharon and wife to Chris who is now trapped in the fog world.
- Deborah Kara Unger as Dahlia Gillespie, the ragged and depressed biological mother of Alessa Gillespie who wanders through Silent Hill's alternate dimensions.
- Erin Pitt as Alessa Gillespie, the tormented daughter of Dahlia Gillespie who was severely burned by the cult, and young Sharon Da Silva, and as Dark Alessa in flashbacks.
- Roberto Campanella as Red Pyramid, a humanoid monster wearing a triangular shaped helmet who protects Sharon and Alessa.
Following the release of Silent Hill, Christophe Gans, its director, reported that a sequel "is officially ordered and is already well underway". However, he then declined to direct a sequel, stating he "had other projects in mind." Michael J. Bassett then took over writing and directing duties. Silent Hill's writer Roger Avary had planned to return to the sequel, before his arrest in 2008 for vehicular manslaughter. Michael J. Bassett later replaced Gans and Avary as writer and director.
In 2009, video game artist Masahiro Ito, who participated in the development of multiple installments of the Silent Hill series of video games, was asked to design the creatures and the look of the "Otherworld" dimension featured in the film, but declined the offer because of other obligations. Jeff Danna and Akira Yamaoka composed the film's soundtrack.
Prior to the start of Silent Hill: Revelation 3D's filming, Bassett expressed in his official blog that he was open to fans' suggestions of whom to cast as main protagonist Heather Mason, provided that the actress would provide a realistic portrayal of an eighteen-year-old and that she would be "well known." The existence of a page on the website IMDb was also cited as a requirement. Australian actress Adelaide Clemens was eventually cast in the role.
Filming and audio mixing 
Principal photography began in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on March 7, 2011 and wrapped in May 2011, with the 3D RED Epic camera used for the process. Street and bridge scenes were shot in Galt from March 21 to March 26 and scenes set at Silent Hill's Lakeside Amusement Park were filmed at the Cherry Beach park on April 7, 2011. The final theatrical mix for the film was completed on February 2, 2012. The film's audio mixing took place in Paris, France, and was handled by a team of six people.
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D received its premier in Hong Kong on 25 October 2012. Its U.S. premiere, released through Open Road Films, was on October 26, 2012. Two clips were screened at San Diego Comic-Con International 2012 and a trailer was published on July 27, 2012. There is no Australian release date yet.
Box office 
Critical reception 
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D received mainly negative reviews from film critics, and currently holds a 6% approval rating on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, based on 50 critics and an average rating of 2.9 out of 10. The site's consensus is: "Mediocre effort even by the standards of video game adaptations, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D features weak characters and an incomprehensible plot with a shortage of scares".Dennis Harvey of Variety said that "Silent Hill: Revelation 3D" is a "cheaper, cheesier sequel that's worse than its predecessor on every level (save being a half-hour shorter) and takes no special advantage of the stereoscopic process."  On imdb it currently holds a rating 5.0/10
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