Dead Silence (2007)

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Newlyweds Jamie (Kwanten) and Lisa Ashen have established a new life for themselves far from their hometown of Ravens Fair--a sleepy, near-forgotten blip on the map haunted by late-night whispers and ghost stories from generations past. But when his wife is gruesomely murdered, Jamie reluctantly returns to Ravens Fair for the funeral, intent on unraveling the mystery surrounding her death.

Once back under his family's roof, reunited with his ill father (Gunton) and his father's new young bride (Valletta), Jamie begins to explore the creepy town and encounters the legend of Mary Shaw, a famous murdered ventriloquist whose presence still casts a pall over Ravens Fair. Himself the lead suspect in his wife's murder, Jamie is forced to dig deep into the town's bloody past for answers, where he soon uncovers the truth behind the curse that ended Lisa's life...and threatens to take his as well.




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Dead Silence Release Date
In Theaters March 16, 2007
Dead Silence Credits
Starring: Ryan Kwanten, Amber Valletta, Donnie Wahlberg, Bob Gunton
Directed by: James Wan
Produced by: Gregg Hoffman, Oren Koules, Mark Burg
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
Distributor: Universal Pictures
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by Gabe Toro July 14, 2014 discussion comments
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Based on a script written by Jay Cocks, who previously worked with Scorsese on 2002's Gangs of New York, the new movie will be set in the 17th century and follow a pair of Jesuit priests who travel to Japan in the hopes of both spreading their faith and locating their mentor.
by Eric Eisenberg February 11, 2014 discussion comments
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by Eric Eisenberg January 31, 2014 discussion comments
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by Gabe Toro January 13, 2014 discussion comments
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by Sean O'Connell May 7, 2013 discussion comments
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This is a story we've heard again, and again, and again. But with its financing lined up, it seems like this really could be Scorsese's shot to make the movie he's so long to shoot. Depending on the scheduling requirements of his not yet announced cast, Silence could shoot in Taiwan as early as July 2014.
by Kristy Puchko April 19, 2013 discussion comments
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Martin Scorsese has been working regularly for almost the span of his entire career, putting out a new movie every couple of years or so since the 1970s, but for the last decade or so there has been two projects in particular that have never been able to fully grab the Oscar-winning director's full attention.
by Eric Eisenberg January 18, 2013 discussion comments
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by Eric Eisenberg December 5, 2011 discussion comments
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by Eric Eisenberg February 16, 2011 discussion comments
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