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Silent Hill: Revelation 3D
Now, your latest installment in the series Sequels No One Asked For! (And if you did ask for it, then I am sorry, you are a nobody). It joins last week’s addition to the Paranormal Activity franchise and a probably about million others in rehashing a story most people had forgotten ever even existed in the first place. Silent Hill everyone...clap, clap, clap.
When a movie looks like it was imagined by a group of middle schoolers using a white board to fill in the brainstorm “Things that would totally be scary” it probably doesn’t deserve to see the light of day. This list presumably included, but was not limited to the the following: spiders, things written in blood on a wall, high school, carnival rides, darkness, Hell, moving to a new town, making new friends, new friends getting dragged into hell, old ladies in rags, young possessed girls, medallions, fog, more fog, symbols, being stuck with no friends, demons.
Alas, this flick miraculously made it through every phase of production and will hit theaters in time for Halloween. (In 3D for a little extra cash grab) Written and directed by Michael J. Bassett (Solomon Kane-63%), this movie comes in the aftermath of the disaster Silent Hill (29%) and tells the story of...nevermind, nobody cares. The Rotten Watch for Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is
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