Silent Hill Revelation Poster Is Here To Tell You That It's In 3D

Adelaide Clemens and Kit Harington in Silent Hill: Revelation
(Image credit: Alliance Films)

There are two kinds of 3D movies: there are the ones that use the tool to add breadth and scope, and the others that just want to throw stuff out of the screen to freak out the audience. Both categories have their place in film, but neither can be mistaken for the other. Judging from the first poster for Silent Hill Revelation 3D, it will fit into the latter category.

Open Road Films has released the official one-sheet for the upcoming video game adaptation, and it would seem that their number one goal is to make sure the audience knows that the film is in 3D. I think that the size and angle of Pyramid Head's sword does the job quite nicely, don't you? Check out the poster below and click on it to see it full size in our database.

A sequel to the Christophe Gans-directed 2006 movie, Silent Hill Revelation 3D follows Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) as she finds that her father (Sean Bean) has been kidnapped and taken to the terrifying alternate reality known as Silent Hill. With the help of her friend (Kit Harington) she ventures into the new strange world to find her father, but also discovers answers to the horrible nightmares that she has had since she was a child. Written and directed by Michael J. Bassett, the movie will be coming out just in time for Halloween on October 26th and you can see more from it in our Blend Film Database.

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