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Silent Hill Revelation 3D – Reviews round-up

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Silent Hill Revelation 3D - Malcolm McDowell and Adelaide Clemens
Silent Hill Revelation 3D - Malcolm McDowell and Adelaide Clemens

Pictured above; Silent Hill Revelation 3D – Leonard (Malcolm McDowell) in chains and Heather (Adelaide Clemens) ©2012 Open Road Films

Although Silent Hill Revelation 3D has been predicted to take the most money of the new releases at this weeks box office it seems that none of the reviewers really like it!

New York Times Silent Hill Revelation 3D review

The film is nothing if not liberal with its bloodletting, which integrates cleverly at times with the 3-D: lopped fingers, for example, fly toward the audience. But personalities and plot are thumbnail sketches at best. Silent Hill gamers have goals to reach for; “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D” viewers receive little to sustain them.

[Rating: 2 star] From our reading of the review

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Los Angeles Times Silent Hill Revelation 3D review

It’s never a good sign when the trailers playing before a film have richer, more complete narratives than the feature you’ve paid to see. Yet that will be precisely the experience for anyone heading out to watch the new horror film “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D” in theaters.

[Rating: 1 star] From our reading of the review

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Chicago Tribune Silent Hill Revelation 3D review

The new “Hill” is more or less as striking as the earlier ones. There’s a god-awful script filled with references to “The Order” and “The Brethren,” who may have the other half of “The Seal” which they may keep in “The Sanctuary.” Or was it “The Asylum”?

[Rating: 1 star]

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Entertainment Weekly Silent Hill Revelation 3D review

[Sean] Bean and Malcolm McDowell slum it enjoyably in their brief roles, although they spend most of their scenes in chains, which makes it seem as if they were forced into the movie against their will. Admittedly, there’s not much here that should have attracted them. This sequel is very grim pickings.

[Rating: 1 star]

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Variety Silent Hill Revelation 3D review

Silent Hill Revelation 3D [is a] 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.

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[Rating: 2 star] From our reading of the review