Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Silent Hill: Revelation Blu-ray Review


Suffering from problems with the running time, trite dialogue and scenes of little consequence stuck together by incoherence and ambiguity Silent Hill was far from a masterpiece. It did, however, have a number of good ideas and the potential to build on them with this sequel.
Silent Hill: Revelation fixes the running time by making it half an hour shorter, there is less pointless running about, and thankfully there is less ambiguity in the narrative. The ending is still vague and smug but there are bigger problems ahead. The dialogue is far worse in this film than its predecessor and this leads to moments that are downright confusing and unnecessarily complicated. Responding to overwhelming terror the dialogue becomes idiotic, overly expositional and completely unnatural. It’s horrendous, like a bad translation.
 
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