Shhhh! It’s the Silent Hill: Revelation Trailer

Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) Movie Image

In case you weren’t all that impressed with that somewhat unintentionally amusing nurses clip that the folks behind “Silent Hill: Revelation” released during their recent stay at Comic Con, they’ve decided to give you the whole shebang in a theatrical trailer for the horror sequel. Sean Bean co-stars as the heroine’s dad. Yeah, I put Sean Bean’s character surviving this movie at around, oh, 10%, and that might be a tad generous. Anyhoo, check out the first trailer for “Silent Hill: Revelation”, check them outers. And oh yeah, it’ll also be in 3D if, you know, that factors in to whether you go see this thing or not.

The story follows Heather Mason, along with her father, who have been on the run – always one step ahead of dangerous forces that she doesn’t fully understand. Now, on the eve of her 18th birthday, plagued by horrific nightmares and the disappearance of her father, Heather discovers she’s not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deeper into a demonic world that threatens to trap her in Silent Hill forever.

Heading back up the hill this October 26, 2012 are Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Radha Mitchell, Deborah Kara Unger, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Malcolm McDowell.

Michael J. Bassett (“Solomon Kane”) directs.

Get more images and videos in our “Silent Hill: Revelation” preview page.



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  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    Yeah Sean Bean is not going to make it. I mean he disapears and once that happens in Silent Hill its worse than being dead anyway. Iactually am looking forward to this as I really liked the first film.

  • Sojourner

    Once upon a time you could dismiss most films just by the look. Unfortunately, with the leaps and bounds film have made on a technical level, that determination isn’t so easy to make anymore. The chick sure does look like the character from the games though.

  • Wingcm

    Whatever happened to the mother and daughter from the first film?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Salman-Ahmed/100003772820724 Salman Ahmed

    radha will be back so you will know what happened to her

  • Cjohnson

    I wish all directors could just dispense with all of the cliches and cheesy lines, just to help the “normal” people to catch up with what the heck’s going on since most people aren’t complete idiots or living under a rock, so the only thing cliches does is annoy people. Like in a zombie movie, you no longer have to explain to the audience that you have to shoot the zeds in the head to kill them (most of the time). So movie directors who insists on rehashing all of the tropes is just wasting screen time.

    It’s like anti-games for gamers who are totally hardcore (enough of the brain-dead casual stuff. Think DayZ.). Silent Hill is one of those games that expects you to have the guts and the intelligence to beat it. Which is why directors should expect the audience to already be genre-savvy (lots of in-jokes and references) while halting with the perennial hand-holding (which is kinda insulting when you think about it).

    Heather seems fine and the fact that the silent hill movies seems to ignore the game’s canon doesn’t bother me much anymore. But if the romance angle turns up cheezy like watching a teenage make-out movie, then I will ride my UFO and burn their homes with lemons. (yea! how do you like them lemons life? I’m not making you a damn lemonade!)