Silent Hill

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Unable to accept the fact that her daughter is dying, Rose decides to take the girl to a faith healer. On the way, the pair drive through a portal in reality, leading to an eerie town called Silent Hill. The town is surrounded by a potent darkness, and the human survivors fight a losing battle against it.
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Dark Horizons
Whilst not as atrocious as some other films that have opened this year, the truely woeful story and quality of Silent is saved only by its occasion moments of visual flair, and its all over effective creepy atmosphere.
January 15, 2008
Village Voice
Stuffed with cheap effects and devoid of tension, this French-Japanese-U.S. co-production contributes exactly zilch to the rich film history of those three nations.
May 02, 2006
New York Post
A great-looking but stupefyingly incoherent supernatural thriller,
April 24, 2006
Baltimore City Paper
Visually arresting but only sporadically enthralling.
January 22, 2010
Big Picture Big Sound
The latest, most ambitious and perhaps least comprehensible video game adaptation in recent memory.
July 14, 2007
New York Times
Structured around a series of blackouts and gross-outs, Silent Hill is one long free fall through icky surrealism and underlighted nightmares.
April 25, 2006
Time Out
French director Christophe Gans's adaptation of the Silent Hill computer game is visually inspired and thematically ambitious, yet ultimately uninvolving.
May 06, 2006
AV Club
The film's peculiar rhythms%u2014action, exposition, action, exposition%u2014betray its video-game roots, but audiences unfamiliar with the Silent Hill series can be forgiven for thinking that the game asks players to run from place to place, shouting a l
April 27, 2006
Entertainment Weekly
Silent Hill is mostly paralyzing in its vagueness.
April 26, 2006
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