It’s been over six years, but “Silent Hill” is coming back to the big screen. The original video game adaptation starred Radha Mitchell as Rose, the adoptive mother of little Sharon (Jodelle Ferland). Sleepwalking sessions and creepy drawings lead Rose to dismiss her husband’s (Sean Bean) protests and take Sharon to the place in her pictures, Silent Hill.
Following game three of the series, in “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D,” Sharon is all grown up and now goes by the name Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens). This time it’s all about Sharon, er, Heather, and her coming to terms with who she is and her connection to the horrific and twisted realm of Silent Hill.
“Silent Hill: Revelation 3D” made its way to San Diego Comic Con and both Clemens and writer-director Michael J. Bassett took the time to field a few questions. Check out what the pair had to say about jumping from the 2006 film to this one, the visual styling you can expect and more.