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Silent Hill- Review By: Roger Moore


Silent Hill- Review By: Roger Moore

Score: Technical: 80, Story: 70, Acting: 70, Overall Score: 73%

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Directed By: Christophe Gans

Written By: Roger Avary

A little girl Anna has a dangerous sleepwalking problem that leads her mother Rose to try and solve the mystery of where her little girl drifts off to every night in her sleep. Speaking out about strange things while she’s asleep, Anna draws the visions of her dreams while she is awake, in her dreams she dreams of a town called Silent Hill. The two set out to find this strange and destroyed town they end up in a world not of their own.

This movie was not a disappointing one, it gets Roger Moore’s Two Skipped Beats, not a heart stopper but the filming was done very well. The visual effects in this movie were excellent, with the demons and the way the town was set up everything seemed so realistic. Watching this movie on the Drive-In screen made it that much better; the large screen with the surround sound made this movie that much better. It making it’s way into any collection wouldn’t be a bad thing.

Silent Hill (Widescreen Edition)

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