Silent Hill 2
Konami's Silent Hill HD Collection will release on March 28th for the Xbox 360 and PS3. A new 30-second trailer has been unveiled showcasing the revisited games. Read on for details.
For the most part, I really dig Silent Hill. Kind of goes without saying that it's the best video game adaptation out there, but it's also a pretty good movie. The further we got away from it, it seemed less likely that we would ever see a sequel so I'm pretty happy to report on every piece of Silent Hill 2 news out there. I'm just glad to know it's on the way.
Wondering what direction the ever so twisty and turny Silent Hill series will take for its second cinema adventure? Wonder no more as director Michael J. Bassett sheds some light on what lies beyond all of that misty fog.
A couple of days ago we confirmed that the next chapter in the theatrical Silent Hill saga, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, is indeed on its way. A few more details have come to flesh things out a bit for you! From the Press Release
Some huge news out of AFM for fans of the Silent Hill franchise: Michael Bassett, director of Solomon Kane (a film we're still hoping to see someday soon), will both write and direct Silent Hill: Revelation 3D (the newly renamed sequel to Christophe Gans' Silent Hill) on location this winter in the Toronto area.
We have been waiting ever so patiently for news regarding the sequel to Christophe Gans' Silent Hill, which starred Radha Mitchell, Sean Bean, Laurie Holden, Deborah Kara Unger, Kim Coates and Tanya Allen. Finally, with AFM dawning, there's been some movement.
Finally after months of hints, suggestions, and hopes, a sequel to the 2006 film Silent Hill has just been made official. And there's much rejoicing in the ash-laden streets.
We've all been waiting what seems like forever for some news, hell, any news, to break about a sequel to the big screen adaptation of the Konami video game, Silent Hill. Finally a little bit of news has seeped out.
Nomad checked in from newfound horror hot spot Georgia with some interviews conducted on the set of The Crazies. Mind you, we can't talk about that film yet, but director Breck Eisner and stars Radha Mitchell and Danielle Panabaker did chime in on some other horror related subjects.
We’ll have to consider this pure conjecture right now, but the Canucks over at HorrorMovies.ca got word from a reliable scooper that Silent Hill 2 is still in the planning stages and looking to shoot in Toronto.
Producer Don Carmody (Silent Hill) has been spending a lot of time talking to Shock Till You Drop recently, handing out updates on his various projects like they were candy.
By now I’m sure you’ve seen it all over the place, but just in case...