Usually when people say a plot is complex, my response is, there is no such thing as a “complex” plot just a poorly written script. Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, the sequel to the 2006 film (Was anyone screaming for this?) that is based on a popular videogame series, is a confused mess for most of its 94 minute run time.
While I missed the first 10 minutes with Adelaide Clemons, I managed to catch the full interview with Kit Harington. Its funny, I spent the first 5 minutes thinking, he looks familiar. Then someone asked a Game of Thrones question then I was like, it’s John Snow! Luckily I didn’t go fan girl on him. I joked he looks radically different without the Wolf and the Winter padding. Of course he couldn’t tell us much, but hey, we tried! Here’s ten minutes with Kit Harington!
I had a chance to sit down with Silent Hill: Revelation 3D’s Adelaide Clemens at New York Comic Con 2012. Unfortunately Kevin Smith showed up late for his interview, so I missed most of Adelaide. I did manage to catch the last 5 minutes. She comes across as nice and down to earth. After doing some TV and making an appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine this is Adelaide’s major break, next year her name will be on everyone’s lips as she stars opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Gatsby. Here’s five minutes with Adelaide.
Hey, its time for another one of our painfully, simple contests. Courtesy of our new friends at Open Road Films, we have an amazing Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Prize Pack to give away! The Pack includes 2 T-Shirts, an Autographed Cast Poster and a copy of the Silent Hill: Book of Memories Video Game!