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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Resurrect the Silent Hill franchise by returning it to what made it great

A new petition is taking off, one that aims to get the Silent Hill series make a full return. What kind of a return? How about what put it on the map to start with? The petition makes one thing crystal clear. Over the past few years the series has been moving further and further away from what made it so great. The sense of game play, writing, and atmosphere has been somewhat lost, especially in the wake of Book of Memories, which didn't sit too well with the fans out there. So what is the solution?

The petition gives some great pointers to making a great Silent Hill title, such as letting veteran developers take another whack at it, along with taking the time to make the game play mechanics easier, but giving you that feel of being trapped and scared to death. The art, the style of characters, voice acting, and of course the music composition are all elements that need both time and the right people at the helm to deliver a great release. SH 2 was a great example of that, and perhaps could serve as at least part of a catalyst for future releases.

On another note, time pays, if you use it to also make sure the bugs are ironed out. Downpour suffered a bit from graphical glitches, and it is kind of  hard to be afraid when you walk down a hall and part of the ceiling is missing. So if you agree that the series needs a complete return to what made it so great, I invite you to sign the petition and add your voice to an already growing list of others.

Because there was a hole here. It's gone now.

Resurrect SH2



Signed prints are available for the Silent Hill Requiem film

Relax fans and collectors of Silent Hill, as you can now get your signed prints for the new Requiem film currently in production. What was born out of a dream, is now becoming a reality, as you have up to 10 different signed 8x11 prints for purchase to choose from. These prints arrange from characters James Sunderland, Heather, Mary, Maria, Cynthia, and even Henry. You're going to want one, so be the first to show one more more of these puppies off in front of friends. From the prints you can see that they reflect the perspective and dark feel of the movie, something the fans will appreciate.

Those new to Silent Hill Requiem should be brought up to speed, and to do so all you need to do is follow Zenithfilms on either Tumblr or Facebook. Gareth Morgan is the man behind the magic of the film, and even has plans to do a follow up 12 part web series that takes place 16 years beyond the Requiem story line. Talk about planning ahead!

Take a look at the links below to keep up with the films production, and while your at hit be sure to spread those links around and share with friends. Projects like this are made possible with your support, so be sure to tell others!

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Silent Hill Requiem T-Shirts going on sale this weekend along with 8x11 signed prints

Those of you who are following the production for the new Silent Hill Requiem movie, you might want to add this to your existing horror movie arsenal. T-Shirts and 8x11 signed prints based on the film will be sold this weekend via the official store. The company producing the movie is Zenithfilms, and you can follow them on Facebook, as well as Tumblr to keep up with the latest information from both Requiem and other movie projects taking place.

I also want to invite you to check out the official YouTube channel for Zenithfilms, and subscribe there as well to keep up with any new video releases and trailers being posted. While your at it you can show your personal support by liking and sharing the links to friends and family to let them know about the project. Also in the works is a new 12 part web series for the movie that takes place 16 years after Requiem. There is so much more to come, and you don't want to miss it especially if you're a fan of the series. Come join the fun and I'll see you soon!

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