Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is the sequel to 2006's Silent Hill and that both films are based on popular video games. The original dealt with the disturbing disappearance of a young girl; that character has now grown into a brave and resourceful teen. There's lots of strong fantasy/horror violence, including nightmarish imagery (characters with no faces and other creepy things) and blood and gore (particularly severed limbs and heads). Language includes a few uses of both "f--k" and "s--t," and a topless woman is shown for a few moments in one scene, though otherwise -- except for some mild teen flirting -- sex and sexual innuendo aren't really issues.
One female victim is shown topless while lying on a table (just before she's turned into a mannequin). The two teen leads share a brief scene of flirting.
Extreme fantasy/horror violence, with lots of nightmarish images -- i.e. characters with no faces, creepy monsters, etc. Characters are shot and stabbed, with spurts of blood. Many human arms are severed in one sequence, and in other sequences, fingers and heads are severed, and a human victim's flesh is sliced from his chest. In a brief nightmare sequence, a teen girl is on fire, and in a quick flashback, a boy's chest is shown carved up and bleeding. Also some fighting, with weapons.
Language includes a few uses of "f--k" and "s--t," as well as "hell," "oh my God," and "Jesus," used as an exclamation.
A teen girl learns some very tough lessons about her unusual (supernatural) life and still manages to keep a positive outlook, working hard to find solutions. But the movie's plot is very muddled/complex, and it's difficult to know exactly what the problems and solutions are.
Facebook is mentioned a few times, including the phrase "f--k Facebook." Twitter is also mentioned once.
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