After a car crash in Silent Hill, with his daughter Cheryl, Harry Mason wakes up and see that Cheryl disappeared. In search for her in the town, he starts to find more than he was looking for.

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Dahlia Gillespie (voice) (uncredited)
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Mr. Capra / Dog Pound Clerk (voice) (uncredited)
Mari Devon ...
Lucy (voice) (uncredited)
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Michelle Valdez (voice) (uncredited)
Tomm Hulett ...
James Sunderland (voice) (uncredited)
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Diane / Woman on Phone (voice) (uncredited)
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John (voice) (uncredited)
Mona Marshall ...
Boy / Bedrock Security Announcer / Emergeny Call Operator / Valerie (voice) (uncredited)
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Dr. Michael Kaufmann / Bodkin Phone Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
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Cheryl Heather Mason / Michelle Vasquez (voice) (uncredited)
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Father on Phone (voice) (uncredited)
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Cybil Bennett (voice) (uncredited)
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Lisa Garland (voice) (uncredited)
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Harry Mason (voice) (uncredited)
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After a car crash in Silent Hill, with his daughter Cheryl, Harry Mason wakes up and see that Cheryl disappeared. In search for her in the town, he starts to find more than he was looking for.

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Drama | Horror | Mystery

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12 February 2010 (UK)  »

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This is the last Silent Hill entry Akira Yamaoka was involved with prior to his resignation from Konami Digital Entertainment Inc. around the end of 2009. He has stated he would return to work on future titles if asked. See more »

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After suffering a head injury from crashing her ambulance, Lisa returns to her apartment to take a nap. As a nurse, she would know that due to risk of concussion, sleeping after sustaining a head injury is a bad idea. See more »

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[Michelle had taken Harry to the principal's office]
Michelle: If we're lucky the door won't be locked.
[opens the door]
Michelle: Bingo.
Harry Mason: We're breaking into the principal's office?
Michelle: Well, the door WAS unlocked.
Harry Mason: And we both feel bad about it.
[Michelle and Harry walk inside]
Michelle: [to the vacant secretary's desk] Sorry, Mrs. Albright.
Harry Mason: She still around? I remember her.
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Remake of Silent Hill (1999) See more »

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Acceptance
Lyrics by Joe Romersa
Vocals by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
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Silent Hill in name only...
10 November 2010 | by (Kentucky, United States) – See all my reviews

I have been a Silent Hill fan since the first game. The series was a masterpiece. It took what Alone in the Dark and Resident Evil had started and then capitalized on it with its own brand of survival horror. Everyone seems to love the story of Silent Hill 2 the best ( I to am one of those people) but for the atmosphere and pure terrifying chills, the first Silent Hill is the one to visit.

When I heard that Silent Hill was being remade, I was very skeptical. Then I thought, well it might not be so bad if its a direct remake with amped up graphics. First we find out that most of the characters from the first Silent Hill are in Shattered Memories in name only. They bear no resemblance or anything for that matter to most of the characters. Lisa's character still holds some of that crazy charm she had in the original but keep in mind this one has nothing to do with the original. Instead of having the town turn to what most describe as "hell mode" it turns to this iced over frozen realm where we basically get the same creatures re spawning time and time again. The Silent Hill series has always been noted for its grotesque creatures and you never know when you are going to run into a new one. Not the case here.

I have a few hunches on what happened with this game. First of all I don't think this game was originally written to be a Silent Hill game. Both have sort of similar beginnings in which we have a father wrecking with his daughter and his daughter goes missing. I feel like when writing this story people caught on that it sounded a whole lot like Silent Hill 1 in the sense of the wreck and Harry searching the town for his missing daughter. So they decided to just reboot the franchise with this game. To me this game should not have Silent Hill in the title at all.


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