Silent Hill teaser trailer drops

First trailer released as another horror series is adapted to film

It's finally happening: Silent Hill, Konami's cinematic psychological horror series, is being made into a movie. Only time will tell if the big-screen adaptation, penned by Roger Avary (Glitterati, True Romance) and directed by Christophe Gans (Brotherhood of the Wolf, Crying Freeman ), will be a crass tie-in or the first smart video game movie, but in the meantime itsteaser trailerhits most of the right notes while showing us almost nothing of the movie itself.

Distributed by Sony Pictures and based loosely on the first game, Silent Hill is scheduled to hit theaters April 21.


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