If Silent Hill scared you silly, we have some bad news. Director Michael J.Bassett says he wants to make Silent Hill: Revelation 3D even more terrifying.
"I want this to be much more frightening than the first movie as well, because I think that is true to what Silent Hill is," said Bassett.
"They are the most frightening computer games ever made..."
Regardless of the first film being met with some critical negativity - Total Film included (opens in new tab) - producer Don Carmody assures us that the sequel is going to stay true to the beloved game, whilst also appealing to movie-goers en mass.
"Silent Hill is not a blockbuster game like Resident Evil or the other games out there. It's a connoisseurs' game. It has its own, rabid fan base. They're not cheap, these things. You have to appeal not only to the gamers, you have to appeal to a wider audience."
Despite the negative reaction to the first movie, it does have a handful of loyal fans.
The Silent Hill games manage to tap into an atmospheric terror which leaves you genuinely scared, if the sequel can get half of that fear across, Bassett will be on to a winner.
Production is underway for Silent Hill: Revelation 3D and we can expect a theatrical release in 2012.