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Red Pyramid Thing & Bubble Head Nurse Variants Headed to SDCC ’13

on Sun, Apr 28, 2013 | By H.B. Duran

For you Hill Heads lucky enough to attend  San Diego Comic Con 2013, Gecco, Mamegyorai and ToyMunkey Studios have unveiled two Silent Hill statue variants exclusive to the show: Red Pyramid Thing – Mannequin Version Similar in many ways to the limited edition Red Pyramid Thing statue, this variant swaps the “Laying Demon” (aka Patient Demon or Straight Jacket)...

Win a Signed Silent Hill: Origins Poster!

on Tue, Apr 2, 2013 | By H.B. Duran

Climax Studios is giving away a signed Silent Hill: Origins poster! While exploring the cellar of their development studio, they found this lovely, forgotten piece of artwork from the game: “Rather than condemn it to a life of darkness we have decided to give the artwork away and to make it even more enticing it has been signed on the back members of the team involved...

Review: Silent Hill Book of Memories Expansion Pack

on Thu, Mar 28, 2013 | By H.B. Duran

On March 18, 2013, Konami and Wayforward Technologies released the first DLC for Silent Hill Book of Memories. The expansion pack includes a plethora of enhancements that don’t interfere with your current progress. The Silent Hill Book of Memories Expansion Pack includes: 10 new playable characters, including  James Sunderland and Heather Morris 50 New Outfits 15 New...

Silent Hill: Book of Memories Patch & DLC Now Available

on Sat, Mar 23, 2013 | By H.B. Duran

It’s been nearly five months since the release of Silent Hill: Book of Memories and Wayforward has just released its first patch. The 339MB download integrates code necessary for the Expansion Pack DLC, but also addresses some common concerns about gameplay. “The main change is the integration of the new DLC elements,” director Adam Tierney told Rely on Horror,...

Silent Hill: Revelation Trailer Terrifies Japan

Silent Hill Movie
on Sat, Mar 16, 2013 | By H.B. Duran

Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is headed to the birthplace of fog and air raid sirens, and only time will tell if the movie will be a financial success. Japanese horror films are some of the most memorable, often remade into American versions; i.e. The Ring and The Grudge. So will Japanese Hill Heads appreciate Michael J. Bassett’s version of our beloved town? Here’s...