Continuity mistake: When Chris pulls up at the bridge barricade, he gets out and his collar is down. In the very next shot his Burberry collar is sticking right up.
Rose, after reaching the basement in the hospital, finds out that the 'demon' is actually a manifestation of the dark side of Alessa's soul. Before the town was abandoned, the people seen earlier in the church were a cult-like group of religious fanatics that burned people they considered to be witches. They burned Alessa, but did not manage to kill her; before they could, the cult accidently set the coal below on fire, and the police arrived, sending Alessa to the town hospital. Dark Alessa explains to Rose that she can not punish the fanatics because their "blind devotion" in their beliefs protects them. In order to rescue her adopted daughter (who is the manifestation of the remaining goodness of Alessa's soul), she offers to take Dark Alessa into the church. Rose goes into the church, in time to save her daughter, but not in time to save Cybil, the police officer, from being burned. After the Church leader stabs Rose, Rose's wound heals, and Dark Alessa and Alessa enter the church, and kill all the fanatics. The two sides of Alessa's soul recombine, creating a full rebirth of Alessa in Sharon's body. Rose leaves Silent Hill with Alessa, using her car (which Alessa now allows to work). Rose is still in the foggy world at the end, and her husband can't see her.
Alessa: Look at me, I'm burning.
Trivia: Director Christophe Gans wanted to use the original soundtrack recordings of Akira Yamaoka's scores from the various "Silent Hill" video games in the film. However, due to a legality issue necessitating the hiring of a Canadian composer for the film, Jeff Danna was selected to serve as the lead credited composer. However, it was later confirmed that he actually composed very little original music for the film, and instead mainly focused on created re-mixes and new recordings of the themes from the video-games, so that he and director Gans could preserve Akira Yamaoka's music and style as much as possible.
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