Silent Hill: Revelation

Continuity mistake: In the first film, "Red Pyramid" is portrayed as absolutely massive. (Judging by the scene in which he rips a cultist's skin off, he is about 10-12' tall) Yet, as evidenced in the final fight sequence, he appears to be significantly smaller in this film. (7-8' tall).

Continuity mistake: At the end, when Claudia transforms into the final creature after touching the seal/amulet, her human body begins to disintegrate. As she screams and the scene cuts from a medium shot to a closeup, all of her hair suddenly vanishes between shots.

Continuity mistake: When Heather is in the mall and sees the guy hanging upside down, the way the man rips the flesh looks and moves is fake, you can see the hole of were the flesh ends.

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Continuity mistake: In the first film, "Red Pyramid" is portrayed as absolutely massive. (Judging by the scene in which he rips a cultist's skin off, he is about 10-12' tall) Yet, as evidenced in the final fight sequence, he appears to be significantly smaller in this film. (7-8' tall).

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Trivia: Roger Avery, who wrote the original film, originally planned on writing this sequel. However, he was jailed for vehicular manslaughter following a car-accident shortly before he began work on the script. He managed to work out a deal that would allow him to write the film from prison, but his negotiations with the studio eventually fell through, and he was forced to leave the project.

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Question: Towards the end of the film, Heather steals the Seal from inside of Leonard, and we see him burn up. But the shot goes noticeably out of focus when this happens. What gives? The scene appears to be CG, so it makes no sense for it to go so badly out of focus. Were they just trying to cover up a dodgy effect?

Answer: I believe your theory is correct, it appears to go out of focus to help cover up some unconvincing CGI. The final explosion looks very cartoonish.

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