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Plot: Every town has its own ghost story, and a local folktale around Ravens Fair is about a ventriloquist named Mary Shaw. After she went mad in the 1940s, she was accused of kidnapping a young boy who yelled out in one of her performances that she was a fraud. Because of this she was hunted down by… Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 16 Mar 2007
What a Horror Movie is Supposed to Be Like! (by Foxbarking)
After a recent flood in the last few years of very terrible horror films, it's good to know there are some directors out there still able to make something the way it's supposed to be made. There have been a few movies that have had their moments, don't get me wrong. However, the lot of so called 'horror' films that are made for PG-13 ratings have been nothing by disappointments to hardcore horror fans. Dead Silence is like an spot of dry land in that flood.We all have seen some commercials for this movie and heard the little rhyme that accompanies it. The ads only give so <more>
much away though, and I am going to not give away any more. However, I will let you know that this movie will be more than worth your time if you truly like the horror genre.As good as it is, it is not without a small amount of horror cliché. However, one might not be able to make such a movie anyway. However, the freaky parts are very freaky and you will feel yourself being pulled into the plights of the characters.I have never been one to find ventriloquist dummies scary. But if you are, than this movie will frighten you. It's not a movie that relies on big "jump" scenes either. It's images and implications are really frightening.See this movie right away and you won't regret it!
James Wan & Leigh Whannell are masterminds in this gender especially when it comes to the twist in the end. I liked the Saw films because of the twist in the end. Saw had more gore less thrill but Dead Silence was the opposite it had more thrill less gore which was more of my type of film. The movie was emotionally & psychologically thrilling and was made so dark & sinister that really did suit the mood for the film. It's been a long time since I saw a movie this scary e.g. Jaws & IT. I don't think there ever has been a horror film about dummies but there was a <more>
Goosebumps episode called "Night of the Living Dummy" which was rather funny than scary so this film was quite different. I can't explain how horrifying it was, definitely the kind of movie that made my heart beat faster and hold the arms of the chair tight throughout the whole film. I prefer eerie & frighting scenes in a horror movie rather than violence & gore because the main aim of horror genre is to scare. The ending was the icing on the cake and when I left the cinema hall I was saying to myself "Wow! What an awesome movie" It had one of the best twist I ever seen in film history. Overall in my opinion Dead Silence is one of the best horror films ever and I liked it better then Saw. I also noticed the Jigsaw puppet in the scene where there was a room full of puppets and a clown puppet on a chair. It was on the ground in front of the support beam.
I saw a sneak peek at the mall the day before I wrote this and I seriously had nightmares after I saw this. It was so freaky! And the fact that I hate dummies made the nightmares and movie even scarier.And the music is so unique...it has a doll/ventriloquist-type feeling to it, but it was also unsettling but cool! The fact the writer and director of 'Saw' wrote this...and that the same director James Wan is directing this! This movie is going to be another surprise like 'Saw', when almost everyone thought it was just going to be one of those stupid slasher movies. But no, <more>
this one is not just one of those stupid slasher movies. In fact, it's not even a slasher. Well, it is, but in doll-form...haha.The acting, however, wasn't as good as I expected it to be, but the good jump-out-of-your-seat and keeps-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat scares covered all of that up.The storyline...well, yea, it's unrealistic, but it kicks in some good scares.The only major bad thing about this movie though, was the effects. Horrible...you could just automatically tell that it was fake. But, other, than that, it was awesome!Half the people in the theater walked out in shock, and the other half walked out saying, "That was so cool!" I was one of the few people that did both.You should definitely see this movie! It is so worth your money!Official MPAA rating: R: Horror Violence and Images My MPAA rating: R: Horror Violence and Images, Terror, and Language My Canadian rating: 18A: Violence, Gory Scenes, Frightening Scenes, Disturbing Content
Nightmare fuel with something creepy for everyone (by yfguitarist)
If you have nightmares easily, I suggest staying away from this film: it's pure nightmare fuel. If you have an active imagination, you could have trouble sleeping with the film's imagery burned into the back of your eyeballs. The story's intriguing enough. There just aren't enough horror films these days about menacing old ventriloquist ladies that are buried with their creepy dolls, who have come back from the dead to seek vengeance on the families that put her in the grave, by tearing out their tongues. The atmosphere is heavy, the creepy music is provided by SAW'S <more>
Charlie Clouser, the colors are washed out, and the sets are surreal.Many will dismiss it as a formulaic, clichéd horror film. The SAW creators, who are huge horror fans, have fun making their own version of the American horror film by throwing in plenty of classic tropes such as the wise-cracking detective Donnie Wahlberg and the crazy old lady that knows more than she should.I was pleased that the film didn't shy away from gore: it wasn't gratuitous, but it did enhance the horror. Most ghost stories tend to be separate from the gore flicks I'm a fan of both , but I always enjoy seeing them combined. Another aspect that was interesting was the "silence" mode that signaled the presence of evil. It's got plenty of horror elements to provide scares: aged film, folk tales, singing children, antique furniture, voice recordings fading out, flickering lights, dead loved ones beckoning from beyond the grave, photographs of dead families, cackling old women, wide-eyed dolls, billowing curtains, plenty of thunder and lightning, open caskets, dank crawlspaces, and a pervading sense of evil throughout. Critics won't dig it, but I've shown it to two groups of friends and the majority were terrified and claimed it to be one of the scariest movies they'd seen. If you're a fan of atmospheric horror that aims to creep you to the bone, you should be more than pleased.
"Dead Silence" is a movie that I had been highly anticipating ever since I saw the trailer for it. I just got back from seeing it and I wasn't disappointed at all. The film follows Jamie Ashen Ryan Kwanten , who, after receiving a mysterious puppet, returns home to find his wife, Lisa Laura Regan murdered. With a detective Donnie Wahlberg convinced he is the murderer, Jamie returns to his childhood town of Raven's Fair, where a legendary ghost story is told. The story is about a woman named Mary Shaw, a ventriloquist who was murdered after being suspected of murder. She <more>
was buried with her massive amount of dolls and puppets as well. After her death, it seems she has been taking revenge on the townspeople, when numerous families are found dead with their tongues missing. Jamie takes it upon himself to solve the legend and curse before he becomes the next victim.Directed/co-written by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, the men who brought us the successful "Saw" series, are also behind this splendidly spooky horror film. Originality is a hard thing to find in the horror genre these days, but this film manages to sluff off most of the typical horror set-ups and create an interesting and compelling story. This is quite a turn around from the "Saw" franchise, which, while it is a good series, has become more of a gore fest than anything. On the other hand, "Dead Silence" is a supernatural horror film with a very well written story. Character development is strong, and the acting helps that out as well, which is always a plus. Ryan Kwanten, an Australian actor, plays the lead role and is very believable. Donnie Wahlberg of "Saw II" and "Saw III" plays a skeptical detective, and Amber Valetta "What Lies Beneath" plays Jamie's new stepmother. All of the acting was really believable, I didn't see any below-average performing here.Puppets and ventriloquism are main themes in the plot, which might sound a little clichéd. I suppose it is, puppets and dolls have become almost a joke in the genre because they are so over-used as well as creepy little children, among other things , but since they are in the core basis of the plot, they actually come off as being scary. People who have that fear of dolls and/or puppets would be advised to steer clear of this film. There is some great sets in the film as well. The entire town of Raven's Fair has a heavily Gothic tone to it, almost to the point of complete surrealism. The sets are spooky and appropriately so, because it really adds the atmosphere of the movie. The villain/ghostly ventriloquist Mary Shaw, was actually quite terrifying. Her makeup effects made her one creepy looking woman. As for the gore, those expecting anything close to the over-abundance of violence in the "Saw" films will be disappointed. This film doesn't contain much gore - it has a little, but it doesn't use typical violence and graphic gore to get some scares out of the audience. I loved the way the movie ended as well. It's a twist-ending, but don't let that put you off - it works well with the rest of the movie, it's not one of those "bad movie twists". It was very unexpected and very well-written.Overall, "Dead Silence" is a refreshing, semi-unique horror movie. The storyline is original enough, and the creepy themes and atmospheric setting add to its overall effect. Don't expect a gore fest though, because the violence is pretty tame compared to what you'd see in the "Saw" films. If you like James Wan and Leigh Whannell's work, I'd really recommend seeing this - it's a pleasant change from your typical horror films, and a nice change of pace from their previous work. It has a few flaws here and there, but it's such an enjoyable movie that all of that is forgivable in the end. Very refreshing. 9/10.
I knew Leigh and James wouldn't let me down!!! (by oxlissaxo86)
Okay, I never write reviews but I just had to write one because I disagree with so many of the comments people are making. I like so many other people wanted to see Dead Silence as soon as I heard Leigh Whannell and James Wann had anything to do with it. I am a HUGE fan of all of the Saws and I think they are both geniuses. I thought dead silence was a great movie. I love horror movies, there are very few that I don't like but even I was starting to get annoyed with all of these movies coming out lately. Talk about NOT being original... the decent, Texas chainsaw, black Christmas, <more>
don't get me wrong, I loved some of those basically everything is just another slasher film. I really needed to see a great horror film that would leave me feeling satisfied and Dead Silence did just that. First of all the cinematography was great. The whole movie was dark, and creepy but not to the point where you are sitting there going "Wow this movie is too dark and I can't see anything." Yes, it does start off a little bit predictable and cliché but even so, there are a lot of things thrown in there that are not so predictable, and after the first half hour or so there is something about it that just takes a turn for the best and i think it was very original and creative in every way possible. The music, the story, and just the fact that you stay interested. I think the fact the all the sound dies out when Mary Shaw is about to come get you is simple yet very affective and you definitely can not take your eyes away from the screen for those few moments. If at all The acting wasn't GREAT...but when is it usually? Very rarely if you ask me and no one stood out to me as being a bad actor/actress. Although Donnie walburg IS extremely annoying for most of the movie I do not know why everyone has to try and compare it to Chucky and The Puppet Master. First of all, I don't think the story is supposed to be about the dummies. It is about Mary Shaw. And the dummies only move their eyes and their head in the whole entire movie, so therefore it is nothing like either of those movies. At least it's not ANOTHER slasher film!!! I thought they did a great job with the whole entire movie, it was creepy in the way that older horror movies are and anyone who is a true horror movie fan would appreciate that. There was not ONE part of the movie that i did not understand and I was glued to the movie the whole entire time. And was I the only one that was completely happy and giddy about seeing the saw doll on the floor 3 times in a random scene? I thought it was amazing... SPOILER ALERT - And for people who didn't understand the end... Jamie's step mother was "The perfect doll". Mary shaw made her and she was "living through her dolls" so his stepmother was just like another dummy that they didn't even know about and didn't destroy in time. She was also made out of human body parts. Mary Shaw says that herself.
Oh my God... I missed this kind of movie. (by nanafanboy)
I thought the age of the horror movie was coming to an end. Occasionally there are a few gems The Descent was excellent but for the most part horror has been replaced by torture porn saw, saw 2, saw 3, The Hills Have Eyes, and especially Hostel . Dead Silence has thankfully come to show us that Hollywood can still make a scary picture.This movie is a throwback to the golden age of horror films. This is a Williams Castle sort of movie... a Vincent Price sort of movie. The filmmakers realized that all a horror movie actually has to do is be scary... and that is exactly what this movie <more>
is.Atmosphere, jumps, startles, and eerie dolls. This movie is creepy as hell.A little note though... don't go into this film with the attitude that it will suck... and don't pick it apart bit by bit. Just sit back and enjoy. The movie wants to to take you on a ride. You should just strap in and feel the terror that is Dead Silence.
I had no interest in seeing this movie, but my buddy wanted to see it so we went to go and see it. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn't so much scared, but it was indeed very creepy. This movie almost reminds me of Pennsylvania legend "Bloody Mary". Donnie Walberg definitely plays the guy you love to hate, and of course the ending is good. So hey if you want a good thriller, then I say check it out. If you know you're seeing a girl that's VERY jumpy, then guys definitely take her so she can jump into your arms because this is a good type of movie for <more>
that. Not as much gore as I would have liked, but it was definitely fun to see. And of course check out the Jigsaw Puppet. Yes this is short, yes it's sweet but hey isn't less more?
Director Wan's follow-up to his smash-hit SAW 2004 is a crackerjack horror film about a ventriloquist's dummy, which seems to bring death to those around it. Kwanten, whose wife died mysteriously, returns to his hometown to investigate mysterious ventriloquist, who may be behind it all. Beware the Stare! Not entirely logical but atmospheric, stylish, well-directed and scary as hell! So suspenseful it creates a heightened sense of awareness in you. Superb subliminal score is reminiscent of SUSPIRIA 1977 , and film's finale is a nod to INFERNO 1980 . A treat for horror fans. <more>
Like SAW 2004 , this was written by James Whannell, from a story by himself and director Wan. from www.cultmovies.info