Oh boy. I don't even know. A cut rate Silent Hill clone that somehow manages to be completely boring and predictable. Hell, it even gives away its own twist in the first 20 minutes. Plot synopsis says ''When two bus crash survivors (Steven Strait, Karolina Wydra) awake to discover that they are the only people left in their small town, they must form an unlikely alliance in a race to unravel the truth behind their isolation. As strange events begin to unfold, they start to question whether the town they know so well is really what it seems.'' These two end up in their hometown who is suspiciously devoid of people, except for when they seem to travel back in time and there's a bunch of people they can't interact with. It takes them about half an hour to figure out what's going on, because at no point do they think about reaching out and touching one of these phantom people. Imagine the frustration as they go ''Hello? Hello?'' for the duration of each scene while everyone around them ignores then. Everything looking like a totally radical 70s sitcom doesn't give it away either. Mystifying.
A situation that could have been creepy as hell becomes completely toothless at the hands of this director and actors. Ugh, I can't even go on.
Just watch the trailer, it's enough to give you a migraine.
0 out of 5 Silent Hills.