It is readily apparent almost immediately upon starting Silent Hill that rather than providing a steady supply of fleeting shocks, the game wants to deeply unsettle the player over a longer period of time.
This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast we discuss Gerald's Game, the latest big screen Stephen King adaptation and Super Dark Times, the feature debut of the incredibly talented director Kevin Phillips.
When an office worker calls the IT department to solve a computer issue, confusion leads to Pennywise showing up when hearing a call for "It," and things don't make much more sense when information technology finally arrives.
The scene in question is the one that people are generally referring to when they use the phrase "that scene". So why all the pussy-footing around? What is it about this scene that has fans of It so close-mouthed?
There’s no denying that Stephen King is one of the mostly influential novelists of the twentieth century. His prolific novel output is matched only by the works his stories have inspired, from Netflix’s Stranger Things to games such as Alan Wake and Resident Evil VII: Biohazard.