Time Traveling with Brian Unger goes where ordinary travelers can't, using eye-popping computer-generated graphics to visually travel back in time and tell stories from yesteryear that tourists won't find in the guidebooks. Host Brian Unger is the ultimate tour guide, bringing his irreverent humor and point of view to the fascinating stories that most Americans don't know yet. In each episode, locals agree to accompany Brian to destinations they've never visited before--some off-limits to the general public--or to look at iconic landmarks in a fresh, new way, revealing histories we never knew.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Time Traveling with Brian Unger - Silent Hill: Revelation - Netflix
Silent Hill: Revelation is a 2012 supernatural horror film directed and written by Michael J. Bassett and a sequel to the 2006 film Silent Hill. Revelation stars Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Martin Donovan, Malcolm McDowell and Carrie-Anne Moss, with Sean Bean, Deborah Kara Unger and Radha Mitchell returning from the previous film, and is based on the survival horror video game Silent Hill 3 by Konami. Revelation's plot follows teenager Heather Mason (Clemens) who discovers on the eve of her eighteenth birthday that her presumed identity is false and as a result is drawn to an alternate dimension existing in the fictitious American town of Silent Hill. Before the beginning of Revelation's filming, Bassett expressed his openness to fans' suggestions of actresses for Heather's role. On a total estimated $20 million budget, filming lasted from March to May 2011 in Canada, with the 3D RED Epic camera used for the process; audio mixing took place in France. Revelation grossed over $55.9 million but has received negative reviews by film critics and fans alike.
Time Traveling with Brian Unger - Critical reception - Netflix
Silent Hill: Revelation was panned by film critics, and currently holds a 7% approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, based on 58 critics and an average rating of 2.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, “Mediocre effort even by the standards of video game adaptations, Silent Hill: Revelation 3D features weak characters and an incomprehensible plot with a shortage of scares”. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 16 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating “overwhelming dislike.” Dennis Harvey of Variety said that Silent Hill: Revelation 3D is a “cheaper, cheesier sequel that's worse than its predecessor on every level (save being a half-hour shorter) and takes no special advantage of the stereoscopic process.”
Time Traveling with Brian Unger - References - Netflix