Silent Hill: Revelation

Sean Bean in Troy

As we all know by now, Sean Bean has a problem. Or maybe it’s not a problem, because he’s really good at it. At any rate, he dies a lot. It’s such a common occurrence that you can easily find dozens of lists of all the movies where he dies, rankings of each death and YouTube video compilations where he shuffles off his mortal coil repeatedly. A friend of mine recently described him as “a walking spoiler” because if he’s in a movie, there’s an excellent chance that he’s going to get shot, stabbed, beheaded or poisoned before it’s all over. But surely, I thought, there must be some films in his acting credits where he doesn’t have a dramatic death scene. And there are! But not many. I found a mere seven that most people would have actually heard of. Naturally, this list contains spoilers of a guy not meeting his maker.

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Drinking Games

It’s still October, so there is still plenty of time to watch some horror movies with your favorite adult beverage. Later this week, the sequel Silent Hill: Revelation 3D hits theaters, and if you’re into horror movie video game adaptations, you might be looking forward to it. With the new film’s release, you might be tempted to check out the original Silent Hill from 2006, available in a variety of formats. If you do, you might be able to dull the senses from West Virginia demon coal fire by knocking back a few in the process.

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