SH1 & Kindergarten Cop Film (References)

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SH1 & Kindergarten Cop Film (References)

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SILENT HILL & KINDERGARTEN COP Film (1990)
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You have blown my mind! I've seen that movie so many times and played the game over and over but never noticed this. :o
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At first, I was gonna ask, "Why?" That was immediately replaced by, "Why not?"

Now I wanna know the thought process that led some Japanese Schwarzenegger fan to turn that elementary school into Midwich. :)
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I could have sworn this had been posted on the forums. I guess I saw it somewhere else, then.
Still cracks me up that it appears that they actually did do this! It must have been something a team-member watched recently, and they said it would be a good resource for a school interior.


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Oh. Mylanta. Mind fuck.
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Oh man!! :lol: This is awesome. Never would have expected this. Nice work, Giromancy.
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great!!!
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Wow, I guess references can come from the nuttiest places! I'm just glad they don't make Harry say "It's not a tumor!"
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Yeah, but how awesome would it have been to see Cybil shout "I'M A COP YOU IDIOT!"
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Haaa thats good stuff.

Im wondering why that one poster doesnt say Alchemilla Hospital instead of Silent Hill Hospital?
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Oh shit, my mind.
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Some of this is just what would have been standard of a 1990s American elementary school. For instance, the posters. Could someone get a closeup of the blue poster? I want to find out what it's for. Could be interesting.

Also, here's the real Midwich? JOHN JACOB ASTOR ELEMENTARY

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Xev wrote:Haaa thats good stuff.

Im wondering why that one poster doesnt say Alchemilla Hospital instead of Silent Hill Hospital?
Someone was tired.

Naw...actually, I never noticed that before you pointed it out. That is weird.
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Wow... The doggy pic!!

Now I want to play another reimagining of SH1 named Silent Hill COMMANDO!!
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Magnolia wrote:Some of this is just what would have been standard of a 1990s American elementary school. For instance, the posters. Could someone get a closeup of the blue poster? I want to find out what it's for. Could be interesting.
The blue poster and the dog ones are the only two that stick out to me. The others are generic, particularly the bus, which looks pretty different from the one in the film.
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Oh Jesus.
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SilentRobert23 wrote: The blue poster and the dog ones are the only two that stick out to me. The others are generic, particularly the bus, which looks pretty different from the one in the film.
I wouldn't say that the bus looks different from the one in the film, except for differences likely caused by the capabilities of the ps1 era graphics (The lack of any of the protruding aspects; mirrors etc) it even has the number 7 that the bus from the film has.
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Good catch, I missed the number.
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This is absolutely incredible. In a weird way it makes sense, as the developers wouldn't know what the exterior and interior of your typical American school looks like without seeing one in person or on film. It's quite amusing how closely they modeled the game after the school in Kindergarten Cop.

I guess you can see why they sent people to San Bruno, CA to get the look and feel of the town in Silent Hill 2. Maybe ripping off another movie wouldn't have cut it? :)
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Xev wrote:Haaa thats good stuff.

Im wondering why that one poster doesnt say Alchemilla Hospital instead of Silent Hill Hospital?
I'm not sure, but if my memory of the map proves me right... wasn't Alchemia on the other side of the map? Across the bridge?
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