Silent Hill’s movie theater is currently showing two films you can’t afford to miss: Shoot and Crusher Dan. I’ve never heard of them, but their posters do seem slightly familiar.
Even more knockoffs
The gas station is called Shell, but the S is faded and reads like “hell.” Scary.
Boxes inside the store The Indian Runner have a Fedy-X logo on them.
A box of Jelly Belly jelly beans in a Silent Hill game? Almost.
Hey, this whiskey poster actually says Jim Bean, so it’s not a knockoff. Score!
Stephen King’s influence shows up once again in the form of Carrie and Pet Sematary posters.
Someone at the police station is either French or is a big fan of the 1889 World’s Fair held in Paris.
Seeing posters advertising the British tabloid Daily Mirror is not odd since everything in Silent Hill belongs in a tabloid newspaper, but I did not expect to see The Beatles.
Don’t give away the ending
A picture inside The Indian Runner store in Silent Hill shows the grand opening of Norman’s Motel, a clear reference to the Bates Motel from Psycho.
Harry has never been to a Virgin Megastore, but he has shopped at Vestal Gigastore. Close enough.
Feeling hungry? How about grabbing some ribs at the Boston Market? I mean, Poston Market. My bad.