Dead Silence (2007) – The Story of Mary Shaw Scene (3/10) | Movieclips



Dead Silence – The Story of Mary Shaw: Henry (Michael Fairman) tells Jamie (Ryan Kwanten) the story of Mary Shaw (Judith Roberts).
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After his wife meets a grisly end, Jamie Ashen (Ryan Kwanten) returns to their creepy hometown of Ravens Fair to unravel the mystery of her murder. Once there, he discovers the legend of Mary Shaw (Judith Roberts), a murdered ventriloquist whose eerie presence still looms over the town. As he desperately digs for answers, Jamie encounters the curse that took his wife’s life and threatens his own.

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TM & © Universal (2007)
Cast: Judith Roberts, Keir Gilchrist, Michael Fairman, Ryan Kwanten
Director: James Wan

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36 thoughts on “Dead Silence (2007) – The Story of Mary Shaw Scene (3/10) | Movieclips

  1. Amazing..horror done without bullshit cheap jump scares. Just the vibe, setting, and visuals are terrifying. Too bad hollywood prefers to saturate the market with the former. This was a good horror film.

  2. The lightning in horror movies are obviously paid actors. I mean, look at this scene!

  3. This is why I carry a shotgun. I'd just keep quiet let her stare and blast her head to the point it looks like spilled apple pie.

  4. I absolutely love this movie. It was the first horror movie i’ve ever seen and I was petrified but also intrigued. I was about 5 or 6 when I saw it and I still remember it to this day. Gotta say it’s one of the best horrors i’ve ever seen

  5. I bought the dvd and watched it once years ago. Its been sitting on a shelf ever since. Its time for me to watch it again.

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