EDGE - As the opening minutes of Silent Hill: Downpour attest, it doesn’t get much more grisly than execution-style murder in a prison shower. The hard, smooth surface of its floor and walls too easily conjure the impression of a butcher’s shop, its tiles simply waiting to be wiped clean with a cloth and the blood rinsed into a floor drain. Showers are where people take off their clothes and spend a few minutes in their most vulnerable state, which is why the idea of violence – sexual or otherwise – in a shower setting is so uniquely disturbing. There are reams of precedent for this in film, from Hitchcock’s Psycho to the bathhouse knife fight in Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises. The scenario never gets easier to stomach.