The Signal

The movie The Signal: trailer, clips, photos, soundtrack, news and much more!

The Signal Bloody Preview

The SignalThe count is now at four preview -clips of The Signal.
The last 2 clips -Party canceled and Take a shower Magnolia Pictures released are quite bloody:

The Signal Preview Clips

This movie may sound incredible because the factor on which is based the plot is a mysterious signal. But people don’t need such a signal to get crazy: recently in Kenya mankind’s crazyness has been more than awful…

The Signal Second Clip

A second clip for the upcoming horror movie The Signal:

The Signal Preview Clip

What about you? Do you have the Crazy in your head? Did you kill someone yesterday night?

The Signal

The SignalThe Signal
Directed by David Bruckner
Starring A.J. Bowen, Anessa Ramsey, Justin Welborn
Release Date: February 22, 2008

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The Signal


Plot synopsis:
“Imagine every cell phone, radio, and television in your city suddenly broadcasting the same mysterious signal over and over. Now imagine these “terminus” transmissions evoking violent, uncontrollable, psychotic chaos from everyone who comes in contact with them.

The Signal invades the minds of everyday citizens living their workaday lives and having their sordid affairs. Suddenly struck by the power of the insidious transmissions, they are compelled to kill or be killed. Complicating matters is a zombielike resistance some characters have to the idea of remaining dead. The story violently explodes, blending bloody gore with psychological satire, for a truly original horror experience. The Atlanta filmmaking team of David Bruckner, Dan Bush, and Jacob Gentry tell the eerie tale in three parts (cleverly called “transmissions”), shifting perspectives to draw out a larger story that explores dark secrets and fears as well as jealousy and betrayal.

Not for the faint of heart, The Signal will nonetheless satisfy those looking for a smart exploration of the power of media to mutate our minds. It is truly inspired independent filmmaking that will stalk viewers from every dark corner while examining the surprising human madness lying deep within.”