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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
The pace was engaging, the transition between perspective, bloody, really enjoyed this.
Devon over 5 years ago
There were some pretty sweet gore shots, that's about it.
Jan Wierzbowski over 7 years ago
Vague and gory horror/sci-fi/romance/comedy. A personal favorite.
Mandy Allen over 3 years ago
Amanda Allen over 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 6 years ago
Mark Henry over 6 years ago
Emma Todd - Westbury over 6 years ago
Rhett Dashwood almost 7 years ago
Andrew Hill 7 years ago
Steven Bruce over 7 years ago
William Cole over 7 years ago
The Signal is an independent psychological horror-comedy film written and directed by David Bruckner, Dan Bush, Jacob Gentry and produced by Alexander A. Motlagh—four filmmakers who have been collaborating since 1999 in Atlanta, Georgia. The movie was completed for the 2007 Sundance Film Festival on a budget of only $50,000 and shot over the course of 13 days. The film premiered January 22, 2007 at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, where it was acquired by Magnolia Pictures and released on DVD on June 10, 2008. The Signal is rated R for strong brutal bloody violence throughout, pervasive language, and brief nudity. The Signal is a science fiction horror film told in three parts, in which all telecommunication devices broadcast only a mysterious "Signal" turning people insane. The film is broken up into three chapters ("transmissions"), each of which had different directors during shooting. Each part manifests elements of the following genres: splatter film, black comedy, and a post...
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