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Plot: A horror film told in three parts, from three perspectives, in which a mysterious transmission that turns people into killers invades every cell phone, radio, and television. Runtime: 103 min Release Date: 04 Jul 2008
After watching this movie the other night I walked out feeling like I just watched a solid horror movie. but the more I talked about it with friends and discussed it with other horror buffs, the more I realized how much I love this film! It has all the ingredients of an instant horror classic and never gets cliché. The first and last segment feel very similar but only because the middle funny chapter is starkly different. This just makes for a movie that ends where the audience was first captured, which is great!Oh and did I mention it was original, not overproduced, well-written and never <more>
leaves you thinking "ah they should have done it this way." GREAT Movie, so refreshing.
Independent films have always been enjoyable to watch for me because they normally show the real side of things, but, that not being the point of emphasis in The Signal hah I was nervous about seeing it, especially because I wasn't sure about the three different genres mixed. But man, was I surprised! The three genres of: Section 1: Horror. Section 2: Dark Comedy. Section 3: Science Fictions, were done by three different directors not making contact with one another after they had written the script and began filming. None the less, with the fantastic and willing cast, and the offset <more>
music that plays once in a while, these three men who wrote and directed, and I believe one helped produce, create a masterpiece that will be a cult legend forever as well as a movie everyone should see. BOTTOM LINE: The smoothness of three completely different genres surprises and amazes to bring one of the most enjoyable and momentous time at the movies this year.
As to not give away anything, let me say that the cast and crew of this movie are really awesome people. I saw the world premiere at Sundance, and it was AMAZING! Never seen a story quite like it, and the mix of tragedy and comedy is amazing. things happen that you never see coming. They did an amazing job! Kudos for Sundance for picking such a unique story for the festival! The acting is brilliant! The cinematography is wonderful, and the addition of Lou Reed's song "Perfect Day" is great.That is just about it. Don't want to give too much away, if you can SEE THIS <more>
MOVIE!!!Well until next time, Shower Safe, Drive Naked!Tommy Z
21st Century paranoia horror at its very best... (by AvidHorrorFan)
From time to time, I stumble across movies that I know nothing about, and under normal circumstances probably wouldn't be that inclined to see. Even as an avid horror buff, low budget titles like this tend to slip through the net usually simply due to their lack of big name distribution.Let's hope that with "The Signal" however, this doesn't happen.Why? Because this movie is powerful, thoughtful and downright terrifying in its execution.The movie opens with a young couple, Mya and Ben, in a tryst where it soon becomes apparent that Mya is married but very much not in <more>
love with her husband, Lewis.Suddenly the TV is blasted on, transmitting a noisy psychedelic signal which is echoed throughout every other media form from radio to mobile phones.Mya leaves Ben to return home to her husband only to find everyone going crazy... possibly even her own husband. Thrown into a violent and chaotic world, the story focuses on the three of them and the truth about their intertwining relationship as the city of Terminus literally goes to hell around them.The film's three directors each take on board a different aspect of the overlapping narrative, with the running time evenly divided into 3 parts. Transmission 1 examines the initial outbreak and its effects on the main protagonists. Transmission 2 looks at the ensuing madness from the perspective of one of the afflicted a very creepy concept which is notoriously tough to execute, but is worked to almost perfection here , and laces it with more than just a smattering of very black humour. Transmission 3 ties up the loose ends of the plot and weaves them all together in order that all main characters collide in a chaotic but much needed denouement.Brutal, dark and completely absorbing, this grainy DV effort is always believable and therein lies its power. In a society where media has taken over every facet of our lives, technology is rife for abuse, and this movie exploits that paranoia to great dividends.This original chiller is the American equivalent of "28 Days Later" mixed with Romero's "The Crazies" via Stephen King's novel "Cell".Some visual and plot aspects may have suffered due to budgetary constraints, but therein also lies its charm."The Signal" will surprise, thrill and terrify. In short, another example of modern horror at its brutal and most thoughtful best.
This one can wrestle with the best of 'em... (by mr-64)
This is suspense and horror at its finest.... I read that some of the viewers find the second transmission to be funny. Not for me, it was madness all over. This movie absorbed me more then any of the latest "zombie" installations. Especially interesting is the fact that everyone gets affected by the signal. Each in his own way and that's probably what some consider funny . It is not the typical survivors versus evil thing. Everyone fights against his own paranoia here, snapping in and out of reality. Plenty of gore but they do not go over the top with it. Pacing is good, <more>
camera is good no shaky stuff here and i liked the minimalistic distortion effects. It might be a bit confusing for some to watch, because the storytelling is not straight forward. Lots of jumps between timelines and hallucinations from the protagonists, i loved it. It's like a LSD trip gone wrong...All three directors are on my watchlist now, thanks for this nice piece of work. Any horror buff should try it, this is some solid stuff.Gimme more !!!
Mysterious, tense, gore and, suspense. (by Adfraser)
I saw "The Signal" last night at SXSW and it was very good. Somewhat mysterious, lots of tension, lots of suspense. Gore was omnipresent, with everyone wearing some amount of blood splatter by the end of the first act and throughout the rest of the film. This is the first movie, since The Shining, that made me want to cover my eyes for anticipated gruesomeness. I didn't and I'm glad I didn't miss a frame of this compelling story. The eponymous "signal" is an unexplained transmission over TVs, cell phones, radios, etc. that causes the viewer/listener to <more>
"get the crazy" and become very violent. The Signal causes people to believe that their murders are "rational", it causes realistic hallucinations and a violent reactions seem to be appropriate. It seemed to allow people to overcome their humanity and act out violent impulsive urges. However, as strange as it may sound, at it's heart, what moves the story forward is love.
This movie was definitely an amazing find. I received tickets online to go to a showing at the local Magnolia theater, which only shows Indie films. It was definitely worth driving through an hour and a half of traffic to see this film. The movie turns to three different directions but keeps the plot on track most of the time. It's by three different directors who all have their own styles that work for this film. The first segment, the director does a great job introducing us to the characters and setting up the universe for us. the second director has a hilarious sense of humor that <more>
definitely show us the "Crazy" in these crazy people, and almost makes us sympathize with these killers. And the third director brings us back to the action, and takes the audience down a winding and twisting crooked road that doesn't stop until the credits start. I was so glad to hear that this was getting a national release and I hope that people will go see this and experience a truly terrifying, but surprisingly humorous, scary movie.Kego
Excuse me? Horror? Terror? What are you talking about? (by Tanhausser_Gates)
Hey, I give it an 8.. So its not like I didn't like it, but by all means this movie never scared me anyone in the theater not even by far.Yet this is an interesting movie.. Shocking, but not in a gross way. We are used to see the bad guys in all movies depicted like brainless killing machines, but this is different, what if it had a point after all? So here you are unable to judge a guy slamming someone else's head with the first thing at hand hard enough for the job.. OK, that's wrong, you know it, but pictured in the way its explained in this picture you got to admit that <more>
perhaps there is a point after all.And so it goes.. You are watching the self-destruction on the human species in a gruesome but meaningfull way, I know, its contradictory.. Or not?
This movie is a mixture of Sci-Fi, Slasher, and extremely dark comedy. I saw this at SXSW, So Austin Alamo Draft House early this morning. I was so shocked when the first parts of the "wierdness" started to happen. I was probably the only person in the theater that was completely clueless as to the reality of this intensely violent and grisly film!If you are into these types of films, then this is one film you will not want to miss.Spoilers!!! Not so much spoilers as descriptions of weaponry: drills, shovels, balloon pumps, bug spray, baseball bats, knives, guns, lots of duct tape, <more>