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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.
Do you have the crazy?
Title: Signal, The
Release Date: January 22, 2007
Runtime: 103 mins
All Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 6.2
Buried.com Rating: 7.2 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence throughout, pervasive language and brief nudity.
Anessa Ramsey ...Mya Denton
Sahr Ngaujah ...Rod (as Sahr)
AJ Bowen ...Lewis Denton
Matthew Stanton ...Jerry (as Matt Stanton)
Suehyla El Attar ...Janice
Justin Welborn ...Ben Capstone
Cheri Christian ...Anna
Scott Poythress ...Clark
Christopher Thomas ...Ken
Lindsey Garrett ...Laura
Chad McKnight ...Jim Parsons (as Chadrian McKnight)
Claire Bronson ...Sightless Woman
David Bruckner ...Screaming Man (as Dave Bruckner)
Dan Bush ...Screaming Man
John Clifton ...Maintenance Man
Nikki Hansen ...Deaf Woman / Limping Woman
Ryan Lewis ...Screaming Man
Tracy Martin ...Angry woman
Kalina McCreery ...Tongueless Woman (as Kitten McCreary)
Marc McPherson ...Man with Hammer
Stacy Melich ...Hedgeclipper Steven's Wife
Alexander Motlagh ...Chainsaw Man (as Alexander A. Motlagh)
Edward Morgan ...Arguing Man
Kid Richmond ...Man on Fire
Robert Sanders ...Homeless Vet
Tristan Towne ...Ducttaped Woman
Jeremy Turner ...Boy on Dirt Bike
Thomas Wallis ...Dead Boy
Steve Warren ...Pajama Man
Steven Westdahl ...Hedge Clipper Steven
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David C. Ballard
The Signal Horror Film Trailer 1
The Signal Horror Film Trailer 2
The Signal Horror Film Trailer 3
The Signal Horror Film Trailer 4
More Movie Taglines:
- Do you have the crazy?
- This is not a test.
- Transmission Spreading
- Future of Horror
- Lewis Denton: Why can't you just keep your fucking mouth shut and watch T.V.?
Clark: Anna, I need a couple of things that Ken borrowed, namely my hatchet... and some garbage bags.
Ken: I'm going to turn our program on. Anna: Sounds glorious. How many more balloons do you think we need? Ken: At least seven. Anna: That's how many I was thinking. Ken: Well, that's why you married me!
Ben: Clark, I don't know who or what started it, but we all sure as shit signed up for it. We made ourselves vulnerable. When Mya left last night, I turned the TV back on and there it was. It was replacing my thoughts. But then the sun came up. I see it. It's a lie. The signal; it's a trick. Change the way you look at things, the things you look at will change.
Lewis Denton: Hey! Put the fucking bat down. Jerry: What? Lewis Denton: You almost clocked Mya in the head. [Jerry laughs and continues to swing the bat] Lewis Denton: Put the fucking bat down now. Jerry: Dude, it's not hurting anybody. Rod: Just put the bat down. Jerry: No, man. I can't watch the game, I'm going to swing the bat, alright? Lewis Denton: [grabbing the bat] I told you to put it down. Sit. Jerry: What's the matter with you? Lewis Denton: You could hurt somebody. Jerry: Why are you looking at me like that? Stop it. Lewis Denton: You almost fucking killed my wife. Sit down. Jerry: Dude, what is wrong with you? Lewis Denton: You almost fucked my wife!
- The opening sequence is an excerpt from "The Hap Hapgood Story," a winning entry in the 48-hour film festival directed by Jacob Gentry.
The entire film was made and filmed in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Rating: 7.2 out of 10.0 - 53 votes cast total