Michael Keaton portrays an architect who has recently lost his wife (Chandra West) in a strange car mishap. An English man visits him and tells them that his wife has been communicating with him-and offers him proof. What this guy does is record the 'white noise'or static from television and radio and through this medium the spirits make themselves known.Keaton is quickly convinced that this is a real thing and soon becomes obsessed with hearing from his dead wife. He also starts picking up message from other ghosts-but eventually realizes that he's really seeing people's deaths before they happen. It's as if his wife is warning him that these people's lives are in danger. So, like some kind of wannabee superhero, he sets off to save these people's lives. When he figures out where a recently kidnapped woman is being held, beneath a pier, he goes to investigate and encounters the serial killer responsible for the recent slate of murders. In fact, this guy-influenced by a trio of evil ghosts-- is responsible for abducting Keaton's wife from her car and dumping her body in the nearby river. I found the first half-hour intriguing. I'm sure it would have been a far more interesting movie if it explored more of that particular story instead schizophrenically veering off and becoming an entirely different film in the second hour. Also, the flat and rather abrupt ending left me going 'huh?', what is this?