Overall Rank: 22045
Average Rating: 1.9/4
# of Ratings: 51
Theatrical Release Date: 01/07/2005
Genre: Drama, Mystery
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Geoffrey Sax
Actors: Michael Keaton, Chandra West, Deborah Kara Unger, Ian McNeice, Sarah Strange, Nicholas Elia
Plot: An architect's desire to speak with his wife from beyond the grave, becomes an obsession with supernatural repercussions.
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Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/14/2012
I like the idea behind the film more than the execution. In the end, it turns out to be another in the long line of average horror films I have seen. Watch it once, but it doesn't deserve much more consideration.
gzn - wrote on 12/29/2011
I am getting a bit too good at spotting significant camera angles so some of the surprises weren't surprising! It was an intelligent horror film with a strong idea to explore. The ending wasn't thoroughly satisfying but it was an entertaining divertissment nonetheless.
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DarkCritic - wrote on 01/10/2010
White Noise is bad, but part of me is afraid of this movie. I've never been a fan of using E.V.P. to communicate to the other side, mainly because I'm not really that deep of a believer, but when I saw this movie for the first time, I was scared stiff. Of course, I was in middle school at the time. Now I'm in college and this movie still scares me.
The story is bland and actually kind of stupid. The main guy lost her wife in a car accident and he ends up using the white noise on TVs, radios, and things like that to communicate with her. I liked the idea at first, like a romance kind of thing from the living world to the dead one. As the movie progressed, things started to get scarier and I was soon jumping at every freaking noise in the movie. Maybe I'm just a sissy when it comes to …
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Alan @ Transbuddha - wrote on 12/23/2008
White Noise is a “movie” about an architect (Michael Keaton) whose wife mysteriously disappears and he begins to think she might be trying to talk to him through the static on the television. Yeah, that’s a normal reaction. The convoluted “plot” involves the living and dead making contact with Keaton to be their personal protector, a group of three ghosts (well, I’m not sure they are ghosts since not even the director had an explanation for them except he thought they were really cool…yeah, maybe in MST2000 kinda way). So Keaton works with an expert in EVP and meets other people who believe their dead friends and relatives are talking to them through static. Keaton’s character never considers he is being taken for a ride (the so called experts seek him out) or that his wife might be …
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