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White Noise

Written by Niall Johnson

Directed by Geoffrey Sax

2005 - Universal Studios

Rated: PG-13

Cast: Michael Keaton, Deborah Kara Unger.

Eclectic Rating: stars

Movie Review:

Prepared to be SCARED! White Noise delivers the goods. I literally jumped out of my seat a few times while watching this movie. Michael Keaton does an excellent portraying the husband of a famous author who goes missing and is later found dead. She attempts to contact him from beyond, but he requires the assistance of a EVP specialist to help establish that contact. That's where all hell breaks loose, literally. Scary!

Keaton starts monitoring his own bank of TVs and radios to capture spirit communications. He finds that the spirits are warning him of things to come, but there is more. He finds the truth behind his wife's death, and even more than he bargained for.

Great effects, great story, good acting, and enough scares to spook you out the rest of the night. Make sure you watch this with the lights off.

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Last Update: 05 May, 2019

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