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White Noise

The Dead Are Trying To Get A Hold Of You 

Year: 2005 
Running Time:
Aspect Ratio: Unknown 
Certificate: BBFC 15 Cert – Not suitable for under 15s 
Subtitles: The level of subtitling in this film is unknown to WSC 
Directed by Unknown 
Starring: Unknown  
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White Noise sees the welcome return of Michael Keaton, who has been in relative film exile since 1998’s Jack Frost and, although only a 15-certificate movie, White Noise will keep you on the edge of your seat for the duration.

Set in Toronto, this film is a chilling account of the real-life event known as Electronic Voice Phenomena. It is believed that amidst the white noise of a detuned radio or television set, there is a chance you might hear the voices of the dead.

When Anna Rivers (Chandra West) is killed, her husband Jonathan (Michael Keaton), is confronted by a man who believes he can contact her from the dead via his in-home EVP apparatus. However, all is not as it seems. A small yet significant number of EVP recordings are overtly aggressive in nature and the two men find themselves being targeted by “those who like damage”.
When disaster strikes, Jonathan is left by himself to continue the EVP researcher’s work and soon starts experiencing premonitions through his TV sets. He embarks on a journey of saving people’s lives before it is too late, but he soon realises that his interference will prove costly.

White Noise is a spine-tingling movie that will make you jump countless times, particularly due to the fact that it is based on a true phenomenon. Containing real EVP footage of Stanley Searles, a politician who died in 2002 and whose voice was recorded by his daughter, a well known EVP researcher, this is a thriller not to be missed.

Ricky Anthony Wyatt

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Screenings of this film:

2004/2005 Summer Term (35mm)
2004/2005 Summer Term (35mm)