DVD 101 mins IMDB 6.3
R (Restricted)
The Signal
The Signal
Magnolia Home Entertainment (2007)
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Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller
USA  /  English

Robin Acker Random Body
A.J. Bowen
AJ Bowen Lewis Denton
Sahr Cheri Christian
Cheri Christian Anna
Suehyla El-Attar Janice
Lindsey Garrett Laura
Jim Parsons
Chad McKnight Jim Parsons
Chadrian Mcknight
Sahr Ngaujah Rod
Scott Poythress Clark
Anessa Ramsey Mya Denton
Kid Richmond
Matthew Stanton Jerry
Christopher Thomas Ken
Justin Welborn Ben Capstone

Director Jacob Gentry; David Bruckner; Dan Bush
Producer Jacob Gentry; Morris Ruskin; David C. Ballard; Linda Burns; Alexander A. Motlagh
Writer Jacob Gentry; David Bruckner

The Signal is a three-act story told from three different perspectives. In the first part, Mya (Anessa Ramsey) has left her lover (Justin Welborn) to return home. She is going the celebrate New Year’s Eve with her husband Lewis (A. J. Bowen). However, a strange sickness is taking over the city. When a television is turned on or a radio listened to, the signal is causing all listeners to turn into phychotic killers. As Mya enters her home, she discovers her husband has become afflicted and she flees in terror. Act two has husband Lewis searching for Mya. In his search he kills a few people but never finds her. Finally, the third act has lover Ben and Lewis both trying to be the first to find Mya. Dead bodies are everywhere and chaos reigns until finally Mya is found. But who finds her?

Edition Details
Distributor Magnolia
Barcode 876964001045
Region Region 1
Release Date 6/10/2008
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen (1.78:1)
Subtitles English (Closed Captioned); Spanish
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Dolby Digital Stereo [English]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 2

Disc 1: - Deleted Scenes - Inside Terminus: The Making of The Signal - Signal Breakdown - Transmission Intro - Transmission 14: Technical Difficulties - Transmission 23: The Return - Transmission 37: Crosstown Traffic - The Hap Hapgood Story (Short Film) - "The Signal" - Directors Commentary