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Thre premise for The Signal is right up my alley: a broadcast signal that's driving people crazy. However, I was unprepared for how good the movie turned out to be. It's creepy, very realistic in parts (especially the characters not acting like typical horror movie archetypes,) shocking, and at times even funny. All this alone would lead me to recommend it to any horror fan.
However, the DVD bonuses turn the dial up to eleven. While the movie is pretty apparently a low-budget production, I didn't realize just how low. And filmed on a surprisingly tight schedule, with multiple directors (veterans of the 48 Hour Film Project.) Seriously impressive stuff, you can tell they'll have quite the future ahead of them. Highly worth your time, and yes, check out all the special features.
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