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30 September 2008 (USA) See more »
Now the dead can come back through mobile phones and Wi-Fi. Stephen and daughter Justine run from an... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Todd Giebenhain ... Man in Red - Thomas Ziegler

Diane Ayala Goldner ... Mrs. Sorenstram
Rachel Robinson ... Alley Victim

Dodie Brown ... Alley Phantom

Georgina Rylance ... Michelle

Jamie Bamber ... Stephen
Andy Martin ... Suicidal Jumper

Claudia Templeton ... Lisa

Lee Garlington ... Aunt Carmen

Karley Scott Collins ... Justine

Boti Bliss ... Marta

John Gulager ... Man on Bridge
Robin McGee ... Hutch

Grant James ... Uncle Pete
Vincent Rice ... Storeroom Phantom
Kent Jude Bernard ... Gas Station Attendant (as Kent Bernard)
William Prael ... Cliff

Laura Cayouette ... Amy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jackie Arnold ... Zach McMurphy (uncredited)
Bruce Bryant ... Refugee (uncredited)
Brooke Coleman ... Zombie (uncredited)
Kip Cummings ... Wanderer (uncredited)

Noureen DeWulf ... Salwa Al Hakim (uncredited)

Brittany Renee Finamore ... Justine (uncredited)

David Jensen ... Schizophrenic (uncredited)

Paul Kampf ... Various Voices (uncredited)
Lacie Manshack ... Egyption Girl (uncredited)
Cindy McBride ... Head Nurse (uncredited)
Amy McGee ... Shop Worker (uncredited)

James Paul ... Bus Patron (uncredited)
David Pitt ... Orderly (uncredited)
Claudia Soisson ... Woman in Street (uncredited)
Chuck Vail ... Phantom Businessman (uncredited)
Thomas Wallace ... Emergency Room Doctor (uncredited)
Margaret Wren ... Phantom (uncredited)

Courtney Shay Young ... Captive Phantom (uncredited)

Directed by
Joel Soisson 
Writing credits
Joel Soisson (written by)

Produced by
Christian Agypt .... co-producer
Brian Cox .... executive producer
Michael Leahy .... producer
Anant Singh .... executive producer
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... line producer (as Ronald Cosmo Vecchiarelli)
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Original Music by
Elia Cmiral 
Cinematography by
Brandon Trost 
Film Editing by
Kirk M. Morri  (as Kirk Morri)
Casting by
Monika Mikkelsen 
Production Design by
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini 
Art Direction by
Michael Barton 
Set Decoration by
Marina Starec 
Costume Design by
Julia Bartholomew 
Makeup Department
Denise Baer .... special makeup effects artist
Blake Bolger .... special makeup effects artist
Jeff L. Deist .... special makeup effects artist (as Jeff Deist)
Nicole Gaudin .... key hair stylist
Jamie Grove .... special makeup effects artist
Snowy Highfield .... special makeup effects artist (as Peter Caine Highfield)
Michael Mosher .... makeup department head
Mike J. Regan .... special makeup effects supervisor (as Mike Jay Regan)
Gary J. Tunnicliffe .... special makeup effects designer
Claire Jane Vranian .... special makeup effects administrator
Production Management
Tim Clawson .... executive in charge of physical production
Julie Haffner .... executive in charge of business and legal affairs
Andrew Kramer .... executive in charge of business and legal affairs (as Andrew J. Kramer)
Matthew Stein .... executive in charge of production
Ron Cosmo Vecchiarelli .... unit production manager (as Ronald Cosmo Vecchiarelli)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Danny 'Dano' Anderson .... second second assistant director (as Danny 'Danno' Anderson)
Alisa Fredericks .... first assistant director
Ben Ledoux .... second assistant director (as Ben LeDoux)
Art Department
Jason lee Bartley .... leadman (as Jason Bartley)
Bethany Barton .... painter (as Bethany Hogan)
Bonnie Betancourt .... property master (as Bonnie Temple)
John Betancourt .... art department production assistant
Walter Dickerson .... construction
Debra Hicks .... painter
Phillip Joffrion .... construction (as Phillip Jeffrion)
Fabio Masciopinto .... construction foreman (as Fabio Maciopinto)
Courtney O'Bannon .... art department production assistant
Demian Robinson .... construction
Joe Walsh .... construction (as Joe Walsh Jr.)
Chadwhick Whitehead .... set dresser (as Chadwick Jay Whitehead)
Mike Herriage .... carpenter (uncredited)
Jarrette Moats .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Gary Day .... sound mixer
Rob Embrey .... studio manager
Chris Hixon .... boom operator
Peter D. Lago .... sound effects editor (as Peter Lago)
Doug Latislaw .... adr mixer
Sean Madsen .... sound engineer
Maggie Malyn .... post sound coordinator
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Dylan Perry Morgan .... assistant sound editor
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Alexander Pugh .... sound effects editor
Mark A. Rozett .... sound re-recording mixer (as Mark Rozett)
Jason Shaffer .... sound effects editor
Kyle Tilbury .... sound engineer
Steven Utt .... foley editor (as Steve Utt)
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Ben Whitver .... foley editor
Skip Williams .... dialogue editor (as Bill 'Skip' Williams)
Brian S.M. Wroth .... adr editor
Brian S.M. Wroth .... dialogue editor
Andrew Stevens .... sound mixer: interior scenes (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Chris Elistrom .... special effects technician
Jack Lynch .... special effects coordinator
Joe Pelliccio .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Christy Beckert .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital (as Christina Beckert)
Doug Beswick .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital
Madalina Bland .... roto artist
Sarah Blank .... digital matte painter (as Sarah Birns)
Art Karkus .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital
Marc Leidy .... visual effects supervisor
Chris Longo .... visual effects producer
Philip Mangano .... monitor content artist
Kevin O'Neill .... visual effects supervisor
Sookie Park .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital
Don Phillips Jr. .... visual effects supervisor
Miles Reetz .... roto artist
Andrew E. Tilles .... digital effects artist
Andrew E. Tilles .... lead rotoscope artist
Georgiana Pana Tunnicliffe .... roto artist (as Georgiana Tunnicliffe)
Gene Warren III .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital
Johnny Wilson .... visual effects compositor: Neo Digital
Kevin Atkinson .... digital artist (uncredited)
Francesca Di Amico .... visual effects editor (uncredited)
Steve Strassburger .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Danny Cosmo .... stunt performer
Mark De Alessandro .... additional stunt coordinator (as Mark Dealasaandro)
Lex D. Geddings .... stunt coordinator (as Lex Geddings)
Billy Golitz .... stunt double: Gas Station Attendant
Anderson Martin .... stunts (uncredited)
Steven Ritzi .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Durk Tyndall .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Joblin Allen .... assistant chief lighting technician (as RJ Allen)
Kevin Atkinson .... director of photography: second unit
Jayson S. Coddington .... set lighting technician
Andy Colvin .... camera operator: "a" camera
John Gregory Edwards .... set lighting technician (as John 'Greg' Edward)
Brad 'Mo' Gremillion .... set lighting technician (as Brad 'Meaux' Gremillion)
Richard Hollis .... grip
Francis Edward Hughens .... grip (as Francis Edward Hughens Jr.)
Randy Hughes .... grip (as Randy Hughens)
Ryan McCoy .... chief lighting technician
Robert Owen .... grip
Joseph Ruiz .... key grip
Michael Sandow .... second assistant camera (as Mike Sandow)
Elliott Schackne .... first assistant camera
T.J. Sebren .... set lighting technician (as Thomas L. Sebren Jr.)
Jeff Snyder .... video assist operator
Todd Thompson .... grip (as Todd Neal Thompson)
Tedd Underwood .... set lighting technician
Albert Winbush III .... best boy grip
David W. Akin .... epk videographer (uncredited)
Ed Barham .... grip (uncredited)
Bob Bates .... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Andy Colvin .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Steve Dietl .... still photographer (uncredited)
Gene Abel Soto .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jay DeFelice .... extras casting coordinator
Ryan Glorioso .... casting director: Louisiana
Paul Kampf .... voice casting
Gene Vassilaros .... casting associate
Katrina Wolfe .... executive in charge of casting: Dimension Films
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chasity Knox .... costume production assistant
La Shan Knox .... set costumer (as LaShan Knox)
Gayle Merendino .... costume production assistant (as Gayle Anderson)
Frances Jacques-LeCompte .... seamstress (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Jacob K. Johnson .... editorial assistant
Philip Mangano .... assistant editor
Jeff Maynard .... executive in charge of post-production: Dimension Films
Kirk M. Morri .... post production supervisor (as Kirk Morri)
Music Department
Elia Cmiral .... orchestrator
Elia Cmiral .... score programmer
Nick Fevola .... music editor
Nick Fevola .... score synth programmer
Lori Leahy .... vocal
Lori Leahy .... vocals
Rachel Levy .... executive in charge of music: Dimension Films
John Whynot .... score mixer
John Whynot .... music programmer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Dennis W. Cook Jr. .... driver
Joseph M. Hancock .... driver
Gerald Hardy .... driver (as Gerald 'Slick' Hardy)
Frank Perrotti .... transportation captain (as Frank M. Perrotti)
Daniel Woodcock .... driver (as Danny Woodcock)
Other crew
Aaron Askew .... first assistant accountant
William Bowling .... craft service
Karen Brady .... location manager
Dave Brown .... production assistant
David Brown .... set production assistant (as David Addison Brown)
Korey Budd .... production secretary
Jennifer M. Byrne .... post-production accountant
Robert Cline .... set medic
Brooke Coleman .... office production assistant
Anne Margaret Cooper .... craft service (as Anne M. Cooper)
Arthur Dix .... script supervisor
Trena Edwards .... set production assistant
Allison Fredericks .... set production assistant
Destin E. Gautier .... additional accountant (as Destin Gautier)
Brad 'Mo' Gremillion .... craft service (as Brad 'Meaux' Gremillion)
Hodge Grigsby .... set production assistant
Winston A. Hall .... office production assistant (as Winston Hall)
Mariah Breitel Hembree .... post script services (as Mariah Breitel)
Andrew Lovell .... office production assistant
Rachel Robinson .... set production assistant
Rachel Robinson .... set production assistant: second unit
Joshua Smith .... production coordinator (as Josh Smith)
Claudia Soisson .... second assistant accountant
Karen Vanderkuy .... caterer
Scott Willmann .... production accountant
Mona Coulter .... travel agent (uncredited)

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"Pulse 2" - USA (short title)
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Rated R for violence, disturbing images, some sexuality, nudity and language
89 min
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Pointless horror sequel with some of the worst CGI backdrops ever, 31 October 2015
Author: Leofwine_draca from United Kingdom

PULSE 2: AFTERLIFE is a sequel to the remake of a Japanese ghost film. The Japanese film was great, a fine little slow burner, which is why I'm subjecting myself to these American versions of the tale. I wonder why I bother when the film is of the quality of PULSE 2, which is as awful an attempt at a horror movie as you're likely to get.

The story is about characters who find themselves pursued by the dead who can now appear thanks to wireless communication devices. What this boils down to is a never-ending storyline of a father and his daughter who find themselves pursued by the spirit of the girl's dead mother. The CGI ghost effects are awful, like something out of THE RING remake where the ghost girl comes out of the TV, but even worse are the endless CGI background to almost every scene.

Why shoot the whole film on a green screen, 300-style? It makes everything look fake and unrealistic, and to compound this the acting is poor and the characters one-dimensional. Scares? Try elsewhere, you won't find any here.

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