When the signal hit electricity ceased and everyone became 'Statics'. They stand frozen, ears torn from their heads, eyes white, screaming silently. They respond violently to sound, ...
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A New York detective investigates the death of his daughter who was murdered while on her honeymoon in London; he recruits the help of a Scandinavian journalist when other couples throughout Europe suffer a similar fate.
When the signal hit electricity ceased and everyone became 'Statics'. They stand frozen, ears torn from their heads, eyes white, screaming silently. They respond violently to sound, destroying it with inhuman ferocity. Until it rains! Then the signal is weakened, the power returns and they collapse, screaming. The sole survivors were the heroin addicts, the 'Dregs'. Heroin cancels out the signal as long as they continue to take it. Addict lovers Ben and Zoe must leave their flat to find their missing friends who went searching for a drug impound. Avoiding the 'Salvationists'; an addict-cult who believe they are 'the chosen ones', they must cross the lethal, silent city, where they hope to find their friends and enough heroin to escape to the country forever. Written by
Stephen Scott-Hayward & Richard Rudy
Could not get over how good this film is, it' seriously amazing! in a beautiful, tragic and horrific way.
A warning to all those who aren't a fan of horror films but a must see film. It's a short film but you will still find yourself getting emotionally attached to the characters and the relationship between Ben and Zoe. The film is very much a film of love (romance) and tragedy as it's impossible not to be frightened watching the film, not because it's a horror but because as a viewer you are so emotionally attached to the couple and the events will leave everyone on the edge of their seat. 10/10 without a doubt, an excellent film!
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