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A horror film told in three parts, from three perspectives, in which a mysterious transmission that turns people into killers invades every cell phone, radio, and television.

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Cast

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Mya Denton
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Rod (as Sahr)
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Lewis Denton
Matthew Stanton ...
Jerry (as Matt Stanton)
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Janice
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Ben Capstone
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Anna
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Clark
Christopher Thomas ...
Ken
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Laura
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Jim Parsons (as Chadrian McKnight)
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Sightless Woman
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Screaming Man (as Dave Bruckner)
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Screaming Man
John Clifton ...
Maintenance Man
Nikki Bingham ...
Deaf Woman / Limping Woman (as Nikki Hansen)
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Screaming Man
Tracy Martin ...
Angry woman
Angele Masters ...
Severed Woman
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Tongueless Woman (as Kitten McCreary)
Marc McPherson ...
Man with Hammer
Stacy Melich ...
Hedgeclipper Steven's Wife
Alexander Motlagh ...
Chainsaw Man (as Alexander A. Motlagh)
Edward Morgan ...
Arguing Man
Kid Richmond ...
Man on Fire
Robert Sanders ...
Homeless Vet
Tristan Towne ...
Ducttaped Woman
Jeremy Turner ...
Boy on Dirt Bike
Thomas Wallis ...
Dead Boy
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Pajama Man
Steven Westdahl ...
Hedge Clipper Steven
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Police Woman
Ngozi Lamar Beane ...
Struggling People / Hallway Body
Linda Burns ...
Struggling Person
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Struggling Person (as Luanna Byrd)
Michael Germon ...
Hallway Body (as Matt Germon)
Mark Holbrook ...
Struggling Person / Hallway Body
Tonya Kennedy ...
Struggling People / Bodies
Jeremy Motlagh ...
Stuggling People / Bodies
Eric Pace ...
Stuggling People / Bodies
Willie Stodhill ...
Struggling People / Bodies
Michael Wade ...
Struggling Person / Hallway Body
Rebecca Russell ...
Hallway Body (as Rebecca White)
Seth Zimmerman ...
Struggling Person
Biluxi ...
Standing People
Robyn Elder ...
Standing People
J. Howard Bach ...
Deranged People
Becky Ballard ...
Deranged People
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Deranged People
Jenna Burke ...
Dead People Party
Johnny Burke ...
Dead People Party
Joy Burke ...
Dead People Party
Robin Acker ...
Random Body
J. Jacob Adelman ...
Random Body (as Jeff Adelman)
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Random Bodies
Terril A. Closs ...
Random Bodies
Tiffany Dennise ...
Random Bodies
Alexis Hale ...
Random Body
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Random Bodies
Scott Hodges ...
Random Body
Marirosa Hoffman ...
Random Body (as Marirosa A. Hoffman)
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Stairwell Fighter
Robert Lane ...
Random Bodies
Nicholas Lyle ...
Dead body
Crystal Mitchell ...
Random Body
Kasey Perdue ...
Random Body
Bill Rampley ...
Random Body
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Random Body
Peggy Randle ...
Random Body
David Strickland ...
Random Bodies
Robert Sterling ...
Shot Dead
Patrick Thompson ...
Random Bodies
Marcellus Thurman ...
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Joseph Waldrop ...
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Jenelle Warner ...
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John Wroblewski ...
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Heather Young ...
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Directed by

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David Bruckner
Dan Bush
Jacob Gentry

Written by

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David Bruckner ... (screenplay) &
Jacob Gentry ... (screenplay) &
Dan Bush ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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David C. Ballard ... executive producer
Pete Ballard ... executive producer
Linda Burns ... consulting producer
Hilton Garrett ... executive producer
Jacob Gentry ... producer
Alexander Motlagh ... producer (as Alexander A. Motlagh)
Morris Ruskin ... executive producer

Music by

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Ben Lovett

Film Editing by

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David Bruckner
Dan Bush
Jacob Gentry
Alexander Motlagh ... co-editor

Editorial Department

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David C. Ballard ... on-line/color correction
Joshua Borger ... assistant editor (as Josh Borger)
Robyn Ellis Kranz ... editorial staff: Lab 601
Leann Leagans ... editorial staff: Lab 601
Alexander Motlagh ... co-editor
Ethan Segal ... editorial staff: Lab 601

Production Design by

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Lisa Yeiser

Costume Design by

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Caroline Dieter

Makeup Department

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Samantha Cobb ... special makeup effects artist
Zoe Cooper ... assistant makeup artist
Gretchen Mathis ... key makeup artist
Toby Sells ... special makeup designer: Toby Sells Creature Make up FX Shop / special makeup effects artist: Toby Sells Creature Make up FX Shop

Production Management

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Alex Orr ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Scott Balzer ... second assistant director
James J.D. Taylor ... first assistant director
Seth Zimmerman ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Damian Dunn ... property master
Mike German ... swing gang
Michael Germon ... art assistant
David Littleton ... swing gang
Jason Price ... construction coordinator
Danika Von Gesjen ... swing gang

Sound Department

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Curt Bush ... 5.1 surround mixing and deliverables
Blake Eiseman ... 5.1 surround mixing and deliverables
Ty Higgins ... supervising sound editor
Michael McReynolds ... sound designer
Jeremiah Prescott ... sound designer
Aron Siegel ... sound mixer
Thomas Ward ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Samantha Cobb ... special effects technician
Gretchen Mathis ... special effects assistant
Toby Sells ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Todd Briner ... visual effects artist
Michael McReynolds ... visual effects supervisor / visual effects

Stunts

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Elizabeth Davidovich ... stunt performer
Kid Richmond ... stunt coordinator / stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Hugh Braselton ... grip
Mike Brune ... grip
J. Christopher Campbell ... gaffer (as Christopher Campbell)
Dessie Coale ... electrician
Nick Hiltgen ... camera operator
Bobb Lovett ... electrician
Levi Loy ... key grip
Edward Nyankori ... electrician
Daniel Pederson ... electrician
Adam Pinney ... grip
Adam K. Thompson ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pamela Tripp ... wardrobe

Other crew

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Nikki Bingham ... assistant to producer (as Nikki Hansen) / production assistant (as Nikki Hansen)
Zoe Cooper ... script supervisor
Seth Joiner ... script supervisor
Joseph Lawsky ... production assistant
David Magdael ... publicist
Jessica Ann Miller ... assistant to producers (as Jessica Miller)
Susan Neal ... production assistant
Katie Orr ... production coordinator (as Katie Rowlett)
Alex Panagakis ... publicist
Rebecca Russell ... production assistant (as Rebecca White)
Chris Tsambis ... production assistant

Thanks

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Anthony Deptula ... special thanks
Sam Eigen ... very special thanks
Stephen Macy ... special thanks
Shawn Marchetti ... very special thanks
Brandon Paine ... very special thanks
Shannon Rawls ... special thanks
Brian Sweet ... very special thanks

Production Companies

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Distributors

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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Storyline

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Plot Summary
Plot Keywords
Taglines Do you have the crazy? See more »
Genres
Parents Guide View content advisory »
Certification

Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • La señal - The Signal (Spain)
  • La señal (Argentina)
  • O Sinal (Brazil)
  • La señal del terror (Peru)
  • The Signal - Tuhon taajuudella (Finland)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Box Office

Budget $50,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $155,642, 15 Jun 2014

Did You Know?

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Trivia The name of the city in the film is Terminus. The movie was filmed entirely in Atlanta, Georgia which was originally called Terminus when it was settled in 1837. See more »
Goofs The amount of blood on Lewis and Ben's faces continually changes from scene to scene. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Halloween Special 2012 (2012). See more »
Soundtracks Atmosphere See more »
Crazy Credits About 1 minute into the credits, a video effect similar to "the signal" is shown for a few seconds, and then the credits roll on. See more »
Quotes Anna: What if my party guests show up?
Clark: Anna, I don't know if you know this, but there is some seriously insane shit going on out there right now. People are losing their minds.
[Clark goes to turn off the TV]
Clark: There's a bad sector in the electromagnetic spectrum which is causing a rift in logical thinking. Rational behavior has given way to primal... primordial action.
[Anna sees someone on fire outside]
Clark: We've reached a critical juncture in the consistency of everyday living. Societal norms are being completely abandoned. Anarchy has replaced etiquette. Chaos is the ruling class of this civilization, so I think coming to a goddamn New Years Eve party is the last thing on people's minds!
[doorbell rings]
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