The Signal – trailer


A much buzzed about horror flick has finally gotten an “official” high-def trailer, which can be viewed over at Apple. The Signal debuted at Sundance way back in early 2007 and then had screenings at SXSW. It’s a strictly low-budget affair, but word on the street is that it is no less scary because of that.

We’ve decided to embed the teaser trailer for you below.

The Plot is not altogether original, but it sounds fascinatingly suspenseful. “It?s New Year?s Eve in the city of Terminus and chaos is this year?s resolution. All forms of communication have been jammed by an enigmatic signal that preys on the fears and desires of everyone in the city. Told in three parts from three unique perspectives by three visionary directors, The Signal is a horrific journey towards discovering that the most brutal monster might actually be within all of us.”

Here’s what Harry Knowles from AICN has said, now this is to be taken with a grain of sand because Harry is sort of known for blowing five-year-old retarded sloppy kisses all over every movie that gets released.

This group of very young and under-financed filmmakers not only nailed it, but did so with style, flourish, intelligence emotion and panache that we haven’t seen combined this well, perhaps ever … and get ready for horror like you haven’t seen in ages. This is something altogether new in how it is played out and performed. Brilliant work.

Still the extended trailer for the film looks pretty darn fantastic and creepy.

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