Joel Soisson Directing PULSE 2 & 3Meh
PULSE is a remake of Kairo and is one of those films that had huge potential but really fell flat going nowhere in a hurry. I wanted to love this movie, the concept certainly was fantastic but the movie itself was drawn out, boring and just had no climax to it at all. At any rate before I interject any bias into this news item, word comes from Bloody-Disgusting that Joel Soisson will direct and write Pulse 2 & 3.
Huge volumes of information are traveling through the air. As we continue to explore these frequencies, we expose ourselves to realms we didn’t even know existed. We only fear what we can touch, hear, see or taste, but there is potentially so much more out there. What if our wireless technologies made a connection to a world beyond our own? What if, when you turn on your cell phone or log on to your email, you exposed yourself to forces beyond your worst fears?
What if every connection = infection? Kristen Bell ("Veronica Mars," upcoming "Fan Boys"), Christina Milian("Love Don't Cost A Thing," "Be Cool") and Ian Somerhalder ("Lost") star in "Pulse," a bone-chilling thriller hitting theaters August 11th. "Pulse" is a Dimension Films presentation of a Distant Horizon production in association with Neo Art & Logic. The film is directed by Jim Sonzero from a screenplay by Wes Craven and Ray Wright