White Noise Review
Written by: JaNell Fowler
What makes a movie, concept, or event truly scary? Truly terrifying? The possibly that it COULD be true. That it COULD happen. With White Noise, the possibility is so real that during the movie you find yourself looking around wondering what could be lurking just beyond your senses. What could be watching trying to communicate, and of course do you really want to know what they're trying to say?
Michael Keaton plays an excellent grieving husband, and does what any of us would do when faced by the possibility of contacting a loved one beyond the grave. Spends tons of money on expensive equipment (good thing the scriptwriter made him an architect what oh what would he have done is he was a McDonald's manager?). This movie leaves one wondering, what if I recorded dead air, what would I hear.
On the DVD to increase the scare/reality factor there are several extras which include real life EVP investigators and EVP recordings. The acting was top notch and like I said, the reality element really gives this movie a big push.