The 'White Noise' of the title refers to a phenomenon known as EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). Listen carefully, believers will tell you, and in amidst the white noise of a detuned radio you might hear voices...and in amidst the white noise of a detuned television, you might see faces. These, they'll tell you, are the voices and faces of the dead.
Prepare to meet the afterlife... in high definition.
In a story from DVD Town, Universal Studios Home Entertainment will be bring out White Noise on HD-DVD January 8.Read More
White Noise was the only wide release this weekend, and industry observers thought it would open in the $12 million-$15 million range. With Universal having films in the top two spots -- with a combined gross of $52.5 million -- the distributor tapped a controlling 53% of the boxoffice total for the weekend's top 12 films. The last time the studio had films in first and second place in the same weekend was in April 2000, with U-571 and The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas.
White Noise was released January 7th, 2005.Read More
Movie Picture MovieWeb is giving away some gret prizes from Universal Pictures' theatrical release of White Noise!
The film, hitting theaters this Friday, stars Michael Keaton, Deborah Unger, Ian McNeice, Chandra West, Colin Chapin, Anastasia Corbett, Mike Dopud and Aaron Douglas.Read More