|release date||January 8 2008|
|starring||Nathan Fillion, Katee Sackhoff|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisIn the sequel, scripted by Matt Venne, a man's family is murdered and he is brought back from the brink of death. The man realizes he has changed and can now identify those among the living who are about to die. When he tries to save people from their fate, he discovers there is a price to paid for interfering with the natural order of life and death.
The original White Noise, while having an abysmal reaction from critics, made a killing at the box office. Made for only $10 million, it grossed over $56 theatrically. Even when a lackluster product, such as the original, seems to be disliked by most, the studios look at the profit rather than public reaction and justify that, “they must not be polling a proper representation of movie goers because we made money on it.” Which is why, sadly, we are being subjected to a rather useless sequel. WHITE NOISE 2: THE LIGHT, while scheduled to be released in early January of 2007, mysteriously vanished from the radar and resurfaced a few weeks later in the UK, with only two weeks of meager promotion before hitting the screen. Announced by Universal as being DTV in the states, is this a case of the studio not knowing what to do with a good film? Or is it just a waste of celluloid? …Read More