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White Noise – Review

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

When Jonathan Rivers’ (Keaton) wife Anna (West) is murdered he gets a
visit from Raymond Price (McNeice) who claims to have received messages
from his dead spouse via Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP).
Tracking and recording the voices of the dead using electronic
equipment, Rivers’ despair turns to obsession when he becomes hooked on
EVP in his bid to contact Anna.
He soon finds out she has a mission for him – to prevent the deaths of
future victims of the psychopath who killed her.

WHAT’S IT LIKE?

Fans of the paranormal might well enjoy this but for the rest of us this
supernatural thriller is a load of hokum.
It’s reminiscent of Poltergeist, as Rivers endlessly watches so-called
“white noise” on TV sets waiting for Anna to communicate with him.
It starts off promisingly enough but goes downhill fast when you learn
Rivers is being pursued by three dark and deadly ghosts. It’s not
thrilling or scary.
Keaton is as watchable as ever but even he can’t work miracles. Frankly
this is just a load of white noise.

White Noise opens on 7 January 2005

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