The Signal

The Signal

Three college students on a road trip across the Southwest experience a detour – the tracking of a computer genius who has already hacked into MIT and exposed security faults. When the trio find themselves drawn to an eerily isolated area, suddenly everything goes dark. When one of the students regains consciousness, he finds himself in a waking nightmare.

Nick and Jonah are new students of Institute of Technology Massachusetts with a huge passion to become a talented hacker. In a long trip, Nick and his girlfriend accidentally follow the trace of famous rival hacker and discover a secret place. After a fight in the middle of the desert, all of them wake up and found themself are trapped. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Signal torrent reviews

Orange B (ag) wrote: Calling this movie a piece of crap would be insulting to pieces of crap.

jesse k (nl) wrote: This movie is so bad it's bad. I didn't get it, probably because I only watched a quarter of it. I generally like stupid Adam Sandler movies, but this one -- no way, Jose.

Roy C (kr) wrote: Vageniuses, I sneezed exactly when the boat exploded!

Logan M (br) wrote: Alejandro G. Iritu's debut film, it excellently intersects three seemingly unrelated stories for a vicious and painful crime drama not unlike "Pulp Fiction."

Tristan P (es) wrote: Surprisingly more entertaining than Anastasia mainly due to the inspired team-up of Azaria and Grammer. Could have done without Catherine O' Hara's boring villainess.

David M (ru) wrote: Enjoyable because of Fiorentino's performance and her clever machinations, but this movie is otherwise an extended idiot plot.

Franois G (de) wrote: I like most of Leconte's films, and I think this is probably his best.

Aaron W (br) wrote: Certainly a strange film, particularly because it incorporates Edie's real life death. Parts of this are fantastic, as we shift through this dreamlike past full of archive footage and bizarre fabricated surveillance. What's sad is that it doesn't appear that Edie is acting throughout any of the "now" parts. She stumbles around, half naked, tripping over herself, mumbling and shouting and drifting off into bizarre tangents on her past, and somehow I just can't see her being that good of an actress. Overall, however, the film does have some weak parts, as it gets a bit draggy and repetitive here and there. It's good enough if your interested in The Factory people, this is an interesting and fairly honest look at what happens after a life of 24 hour partying a heavy drug usage.

Greg W (de) wrote: vehicle 4 ann sheridan

Alex A (gb) wrote: I want my money & time back. Blahh!!!!