Broadcast Signal Intrusion (2021) 1080p

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Crime | Drama
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
104 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Jacob Gentry [Director] ,

Movie Description:
In the late 90s, a video archivist unearths a series of sinister pirate broadcasts and becomes obsessed with uncovering the dark conspiracy behind them.


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Lacking a hook

'Broadcast Signal Intrusion' is a strange movie. It's based around a character who is obsessed with a conspiracy he has stumbled upon, however we don't really understand his motives or obsession, and so it can be quite hard to stay invested in it with him. Where it all ends up actually turns out to be reasonably interesting, but we don't know that's going to be the case, and so the journey can be an arduous one.

The movie does a good job of feeling like it is set in the 90s. It doesn't just feel like a movie set then, it feels like one that was made then. It also does a good job of utilising its clearly minimal budget.

The film's biggest problem is that it is lacking a hook. It isn't particularly scary, and it isn't always captivating in its narrative, so the audience may find itself drifting along purposeless at times. It's not a terrible film, but is reasonably forgettable. 6/10.

Trailer had me intrigued, but the film itself does not offer a whole lot more than that

Not enough meat on the bone for this script, seemed like a decent setup but it never really got out of the first act and failed to establish any kind of "stakes" to help ramp up the tension. Overall production values were decent and the acting fine for the most part. I suggest giving this one a miss however as even the "creepy pasta" subject-matter is unfulfilling.

If you're heard of Shaye Saint John, this will appeal to you.

Movie features creepy masked people doing creepy things on old VHS tapes. I loved it. Reminds me of the days of the old internet where performance pieces like Shaye Saint John could make you believe there really was an alternate reality out there if you peeled back the layers enough.
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