Cover image for White noise 2 [DVD] / Rogue Pictures presents a Brightlight Pictures production in association with Gold Circle Films ; produced by Shawn Williamson ; written by Matt Venne ; directed by Patrick Lussier.
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White noise 2 [DVD] / Rogue Pictures presents a Brightlight Pictures production in association with Gold Circle Films ; produced by Shawn Williamson ; written by Matt Venne ; directed by Patrick Lussier.
Title Variants:
White noise two
Edition:
Widescreen ed.
Publication Information:
Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2008]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (1 hr., 39 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title from container.

Special features: Deleted scenes; Exploring the near-death experience; The making of White Noise 2; Journey into madness.
Contents:
Special features: Deleted scenes; Exploring the near-death experience; The making of White Noise 2; Journey into madness.
Abstract:
After barely escaping a near-death experience, Abe Dale discovers that he has been granted a mysterious ability. But using this dark gift means interfering with the natural order of life and death, a choice that comes with a heavy price.
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MPAA rating: PG-13; for intense sequences of violence and terror, some disturbing images, thematic material and language.
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In lieu of continuing the events of Geoffrey Sax's 2005 thriller White Noise (which starred Michael Keaton and Chandra West), the supernatural thriller White Noise 2 (released in Great Britain as White Noise: The Light) begins with a separate set of characters and explores a thematically similar set of events. Abe Dale (Nathan Fillion) is a sweet-natured, contented husband and father whose wife, Rebecca (Kendall Cross) and young son, Danny (Josh Ballard) are butchered by a seemingly crazed gunman. Henry Caine (Craig Fairbrass) bursts into a diner and shoots both of them, then turns the gun on himself. Devastated, Abe makes an unsuccessful suicide bid, then awakens in a hospital, where he finds himself in a near death experience, pulled inexorably toward a bright light. Regaining consciousness, Abe discovers his sudden, newfound ability to spot "auras" around the living that signal death in advance. He uses the precognition to save several lives from potential disaster, as a kind of 'avenging angel,' but soon discovers that these interventions against death wreak exceedingly dire and ugly consequences on Earth. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi