Brianne Davis, Mark Gantt, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn (executive), Michael Biehn (executive), Lony Ruhmann (executive) for Blanc/Biehn Productions, Give & Take Productions, Javelina 98 Productions
directed by Brianne Davis
starring Vedette Lim, Andrew W. Walker, Daniel Quinn, Kellee Stewart, Mark Gantt, Adam Rose, Sean Hemeon, Jennimay Walker, Lucie Pohl, Nikita Black, Mitchell Fink, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Alex Urbom, Richard Cardinal, Phillip Greenbaum, Aaron Kai, Jenise Blanc, Alexander Biehn, Garrett Longley, Randy Chance, Harold Whitson
story by Lony Ruhmann, screenplay by Barbara Stepansky, music by Christian Davis
Lilly's (Vedette Lim) husband Jeremy (Mitchell Fink) is brutally
murdered one morning while he's out jogging, and his genitalia is removed
- which shocks Lilly more than just a bit, pretty much almost breaks her.
Of course, the police picks up investigations immediately, but can't
really come up with much, except that his murder might be linked to the
killing of a couple of swingers a couple of years back, and he may just
have been the victim of a serial killer. But then Lilly starts getting
weird phonecall from Jeremy's phone, which drive her crazy enough to hire
paranormal investigator Dennis (Andrew W. Walker) - and they also lead her
to a swinger club where Jeremy had been a member behind her back, which is
led by spiritual guide Rudger (Mark Gantt) and Angel (Jennimay Walker) -
who just happens to be Jeremy's ex-wife. Now knowing he had led this life
behind her back is definitely another blow to Lilly ... but it also makes
her curious, and she eventually joins the club. Thing is, the killer
apparently had a thing for swingers ...
A very nice blend of
serial killer whodunnit and paranormal investigation tale, Deadly
Signal manages to surprise the audience throughout, taking the story
into many an unexpected direction. This is also helped by a very moody
directorial effort that handles both its shocks and its raunchier scenes
with enough subtlety to give the story air to breathe. And of course, a
very solid ensemble cast also helps to bring this movie to life.
worth a watch!