White Noise 2: The Light
White Noise 2: The Light (2007)

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… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: January 8, 2008
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Critic Score: 75% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Ali Gray

Insultingly bad at times, its only saving grace is the fact that director seems to be ever-so-slightly mental.

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MaryAnn Johanson
Flick Filosopher

[T]he script does work in one good -- and by "good" I mean "cheap and implausible" -- Firefly reference...

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David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...Fillion's stellar work ensures that one can generally overlook the film's various inadequacies...

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Kevin A. Ranson

Expecting you to believe a lot while borrowing from many ghoulish sources, genre fans will find plenty to enjoy even if there isn't enough to love.

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Scott Weinberg

A few cheap jolts, a handful of clever ideas, and just enough energy and creativity to make it across the finish line.

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Johnny Butane
Dread Central

It's a lot better than you might think!

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

A great piece of supernatural filmmaking...

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Brian Orndorf

White Noise 2 is pretty much everything the original film wasn't: genuinely exciting, well made, competently acted, and contains a payoff that remains in the realm of easy digestion.

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Flixster Audience Score: 43% Flixster User Reviews
Dead Angel
This one is better than the first one. I liked the ending.
Film Crazy
Its good not as good as the 1st one but watchable!
Anthony Lawrie
White Noise 2: The Light is slightly better than the first film. It could/should have been much better as the story was much stronger. It was certainly more… More
Steve B.
Silliness that tries to go a step further than the original by making Nathan Fillion the receiver of the images - with no explanation as to why. It was mostly… More
Luke Baldock
Slightly better than it's predecessor, White Noise The Light has very little in common with it's older sibling. This time the film is more concerned… More
Dr Blood  
It's not quite as disappointing as the first "White Noise" but, apart from Nathan Fillion's strong performance, there still isn't much… More

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