Directed by Bruce McDonald
A shock jock struggles to survive when a virus starts turning his listeners violent. After getting fired, Grant can only get a job on the morning show in the small town of Pontypool. But what begins as another boring day quickly turns deadly, when bizarre reports start coming in of people committing horrendous acts of violence. But why isn't there anything about it on the news wires? Before long Grant and the staff are trapped in the radio station, where they realize the insanity may be caused by a virus transmitted through the airwaves of Grant's station. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A shock jock struggles to survive when a virus starts turning his listeners violent.
Cast: Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly
as good as your imagination wants it to be. a real tantalizing masterpiece of modern horror with a fantastic (and each slightly different) radio play and book accompanying. tons of re-watch value on this cerebral mind-masher.
Unusual, unique and original - this is well worth checking out. Unlike most other blockbuster horrors you've forked out your hard-earned cash for at the local cinema, you'll remember this one for more than ten minutes after the credits have rolled.
The acting is believable, the atmosphere is perfectly built, it's not over the top. Surprised with how good it was. Really enjoyable!
Actually really enjoyed this film