Broadcast Signal Intrusion, new film based in Chicago, out now in theaters and VOD
Broadcast Signal Intrusion transports us into our collective technological nightmares and confronts us with our darkest fears. The film is directed by Jacob Gentry and shot at least partially in Chicago.
Broadcast Signal Intrusion, produced by Queensbury Pictures in collaboration with Dark Sky Films, is now available in theaters and on-demand. This psychological thriller, set in the late 1990s, follows a video archivist who discovers a series of sinister pirate broadcasts and becomes obsessed with uncovering the dark conspiracy behind them.
Halloween has already begun
The spooky season continues with the release of Broadcast Signal Intrusion, which is based in Chicago. In this suspenseful thriller, a man falls down a rabbit hole while investigating a very creepy mystery.
Harry Shum Jr. (Crazy Rich Asians), Kelley Mack, and Chris Sullivan star in the film. The story is inspired by real-life broadcast interruptions that occurred in Chicago in the late 1980s and remains unsolved to this day. The film takes us on an unsettling journey through our collective technological nightmares, confronting our deepest, darkest fears of both man and machine.
This new Queensbury Pictures production is now available in theaters and on VOD. If you want to immerse yourself in the story of Broadcast Signal Intrusion, you can purchase tickets by clicking here. If you want to watch it in your own home, it is available on VOD services like Amazon Prime Video. You can also pre-order on Blu-ray and DVD.