This indie horror effort may have fallen through the cracks, but anyone reading this must pick up the film immediately. The Signal is extremely smart and clever, playing off of paranoia, dillusion, and madness but done so with a biting dark humor that is as funny as it is chilling. The combination of writing and perfectly adapted acting lends credibility to the absolute insanity being displayed on screen. The film is told in a series of three vignettes, but follows the story of a town gone crazy as the result of a broadcast signal that distorts perception and reality. A woman's husband and lover battle through a city of madmen to get to her, one out of love and one out for revenge. Packed with plenty of violence and gore, the film functions both as a psychological thriller and a straight horror film. The digital video filming also gives it a gritty reality, and despite the reduced budget, the desolate streets and filming locations give the film a HUGE scope and earned believability. This is one of the best films to come out of 2007, I highly recommend finding a copy today!