White Noise parents guide

White Noise

Overall C

Jonathan Rivers (Michael Keaton) desperately tries to communicate with his recently deceased wife after an Electronic Voice Phenomena specialist (Ian McNeice) convinces him she's trying to send a message. According to EVP experts, the sound of white noise is the perfect backdrop for hearing messages from beyond the grave.

Release date January 6, 2005

Violence B-
Sexual Content B+
Profanity C-
Substance Use C

Why is White Noise rated PG-13? The MPAA rated White Noise PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and language.

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White Noise
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Frightening Scenes
Alberta PG May Frighten Young Children, Some Coarse Language
Manitoba PG Frightening Scenes-----
Ontario 14A Disturbing Content
Quebec 13+
Martimes 14A
Canadian Home Video 14A

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Cast and Crew

White Noise is directed by and stars Michael Keaton, Ian McNeice.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of White Noise movie is May 16, 2005. Here are some details…

Universal Studios presents WHite Noise on DVD, with an earful of featurettes titled: Hearing is Believing: Actual E.V.P. Sessions, Making Contact: E.V.P. Experts, and a Recording the Afterlife at Home Guide. If you’re still dying for more, you may also watch the deleted scenes. Just don’t pause too long in those blank SHHHH spots between the extras…

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In the movie Dragonfly, Kevin Costner’s character also becomes convinced his dead wife is trying to communicate with him. The now-classic line “I see dead people” comes from the movie The Sixth Sense.