I wanted to see "Hotel Rwanda" or Clint's "Million Dollar Baby" but I could not get the time and logistics to work. Monique H. saw Michael Keaton, star of "White Noise," interviewed on the "Today Show" and she was all amped up to see it, but she copped out at the last minute, so I was headed to another (better) movie. But noooooooooo, I just couldn't make it work so I ended up at theatre 18 at Loew's for the noon showing of "White Noise."
This movie is about EVP's. That stands for Electronic Voice Phenomenon's, I think. Keaton plays Jonathan Rivers the architect married to a young hottie who dies mysteriously and then starts sending back some EVP's via TV's and radios to another guy who teaches Keaton how to do it. And the story gets deeper and more far-fetched as the plot thickens and the warnings from the "other side" start mounting. There are some scary moments created by sound and special effects, but the good news is that the movie is not very long - 97 minutes - and it was warm and dry in the theatre. Rock 'n Roll.