The Sound

The Sound

By Jenna Mattison

  • Genre: Horror
  • Release Date: 2017-09-29
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 32min
  • Director: Jenna Mattison
  • Production Company: 20th Century Fox
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 2,803 Ratings


Kelly (Rose McGowan) is a writer and a skeptic of the supernatural. As a specialist in acoustic physics she uses low frequency tactile sound-waves to debunk reported paranormal activities for her online blog. When presented a new case of a supposedly haunted subway station Kelly sets off to uncover the truth behind the hoax that involves a 40-year-old unexplained suicide. Her investigation takes her deep into the abandoned station where her skepticism is tested. As Kelly ascends into the depths of the metro's darkness she is confronted by an unforeseen evil. In the vastness, she must face her own haunted memories to find the truth and surface back into the light.


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  • Facepalms and hashtags

    By FritterOCorn
    A series of inexplicably nonsensical decisions punctated by exposition via hashtags. Seriously, hashtags. Then the twist, at which point your face is so sore from facepalms that you don't care about the cop-out. Immediately followed by a wrap-up that confusingly negates itself. Simply frustrating from a story perspective.

    By Movie.Pro
    I've been a Christopher Lloyd fan since the days of "Taxi" and "Back To The Future”. So, with Lloyd in a supporting role, I figured "The Sound" would fill my entertainment bill for a faux frightening horror flick. I was wrong. I'd like to say Lloyd is the only thing this movie has going for it, but I won't because that would not be the truth. This movie has nothing going for it – unless, of course, you're a fan of poorly conceived plot lines and non-stop non-sequitur action. Ghost hunter and debunker Kelly Johansen (Rose McGowan) enters a dark, dank abandoned subway station with an iPhone, ghost gadget bag and one flashlight. If you’ve ever planned an excursion into the dark unknown, you know that one flashlight will NEVER suffice. And, if your personal safety relies on your ability to see (and make a hasty retreat), backup batteries and at least one or two additional flashlights are mandatory -- unless of course, writer/producer/director, Jenna Mattison, isn’t bothered by continually putting the kibosh on her audience’s suspension of disbelief at virtually every turn throughout the entire 1 hr. hr. 32 min. runtime of this slow, cinematic slog. Worse yet, we have to watch ghost hunter Johansen pull up expository content from Google because everyday, commonly held beliefs about ghosts (and other things that go bump in the night) are not enough to provide context as this storyline begins to unravel. And by unravel, I do mean unravel. Literally. And, don’t even get me started on Detective Richards (Michael Eklund). I’m still trying to understand why the Detective pulled his gun on Johansen. You will too if you haven’t unfriended this dubious data stream prior to this inexplicable incident. But, I digress… One last comment (and connectivity tip from this movie reviewer and tech geek), apparently long abandoned, underground subway stations encased in concrete and steel offer great cellular reception. Kind of strange, though, inasmuch as I sometimes lose coverage in my own kitchen!
  • Not for stupid people

    By Jennamatty
    This is the kind of movie that takes you on a ride and it's very smartly done. It has a classic feel and the acting is great. Different from the formulaic crap out there
  • Love this

    By uniquenewyor
    A different take on sci fi horror