Laurence Fishburne in Will Eubank's The Signal.
Will Eubank stopped by the Holman...err, the Manchester Grand Hyatt last week to talk up his anything-but-sophomoric sophomore feature, The Signal, a mind (and genre) bending, eye-stretcher of a thriller that takes full advantage of its wide-screen ratio.
Interview with director William Eubank
The interview was conducted cross-legged on the floor, and I suggest that you minimize the window and simply listen to the audio portion of the show. I'm interviewing a former Panavision employee about his latest visual stunner in a one-take manner best befitting a colonoscopy.
Forget about the picture. Pull up a tatami mat and enjoy our few-thousand-word discussion on everything from the cinematic influence of cosmology classes at UCLA and orange Samsonite attache cases to a terrific anecdote about the film’s “Hitchcock touch” and, of course, Bob Eubanks.