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DVD cover of Silent Warnings
|Directed by||Christian McIntire|
|Produced by||Jeffery Beach
Phillip J. Roth
|Screenplay by||Christian McIntire
|Story by||Kevin Gendreau
A. J. Buckley
|Music by||Rich McHugh|
|Editing by||David Flores
|Production company||Unified Film Organization
|Original channel||Sci-Fi Channel (USA)|
|Running time||87 min|
Silent Warnings is a 2003 sci-fi/horror TV movie about a group of college students who begin finding crop circles by the house they've moved into. Following the disappearance of one of them, they begin suspecting something sinister. It was commissioned by Syfy (then known as Sci-Fi Channel), directed Christian McIntire, and stars Stephen Baldwin, A. J. Buckley and Billy Zane.
After his cousin Joe dies, Layne Vassimer and his girlfriend Macy, along with their friends Stephen, Maurice, Iris and Katrina, decide to clean up Joe's house with the intention of selling it. When they see it for the first time, they discover the house completely covered in plates of iron armor.
The group also finds crop circles in the nearby cornfield. When Iris suddenly disappears, they realize something is really wrong. During a blackout, the house is attacked by aliens. The group figures out the aliens are allergic to iron, which is why Joe had covered the house in it to keep them out. They attempt to fight the aliens off, but the house is eventually blown up with Layne, Macy, and Katrina the only survivors.
In the end, they drive off, listening to the radio. They hear a news report stating that the blackout they experienced affects five western states and parts of Canada. They also hear that people everywhere are being attacked by "strange creatures."
- Stephen Baldwin as Cousin Joe Vossimer
- A. J. Buckley as Layne Vossimer
- Billy Zane as Sheriff Bill Willingham
- Callie De Fabry as Macy Reed
- David O'Donnell as Stephen Fox
- Michelle Borth as Katrina Munro
- Ransford Doherty as Maurice Hall
- Kim Onasch as Iris Doyle
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