Top 5: Mobile phone movie madness

We count down the best of the worst mobile phone scenes that have hit the big screen.

Pulse


… because it’s already out. Well kind of anyway. In 2006, a movie called Pulse hit our screens that involves a similar concept to Cell, except possibly a little higher on the BS scale. Basic idea: guy creates a wireless signal that taps into an alternate dimension/parallel universe of the dead that causes everyone to commit suicide. If you pick up your mobile phone and get the virus, you're dead. Big suicidal epidemic ensues. That's Pulse.

P.S. the guy who directed this movie also directed a Mariah Carey music video. Nice credit to have there.

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