First Trailer for Jacob Gentry's New Time Travel Sci-Fi 'Synchronicity'

December 14, 2015
Source: YouTube

Synchronicity Trailer

We thought time travel was impossible - we were wrong. Magnolia has debuted the official trailer for The Signal director Jacob Gentry's new film Synchronicity, a time travel sci-fi noir that will definitely grab the attention of sci-fi fans. This trailer makes the film look a bit like Looper, Dark City and Blade Runner all thrown in one, with very unique visuals and some odd changeovers in this trailer that you might not be expecting. The cast includes Michael Ironside as the investor, along with Chad McKnight, Brianne Davis, AJ Bowen and Scott Poythress. I'm very curious to check this out, as I enjoyed The Signal and I'm hoping this is as special as it seems it might be. Is that a brain running the time travel device? Or what?

Here's the first trailer for Jacob Gentry's Synchronicity, direct from YouTube (via SlashFilm):

Jacob Gentry's Synchronicity is a mind-bending 'Sci-fi Noir' about a physicist who invents a time machine, and the mysterious femme fatale trying to steal it. He must travel back in time to uncover the truth about the machine, the girl, and his own reality. Synchronicity is directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Jacob Gentry, who directed a segment of the horror film The Signal previously. The screenplay is co-written by Jacob Gentry and Alex Orr. The film only recently premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival and Toronto After Dark Film Festival, both in Canada. The film earned some positive reviews but has otherwise remained low key. Magnolia will release Synchronicity in theaters + on VOD starting January 22nd, 2016. Thoughts?

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Cool. I wanted to see this tomorrow!

DAVIDPD on Dec 14, 2015


Looks good, I do love my time-travel films 🙂

Michael Kingscott on Dec 15, 2015


I wanted to see this yesterday.

Godstrike on Dec 15, 2015


The Signal's director is William Eubank. You're confusing it with The Signal from 2007 that Jacob Gentry did direct. Anyhow, I'm always curious about a new time-travel movie.

Lykathea on Dec 16, 2015


Damn, you're right. Man I confused these two films WHEN they were being released, too. Choose different titles, people! Thanks for the note.

Alex Billington on Dec 16, 2015

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