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In this witty and understated thriller, Gregg Kelly Miller has just hired on as a new office drone at a large and faceless corporate office. While Gregg has heard some curious rumors about his immediate predecessor and senses he hasn't been welcomed warmly by his co-workers, he doesn't think much of it until he stays late one evening and is locked into the building. As the night wears on, Gregg discovers his employers are looking for more than just hard work and the right attitude from their workers, resulting in...
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In this witty and understated thriller, Gregg Kelly Miller has just hired on as a new office drone at a large and faceless corporate office. While Gregg has heard some curious rumors about his immediate predecessor and senses he hasn't been welcomed warmly by his co-workers, he doesn't think much of it until he stays late one evening and is locked into the building. As the night wears on, Gregg discovers his employers are looking for more than just hard work and the right attitude from their workers, resulting in a terrifying ordeal. The New Guy was the debut feature film from writer and director Bilge Ebiri.
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Special Features

Producer, cast and crew's commentary and trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/29/2005
  • UPC: 658769540833
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Vanguard Cinema
  • Time: 1:25:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kelly Miller Gregg
Scott Janes
Jonathan Uffelman
Johnny Ray
Tobi-Lyn Byers
Hank Prehodka
Harvey Kaufmann
Louis Cancelmi
Kelly McAndrew
Dustin Brown
Technical Credits
Bilge Ebiri Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Branan Edgens Cinematographer
Gary Giambalvo Producer
Pavlina Hatoupis Producer
Bodo Holst Score Composer
Bill Mack Associate Producer
Katherine Mathews Production Designer
Chuck Moss Cinematographer
Mary Nittolo Executive Producer
Cabot Philbrick Editor
Andre Rigaut Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- New Guy
1. First Day [10:27]
2. Gregg [6:03]
3. Dinner Plans [5:28]
4. Meeting the Boss [8:10]
5. Working Late [6:52]
6. Locked In [4:22]
7. Custodial Run-In [8:25]
8. The Coffee Pot Defense [9:25]
9. Chad [11:34]
10. Ritual of the Post-Its [3:56]
11. Typical Workaholic [7:17]
12. End Credits [3:14]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- New Guy
   Play Movie
   Chapter Selection
   Trailer
   Audio Setup
      Dolby Stereo 2.0
      Production Staff Commentary Featuring Director Bilge Ebiri, Stars Kelly Miller and Scott James and Cinematographers Brandon Edgens and Chuck Moss
      Post Production Staff Commentary Featuring Director Bilge Ebiri, Editor Cabot Philbrick and Cinematographer Brandon Edgens
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Could Become a Cult Classic

    First off, people should know that this is not the DJ Qualls high school comedy "The New Guy." It is very different, and a good deal better. This is a very low budget comedy about a young man's first day at the office, and it slowly turns into a creepy workplace slasher movie. It never stops being a comedy, though. The comedic elements of the first half give way to a weird series of events in the second, some of them scary, some of them funny, some of them...well, just sort of unexplainable. The reason it works so well is because the lead actor, Kelly Miller, is so great that he manages to make you scared for him and laugh at the same time. The music is also pretty interesting. Much of it is classical and it gives the movie a unique feel very different from other low budget independent movies and other movies of the horror-thriller genre. Some scenes reminded me of "The Shining." Imagine that movie, with laughs. And a twist ending, of course.

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