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Pathology
     

Pathology

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Director: Marc Schoelermann, Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Weston, Alyssa Milano

Cast: Marc Schoelermann, Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Weston, Alyssa Milano

 

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Milo Ventimiglia (of the blockbuster TV series Heroes), headlines this dark crime thriller, which marks the sophomore directorial outing of Marc Schoelermann, following the 2006 telemovie Hexxx. Ventimiglia portrays a young intern, newly arrived at the University Hospital in Philadelphia, who stumbles onto a psychopathic group of colleagues playing a

Overview

Milo Ventimiglia (of the blockbuster TV series Heroes), headlines this dark crime thriller, which marks the sophomore directorial outing of Marc Schoelermann, following the 2006 telemovie Hexxx. Ventimiglia portrays a young intern, newly arrived at the University Hospital in Philadelphia, who stumbles onto a psychopathic group of colleagues playing a vile game. They regularly select one of their members (on a rotational basis) to commit the "perfect murder," while the rest use forensic methods to try to determine exactly how the homicide was executed. Alyssa Milano (of TV's Who's the Boss? and Charmed) co-stars as Ventimiglia's fiancée, while thesps Johnny Whitworth and Lauren Lee Smith are among the perpetrators. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor (of Crank fame) scripted.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/2008
UPC:
0883904109051
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
R
Source:
Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:35:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary by director Marc Schölermann and screenwriters/; producers Marc Neveldine and Brian Taylor; Creating the Perfect Murder featurette; The Cause of Death: A Conversation With Pathologist Craig Harvey featurette; Music video: "Unintended Consequences" performed by the Legion of Doom F/Triune; Extended autopsy scene

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Milo Ventimiglia Ted Grey
Michael Weston Dr. Jake Gallo
Alyssa Milano Gwen Williamson
Lauren Lee Smith Dr. Juliet Bath
Johnny Whitworth Griffin Cavenaugh
John de Lancie Dr. Quentin Morris
Mei Melançon Catherine Ivy
Keir O'Donnell Ben Stravinsky
Buddy Lewis Harper Johnson
Dan Callahan Chip Bentwood
Larry Drake Fat Bastard

Technical Credits
Marc Schoelermann Director
Steven E. Anderson Makeup Special Effects
Nancy Nayor Battino Casting
Marc Bienstock Executive Producer
Phyllis Carlyle Executive Producer
Mary Jo Devenney Sound/Sound Designer
Yan Fisher-Romanovsky Executive Producer
Jerry Fleming Production Designer
Gary Gilbert Producer
Frank Helmer Costumes/Costume Designer
Johannes Kobilke Score Composer
Gary Lucchesi Producer
Kelly Martin-Wagner Casting
Todd E. Miller Editor
Mark Neveldine Producer,Screenwriter
Ken Niederbaumer Makeup Special Effects
Ekkehardt Pollack Cinematographer
Eric Reid Executive Producer
Tom Rosenberg Producer
Barrett Stuart Executive Producer
Brian Taylor Producer,Screenwriter
Skip Williamson Producer
Robert Williamson Score Composer
Richard S. Wright Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Pathology
1. Main Titles/Ted & Gwen [5:56]
2. New Friends [4:00]
3. I'm the Boss [3:55]
4. Who Would You Kill? [5:54]
5. Suspicions [4:46]
6. Unravel [5:42]
7. Let the Game Begin [4:23]
8. First Kill [5:17]
9. Accomplice [7:26]
10. Getting Deeper [3:58]
11. Don't Blow It [2:36]
12. Reunion [3:21]
13. Surprise [2:52]
14. Outburst [3:06]
15. Gone Too Far [6:33]
16. Explosion [5:44]
17. Goodbye, Gwen [3:24]
18. Alone [5:01]
19. The Twist [3:27]
20. Game Over/End Titles [7:21]

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Pathology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
FireDroplet More than 1 year ago
This is one of my all-time favorite movies. This movie is going to stay with you. If you read the back of the case or read the overview then, in my opinion, you are at a disadvantage. This is one of the many movies that are better when you walk in having no idea what you are in for story wise, so if you have yet to do so I recommend that you refrain from reading them. It is rated R, and for good reason. The cast and their acting is absolutely phenomenal, they are definitely at their best. This is a psychological thriller that will horrify -not necessarily scare- you and keep you completely enthralled.