Director: Gregory Hoblit Cast: Diane Lane, Billy Burke, Colin Hanks
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A serial killer with a sickening knack for showmanship and a keen sense of technological know-how sets up a graphic website to taunt the FBI and display his gruesome handiwork in this dark thriller directed by Gregory Hoblit (Primal Fear and Frequency) and starring Diane Lane. As a cybercimes investigator on the frontline of the war against virtual criminals, Special Agent Jennifer Marsh (Lane) thought she had seen it all. She realizes just how wrong she is, however, when she learns of a technologically advanced psychopath who has set up the world's first-ever snuff website. Audience participation is key on the ingenious killer's website, because the more hits his page gets the quicker he is to dispatch his victims. But how does one catch a killer who has covered their cyber-tracks with the web-savvy skills of a world-class hacker? Now, as the hunt becomes personal, Marsh vows to use every resource at her disposal in order to catch the killer before he logs on for another round of cyber slaughter.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/13/2008
UPC: 0043396191341
Original Release: 2008
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:41:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary with director Gregory Hoblit, producer Hawk Koch and production designer Paul Eads; 4 behind-the-scenes featurettes:; Tracking Untraceable: Behind-the-scenes; Untraceable: The personnel files: Cast and crew; The Blueprint of Murder: Making-of; The Anatomy of Murder: Make-up special effects

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Diane Lane Jennifer Marsh
Billy Burke Det. Eric Box
Colin Hanks Griffin Dowd
Joseph Cross Owen Riley
Mary Beth Hurt Stella Marsh
Peter Lewis Richard Brooks
Tyrone Giordano Tim Wilks
Perla Haney-Jardine Annie Haskins
Tim de Zarn Herbert Miller
Christopher Cousins David Williams
Jesse Tyler Ferguson Arthur James Elmer
Trina Adams Female Cop #3
Brynn Baron Mrs. Miller
John Breen Richard Weymouth
Dan Callahan Trey Restom (Spoiled Preppie)
Erin Carufel Melanie
Ryan Deal Cop #1
Marilyn Deutsch National Newscaster #1
Gray Eubank Ray
Pete Ferryman Daytime Newscaster #1
David Freitas Five O'Clock Newscaster #1
West A. Helfrich Cop #2
Zachary Hoffman Chief of Police Michael Bagley
Sarah Brillhart Daughter of Mrs. Miller
Diana Brillhart Daughter of Mrs. Miller
Ryan Hopkins Acne-Faced Kid
Len Huynh Tom Park (Asian Man)
Jim Hyde National Newscaster #2
Dax Jordan Scotty Hillman
Dan Liu Detective Tom Moy
Kimberly Maus Five O'Clock Newscaster #2
Kirk Mouser FBI Agent Carter Thompson
Betty Moyer Assistant
Katie O'Grady Portland Reporter #2
Jamal Qutub Young Stoner
Michael Smith Swat #1
Kerry Tomlinson Daytime Newscaster #2
David Wilson Portland Reporter #1
Allan Wilson Conductor

Technical Credits
Gregory Hoblit Director
Andy Cohen Producer
Deborah Aquila Casting
Elisabetta Beraldo Costumes/Costume Designer
George Billinger Camera Operator
Mark R. Brinker Original Story,Screenwriter
Allison Burnett Screenwriter
Heather Burton Stunts
Molly Craytor Makeup
Mitchell Dubin Camera Operator
Paul Bryan Eads Production Designer
Robert Fyvolent Original Story,Screenwriter
John Hazzard Animator
Chris Howell Stunts
Rebecca Kinblade Translator
Hawk Koch Producer
Gary Lucchesi Producer
Michael Mayer Art Director
Debbi Mazor Stunts
James McQuaide Executive Producer
Anastas Michos Cinematographer
Steven A. Morrow Sound/Sound Designer
Matthew Mungle Makeup Special Effects
Orphanage Animator
Steve Pearl Producer
Sarah J. Platt Associate Producer
Gregory Plotkin Editor
Eric Reid Executive Producer
Burke Roane Animator
Scott Andrew Robertson Asst. Director
Tom Rosenberg Producer
David Rosenbloom Editor
Gunter Simon Stunts
Jennifer Smith Casting
Harley Tannenbaum Executive Producer
D. Garen Tolkin Makeup
Tricia Wood Casting
Richard S. Wright Executive Producer
Christopher Young Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Untraceable
1. Chapter 1 [4:12]
2. Chapter 2 [3:12]
3. Chapter 3 [3:06]
4. Chapter 4 [3:27]
5. Chapter 5 [2:14]
6. Chapter 6 [4:25]
7. Chapter 7 [7:03]
8. Chapter 8 [1:39]
9. Chapter 9 [3:44]
10. Chapter 10 [3:13]
11. Chapter 11 [3:02]
12. Chapter 12 [3:27]
13. Chapter 13 [2:29]
14. Chapter 14 [3:14]
15. Chapter 15 [3:52]
16. Chapter 16 [1:14]
17. Chapter 17 [3:46]
18. Chapter 18 [2:32]
19. Chapter 19 [5:11]
20. Chapter 20 [2:38]
21. Chapter 21 [4:50]
22. Chapter 22 [2:47]
23. Chapter 23 [4:07]
24. Chapter 24 [5:07]
25. Chapter 25 [:53]
26. Chapter 26 [:18]
27. Chapter 27 [4:44]
28. Chapter 28 [3:08]

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Untraceable 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Grady1GH More than 1 year ago
UNTRACEABLE is a thriller that takes our current obsession with the Internet and our hunger for the grisly 'eyewitness' matter found on certain blogsites to an extreme that is at times difficult to watch - but maybe a bit too close to apparent public interest to ignore. Written by Robert Fyvolent, Mark Brinker and Allison Burnett (a fine novelist whose 'Christopher: A Tale of Seduction' and 'The House Beautiful' continue to stir interest) and directed with unrelenting tension by Gregory Hoblit, the story revolves around a misguided youth, angry over the police and media handling of his father's recent suicide, who draws attention to his serial murders using internet techniques that make the viewers of his repulsive site co-conspirators in his streaming versions of these pertinent deaths.

Diane Lane steps out of her glamour roles to appear as a single mother cyber cop whose intelligence and intuition bring her as close as one can get to the resolution of a crime. She is ably supported by a the underused Billy Burke as a fellow policeman, Mary Beth Hurt as her grounded mother, Colin Hanks as her sidekick cop, and the disturbing character role performance of young Joseph Cross.

Yes, for those who are intimately associated with the intricacies of internet jargon and possibilities there are probably a number of misfires. But for the general audience this little film is well crafted, terrifying in its imaginative story, and acted by a fine ensemble cast. Worth watching if only to see how deadly serious computer 'games' can be. Grady Harp
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