Pathology Release -- Ventimiglia and Milano  


Pathology -- genre: Thriller -- MPAA-rating: R
New Release date: April 18, 2008 (limited)

After an extremely long wait Pathology seems to finally get its theatrical release. Yeah!

During the wait we had to read posts re: not-so-great test-screenings months ago and a February release date came and went -- no Pathology sightings. It's finally time to get excited. And I am excited, because I'm digging the trailer (scroll down to check it out).

[Re: the validity and benefit of test-screenings. I don't believe in test-screenings. I've been working in market research (all aspects, including face-to-face, studio, phone, opinion polls, b2c, b2b and whatnot) for a number of years and have seen how the system works or rather: fails - especially when you're dealing with the assumed target group face-to-face. Some new products still fail tremendously after costly market research projected---> product is a surefire winner! I'd also say that test-screenings can be counterproductive, they can backfire. Some dim bulb may write about how horrible a flick was - word gets out - buzzkill. On the other end of the spectrum, of course, are the over-hyped crapfests. Nuff said.]

screenwriters: Marc Neveldine & Brian Taylor (Crank)
director: Marc Schoelermann

Pathology Cast:

Ted Gray - Milo Ventimiglia (Rocky Balboa)
Jake - Michael Weston (Scrubs, Garden State)
Juliette Bath - Laureen Lee Smith (The L-Word, One Way)
Chip Bentwood: - Dan Callahan (Crank)
Griffin - Johnny Whitworth (3:10 to Yuma)
Catherine Ivy - Mei Melancon (X-Men: The Last Stand)
Ben Stravinsky - Keir O'Donnell (Wedding Crashers, The Break-Up)

The original highly official Pathology trailer courtesy MGM:

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