All right, since the feedback was more or less positive as to my new way of doing the DVD list, with some exceptions of course, I will be trying it again this week and hoping you guys will eventually come to love its simplicity as much as I do!
MGM Home Entertainment has set a September 23rd, 2008 release date for the DVD of medical thriller Pathology (review), and I have to say it’s about damn time. They never game it a decent theatrical release to begin with so very few of us have had a chance to see it yet.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Staring Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Weston, Alyssa Milano, Lauren Lee Smith, Johnny Whitworth Directed by Marc Schoelermann
Making its premiere at this weekend’s New York Comic Con, where of course Dread Central will be w/camera in-hand, is a new comic coming from Devil’s Due Publishing (Hack/Slash) called Rest, which has the involvement of “Heroes” and Pathology star Milo Ventimiglia according to
Three more weeks to go until Pathology, the story about med students playing a sick game to create the perfect murder, gets its limited theatrical release (“Help Pathology Past 100 Theatres!” – February 2008). We've seen various trailers these past few months, but nothing whole ... that was until
Who knew that Napoleon Dynamite could help promote Marc Schoelermann's Pathology? A new teaser trailer for the film found its way online recently, and color me impressed with the humor.
I've been subjected to many bad horror films that have been given wide releases. Some were total box office flops that couldn't have done well in the testing stages, so why do films with more positive responses get the boot?
Finally, MGM has figured out what they’re going to do with Pathology (set visit preview), the medical horror/thriller that’s been kicked and punched by the studio for months trying to find a release date for it.
We’ve not heard a whole helluva lot about Pathology other than Andrew’s set visit preview, but from everyone I’ve talked to that has seen pieces of it, this could be the real deal: a true horror movie that will please fans of all varieties when it finally hits theate
The twisted minds behind last year's Crank have set their sites on medical horror and if that doesn't excite you, you're as dead as the stiffs in Pathology - a blood-drenched psychological creepfest due out from MGM at year's end.