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Autopsy
Autopsy (2008)
Credits
Title: Autopsy
Directed by: Adam Gierasch
Written by: Adam Gierasch; Jace Anderson; E.L. Katz
Produced by: Michael Arata; Darrel Casalino; Jerry Daigle; Harmon Kaslow; Raymond J. Markovich; John Martin; Mike Marvin; Olga Mirimskaya
Music by: Joseph Bishara
Cinematography: Anthony B. Richmond
Edited by: Andrew Cohen
Production
Distributed by: A-Mark Entertainment
FlipZide Pictures
Voodoo Production Services
After Dark Films
Released: August 24th, 2008
Rating: R
Running time: 84 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $4,000,000 [1]
Gross: Unknown
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Autopsy is an independent American horror film of the psycho-thriller subgenre. It was directed by Adam Gierasch and written by Giearasch, Jace Anderson and E.L. Katz. It was produced by A-Mark Entertainment, FlipZide Pictures and Voodoo Production Services and premiered in the UK on August 24th, 2008. The movie stars Michael Bowen, Robert Patrick, Jessica Lowndes, Ashley Schneider, Ross Kohn and Jenette Goldstein. The premise of the film involves a group of friends returning home from Mardi Gras in New Orleans when they are involved in a traffic accident. They are immediately rushed to a nearby hospital only to discover that this particular medical center is responsible for conducting obscene and grotesque experiments on living patients.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The tagline for this film is, "It's not just the dead anymore".
  • Autopsy premiered at the London FrightFest Film Festival on August 24th, 2008. It premiered in the United States at the After Dark Horrofest on January 9th, 2009, earning the film the "Eight Films to Die For" honorific.
  • Actress Jenette Goldstein is best known for playing the role of Private Vasquez in the 1986 sci-fi/action film Aliens as well as the vampire Diamondback in the Kathryn Bigelow film Near Dark.
  • Screenwriter E.L. Katz got his start in the industry working as a horror/music journalist for While You Were Sleeping, Fangoria, Creature-Corner, and Life Sucks Die.
  • William Hope and Ryan O'Quinn are uncredited in this film.

Bloopers Edit

Note: These were taken from the Autopsy page at IMDB. Their accuracy has not been verified.

  • A brief glimpse of a wall sign as Emily runs up a flight of stairs shows the letters to be backwards, indicating that the shot was reversed.
  • After Jude's death, Emily runs up a flight of stairs, seen with the sharp tool she used to stab Travis with. When she exits the stairs and enters the hallway, she is empty handed.
  • When the girl answers the phone at the nurse station, she does not depress the lighted line button. This was necessary on these types of phones. As it sat with no line depressed, she would have had no connection.
  • When Jude wants to open the bottle of nitrous gas, Scott prevents him, claiming it is flammable. Actually nitrous oxide is a non-flammable gas.

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Other films that were released in 2008 include:

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Psycho-Thrillers

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