The performance of lead Milo Ventimiglia is passable. If I were to give him a grade I'd probably settle with B. His character here is pretty much the same with his character in the TV show Heroes. A dark, creepy and ominous character who at first might seem pretty shallow but deep down, horrid and morbid thoughts lies at the darkest pits of his loins. On the other hand though, the yang (or yin, whatever) to Milo's Ted Grey therein lies Dr. Jake Gallo, freakishly portrayed by Michael Weston who I'm pretty sure I've seen in a couple of Zach Braff romantic flicks. His performance is so superbly done it reminds me of some creepy guy that Christian Bale portrayed sometime ago. It was creepy, morbid, horrid, scary, spooky, fantastic, amazing, surprising and the list of all the awesome adjectives goes here. Its a pity it didn't get recognized by the movie-going audience. I salute Michael Weston for doing a complete 180 from cheeky Zach Braff love stories to this. A ghastly tale of murder, lust and corpses. Pathology is an A++ 100%. the ultimate thriller experience. You must go see it now.
A group of twisted pathologists start a dangerous game that ends in horrific results.
Basically it has an interesting story but it's over the top realization and annoying characters, who act lousy as well, makes this a failure. With a more talented director and screenwriter, this could have become something better. Gotta give an "A" for the last minutes though...