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Critic Reviews for Pathology
Gleefully brimming with body parts and bad behavior, Pathology is a fun piece of flamboyant tastelessness.
Like its characters, the pic is too clever for its own good, allowing the meticulously researched scenario to be undone by implausible behavior and gaping plot holes.
A particularly nasty slice of medical-themed horror, Marc Scholermann's film is the sort of thriller in which the tenderest scene depicts an autopsy.
Much like Crank, it's the guiltiest of guilty pleasures.
Even squeamish viewers are apt to be captivated by the tight, credible scripting; these 20-somethings talk and behave like today's irony-clad young sophisticates. And whatever your opinion of the subject matter, you can't fault the filmmaking.
Audience Reviews for Pathology
Bizarre. Bloody. Go in with low expectations, because this most definitely went for style, not substance.
A grim and morbidly twisted thriller about a group of medical students who partake in a sick game of "guess how they were killed" as each take turns to go out and murder a person in a complicated way to make it look like there was no foul play. It's gory and sexy but without being too sleazy so you can go onto this and watch in all seriousness and enjoy the ride. Not for the squeamish though.
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