Obituary (2006)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Thriller


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People question the sanity of an obituary writer as she investigates a murder in this thrilling drama. Starring TV icon Josie Bissett.


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Director:

John Bradshaw

Writer:

Joanne Wannan

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19 October 2013 | wes-connors
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| The Dead Column
Someone looking like our blonde star is in a mental facility for adult women, young boys and a few staffers. Clearly disturbed, she decides to commit suicide. Because we leave it for so long, this opening gets "Obituary" off to a confusing start. Eventually, it is explained. After the credits, attractive Josie Bissett (as Denise Wilcox) introduces herself through narration. She's stuck in a dead end job as an obituary writer. What's weird is that people die after she gets pop-ups on her computer alerting her about their deaths. Most people would assume someone was messing with them, but Bissett considers the messages omens. Some kind of voodoo doll is also involved. Bissett investigates. Male companionship is available with attractive co-workers Craig Olejnik (as Luke) and Grant Nickalls (as Simon). Their roles are obvious and the story winds up following an all too familiar path, with too much of the "shaky camera" look leading the way.

**** Obituary (7/23/06) John Bradshaw ~ Josie Bissett, Craig Olejnik, Grant Nickalls, Joe Pingue

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Genres

Drama | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

23 July 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Box Office

Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

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