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After Last Season (2009)

PG-13 | | Animation, Drama, Sci-Fi | 5 June 2009 (USA)
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Two neurology students create a telepathy experiment together to visualize a murderer, who recently knifed another student.


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Credited cast:
Jason Kulas Jason Kulas ... Matthew Andrews
Peggy McClellan Peggy McClellan ... Sarah Austin
Scott Winters Scott Winters ... John Marlen
Casey McDougal ... Anne Plaven
Joan-Marie Dewsnap Joan-Marie Dewsnap ... Haley Marlen
William York William York ... FBI Agent Henry Hem
Tristan Cole Tristan Cole ... Eric Nelson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kyle Patrick Darling ... Edward Brown
Diane Henderson Diane Henderson ... Alison Darow
Jesse Hernandez Jesse Hernandez ... Nebble Say Brontosaurus
Alex Jones ... God
Christine McFadyen Christine McFadyen ... Kristin
Kathleen McGourthy Kathleen McGourthy ... Medical Student
Katarina Morhacova ... Stacy Merick
Mary Niederkorn ... Professor Cordy


Two neurology students create a telepathy experiment together to visualize a murderer, who recently knifed another student.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language

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Release Date:

5 June 2009 (USA) See more »

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Box Office


$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The film was only released in 4 cities. Afterward distributors called each theatre individually and told them to burn the prints because it was cheaper than sending them back. See more »


When God radios his mystery diners from his studio, it's possible to see that the microphone isn't actually plugged in. See more »


Matthew Andrews: So, picture a flat surface. Out of the surface, one letter rises.
Sarah Austin: From the alphabet?
Matthew Andrews: Yes.
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A bad movie - bad in every way
4 September 2015 | by lantern4444See all my reviews

This is the movie that high school students watch to see all the dreadfully horrendous things that could happen in their drama videos. Extremely bad lighting which casts deep shadows everywhere, there is no concept of back lighting. The audio is poor with the sound being echoed and blurred making it very difficult to hear the actors. White paper is constantly used in props to make extremely unrealistic MRI Scanners, computers, half formed bedrooms and offices. Real bedrooms with fancy ceiling lights are used as clinic rooms. Industrial basements used in the film are half covered showing drain pipes, dirty brick walls and filthy floors with office furniture consisting of 2 deck chairs. The acting is so static you would think that they were talking statues. I expected the actors to move rather than be glued in place. The editing of this film is so bad that every edit makes you believe you are in a different scene. The editing makes you feel that you are randomly jumping about in time in 5 second intervals. In conclusion this film is absolute garbage and the rating has definitely been rigged.

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