Postmortem (1998 film)

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Postmortem
Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by
  • Tom Karnowski
  • Gary Schmoeller
Written by
  • John Lowry Lamb
  • Robert McDonnell
Starring
Music by Anthony Riparetti
Cinematography George Mooradian
Editing by Natasha Gjurokovic
Release dates
  • June 30, 1998 (1998-06-30) (US video premiere)
Running time 105 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Postmortem (released as Obit in the United Kingdom) is a 1998 film directed by Albert Pyun and starring Charlie Sheen (credited as Charles Sheen).

Plot[edit]

American criminal profiler and author James McGregor, who is trying to escape his past by moving to Scotland where he tries to drink himself to death, receives a fax of a stranger's obituary. The next day he is arrested and charged with the stranger's murder, forcing him to collaborate with the local authorities if he wants to clear himself and stop a serial killer.

Cast[edit]

  • Charlie Sheen as James McGregor
  • Michael Halsey as Inspector Balantine
  • Ivana Miličević as Gwen Turner
  • Stephen McCole as George Statler
  • Gary Lewis as Wallace
  • Dave Anderson as Captain Moore 'Cop'
  • Stephen Docherty as Leo
  • Leigh Biagi as Jane St. John
  • Phil McCall as Statler Sr.
  • Ian Hanmore as Theodore Symes
  • Sandy Welch as Homeless Man
  • David Walker as David Corey
  • Zuleika Shaw as Cheryl Miller
  • Hazel Ann Crawford as Beverly Shue
  • Zoë Eeles as Nurse
  • Annabel Reid as Girl in Country Store
  • Pauline Carville as Olive
  • Gwyneth Guthrie as Kilt Shop Manager
  • Joanne Reilly as Roommate
  • David Meldrum as Cop #1
  • Simon Weir as Beverly's Boyfriend
  • Rab Affleck as Chaperoning Officer
  • David Jenkins as Cheryl's Fiancé
  • Ian Cairns as Undertaker
  • Lisa Earl as Sharon Ligget 'Victim #2'
  • Alan Orr as Young George

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