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The American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) represents the world's largest theatrical catalog of exploitation cinema. Their home video line presents a diverse selection of movies, ranging from new preservations of classics from the vast library of Something Weird to the wildest in shot-on-video (SOV) titles. Vinegar Syndrome’s sister company, OCN Distribution, is thrilled to be representing this diverse and unique home video line!
Conceived when filmmaker Emily Hagins was 12 and released when she was 15, PATHOGEN is one of the most accomplished horror movies ever made by a person before they could legally drive a car. A mysterious technology has transformed the residents of Austin, TX into flesh-craving zombies. Armed with a knife, an axe, and many pairs of flip-flops, middleschooler Dannie and her pee-wee zombie squad take to the streets to battle undead parents, teens, and even a toddler. With an impressive devotion to editing and storytelling, PATHOGEN delivers eyeball gouging, decapitations, and knife fights, along with an endearing perspective that could only originate from a teenager. AGFA + Bleeding Skull! are overjoyed to give PATHOGEN its first-ever wide release, complete with ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE—a feature-length documentary about the making of the movie.
directed by: Emily Hagins
starring: Rose Kent-McGlew, Tiger Darrow
2006 / 66 min / 1.33:1 / English Stereo
• Region Free Blu-ray
• Preserved from the original digital video master
• Commentary with director Emily Hagins & Bleeding Skull’s Annie Choi
• Cast and crew Q&A from the 2006 theatrical premiere
• Short: PARTY KILLER (2007), directed by Emily Hagins
• Bonus movie: ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE (2009), a feature-length documentary on the making of PATHOGEN, directed by Justin Johnson, Aaron Marshall, and Erik Mauck
• English SDH subtitles