The Autopsy of Jane Doe
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|Title||The Autopsy of Jane Doe|
|Air Date||Sep 09, 2016|
|Country||United States of America,|
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If you like horror, see this
I'm a big horror fan and this is the best little horror yarn I've seen in ages.. Well acted, with some recognisable faces. Brian Cox is great as the small town coroner that leads the autopsy on the titular body, in one scene he even managed to give me a sad lump in the throat which was an unexpected feeling during an unnerving horror flick. Emile ...
Creepy as Hell
And a simply wonderful throwback to the 1970s when horror was, well, horror -- and not based on gimmicks like "found footage" but rather genuine scene-setting, story building, audience engagement, and full-tilt creepiness.. Probably destined to become a classic.. Brian Cox is this generation's Donald Pleasence, that is to say, a character actor wh...
Saw this at the Night Visions festival in Helsinki, November 2016. What I expected was a lighthearted, "father and son as morticians" kind of movie. What I got was a movie that chilled even my horror movie veteran soul to the bone. . To explain too much about this movie would spoil it, so I will not go into details. But the director succeeds wonde...
just when you thought the genre had completely sold out...
Since wishi washi pseudo horror films ala insidious and co dominate the genre at the moment i never expect much when watching a new entry.And much to my surprise Jane Doe is a REAL horror film in finest John Carpenter b-movie tradition. . Jane Doe starts out strong, builds atmosphere with genuinely creepy scenes and manages to keep its mystery and...
I've not seen an original horror this well done for a long time. The cast is strong, dialogue and acting good, the story is interesting, well paced and well directed.. If you didn't know better, you may think after the first third of the film that you were watching a forensic crime, and would be quite happy to continue watching in that vein. Inste...
One of the Scariest Horror Movies I Ever Saw
This particular flick restored my lost faith in horror movies. Creepy elements galore from start to finish. The idea of an animated corpse with a bell attached to its foot particularly was so hair-raising.. There are no cheap scares in The Autopsy of Jane Doe. No cheap effects either. What's so nice about it is it scares the viewer from various an...
Surpassed My Expectations !
After watching the trailer of this film i was just expecting another lazy cheesy horror film, and i knew it was a movie i'd skip. But after seeing some good reviews here and there about it, i thought i'd give it a try and watch it with an open mind.. Turns out to be one of the best horror films to come out this year (Along with Lights Out, Under T...
Creepy, Claustrophobic and Scary
While investigating the murder of a family, Sheriff Sheldon (Michael McElhatton) and his team are puzzled with the discovery of the body of a stranger buried in the basement that does not fit to the crime scene. He brings the corpse of the beautiful Jane Doe (Olwen Kelly) late night to the coroner Tommy Tilden (Brian Cox) and requests to have the ...
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
After the police discover a corpse in a shallow grave, they take it to father-and-son coroners Austin and Tommy Tilden. During their invasive examination, the duo comes into realization that they are dealing with something supernatural.. The Autopsy of Jane Doe - Was a visual treat to enjoy. I think if you are a fan of well paced films you will en...
Clever, suspenseful and creepy, a must see horror film
From director André Øvredal (Trollhunter) comes one of the best horror movies of 2016, The Autopsy of Jane Doe. Suspenseful, clever and creepy from start to finish this horror movie follows the story of father and son (played by Brain Cox and Emile Hirsch), both coroners, as they experience unexplained and paranormal events while examining the b...