If you're looking for horror on a classic scale, this is the movie to watch. The Autopsy of Jane Doe is written with one mission in mind: to give you a goreless and classic scare. This is usually not my cup of tea, but it's what I grew up with, so it didn't take long before I was caught up.
The story is about a young man and his father, working the family business: Death. The father is a pathologist, with his son assisting him- training, so to speak. (There's a story behind that) When the Sheriff brings in the body of a young woman, an enigma, the men get to work, hoping to find the cause of death by morning. What they find is confusing, baffling, and eventually horrific.
Carried out in a style that kept me glued to the front of my tv, even standing before the screen at times, I was sucked right in. The movie had its way, manipulating my security, leaving me unable to guess anything that happened next. I watched in wonder as these men, accustomed to death, attempt to comprehend the nefarious question that was Jane Doe. It also managed to distract me, encapsulating me in the WHY of the story, allowing me to not even miss the clichéd horrors of most horror movies for something so much better. THAT's why I loved the movie so much!
Unpredictable and conundrum-ish, I think you should check out The Autopsy of Jane Doe. You can find it in theaters, but for a short time, iTunes is renting it for $6.99. It's a good movie and very different- I've no doubt you'll enjoy it too! I'm on to the next pic!
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Written by Ian B. Goldberg and Richard Naing
Directed by André Øvredal
December 21, 2016
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