The Autopsy of Jane Doe


Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 57359


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Emile Hirsch as Austin
Brian Cox as Tommy
Michael McElhatton as Sheriff Burke
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643.84 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by fs-04724 10 / 10

Brian Cox, Need I Say More

I don't know if my first review was posted, so here I am again!! One of my favorite actors is Brian Cox, He pulls you in the way the director wants him too, plus some of his own magic. If you want a heart attack, watch this in the DARK, ALONE (ha, ha, ha)

Reviewed by fs-04724 10 / 10


Great build up and then bang! one of the scariest movies i have ever seen

Reviewed by jadavix 7 / 10

Less than the some of its parts

"The Autopsy of Jane Doe" is a rare horror movie I wanted to like more than I did. Movies are more than the some of their parts, and also, occasionally, less than. Like the corpse at its centre, the various parts of "Autopsy" add up to something, and you're not really sure what.

Allow me to explain: the movie concerns the titular autopsy of a young woman whose cause of death cannot be explained. The autopsy just reveals one surprising discovery, again and again and again, until it becomes a little ridiculous.

The corpse is eventually discovered to have occult significance, and then the movie takes a turn into more typical horror movie territory, with a cat-and-mouse game and some predictable bloodshed.

It does, however, have some effective moments, which is why I wanted to like "The Autopsy of Jane Doe" more. It just didn't come together as well as it might have. For all the time spent exploring the body , and all the exciting (and repetitive) discoveries made within it, I didn't feel like the central premise was explained well enough to cause the dread I felt the ending should have generated.

The autopsy just goes on for too long, with too many clues deadening the impact. Most movies miss the mark. This one hits a mark, I'm just not sure which.

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