The Autopsy of Jane Doe | KT Review

What are the little bells for?

The Autopsy of Jane Doe begins with a body, as you would expect, and two coroners -father and son- who are tasked with identifying the body. With each passing minute, the mystery deepens. And the Body of Jane Doe slowly begins to reveal it’s dark secrets.

 Starring  Brian Cox (Morgan, The Bourne Identity)Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild, The Girl Next Door)Olwen Catherine Kelly (Winter Ridge, Just Model Things),  Michael McElhatton (Game of Thrones, Justice League), and Ophelia Lovibond (Guardians of the Galaxy, Elementary). And written by Ian B. Goldberg (Dead of Summer, Once Upon a Time)

The Autopsy of Jane Doe **There may be Spoilers Ahead**

I knew everyone was raving about this movie but I wasn’t expecting a horror movie like this. I’m not even certain I was expecting a horror movie at all. Maybe one of those semi-documentary movies with a more educational feel. As if the most disturbing thing about it was going to be the autopsy itself.

But it went beyond that, you got the blood -even though there really shouldn’t have been any- and all the other delights hidden in the body. But you also got a good story, scares, freakish occurrences, and a mystery to boot.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

The Autopsy of Jane Doe Movie Review Conclusion

I will definitely watch it again – wow, just wow.  This delivered, it was weird, it was creepy, it kept me thoroughly engaged. The characters worked well together in that space between family and colleagues. And it just kept giving.

5 stars 

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