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André Øvredal’s ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Is Smart, Clever, and Truly Terrifying [Fantastic Fest Review]

The horror genre is so often dominated by stupid characters doing stupid things, so it’s refreshing to watch a film like The Autopsy of Jane Doe. Here is a frightening story about two intelligent men whose talents for science and deduction break against a wall of undefinable supernatural power. Here is a fascinating mystery where the pleasures […] The post André Øvredal’s ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Is Smart, Clever, and Truly Terrifying [Fantastic Fest Review] appeared first on /Film.
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