Canadian horror fans can find The Autopsy of Jane Doe on Blu-ray today! Raven Banner Releasing is handling the home entertainment release. And, the film deals with a strange corpse, with supernatural qualities. The film centrally stars: Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch. Show More Summary
André Øvredal’s thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe (read our rave review), is now on Blu-ray and DVD in Canada, courtesy of Raven Banner. Canadian readers can pick it up at Wal-mart or Amazon. The film follows two coroners – a father (Brian Cox) and son (Emile Hirsch) – who receive a mysterious homicide victim with no apparent cause […]
Capone's Art-House Round-Up with I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, JULIETA, THE SALESMAN, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE, and SAVING BANKSY Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into...Show More Summary
We don’t do a whole lot of reviews for stuff that debuts “On Demand” here but… yeah, it’s February, so the theatrical pickin’s are… kind of slim. So let’s do this. Hey – […] The post MovieBob Reviews: THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE appeared first on Geek.com.
Warning: spoilers below! If you've already taken our friendly advice and watched André Øvredal's The Autopsy of Jane Doe, then you know that the supernatural horror film ends on a fairly dismal note. If you haven't taken our advice and...Show More Summary
Don't you hate when a movie's trailer ends up being way better than the movie itself? No genre suffers from this more than horror. When a trailer for a scary movie is stuffed with its biggest jump scares and not-so-subtle hints at aShow More Summary
Actor went to gruesome lengths to prepare for his role in acclaimed horror film The post Emile Hirsch on Why The Autopsy of Jane Doe is So Scary appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The new soundtrack releases for the week of January 2-8, 2017 include Michael Wandmacher's score for "Underworld: Blood Wars", the music from "Hidden Figures" composed by Hans... For more, visit our blog !
'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' is a much better horror movie than you'd expect from January, and should be sought out.
As a horror exercise, the supernatural suspense picture “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” is sometimes too low-key, favoring spooky atmosphere and slow-drip storytelling over visceral kicks. But as an acting showcase, the film’s a winner, getting plenty of juice from the performances of two reliable pros....
Over the Christmas holiday, moviegoers had a fabulous charcuterie board of big-budget cineplex staples and toned-down, poignant character studies to choose from. But if you preferred in-home entertainment, there was also the Stateside release of The Autopsy of Jane Doe, the third feature from Norwegian director Andre Øvredal (Trollhunter), and one ... More »
AICN HORROR looks forward to 2017 horrors CAPTURE KILL RELEASE! CANNIBAL CORPSE KILLERS! THE REZORT! 3 DEAD TRICK OR TREATERS! & THE ANSWER! Plus I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE! THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE! Rob Zombie’s 31!...Show More Summary
Some of the best horror movies in recent history have been released during 2016, and a few new titles were just added to the lineup. Like the titles below, some of the best horror movies of 2016 are humorous, others are very suspenseful, and some are downright unnerving. Show More Summary
Dark, gory new film is almost the scariest movie ever made The post The Autopsy of Jane Doe Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
2016 ends on a thrilling note with this supernatural and spooky offering from Andrè Øvredal. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
A brand new clip from André Øvredal's THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE has dropped today, and it can only be foreshadowing for creepy things to come. It's not a particularly scary clip on its own, but it's an eerie tale of exactly why the morgue's corpses have bells tied to their ankles. Check it out below! Written by Ian B. Goldberg... Read More...
André Øvredal’s thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe (read our rave review), is now on VOD just in time to ring in the New Year. Speaking of ringing, check out this clip in which Brian Cox explains why bells were places on the deceased’s ankles in his morgue… The film follows two coroners – a father (Brian Cox) and […]
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Norwegian director André Øvredal’s new film, The Autopsy Of Jane Doe, couldn’t be more different from his international breakout hit, 2010’s Trollhunter. Where Trollhunter was a loosely shot found-footage fantasy, Jane Doe is a tightly...Show More Summary
PLOT: Small-town father-and-son coroners (Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch) perform an emergency, late-night autopsy on the corpse of a young woman whose biology makes no sense. REVIEW: Of all the films I?ve seen at TIFF this year (nearly twenty as writing this), André Ovredal?s THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE is the most frustrating. Show More Summary