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The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (2016/Umbrella Region Free Import Blu-ray)

Picture: B+ Sound: B+ Extras: C+ Film: B+

PLEASE NOTE: This Import Blu-ray is now only available from our friends at Umbrella Entertainment in Australia, can play on Blu-ray players worldwide and can be from the link below.

As far as recent horror films as of late go, Andre Ovredal's The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) is definitely near the top of the list. While not perfect, the film has some effective scares and well developed characters including stunning performances by Brian Cox (Michael Mann's Manhunter) and Emile Hirsch. Following his other well received genre film Troll Hunter (2010), Ovredal proves he has effective visual storytelling skills and certainly shows an improvement in his style.

The film also stars Olwen Catherine Kelly, Opehlia Lovibond, and Michael McElhatton.

When a mysterious body of a Jane Doe is found at a vicious crime scene, police bring the body into the Tilden Morgue where a Father (Cox) and a Son (Hirsch) are the caretakers. While the two men begin their autopsy of the body to find the cause of death, they soon realize that this corpse is far different from the rest. Soon, a bizarre and disturbing chain of events start to unravel, leaving nobody safe from Jane Doe - who may be both alive AND dead.

Presented in 1080p high definition with a widescreen aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and a great sounding, lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 5.1 track, the film looks and sounds vividly creepy on Blu-ray disc with rich stylized cinematography with high contrast tones that bright out the special effects. The soundtrack is creepy and effective as well, with several moments that will make you jump.

Special Features...

Behind the Scenes

Cast and Crew Interviews

Promo Clips

Theatrical Trailer

Aside from a cat dying (a pet peeve of mine that I HATE during movies because I'm quite fond of them), I really liked The Autopsy of Jane Doe. It's original, has great performances, and realistic special effects to boot. I would definitely suggest it.

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- James Lockhart



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