The Autopsy of Jane Doe Red Band Trailer


Although a movie set almost entirely in a morgue basement during the course of an autopsy may not be your idea of a good time, the early reviews for The Autopsy of Jane Doe would seem to indicate that it is something special. The movie marks the English language debut of Norwegian filmmaker André Øvredal (Troll Hunter) and it stars Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch as a father-son coroner team investigating an unidentified corpse discovered at a grisly crime scene. There appears to be a compelling mystery here, but also some increasingly spooky happenings that may or may not be a figment of their imaginations. Either way, I am curious to see how Øvredal can keep things interesting for 90 minutes. The Autopsy of Jane Doe hits select theatres and VOD on Dec. 21st; check out the original green band trailer and a new red band trailer after the jump and let us know what you think.

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  • Jays psyche

    I just need to know if there are any beheadings

  • Kurt

    I can be perfectly clear on this movie. The first 30 minutes are exceptionally good, particularly Brian Cox and Emile Hirsh doing their investigative forensics thing. The remaining hour devolves into really, really shitting horror movie cliches, I mean really bad. I have no idea how the back end of screenplay made it through any sort of appraisal or consideration before they started shooting. It felt egregiously offensive considering how engaging and well crafted the set up was done.