The Autopsy of Jane Doe
“It looks like they were trying to break out,” Deputy Ballard (Yves O’Hara)
If not for the presence of talented thespian Brian Cox, this would be a C-level horror movie. Clunky, poorly made, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE is a significant quality drop from the director of TROLLHUNTER. Body horror starts promisingly, but resorts to cheap, obvious scares, descending to unmemorable haunted house flick. Filmmakers, enough already with the jump shocks. The device is not clever or artistically interesting. When was the last time you admired that technique? JAWS (1975) with the head in the submerged boat?
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