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4 items from 2017


The Horrific Ending of The Autopsy of Jane Doe Will Keep You Up at Night

18 January 2017 12:30 PM, PST | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

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 watched it, but you want to know what happens anyway, then steel your nerves and proceed with caution while we break down the ending in this simple, deceptively brilliant movie. First Thing's First: What's the Set-Up? An unidentified woman's naked, perfectly preserved corpse is found half-buried in the basement of a home where a brutal, bloody triple-murder occurred, and the body is brought in to the mortuary of father-son coroners Tommy and Austin Tilden (Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch, respectively), who run their business out of the basement of their home. Although Tommy has already wrapped up for the night, the sheriff pleads with him to perform the autopsy »

- Quinn Keaney

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The Horrific Ending of The Autopsy of Jane Doe Will Keep You Up at Night

18 January 2017 12:30 PM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

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 watched it, but you want to know what happens anyway, then steel your nerves and proceed with caution while we break down the ending in this simple, deceptively brilliant movie. First Thing's First: What's the Set-Up? An unidentified woman's naked, perfectly preserved corpse is found half-buried in the basement of a home where a brutal, bloody triple-murder occurred, and the body is brought in to the mortuary of father-son coroners Tommy and Austin Tilden (Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch, respectively), who run their business out of the basement of their home. Although Tommy has already wrapped up for the night, the sheriff pleads with him to perform the autopsy »

- Quinn Keaney

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‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Review: Emile Hirsch Slices Into Slow-Burn Horror

5 January 2017 12:11 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Performing an autopsy doesn’t typically spring to mind as a father-son bonding activity, and “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” won’t do much to change that. Even so, Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch make a case for keeping it in the family as morticians in André Øvredal’s (“Trollhunter”) slow-burning horror film, which suggests that the apprentice model may not be dead after all — even if its practitioners are at death’s door. With a basement workspace flanked by family photos and wood paneling, dad (Cox) quizzes junior (Hirsch) about the cause of death of a corpse burnt beyond recognition the way others. »

- Michael Nordine

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Scott’s Favorites of 2016

4 January 2017 3:16 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Hey there, everyone! I sincerely hope this finds you all well (or at least coping) and eager (or at least willing) to take on a new year. I love doing year-end lists. For me, it’s a time of reflection, as well as expansion. Since I started with Daily Dead in April of 2015, my horror-view continues to grow; I’ve been so fortunate to meet and speak with some enduring legends of the genre, not to mention strike many new friendships through social media. But what my continuing immersion in this greatest of cultures has provided above all else is an appreciation for the variety and depth horror has to offer. It really has been a great year; unfortunately, I’ve missed some goodies, but dammit, I tried. So, without anymore ado whatsoever, here are a few (okay, a lot) of my favorite things from 2016.

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Favorite Books

As a ravenous horror enthusiast, »

- Scott Drebit

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