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It's ten years after the kidnapping of Martin Bristol. Taken from a backyard swing at his home at the age of six, he is forced to witness unspeakable crimes of a deranged madman. For years, Martin's whereabouts have remained a mystery...until now.
R. Brandon Johnson,
In Louisiana, while driving on the State Route 53, Emily has a car accident. Her boyfriend Bobby and their friends Clare, Dmitriy and Jude find that she had hit a stranger. When they see an ambulance on the road, they ask for help and the attendants bring them to the Mercy Hospital. The nurse Marian asks Bobby to go to the exam room. When Emily tries to get information about her boyfriend, she meets Dr. David Benway that tells her the Bobby is all right. But sooner Emily unravels a dark city about Dr. Benway and his team. Written by
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(at around 39 mins) Cerebrospinal fluid shown in the lumbar puncture (spinal tap) which the doctor performs is yellow. However, in a healthy individual it should be colorless. See more »
La Boheme - Si Mi Chiamano Mimi
by Giacomo Puccini Mirella Freni, soprano
The Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra
Courtesy of PLM Music under exclusive license from Gostelradiofond, R.F.
Published by Classics of America
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Autopsy exists primarily to provide gory scenes. From the opening several people manage to crash into some random guy. An ambulance shows up despite not being called but everyone is in shock. Unsurprisingly, nobody notices. They're in shock. Gory films don't usually interest me but at least this one achieved some shock value.
Therefore everyone arrives at the hospital where insane paramedics, doctors and such try to experiment on their newfound victims or murder victims.
Naturally the story doesn't matter because it's only setup for gory stuff that comes later. The kids are only there to be victims.
However, although I consider "Event Horizon" and "Hostel" unmemorable, and "Hostel 2" groan-inducingly stupid, Autopsy actually managed to shock me during at least once.
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