Starring: Brian Cox, Emile HirschPlot: A father and son are tasked with performing an autopsy on an unknown person, but they find out more than they're asked of.Review: I am going to keep this review decently short as I don't want to give it away. But holy crap did I really enjoy this movie. Didn't hurt that I saw it in an old broken down (Ish) theatre, but this movie just hit on all cylinders for me.Emile Hirsch, who some of you may know from The Girl Next Door or Speed Racer does a great job as the son who is trying to get away from the business of dead bodies. He seems to be almost self aware of his role throughout the movie and plays his parts fantastically. Brian Cox is even better as the hard nosed father who is all about the business of dead bodies. He doesn't mess around and takes his job seriously.The colour were all done very well, with the Jane Doe being a luminous white that I almost thought could glow in the dark. On top of that, any blood not he body looks extra dark and violent because she is so white. The filming of the movie is done very well and doesn't try to aggrandize what it is, a small budget movie trying to do big things.The musical score in the movie was great as well, often times being very on the nose with what was going on, but other times being really subtle. They do that one type of music that's basically running fingers up a violin string until your ears need to be ripped off and it's done to perfection.A very scary movie that didn't have too many jump scares and wasn't long and drawn out at all. Don't get me wrong, there were some, but a lot of the movie was more reactionary towards creepy/supernatural things than jump scares.If you like horror movies, watch this movie. It's great and will not let you don at all. If you don't like horror movies (potentially like the two friends I saw this with), bring a scarf to cover your eyes, that helps I've been told.