If you’re a horror fan, you might want to check out The Autopsy of Jane Doe. It’s gory, jumpy, and full of scares – but what really happened in this movie? We’ll help you figure it out. Released in 2016, it was directed by Norwegian director André Øvredal (he also directed Trollhunter in 2010). It follows the story of a father-and-son coroner duo, Tommy (played by Brian Cox) and Austin (Emile Hirsch) as they try to piece together what happened to Jane Doe – the perfectly preserved body of a mysterious young woman. Two warnings – this is a very gory film, so the following description of events is similarly gruesome. Also, it goes without saying that there are major spoilers to come. If you want to watch it first, you can find it on Netflix (and if it helps, you can find out how Netflix compares to other streaming services in our guide Continue Reading The Autopsy of Jane Doe Explained – All You Need to Know!
In our Infinity Chamber Explained article, we’ll be looking at the sci-fi film directed by Travis Milloy, released in 2017. The main character, Frank Lerner (Christopher Soren Kelly), is arrested and wakes in a prison cell with a bot named Howard (Jesse D. Arrow). A government agency, the ISN, wants to interrogate Frank using a device that forces him to relive the same day again and again. Frank wants to escape, and what begins as a simple premise turns into a plot filled with unimaginable twists and turns. The film can be interpreted in a few different ways, so we’ll look at the plot and characters before discussing some of those theories. Warning: this is spoiler-heavy, so don’t read it if you haven’t watched it! (If you want more sci-fi movies to watch, try our article on The Best Movies Like Interstellar – there are some gems to try there).
Infinity Chamber – Plot Summary
Do you have a White-Collar-shaped hole in your life now you’ve finished all six seasons? Don’t worry – we’ve compiled a guide on 19 shows like White Collar to watch next. There’s a lot to love about White Collar. If you haven’t seen it, here’s the gist: Neal Caffrey is an escaped convict, and Peter Stokes is an FBI agent responsible for locking him up in the first place. They strike an unusual deal – Neal can stay out of prison wearing a tracking device if he agrees to help the FBI. The relationship between them is difficult to say the least but very entertaining to watch. The side characters are great too: Peter Burke, FBI agent, Mozzie, Neal’s friend and con artist, and Tiffany, Peter’s wife, all have their own roles to play. It lasted for 6 seasons (about 3500 hours run time in total). The character’s relationships, quick wit, and brain-scratching mysteries make it compulsive viewing. If you’re done with White Collar and you’re feeling the need to wat