Directed by André Øvredal that was also behind the camera as well as writing the amazing Trollhunter, the ‘basically shot the whole in continuity’ The Autopsy of Jane Doe is his first English-language film, and doesn’t look like is gonna be his last as he already showed interest in doing a Hollywood movie in the near future. Emile Hirsch (you might remember him from Into The Wild, Milk and Killer Joe to name a few of his biggest movies) and Brian Cox (kinda blew my mind to find out that he was the first actor to portray Hannibal Lecter on the 1986 film Manhunter) were cast because
'What's your favorite scary movie?'
We all know the 90s was a decade of awesomeness for all the most important aspects of life: video-games (the original Playstation and Tekken came out), fashion (I’ve got one word for you: chokers), music (where do I even start?!), cartoons (Batman, South Park and Daria anyone?), TV (back when MTV was an actual MUSIC channel!) and of course the many magnificent movies. Talking about movies there is one that not only endured the test of time beautifully but it also spawned 3 sequels, a
Director: Gareth Edwards
Writers: Chris Weitz, Tony Gilroy, John Knoll and Gary Whitta
Length: approx. 134 min
Genre: Epic Space Opera
"...the atmosphere was like something I haven’t felt in years in a gig, Beartooth gave everything they had to us in the crowd and it made the night even more memorable."