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Autopsy: A Love Story (2003)





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An obsessive body collector working for the county coroner and dabbling in a bit of black market organ harvesting on the side finally steps off of the deep end when a beautiful young suicide victim proves the Jane Doe of his dreams in director Guy Crawford's dark psychological study in post-mortem romance. With no friends to speak of save for his demented co-worker Dale and the never-ending supply of the forgotten bodies that cross his path on a daily basis, Charlie Bickle is a lonely man. Though his sinister side business helps to ease the loneliness by bringing in a healthy cash flow, the isolated morgue worker just can't seem to shake the stench of death. Upon catching the dead-eyed gaze of a tragic suicide victim whose beauty remains forever locked in a final moment of repose, Charlie pledges to care for his cold new love at whatever cost - even if it means having to take a few lives in the process.


John Scott Mills
as Charlie Bickle
Dina Osmussen
as Jane Doe / Jill Patterson
Joe Estevez
as Dr. Dale Brodsky
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So far, this is the best piece I've seen from Brain Damage Films. I was quite impressed. As is the case with many indie horror flicks, you should expect low production quality. This film was definitely worth the watch, however. The plot was perfectly peculiar! I adored every freakish minute of it. On top of a unique storyline, there were lots of laughs to be had. The gore, however, was fairly minimal. Some awesome shots of human organs, though. Nice job on those!

Rachel Thomas
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