Before The Possession of Hannah Grace there was André Øvredal’s excellent morgue-set horror film The Autopsy of Jane Doe, and the standout 2016 flick’s soundtrack is now coming to vinyl courtesy of Mondo. Detailed today, the release’s packaging is incredibly cool, tasking you with performing a little surgery of your own before you’re able to start enjoying it.
Mondo explains, “If you haven’t seen The Autopsy of Jane Doe, please rectify that immediately, it’s available on Blu-ray from our good friends at Shout Factory. It’s a genuinely chilling tale of a father and son mortuary team who get a body delivered that is unlike any they have ever examined – an unidentified female ‘Jane Doe’. As they begin to perform the autopsy in the dead of night, they begin to uncover the story of the corpse and slow creeping dread turns to all out horror masterfully directed by André Øvredal this is essential viewing for any horror fan.”
“The score by Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans is tense, brooding and a genuinely scary listen (not recommended for late nights if you want to sleep)! It’s pitch perfect in creating mood and atmosphere one minute and letting loose into complete madness the next. The package was designed by Jay Shaw and we wanted to really give you a sense of the movie when you open it. The record is clear with blue and red veins swirling round Jane Doe’s heart and is housed in a triple foldout gatefold that requires you to perform some surgery to get to the vinyl. The whole package is rounded out in a body bag! Strictly limited to 700 copies – one copy per person.”
These will be on sale Wednesday 12/19 on Mondo’s site ($32), shipping January 2019.