Tommy (Brian Cox) and his son Austin (Emile Hirsch), who is learning the trade of coroner, receive the corpse of a woman who appears to have died under mysterious circumstances. As the two work through the night to learn her story, strange things begin to happen as they uncover more and more about her past. I was really surprised at how much I liked the movie. The first half is rather creepy – several scenes that cause you to jump a bit; the chills are psychological rather than bloody. The film moves quickly with several plot twists and turns; it makes for a very good story of two people solving a mystery. Thumbs up from me for a movie that isn’t particularly innovative but is nonetheless a very satisfying, old-fashioned kind of horror film (if you like that sort of thing).