O'GRADY FILM

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Review: Rabid

Reading the first few chapters of Junji Ito’s Tomie put me in the mood for some good, old-fashioned body horror. Fortunately, the...

Slasher Movie Mad Libs

Welcome to [small town name]! It’s almost [holiday], and the whole community is excited for [large event]! Unfortunately, the festivities...

Review: Books of Blood

Hulu’s Books of Blood is profoundly disappointing. While it borrows its title from the series of anthology novels penned by Clive Barker,...

Review: Hopper/Welles

Hopper/Welles is a fascinating time capsule. In footage originally shot circa 1970 for The Other Side of the Wind, an unseen Orson Welles...

Review: Days

Tsai Ming-liang’s Days begins with a title card that reads, “The film is intentionally unsubtitled.” That’s somewhat intimidating, to say...

Review: Underwater

[WARNING: The following review contains MINOR SPOILERS!] Underwater begins with a long, lingering shot that slowly tracks across the...

Review: The Calming

Last night, I watched The Calming, my first digital screening of this year’s hybrid (part drive-in, part online) edition of the New York...

Review: Rancho Notorious

Watched Rancho Notorious on the Criterion Channel. This Technicolor-drenched Old Hollywood cowboy picture should represent something of a...

Emails from Japan

[Back in the summer of 2015, my brother and I visited Japan. While there, I sent our parents (almost) daily emails to keep them...

Review: Detention

This year’s online edition of the New York Asian Film Festival has officially commenced! Unfortunately, the streaming service that the...

 

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