OFCS members don’t just write film reviews. Here are several articles you might find interesting.
Festivals: General Coverage
10 Movies to See at Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2019
Denver Film Festival: The Line-up
Festivals: Individual Reviews
Celebrate horror icon George Romero all throughout October with Romero Lives!
- Excerpt: Organized by the George A. Romero Foundation, Romero Lives! officially kicked off in late September at the Living Dead Weekend held in Evans City, Pa., where part of Night of the Living Dead was shot. It continues from Oct. 11-20 with a comprehensive schedule of screenings at the Regent Square Theater.
Reel Q brings annual LGBTQ film festival to Row House Cinema
- Excerpt: Now in its 34th year, Reel Q finds a new home at Row House Cinema (it previously took place at Harris Theater) with a full schedule of 25 feature-length films and over 60 short films from around the world.
92nd Oscars: Animated Feature Submissions
The Friday Face-Off Round One #9
Oscar Preview: Weekend of Oct. 11-13, 2019
Spielberg, Scorsese and the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Excerpt: Those who are genuinely angry at Scorsese and who think he’s elitist, I think, are really saying that Black Panther and Pather Panchali are equal in terms of cinematic achievement and emotional catharsis or that the former perhaps is superior to the latter in those areas, and that I cannot agree with.
Video Essays, Video Reviews, Vlogs & More
I Wake Up Streaming • October 2019
- Excerpt: Film noir and classic horror have plenty in common, both visually and thematically, but they tend to take their shared elements (darkness, desire, greed, secrets, guilt, paranoia) in separate directions. No one brought the two genres together more elegantly than producer Val Lewton.
Reviews of Short Films
31 Days of the Undead: One Cut of the Dead (2017)
- Excerpt: Originally released in 2017, One Cut of the Dead has quickly gained cult status for its highly inventive, fun-loving tribute to the creative minds behind horror, many of whom started their careers with little more than a camera and a single location.