Oscar's Bell
Duncan and his dog Oscar go on their weekly camping trip into the wilderness. But this trip, when Duncan looks out into the woods, something out there looks back
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In a short landscape that has been flooded with high-concept or “art house” horror, a film like Oscar’s Bell feels practically subversive: it’s an old-school genre scare flick, plain and simple. There’s no subtextual metaphor underlining the plot (It Follows) or socio-political commentary (Get Out). It’s not trying to subvert or mess with established genre tropes. It’s just pure, well-executed creepiness.

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