Oddity

critic Reviews

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    Carlos AguilarVariety
    McCarthy and editor Brian Philip Davis deploy high-voltage moments with expert timing, using the dark to their favor in refreshing fashion.
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    Alison ForemanindieWire
    Oddity delivers a brilliant, bespoke, and tightly entertaining string of ideas that work stronger as a collection -- with even these missteps feeling like they branch from a unified center.
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    Brian TallericoRogerEbert.com
    “Oddity” is genuinely and consistently unsettling.
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    Matthew MonagleAustin Chronicle
    Oddity is often a terrifying film because of its absurdist streak, not despite it, and McCarthy and his cast swing for the fences without ever once losing their balance.
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    Meagan NavarroBloody Disgusting
    Oddity continues the filmmaker’s exploration of supernatural karma and retribution with offbeat characters and a unique vision for scares.
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    Kristy PuchkoMashable
    Atmospheric and unpredictable, Oddity is a rare treasure.
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    Rocco T. ThompsonDaily Dead
    Oddity’s spookability outweighs its creativity, which is fine for now, but here’s to hoping that McCarthy continues building on the promising raw material of his considerable scaremaking talent and can gift viewers something truly odd next time.
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    Anthony OleszkiewiczStarburst
    Although it is held back from being a genre-defining work by stuffy performances and a so-so camera, Oddity is a fresh, low-brow horror experience that will keep you guessing where the next scare is going to come from.
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    Matt OakesSilver Screen Riot
    A twisty midnight movie from Ireland that effectively balances jump scares and tension within its unique premise of otherworldly vengeance and recompense.
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    Cody DericksAwardsWatch
    Oddity is exactly as the title indicates: the rare horror film with the trappings of the art house, but not above the frights of the multiplex.
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