Overall, 2016 was pretty darn good when it came to movies. We got a couple of decent superhero films, some brilliant sci-fi and horror, and one great comedy (I'll let you figure out which). We also got some boss indie films as well, including Hardcore Henry, Green Room, and The Lobster. And while I can't take all the credit, it's worth noting that the last three films I mentioned were all predicted for greatness on this site in the past.
And now, as the year ends, it's time to get pumped for 2017 with yet another installment about the bat-turd insane cinema not getting nearly the hype it deserves ...
The Belko Experiment: Office Space Meets Battle Royale
James Gunn made a name for himself directing what was arguably the best Marvel film, as well as the best film in which Vin Diesel plays an adorably monosyllabic murder lurch (sorry, Iron Giant). But before Guardians Of The Galaxy, Gunn had a cult following for directing movies like Slither and Super, as well as co-writing the grotesquely amazing Tromeo And Juliet -- a film featuring Lemmy from Motorhead, monster-penis, and what can only be described as a Jiffy Pop c-section.
"Ew, gross. Kettle corn."