2015 was an undeniably great year for film. From the surprisingly jaw-dropping chaos of Mad Max, to the heart breaking beauty of Pixar’s Inside Out and the return of the almighty Star Wars franchise, film goers have been getting their money’s worth. But, every year there’s a handful of excellent movies that fall undeservedly under the radar. Here’s our pick of the best films you missed in 2015.
If you’ve been underwhelmed by a sea of sub-par comedies this year from the likes of Will Ferrel and Kevin Hart, then this might restore your faith in the genre. Pitched perfectly as a fly on the wall documentary about four vampires sharing a house together in modern day New Zealand, this is more zany and original than you could imagine. From intense arguments about dish washing schedules to hilarious rivalries with a group of squeaky clean werewolfs (“We’re werewolves, not swearwolves!”), this comedy is bursting with laugh out loud humour. At it’s centre is a wonderful performance from Flight Of The Conchord’s Jermaine Clement.