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Brad’s Top Films of 2015



On our latest podcast episode, Brad and Sean give their Top Picks of 2015. Here is Brad’s Top Films of 2015 (in no particular order), full comments about each film can be heard on our Best Of 2015 podcast episode:



A man who debunks mind control techniques as a profession must help a couple whose daughter has recently joined a cult.



Bone Tomahawk

Four men set out in the Wild West to rescue a group of captives from cannibalistic cave dwellers.



Green Room

A young punk rock band find themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence.



Mad Max: Fury Road

A woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in post apocalyptic Australia in search for her homeland with the help of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper, and a drifter named Max.




Krisha returns for Thanksgiving dinner after ten years away from her family, but past demons threaten to ruin the festivities.




Set at an all girls boarding school, February tells the story of two women bound together by a series of sinister events.

Director: Osgood Perkins (as Oz Perkins)
Writer: Osgood Perkins (as Oz Perkins)
Stars: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, Lauren Holly



The Hateful Eight

In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters.



The Invitation

While attending a dinner party at his former home, a man thinks his ex-wife and her new husband have sinister intentions for their guests.

Director: Karyn Kusama
Writers: Phil Hay (screenplay), Matt Manfredi(screenplay)
Stars: Michiel Huisman, John Carroll Lynch, Logan Marshall-Green



The Final Girls

A young woman grieving the loss of her mother, a famous scream queen from the 1980s, finds herself pulled into the world of her mom’s most famous movie. Reunited, the women must fight off the film’s maniacal killer.

Director: Todd Strauss-Schulson
Writers: M.A. Fortin (screenplay), Joshua John Miller(screenplay)
Stars: Taissa Farmiga, Malin Akerman, Adam DeVine



The Witch

A family in 1630s New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession.



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