The Greasy Strangler (2016, dir. Jim Hosking)

A man starts to think his live-in disco-loving father is The Greasy Strangler. Almost too-deliberately cultish, this is nevertheless funny and weird with bags of chutzpah, deliberately lo-fi gore, plenty of WTF moments, and a clear visual sensibility.

Darling (2015, dir. Mickey Keating)

A housesitter is driven mad by her new job. Light on plot, but heavy on black and white style and with moments of jumpy weirdness, Darling is a tidy and minimalist psychological horror that makes the most of its limited resources.

The Angry Birds Movie (2016, dir. Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly)

Misfit birds have to channel their anger to rescue the eggs stolen from their village by piratical pigs. Unexpectedly superior animated comedy packing in buckets of slapstick, porky puns, and a little pathos into an engaging 90 minutes of game-based fun.