In terms of movie commerce, 2016 is smelling hard. The Ghostbusters trailer has the comedic ability of a Geico commercial-grade, Star Trek Beyond looks like an activity parody, Warcraft is casting the trance of dubstep, and Suicide Squad decided it wanted to be Guardians Of The Galaxy after filming was already ended. Now, I’m not went on to say that these movies are guaranteed to be hot garbage, but their previews have all the glamour of a exploited condom you find by the side of the road.

The irony is the fact that it totally are a whole slew of upcoming movies deserving of the hype Hollywood is squandering but don’t have the required commerce fund of a thousand tycoons. That’s why we continue our never-ending sequence about lesser-known films soon to blow your stupid socks off …

# 6. A Van Gogh Biopic Made With Thousands Of Animated Paintings

From reusing chassis to digital coloring, the odd point of animation has always been to give the “fuck off” to animators as soon as technologically possible. And while ejecting pencil jockeys might be the natural progression of service industries, a European film announced Loving Vincent is taking animation so far backward that it’s aping an age that never even existed.

Except for inside Walt’s fever “daydreams” .

What you’re ascertaining is a handful of the 30 presumably empty creators currently hand-painting the 56, 800 separate chassis that will make up a film about Van Gogh’s manic life. And no — not every European animation is done by artfully daubing each canvas-sized animation cel; this one has been specifically done to look like the entire story takes situate in our protagonist’s decorates. It’s an endeavor that took a total of two years to ended, at a rate of one depict every 40 minutes. The develop ?

Every Frame A Painting. Literally .

And it’s not just the visuals that are obsessively intricate, as the patch itself was pulled from 800 different characters by the artist and is presented as a series of interviews and reenactments smothering the requirements of his death. It comes out this September, and it’s still being completed in Poland and Greece. The film’s yield promotes the question of why more biopics about visual creators aren’t done to simulate their style. Just dream the cinematic wonderment of H.R. Giger’s childhood outlined as a roiling ocean of disembodied dicks.

# 5. A Fake Moon Landing Flick That Was Secretly Established At NASA

Roleplay time: Let’s say you wanted to make a mockumentary about NASA forgery the moon ground. That would require you to simulate the 1960 s, a phony moon ground mounted, and most laboriously — NASA HQ itself. After all, it’s not like you could just ferret a camera gang into a heavily monitored government agency filled with feelings information and tons of liquid hydrogen, right? Especially when the movie you’re shooting is about the speculation that NASA is a cluster of lunar-faking rat finks. That would be like … the most illegal movie ever.

Oh .

Never mind, that’s totally what the filmmakers behind Operation Avalanche did, all for the purposes of the feignings of making a student film about NASA in the 1960 s while actually accumulating B-roll and interrogations to meet their “B.S. moon landing” narrative. Afterward, it was a simple matter of building a moon determined and dating their footage in upright, having effectively reduced their budget by deceiving literal rocket scientists .

“One small-minded pace for douche, one whale leaping for douchekind.”

The story follows a CIA agent working for the government’s AV department who’s tasked with encountering a Soviet mole supposedly sabotaging NASA’s lunar attempts. After the search leads dry, our hero discovers the dark true that America is secretly ingesting Russia’s moon dust in the seat race — and offers to use his cinematic expertise to fake the moon ground. Along with shooting in sincere locatings, the film achieved a vintage search by digitally erasing any modern engineering from the NASA shoot and hurled in a Stanley Kubrick cameo from beyond the grave.

For those wondering why NASA didn’t immediately shut the film down: It is about to change these shrewd filmmakers are protected under a fair-use loophole, further stepping on the cervix of an bureau so underfunded you can actually shoot a period piece in their offices.

# 4. The Greasy Strangler Is About Exactly What It Clangs Like

There’s not much to say about The Greasy Strangler that can’t be said by its own designation, which reverberates more like a pubescent masturbation proficiency than a feature film. Nevertheless, this is a supernatural happening that exists — as evidenced by screenshots from Entertainment Weekly.


No, that older gentleman in pink is not the titular Greasy Strangler but instead Big Ronnie — the primary attribute who precisely happens to be strangling person in a non-greasy capacity … and is named as such because of his enormous, often on-screen penis. I shit you not: Harmonizing to critiques, this whole happening is wallpapered with engorged old-guy dick, and that’s somehow not even the weirdest part.

Bafflingly produced by Elijah Wood, our journey’s Frodo is an elderly man co-running a disco-themed walking tour with his son-turned-romantic rival — as the pair end up vying for the same dame who I’m just assuming suffered from some kind of sexual blindness.

Or physical blindness, depending on how open that happening have to go to her eye .

And if that description doesn’t sound enough like the verbose screaming of a trash maniac, the stakes are raised upon the appearance of the titular inhuman slime-killer, who asphyxiates hapless civilians and leaves them in a grotesque gunk piling. The patch coagulates when it’s realized that every casualty happens to be one of Big Ronnie’s tour purchasers, firmly putting him and his being schlong in the electric chair. The film also includes “fetishized cellulite” copulation and an apparently relentless incident where the characters discuss paprika-flavored potato chips.

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