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9 best dark comedy movies

A mockumentary about a vampire flat share in Wellington, New Zealand endears us to four eccentric blood-sucking friends as they go about their nocturnal lives

What We Do In The Shadows (2014) Hotstar

Taking aim at capitalism and the myth of social mobility, this devastating class satire is as cruelly delightful as it is stomach-dropping in its horrors

Parasite (2019)
SonyLIV, Netflix

Dramatising the absurdities of a power struggle between Soviet ministers following Stalin’s demise, this satire comedy is the sharpest critique of power

The Death of Stalin (2017)
Prime Video

In a hotel for single adults, with just 45 days to find a partner or become an animal, this film wryly delves into the poignant ironies of human relationships

The Lobster (2015)

A brutally funny (and plain brutal) satire of American consumerism, obsession with status, and very sad men

American Psycho (2000)

The time loop film to end all time loop films, it presents a terrifyingly nightmare scenario: what if you were doomed to relive the same day over and over again?

Groundhog Day (1993)

A masterclass in capturing the
specific brand of claustrophobia
you only experience with extended family and friends

Shiva Baby (2020)

Alexander Payne’s Election follows the feud between Reese Witherspoon’s goody-two-shoes Tracy Flick and Matthew Broderick’s weary Mr. McAllister

Election (1999)
Amazon Prime Video

This one follows the spiralling, dystopian consequences of a news anchor announcing that he is planning to commit suicide on live television due to plummeting ratings

Network (1976)
Amazon Prime Video

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