The Dead Don't Die
Was telling a co-worker I was going to be watching and she asked if it was scary and I responded that I didn't think that was Jim Jarmusch's milieu. And indeed, aside from a few relatively brief moments of gore, this is a zombie film entirely unconcerned with fright. Instead, typical to his style, this is a film that turns the emotiveness of its characters down to a -1 and has them flatly comment on their situation with ironic detachment. Occasionally it tries to half-heartedly make a social thematic point, but even then I think it is just making fun of Dawn of the Dead. Throw in some meta-ness of a people not only versed in the history of fictional zombies, but occasionally seeming self-aware of being in a movie themselves.
All this taken together makes for a distinctive film, one that is often funny with Adam Driver the standout, but also one that feels like a bad movie and ultimately feels a bit empty.