Every December, Funeratic members vote for the movies they thought were the best all year. After the ballots are counted, the membership's combined opinion is revealed on January 1.


2016

Funeratic members selected Captain America: Civil War as the best movie of 2016. Voters included Erik Bates, Evie Totty, and Scott Hardie.



2015

Funeratic members selected Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the best movie of 2015. Voters included Erik Bates, Samir Mehta, and Scott Hardie.



2014

Funeratic members selected The Grand Budapest Hotel as the best movie of 2014. Voters included Evie Totty, Samir Mehta, and Scott Hardie.



2013

Funeratic members selected Gravity as the best movie of 2013. Voters included Erik Bates, Evie Totty, Samir Mehta, and Scott Hardie.



2012

Funeratic members selected The Dark Knight Rises as the best movie of 2012. Voters included Chris Lemler, Erik Bates, Evie Totty, Samir Mehta, and Scott Hardie.



Each year, Funeratic members are invited to vote on any movie they reviewed, up to a maximum of ten. The film on the bottom of each member's ballot is given 1 point, then the second up the list is given 2 points, and so on, up to a maximum of 10 points if a member has voted for ten films. If two films are tied in points, the one that received more votes will be ranked higher.