This weekend, moviegoers can celebrate the 4th of July a few days early with Independence Day: Resurgence, Roland Emmerich’s belated sequel to his own 1996 summer smash. Or, if they’re feeling adventurous, they can opt for something a little wilder, a weirder, a little…fartier. Converting the A.V. Club set into their own personal “Refn space,” A.A. Dowd and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky debate the merits of two divisive festival oddities now in theaters: Nicolas Winding Refn’s atmospheric showbiz horror show The Neon Demon and that Sundance movie where Daniel Radcliffe plays a flatulent dead guy, Swiss Army Man.