On Friday I watched "The Blackwater Valley Exorcism" and of all the Exorcism movies, I would rank this one up there with "The Exorcism of Emily Rose." It was entertaining, and expressed possession more realistically then some of the others. (ie: the demon was only as striong as the body it possessed.) The only thing that disapointed me was a bit of the ending, it seemed a bit odd, but overall, it was definitely woerth the watch. (It was also based on a true story.)
I just recently watched "Cube²" and "Cube Zero"(the Prequel), and I thought they were very interesting, a good concept and for the most part played-out well.
The movies are about this theoretical series of cube-shaped rooms, each having 6 "doors"(on the roof, the floor, and on all four walls), "subjects" are placed in one room with the objective to find a way out or they die. They can't remember why they are there, but they quickly find that the rooms are not so normal, they are booby-trapped, and deceptive in more ways than one. "Cube²" has a more science-fiction feel about it, whereas the "Cube" they are in is more of a computer program-like construct. And "Cube Zero has a bit more of a suspenseful, torturous-killer feel, only somewhat similar to SAW.
Aside from that, I've watched the "Fear Itself" episodes that are available on FEARnet, and I would reccomend watching them, however, "New Years Day" was less than entertaining. I liked "Spooked" the best.
I'm off to watch "Penny Dreadful," so I'll give a review of that once I finish.
If you're familiar with James Rolfe (better known as 'The Angry Video Game Nerd), or even if you aren't, you might want to check out his short-films "The Deader the Better" (I Highly recommend), "Legend of the Blue Hole" (Similar to an episode of "The Twilight Zone," but very different as well, I also recommend.) Then there's "Cinemaphobia" which is a look into the life of a stressed-out Movie maker who goes a bit crazy. (Very good.)
you can check all of these
out on his website.(links are on thet page.)