Drag Me To Hell - I wanted to see Sam Raimi go back to making a cool little low-budget non-overblown horror flick after Quintessential Bloated Overbudgeted 2000s Blockbuster Spider Man 3 and instead got 90 minutes of a poor butterfaced blonde girl getting tormented for not much good reason (she denies a bank loan to this old witch woman.) This got rave reviews when it came out but hasn't been returned-to much and I remain sort of baffled as to why.
Last House On The Left - The 1972 original is poorly made shit with several hilariously tacky scenes--and Wes Craven is obviously the first one to admit it--but I admit that it has a SLIGHT cultural value as a sort of response to the ugliness of the late 60s and early 70s, i.e., Manson and such. The 2009 remake was professionally made, but removed any moral ambiguity about the father flipping out and killing the bad guys--AND THE DAUGHTER LIVES. You get to see Garret Dillahunt and Aaron Paul die some of the funniest death scenes ever, though.
Eastern Promises - Haven't revisited this, but it was the last really good film Cronenberg's made as I recall. I guess the Freud/Jung movie he made was passable, but it wasn't particularly great in any way. His last two movies can go to hell.
Logan's Run - Laughably dated 1970s shit with people sporting some of the most badly dated 70s hairstyles and costumes you could imagine. The sci-fi trappings and the film's "moral" are nothing particularly interesting either. This is watched almost exclusively as camp today to the point where I'm surprised nobody's remade it, though I know there have been several plans to do so (I mean, Westworld was mostly thought of as camp to the best of my knowledge, and look what they're doing with that.) If you want to watch something that can really only be appreciated as an amusing sci-fi camp failure from that time period, watch 1974's Zardoz instead. NOTE: I've heard that this was the peak of 1970s special effects until Star Wars came around, meaning that this film needed SW the way bad 1975 prog needed good 1977 punk. PROG V PUNK Y'ALLLLL?!?!?!?
Make Way For Tomorrow - On my to watch list.