Drag Me To Hell is a fun Tales From The Crypt-style story, but really it's more of a trope-filled genre exercise than an actual compelling narrative in its own right.
I don't remember anything about Eastern Promises other than Viggo Mortensen rocking out with his cock out, but from what I recall it's pretty goddamn boring and I'm not a fan of Cronenberg's style anyway.
Seven Psychopaths squanders yet another wickedly charming Sam Rockwell character and an awesome Harry Dean Stanton sequence on a nonsenical dog-kidnapping plot, some of the least clever "self-referential" writing ever, and a totally unnecessary Tom Waits appearance. In Bruges was good though, watch that instead.
Oh right, Last House On The Left. The horror parts are still pretty sickeningly effective, and the attempts at humor still screamingly unfunny (and apparently influenced The Town That Dread Sundown, to its detriment), so everything everybody says about it is basically true. I can't add anything original to Studer's take here.