All Cheerleaders Die - I thought it was hilarious, but the reviews were kind of all over the place, so your mileage may vary. As far as recent-ish horror/comedies that skewer common tropes go, I like it a lot more than Cabin in the Woods, but not quite as much as Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. It got a lot of comparisons to early Sam Raimi and Peter Jackson, so if you like those guys you might like this too.
Roman - I would probably have rated this higher if it had someone other than Lucky McKee play the lead, since he's not the best actor out there. The acting in May was one of the things that set it so far above most horror movies; though the supporting cast in Roman is a bit stronger than he is as the lead.
The Woods - The weakest of the ones I've seen by him, and also the only one I've seen where he directed off of someone else's screenplay instead of writing/co-writing it himself. It's not bad, though. Takes place at a boarding school with witches. Bruce Campbell is in it for a bit, too.