Kramer vs. Kramer-underwhelming family drama with Dustin Hoffman and a bratty kid being miserable because Meryl Streep leaves for pretty vague reasons. She's barely in the movie until the end, and so we don't really know what her deal is, and we consequently might not buy the ending.
Martha Marcy May Marlene-the still-relevant Olsen sister escapes from a rapey cult, but then can't adjust back to normal life and starts doing weird things like going to sleep on her sister's bed when she's banging her husband in it. Underdeveloped characters and no real explanation of the cult's beliefs, plus a non-ending, but still mildly watchable.
Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf-glorious so-bad-it's-good fare with Christopher Lee as a wolf hunter bringing the dullest leads I've ever seen to destroy a wolf colony in Transylvania that seems more interested in orgies than eating people. The wolf leader has huge hoots and in the end credits they show her ripping off her top 17 times. Also, there's an awesome theme song:
Howling III: The Marsupials-it's PG-13 this time, so everytime a wolf goes to eat someone you just get a shot of them being terrified and the camera moving away once the wolf lunges. This is schlocky and parodic, but it also doesn't try to be funny, so who knows what's going on. There's a neat scene where a wolf chick gives birth to a baby wolf and then it crawls into her pouch, in any event.
The Hills Have Eyes 2-this is the sequel to the remake and not the sequel to the original that features a dog having a flashback. Anyway, it's terrible, with a bunch of soldiers being brought in to kill off the last of the mutants, but failing spectacularly. Don't watch this.
Orphan-remember this one? Post-miscarriage parents adopt a little Russian girl who gradually acts more and more crazy until she's pushing kids off jungle gyms, murdering her father and playing piano well above her age level. This one has a better twist than Alien: Covenant.
The Mist-Stephen King adaptation with a bunch of townsfolk trapped in a grocery store when a mist filled with monsters traps them, highlighted by a religious fantatic character played by Marcia Gay Harden who must be pretty persuasive because half the people join her and her god-fearing ways. Too much CGI for the monster parts, but there's a scary giant one at the end. The ending makes no sense, btw. At all.
Needful Things-another King adaptation where The Devil (Max Von Sydow) opens up an antiques shop in Castle Rock and starts giving people things they want in exchange for them doing bad things to other people. There's a scene where copper Ed Harris finds newspaper clippings of like terrible events from the last 100 years that The Devil was involved in, which makes it weird that he's setting his sights so low here. Seriously, he makes a kid break some lady's windows. Stupid movie.