I remember an ex girlfriend thinking "Open Water" was a scary movie, but I'm sure its just another cheesy worthless shark movie like anything else besides "Jaws", so I always ignored it.
The Hunt does sound interesting, maybe I'll check that out. And "A Perfect Getaway" might be something to watch with my girlfriend too.
The Cable Guy - I buy the cult status too and I always liked this one since seeing it a lot in the 90s. It is pretty weird though. Its subtley dark mainly because Jim doesn't just come across as pathetic and sad but also just downright creepy. People criticized Matthew Brodericks acting in the film, and maybe someone else would have been better casting, but it was fine as a "straight guy" role trying to deal with this weird pushy person.
The Craft - My girlfriend had this on one time about a year or so ago. She probably grew up with it. Very 90s and very cheesy. The only thing its worth for is nostalgia, since i like 90s time capsules once in awhile. They can be comfy. This one I have no desire to revisit though. Ever see the remake? It's even more worthless.
I don't know why I never saw "Snakes On A Plane". Maybe it was on TBS once in awhile but I never even see it on TV that often.
I remember seeing a bunch of Gosling movies in like 2010, so I probably saw "Stay". Can't remember it much though. I think I remember it being boring and not one of the interesting movies he's done in the 00s. One interesting earlier Gosling one was "United States Of Leland". "Half Nelson" was a good one people dont mention much these days.