Stoker - What a boring piece of shit.
Dark Touch - Similar to Carrie (and better) except instead of teenage girls being shitty to the one girl you really shouldn't be shitty to, it's set in rural Ireland and the girl has been abused by her parents and has the ability to tell which other children have been abused by their parents. She can then cause Carrie like stuff to the abusive parents.
We Are What We Are - Slow moving but creepy horror movie about a very bad weekend in a rural community. Becomes true horror by the end which is completely terrifying. Interesting in that it ignores most horror movie tropes.
True Detective. The new Game Of Thrones. A huge fuck you to the police procedurals on CBS. Nearly hallucinogenic in the way it is filmed and structured.
Machete Kills. Completely beautiful in the way it is awful. Incredibly fun and a great setup for the third film in the trilogy. Will almost make you have respect for Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson and Lady Ga Ga.
The Bling Ring. Was better when it was a book called "Less Than Zero." Clearly a vehicle to help Emma Watson shed her Herminone Granger image. Still, lots of pretty people in it. The treatment of the major gay character is incredibly problematic, however, with every gay cliche possible, including him being obsessed with wearing shoes that look like ruby slippers.
Captain Phillips. The first decent Tom Hanks film in a long, long time. Lots of tension and very well written. Very claustrophobic toward the end. Theme of the movie seems to be "If you are stuck in a small life boat and a US air craft carrier tells you to surrender, it's a good idea to surrender.."
May update this post after I decide what to watch today.