The White Ribbon (also Blu-ray). Michael Haneke's latest film was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 2010 ceremonies. It is set in a German town in the aftermath of the first World War. In this town strange and disturbing things happen mostly involving the children. It is a film that brings up questions that are never answered, which is what Haneke is famous for (see Cache and Funny People).
Suicide Girls Must Die! Billed as the first reality horror movie. This film went about its business without a script and without telling the involved Suicide Girls that it was happening. I cannot say it is an idea I endorse, but I must admit to being a little bit curious.
Uncle Sam (Blu-ray). I have this on DVD somewhere. It is a low budget patriotic horror movie from director William Lustig set in the shadow of the first Gulf War. A soldier killed in action is returned to his family. He rises from the grave to kill the unpatriotic citizens of the town. Sounds like fun, right? It is not great. a little slow, but a must see for low budget horror fans. The cast includes Isaac Hayes and P.J. Soles.
Blood on the Highway. This one sounds like fun. A girl, her boyfriend, and her ex head to a concert some distance away, get lost and end up in a town of dimwitted vampires. Perfect description for a movie perfect for a slow weekday night.