Dead Meat (2004)
Helena and her husband are traveling through the Irish countryside when all hell breaks loose. Mad cow disease has somehow affected humans turning them into Zombies. A group of survivors try and fend off countless attacks and find a safe place.
This is your standard low-budget Zombie flick, nothing very original. If you've seen any of Romero's movies you know what to expect. But there is some very good gore in this, and some genuinely scary moments here and there as well as some funny ass scenes mixed in. I think to enjoy this you have to be a fan of the genre or you won't be able to see past it's shortcomings which it has many of.
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)
The next great serial killer Psycho has given exclusive insights to a documentary crew to follow him as he plans his next victim.
Have you ever wondered how/why Freddy, Jason, Or Mike Myers do the things they do? How they always seem to catch up to the running victim while walking themselves? How they can pretend that they're dead only to come back for one final scare? Well this movie will explain it all. This is the quintessential horror movie made for horror fans. In a Spinal tap sort of Mockumentary it shows you the ins and outs of the slasher movie genre and ends up being a pretty good slasher film itself. Scream
did this homage of sorts but I think I definitely prefer this one. Very good acting from this mostly unknown cast, and some awesome cameos from Robert Englund and Zelda Rubinstein (the short lady from the Poltergeist films). Incredibly genius and original Idea that's executed fantastically. There is only one main problem I had with it, I thought the slasher part of the movie could've been a little longer and featured some more blood/gore. But I'm a little sadistic so maybe it's just me
But that aside any horror fans will absolutely love this. One of the best horror flicks I've seen in a long time.