Maybe the one to watch out for in Hollywood. His two films so far are strikingly intelligent, and unique from each other. Cloverfield confronts (or rather "embodies", maybe that isn't even the right word) the globe's horrors of the digital age, while Let Me In traces the interiors of a cramped and sick suburbia. He can work with emotions and ideas equally. His possible upcoming projects: "The Passage" (based on a vampire apocalypse novel), seems extremely interesting, as the structure would be fascinating, and his take on the virus outbreak is something I'd love to see. "8 O'Clock", based off the same source material as They Live, but a psychological film rather than a satire. And of course Cloverfield 2. Perhaps worrying initially, but I trust Reeves's intelligence to provide something fresh.