Having read the novel and then having seen the Swedish film. I have to say Matt Reeves film stays true to the original source material in a way I feel that is an even more faithful adaptation of the book than the first film. Don't treat this film as a remake of a well received foreign film, this is not just another cheap American knockoff like most American remakes tend to be. This film has it's own great qualities.
No Mambo Kings? Assante and Banderas were outstanding.
The Pit and the Pendulum?
King of the Ants?
After reading the short story by Stephen King, I never thought that it could be adapted to film without an NC-17 or X rating. Singer found a way to take the less provocative and graphic elements out of the story and still make it disturbing.
No entry for Cable Access?
No listing for Savage Steve Holland's "One Crazy Summer"?
No listing for Out of Time with Denzel Washington and Eva Mendes? It was a great, tightly paced little thriller.
There was a small Canadian film starring Nathan Fillion called The Water's Edge that was written by Craig Brewer. It's a modest neo-noir thriller worth checking out.
No listing for the "Crossing Guard"?