Occulus: "Many Shuvs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you."
As "haunted mirror" movies go, this was pretty solid. In any given scene, it's hard to know whether what you are seeing is real-time, a flashback, a memory, or a hallucination. It's an interesting structure. It was much better than Mirror, Mirror
(which I also re-watched. Wow, it's worse than I remembered.)
Under the Skin: It's not bad, but kind of slow. Scarlett Johansson drives around and eats people. It's basically Liquid Sky, but less psychedelic, and no faster paced.
Ghostbusters: I hadn't seen this in years, and I'm happy to report that it really holds up well. Some of the effects are terrible, but the jokes and plot are quality.
Ghostbusters II: This isn't terrible, but it's not that funny and there is far too much baby in it. The whole movie is basically nothing but people coo-ing at a baby. The baby doesn't even do anything, ever. It's just a prize token. More slime, less baby is what I'm saying.
Star Wars: Turn to the Dark Side, Episode 3.1: This is the 7+ hours of Star Wars episodes 1-3 edited down to a single 2:47 movie. It is a much better movie. I wouldn't say it's a very good movie, but there's only so far you can polish that turd. Still, given the raw material they had to work with, this came out better than I expected. This movie is about a monk with serious anger issues making terrible decisions, instead of being about tariffs and union negotiations or whatever the fuck Lucas's movies were about.
The torrent I found of it wasn't the greatest encoding, so it felt like a much older and lower budget B movie than it is, which made some of the stilted, terrible acting easier to tolerate.