"The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death" wasn't a good idea to begin with and the final product confirmed my initial suspicions. It's thinner in story, scares and even the originally impressive Marsh no longer seems very impressive.
"Dracula: Prince of Darkness" holds a special place in my heart because it embodies the kind of gothic horror flick that you just don't see anymore. There's a subtlety about it, a deceptively simple finesse that can only seemingly be found in 1960's England.
"Dark Skies" isn't a disaster. I almost wish it was, because then I would've at least felt...something about it. This is not a bad movie, but all of its successes tie in too closely with its failures, dragging the feature down into the deep pits of "meh".
"Sinister" doesn't push any boundaries, nor will it rejuvenate horror movies. But it is one of the better examples of its kind and if every ghost-thriller was this good, I wouldn't be complaining about how similar they are.