Moonlight - Lived up to all the hype for me. Excellent.
Valerie and Her Week of Wonders - 1970 Czech surrealist horror (maybe not so heavy on the horror, but definitely contains Gothic horror elements). This lies somewhere between Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain and Santa Sangre, the super-French haze of early 70s Jean Rollin, and Jess Franco's artier moments. In a nutshell, it's pretty crazy lyrical stuff, both in both the visual and thematic sense. It surprises me this was approved by Czech censors at the time. The Criterion disc also has some of director Jaromil Jires' short films included, also very good. A+
Mutants - 2009 French virus (zombie) outbreak movie. Starts out strong like it could the the High Tension of French zombie movies, but it goes downhill about 30 min in and never recovers. At least the music is good, dark Tangerine Dream-y stuff.
Creatures from the Abyss - Totally insane 1994 Italian horror from the director of the equally insane The Mummy Theme Park. Basically Alien on a boat with dumb horny college kids saying the dumbest shit you've ever heard. Lots of practical effects and some of them had me howling, pumping my fist in the air. Radioactive plankton powder is mistaken for giant bags of coke, to hilarious effect. "These fish can survive out of water! Don't you know what that means?!?!"
Tarkan and the Blood of the Vikings - Ok, so a guy raised by wolves has to help Attila save Turkey from the Vikings and an evil Chinese princess. Oh, and he falls in love with a Viking hottie and has to save her from the amazing/hilarious/lame octopus monster. 1971 Turkish madness. Loved it.