Dr. Suess’ How Wes Craven Single Handedly Saved the Horror Genre
Doesn't know when to stop with the jokes about other horror movies and settle down to tell a coherent story.
May not be the most scary or the grossest horror film you've ever seen, but it has one distinct feature: it actually talks up to the audience. By the conclusion, you won't be shaking in your seat, but you may enjoy the status of someone who has earned a Master's in Slashology.
Compared with most of what passes for scary movies these days, this is golden: It's not stupid, it's not wussy and it pulls off a couple of pretty nasty jolts.