Recently saw Of Gods and Men. I didn't think it was particularly spectacular, but it really drew me in. There were no real stand-out scenes, aside from one (maybe). It wasn't that type of movie. Instead, everything sort of meshed together, giving it a sort of ethereal tone. Initially, I found that to be mesmerizing but by the end it was very disquieting. In an early scene a joke was made that also foreshadowed the events that would conclude the movie. It was really well done.
I also saw The House of the Devil as per the recommendation of a good friend. I can't stand Greta Gerwig, so I was quite pleased to find that her roll was a minor one. I thought the lead actress did a really great job, while the husband and wife in the house were fucking awesome in their roles. I loved the way the introductory credits were filmed -- sweet music, white-washed/diluted colors, freeze-frames. It evoked the 80s vibe so well. The movie had potential to be really fuckin' phenomenal but wayyy too much happened wayyy too fast in the final act. The pacing up until then had been really effective. If a longer version exists I'd really like to see it - I think that if they had drawn out that final act, given the absolute terror of it all time to breathe, to set in, then the movie would have been elevated from 'pretty good horror movie' to 'top-notch horror movie'.