Saw these the other day - I didn't realize how similar "Visiting Hours" would be to "Maniac" - still conceptually different films, but Michael Ironside has a deep misogynistic bent and looks a lot like Joe Spinell in some parts coming in and out of his pad with the tight clothes showing his girth. Also, brought back memories of Jack Nicholson's performance in "The Shining" towards the end. Throw in some classic overacting from William Shatner and you've got a decent fright flick with plenty of good jumpscares. On the other hand, we have "The Forest" - actually better than a lot of flicks coming out at the time, featuring a creepy synth score derivative I'm sure, but I dug it. It gets right to the killin' with some good 'ol stalk and slash in the woods - and it has some good moments sprinkled throughout the whole film not in just the last 30. One moment is etched in my brain as there is a flashback section giving a little of the killer's history - it has one part that is simply played for laughs and has the killer miraculously appearing in front of his fleeing victim, each time with a new weapon in hand - and I was rolling with every scene. Recommended - just don't forget your 6-pack!