Great additions to your earlier list! Some of these are definitely among my very favorites, and, of course, in terms of critical praise, there aren’t many genre flicks that top Silence of the Lambs and Candyman. I enjoyed The Faculty, but the final coda always bugged me (in the same way that part of the finale of The Breakfast Club bugs me, as well); it feels like, in the end, the “outsider” characters achieve a place of elevated status in their high school community, but they’re just ultimately just “buying in” on the problematic social order that once kept them down. What could be revolutionary change in favor of the oppressed becomes instead a betrayal of the nerds and freaks, and an endorsement of the status quo. I haven’t watched Stir of Echoes in way, way too long.