Also, I think the last movie I watched was Lake Mungo
It's an older movie (2009 I think?) filmed in Aus. Great slow burn horror movie that I'm almost hesitant to call a horror movie because it's not "startling" but it has a dark, dreary vibe that kind of creeps up on you while not really being traditionally scary if that makes any sense. They also nail the documentary style extremely well.
I'd give it a 7.5-8/10
Anyone who's a fan of horror movies but is tired of "modern horror" and all the shit on Netflix should watch it