I actually find myself thinking about this movie randomly throughout the day, with nothing prompting it. It wasn't a brilliant movie, but it wasn't the worst horror movie that's come out in the last few years. It wasn't Sam Raimi at his best, but it was definitely Sam Raimi, and I loved seeing the way his hand moved this piece.
There were certain moments that, for me, were breathtaking --as in, I gasped in sudden fear -- and other moments that I laughed too hard to hear the next few lines and had to rewind the DVD. The scene in the car where the old gypsy woman, without teeth, tries to eat the girl's face was just so frightening and yet so hilarious that anytime I see anything that reminds me of it (and I do mean ANYTHING), I have to suppress a really strange smile. I also like the irony at the ending that I knew was coming (it being a Sam Raimi movie I already knew there was no way she was going to live happily ever after), and the look on Justin Long's face was almost priceless. He just sort of watched, dumbfounded, having the look of total innocent shock of someone who doesn't realize he's in a horror movie. And then it was over, that abrubtly. Hilarious.
Actually, the more I think about it, the more I liked it and would like to see it again.
It certainly beats Rodriguez's "Planet Terror."