Oh, and Stir of Echoes, of course.
See, that's the sad thing about David Koepp's little masterpiece; it keeps getting forgotten amongst the better known releases of that fateful summer, but it is a little masterpiece.
The film is a perfect exercise in slow-burn tension that doesn't rely on special effects, but focuses on a compelling mystery, creepy visuals, and an old-fashioned ghost story. And it was based on a tale by the late, great Richard Matheson, which is always cause for celebration.
Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Erbe hold the film together as a blue collar couple. Bacon is hypnotized by Erbe's sister, played by the always reliable Illeana Douglas, and becomes "more open minded," which puts him in touch with the spirit of a dead girl who very much wants her body found.
It's a classic kind of story, and is very well told. It's genuinely creepy, but not in an over-the-top way. This makes it a film worth remembering, and a Good in my book.
Oh, and forget the sequel. It's basically the same movie retold with Rob Lowe instead of Kevin Bacon. 'Nuff said.