I had to come back to add an another comment or two about the movie Stoker. I posted previously as soon as I was done watching and I was so caught up in the skeevy aspect of the movie that I neglected to mention some of its strong points. The movie was very well acted. Visually it was stunning from the opening credit sequence. Everything about the filming style was just excellent from the framing of each shot to the transitions between scenes. There are a couple of sequences where the daughter goes into the basement and as she walks she swings the light fixtures hanging from the ceiling. It seems like such a small touch, but it created a very eerie effect. It also did a great job creating a visual dichotomy between the Stoker family and the rest of the world. I found it interesting that at the beginning you really couldn't pinpoint where they were or what time period they were in.
This movie was, in a sense, a "coming of age" movie about the main character. She is a teenager in the film who has just turned 18, but at the beginning of the movie she acts like she is about 8. The fact that she is made to behave so childishly early on is part of what amplified the skeevy factor to me as the movie progressed. Honestly though, there was one particular scene that put it over the top for me. If they had just removed that (or even just not taken it in the direction they did) then I would have been creepily disturbed without being disgustingly disturbed.
Overall I'm glad I watched it. It definitely had an impact because I'm still thinking about it the next day. I recommend it if you like great cinematography and art direction and you don't mind being made very uncomfortable by a movie!