Really? I thought Stigmata was hokey, lazy, and just plain silly. But it was marketed as a horror movie, so I dutifully went to see it (I am Catholic btw.) Hoping for some sinister demons, or something more along the lines of the Exorcist or the Omen, I was sorely dissapointed.
As a psuedo-religious fantasy movie, Constantine was much better done.
Do note that I said, "I actually did like elements of...", not exactly a whole-hearted endorsement.
As for Constantine, it struck me essentially as a knock-off of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, with a little dab of blasphemy, and lacking the cuties or the humor.
At least "Lost Boys" had some humor in it. And it's more preposterous elements, like the Frog brothers, actually were quite real on another level. (13-year-old boys who, thinking they were all bad and that because they were finally going to get a chance to use all the silly vampire-legend stuff they have learned, run in terror at the sight of a real vampire.) Cool INXS song. And nice use of a Doors song. Didn't take itself too seriously, but wasn't merely goofy schtick.