Brooks and Asics make number of pairs of good shoes, from stability to full on motion control shoes.
Personally I would never buy cheap off the rail shoes, and I always get mine fitted properly as will most other guys and gals on here. My local running shop has a treadmill with gait analysis video, excellent tool, and they always know exactly what shoe to put me in. I\'ve built a good relationship with them over the last 2 years and I always trust them to give me the best shoe. And it\'s not always the most expensive one!
Due to alsorts of circumstances, running positions can change over time slightly and I find that over the last 18 months I have gone through 3 different makes of shoe as my running style has adapted and I have recovered from knee injury.
So in general, hard to recommend one type of shoe, but best you go check out a good running store and see what they can advise.