The 30 (+ 10) best horror movies of the 90s
On horror Piazza the 90s is not in such great esteem, being somewhat pitched, forgotten and slightly obsolete. The classic 60s and 70s horror of, occasionally brilliant and cult horror films of the 80s that highlighted inter alia and classic "bad guys" of the scene, and finally the modern era-from 2000 onwards-the high-profile movies, supernatural or torture porn especially direction, with particular impact on the general public, have significantly damaged the obscure 90s. Apart from some well-known and renowned horror movies, hangs a concept that generally the 90s, although particularly elevated in other movies such as police, police dramas, thrillers, adventures, etc., in the category of horror is not as qualitatively. In other words are considered period "decadence" Although not as universal as the most hip know the remarkable horror material from that decade and certainly enjoy it.
In this context, the horrormovies.gr attempts a reminder in the form of a list of best of 30 horror films of the 90s stiff, together with other 10 minor but not insignificant. The list is formatted with a series of evaluation from the less good movie in place 30 until the best of the Decade in the 1st place, always in accordance with the criteria of horrormovies.gr. Please note that we deliberately include in list of some renowned, high-profile police thrillers like "Silence of the Lambs" and "Seven" (which could easily be found in the first place) because our desire was to concentrate on the most Thoroughbred horror material without many derogations (so I also won't find eg. movies like Cape Fear 1991). Reading the list, friends of terror have the opportunity to learn about horror movies that may be ignored completely or to recall movies that had almost forgotten but were surprised. Who knows? After reading the list and watching certain movies that includes, perhaps some to reconsider the image for that decade and see the 90s with another eye. To see what fine things await us well …
Child's Play 2 (1990)
(Child's play 2)
The fiendish Chucky returns rigor to conquer his body stood there Andy. At the dawn of the 90s, the franchise "Play Child's" begins to unfold by skipping the initial hurdles such as the mobilization of conservative parents in view of the first "Play Child's". The serial killer Charles Lee Ray remains trapped in the body of the Chucky doll and trying to achieve what they failed in the first film: the doll's House entering the body of the little Andy. "Child's Play 2" can not be reaches at the level of its predecessor but remains a worthy sequel with a richer body count and enough suspense.
Directed By John Lafia
Screenplay: Don Mancini
Cast: Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham
The taboo subject of cannibalism has been Honorable in this bizarre horror film which utilizing the extreme themes and touches of black humor shocker with his own unique way. "Ravenous" stands out for the great cast, extended scenes of violence and intimate wear, eswteristiki-philosophical method by which presents the phenomenon of cannibalism and finally because they seem to have been affected by a true case of cannibalism in the USA in the 19th century, when a caravan has been excluded for a long time in the snow. In the same century takes us and the "Ravenous" and specifically in a small Fort of Americans during the Mexican-American war where a fierce Cannibal lives among the soldiers, causing chaos with the appetites of archaeologists. Underrated film that despite burying critics managed to gather her own cult audience. In plus the sublime music of Michael Nyman and Damon Albarm.
Director: Antonia Bird
Screenplay: Ted Griffin
Cast: Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle, David Arquette
Urban Legend (1998)
(The Awakening of legends)
The "Urban Legend" belonged to that neo-slasher stream that sprang from the womb of "Scream". However, it was from the reaping that stood out from the pile of upcoming films and worthy of standing alone without any problems despite the usual extravagant reviews-thapsimata of ' special '. Exploiting flawlessly "whodunit" character, manages to keep the suspense and mystery until the end in a dynamic scaling only indifferent is not.
Director: Jamie Blanks
Screenplay: Silvio Horta
Cast: Jared Leto, Alicia Witt, Rebecca Gayheart
Tales From The Darkside: The Movie (1990)
From the most important vertebrate horror movies of the Decade. Island gathering rights and names of actors, "Tales From The Darkside: The Movie" meet easily the horror audience presenting three very good horror stories. The stories tells a kid in witch Deborah Harry who has captured in order to eat. The Michael McDowell has done an excellent job in the scenario of two stories as well as the Great George Romero in transportation history "Cat From Hell" by the Maestro of horror Stephen King writing. The film is based on the successful tv series "Tales From The Darkside" George Romero's that aired on American television in the 1980s.
Directed By: John Harrison
Screenplay: Michael McDowell, George Romero
Cast: Deborah Harry, Mathew Lawrence, Christian Slater
It is one of the most appreciated films of the Decade. The "Thinner" is one of those controversial transport Stephen King novel who experienced the scorn of critics for some incomprehensible reason. I'm sure though that a closer look and without blinkers can easily find virtues in the film which uses the Gypsy curses to shock. And believe me, it succeeds largely through various hair-raising moments, rotating around the curse that dooms the protagonist-lawyer in weight loss … death! With the groomed and directed by Tom Holland and experienced serious interpretations of the protagonists ' Thinner ' takes on an air of independence and takes out the tongue jokingly those who buried and ultimately rejected. They lose!
Director: Tom Holland
Screenplay: Michael McDowell, Tom Holland
Cast: Joe Mantegna, Robert John Burke, Lucinda Jenney
The People Under The Stairs (1991)
(People Under The Stairs)
The great Wes Craven after productive career the past two decades in which he built his legend, enters dynamically in the 90s with the "The People Under The Stairs ' (the uncaring" Night Visions "of 1990 can easily overcome) offering an exciting and claustrophobic horror films with memorable characters and plenty of paranoia. The Chase scenes stood in the House of crazed family send strong doses of suspense and terror in our hearts. Although the ending is far-fetched and too ' Hollywood ', the project eventually WINS and stands on high standards.
Director: Wes Craven
Screenplay: Wes Craven
Actors: Brandon Quintin Adams, Everett McGill, Wendy Robbie
Mute Witness (1994)
Filmed in Russia by local Russian staff, mostly actors, the "Mute Witness" constitutes another pleasant surprise from the 90s. Deals with the controversial issue of "snuff films" where the killings allegedly made in reality. This horrible reality discovers the beautiful Russian girl Marina Zudina in the role of Billy moygkis which once witnessed a murder in a snuff film, struggles to escape the killers who understood and to convince distrustful of law enforcement for the veracity of the event. Very nice movie with absolute highlight the agonizing sequences kryftokynigitoy protagonist of the film studio on site, one of the best in horror film. Also note the brief presence of Alec Guinness giant.
Director: Anthony Waller
Screenplay: Anthony Waller
Cast: Marina Zudina, Fay Ripley, Evan Richards
Event Horizon (1997)
(The Craft Of Terror)
A leading sci-fi/horror movies of the Decade. The "Event Horizon" interweaves creatively on the space of Blender ingredients from the "Alien" (1979), "The Shining" (1980) and "The Haunting" (1963) reaching an excellent result without high-level resembles insipid rip-off. With interesting cast, solid, convincing performances, claustrophobic atmosphere, majestic scenery, stunning colors and effects, is a very good proposal for fans of horror and science fiction.
Directed By: Paul W S Anderson;.
Screenplay: Philip Eisner
Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan
Dellamorte Dellamore (1994)
Is perhaps the most disturbing movie of the Decade. The "Dellamorte Dellamore" also known as "Cemetery Man" moves in entertaining, comedic film direction with nekrozwntantoys as the "Re-Animator" and "Return of the Living Dead" but passing their details through a peculiar potion surrealism, eroticism and tragedy resulting in the creation of a separate horror movie that definitely isn't for many but for the most loyal cult audience. The dead a cemetery in Italy don't say to stay in place and the introvert maintainer of space along with the strange's Assistant trying to keep them within the cemetery, away from the outside world. Crazy idea based on the homonymous novel by Tiziano Sclavi and takes off from well directed by Michele Soavi.
Director: Michele Soavi
Screenplay: Gianni Romoli
Cast: Rupert Everett, François Hadji-Lazaro, Anna Falchi
Urban legends are coming to the fore. But here we are not dealing with any fairytale story for little kids but for the legend of Candyman, a Negro demon with a hook on one arm instead of Palm and bees for basic accompaniment. The Candyman visits the world of live after anafwnisoyn his name in the mirror 5 times to cause bloodshed. Once there was the son of a black slave who made the mistake of falling in love and leave pregnant a white, causing it to run out of the mob who hired her father. In ' Candyman ' a young Coed explores the particular urban legend playing with fire. The demon comes to take her with him and to perpetuate the legend. Terrible interpretation by Tony Todd in the role of Candyman and another "bad" of horror cinema is born. The Candyman can not enjoys the high profile of a Freddy Krueger Jason Voorhees or but remains one of the most unique and gruesome horror scene figures.
Director: Bernard Rose
Screenplay: Bernard Rose
Cast: Virginia Madsen, Tony Todd, Xander Berkeley
Body Bags (1993)
(Signs And Wonders)
Seeing the names of John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper in the direction we suspect that there is a "theme". Indeed the "Body Bags" is one of the best anthologies of horror, not just of the 90s, but of all-time and I say without reservation. It's fun but not harmless, comic but not asobaro. And most importantly? But of course the horror stories that make it up! With the Narrator role Carpenter-coroner through mortuary (!) and cameo appearances by big surprise filmmakers like Wes Craven, Sam Raimi and Roger Corman "Body Bags" promises very pleasant moments that will satisfy fans of horror scene.
Directed By: John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper
Screenplay: Dan Angel, Billy Brown
Cast: John Carpenter, Stacy Keach, Robert Carradine
Army Of Darkness (1992)
(Army Of Darkness)
In the third part of "The Evil Dead" franchise pioneer Sam Raimi introduced many fantasy/epic items and plenty of comic touches that differentiate significantly the "Army of Darkness" from its predecessors, with the protagonist is sent … in the middle ages! However, despite the wide divergence that was here, the end result is enchanting vindicating his creator and can enjoy not only the horror fan but a wider audience with flair and imagination in comedies. Dark landscapes, medieval atmosphere, well-designed frame formats, heroic feeling, labkraftiani, noisy battles and slaughters a Bruce Campbell who seeks the Necronomicon to turn in his time, promising lavish entertainment till you drop. The ' Army of Darkness ' was the perfect culmination of one of the most cult Trilogies in the scene of horror.
Directed By: Sam Raimi
Screenplay: Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi
Cast: Embeth Davidtz, Bruce Campbell, Marcus Gilbert
The Blair Witch Project (1999)
Very important horror film from historical perspective since it made popular the technique "found footage" which was used in many interesting horror films of more recent times. "The Blair Witch Project" is not important only for historical reasons but also as a horror movie. Has a well-written story, convincing performances, originality, horror, dramatic atmosphere and strong suspense that captivates. And all through the realism that lends the manual camera of the protagonists who mysteriously disappeared as it roamed a documentary about a local legend Witch of Maryland. The critics praised and proceeds of over $ 248 million worldwide have made it one of the most successful independent movies ever!
Director: Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez
Screenplay: Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez
Cast: Heather Donahue, Michael Williams, Joshua C Leonard.
(The Jaws Of Land)
Characterized as "western movie" monster due to its special character. The Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward are two xepesmenoi workers who would deal with a few, but highly dangerous giant worms in the middle of the desert! Madness, chabales and many fagwmata foykaradwn from the extra large worms promise a yperdiaskedastiko sight horror comedy direction. The effects of worms is very compelling despite the absence of CGI. And although the Bacon be ashamed that he played in a movie with maggots as ekmystireyotan then to his wife, but the end result only for shyness is not. The film's success at the box office brought other 3 sequel, but none compares to this cult classic.
Director: Ron Underwood
Screenplay: S. S Wilson, Brent Maddock
Cast: Kavin Bacon, Fred Ward, Finn Carter
Arguably one of the top horror movies with animals/insects. The ' Arachnophobia ' is a very entertaining film with notable actors and although the terror originates from spiders that might seem "few" in the eyes of most ' serious ' spectators, manages easily shows serious and Computable. The Jeff Daniels in a leading role of the glove and go long John Goodman in the hilarious role of eccentric exterminator mamoyniwn guarantee entertainment for all of us. The wonderful music, the cleverly placed humor and intelligent close-ups of spiders make it even more enjoyable the film.
Director: Frank Marshall
Screenplay: Don Jakoby, Wesley Strick
Cast: Jeff Daniels, Julian Sands, John Goodman
Of the most comprehensive video transport Stephen King's novel is the "It" that aired on American television in two parts. If there are films that could make them disliked clowns or loathsome in the eyes of a mpompira, then the "It" probably is the initiator of this class. The menacing demon Pennywise emerges in the number one fear of pitsirikiwn until a courageous group of children decides to stop the nightmare once and for all. Although some of the effects of the movie today look somewhat outdated, "It" can still scare unfolding at the same time the additional virtues of as strong feelings of solidarity between the protagonists and the very good their interpretations. The direction of Tommy Lee Wallace is atmospheric and versatile, successfully integrating supernatural elements in the real world and allows a remarkable character development.
Director: Tomy Lee Wallace
Screenplay: Lawrence D. Cohen, Tomy Lee Wallace
Actors: Richard Thomas, Tim Reid, Annette O Toole '
Stir Of Echoes (1999)
(The Whispers Of The Spirits)
"Stir of Echoes" continues dynamic fashion of poltergeist who revived the "sixth sense" in the late 1990s. The eerie sightings of the ghost of the protagonist, the charming mystery, the dramatic atmosphere and dynamic scaling for the finale are some of the strengths of a serious, sfichtodemenoy and kalogyrismenoy horror film that does the belly almost anywhere. The convincing Kevin Bacon's spearheading this praiseworthy effort still seemed fresh and able to give great emotions to friends of supernatural horror. Although released in the same year with some favor successful and widely recognized horror films like ' sixth sense ' and ' The Blair Witch Project ", nevertheless received the response that he deserved, and today enjoys high esteem among friends of terror quality.
Directed By: David Koepp
Screenplay: David Koepp
Cast: Kevin Bacon, Zachary David Cope, Kathryn Erbe
Interview With The Vampire (1994)
(Interview With A Vampire)
The narrative of the personal history of a vampire in a reporter includes everything the discerning viewer wants. Charming vampires, bampirika bites, intense feelings, Gothic atmosphere and beautiful costumes. The vampirism in Interview With The Vampire ' "pictured with seriousness but reveals and the dramatic side of things when a new vampire retains feelings of humanity for those around him having deprive inter alia and the beauty of the light ximerwmatos. The twin Brad Pitt – Tom Cruise turns out terrific chemistry and together with Kirsten Dunst then chick in her first big role but also a dark Antonio Banderas raises the film to high levels.
Directed By: Neil Jordan
Writer: Anne Rice
Cast: Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Antonio Banderas
In The Mouth Of Madness (1995)
(In The Mouth Of Madness)
The H.P. Lovecraft greatly concern us in turn to this list and how could you not do when elements from Super ponimata take care of high-level film from the most qualified Directors of space? "In The Mouth of Madness" is one of the most remarkable moments of John Carpenter in the 90s. It is the 3rd part of the so-called "Revelatory" Trilogy after "The Thing" (1982) and "Prince of Darkness" (1987). The peculiarity of the film lies in the fact that it constitutes a general form of tribute to H.P. Lovecraft but without transferring a particular story on the screen. Instead, it borrows various elements from labkraftiana works like "Big Old" (Old Ones) and inserts with successful way to a dynamic movie supernatural horror that surprisingly did not make the bang you would expect from a commercial point of view but was recognized with the passage of time acquiring and circle of loyal followers. Scary, dark, ambient and with skillful use of metaphysical items, is another interesting moment of the Decade.
Directed By: John Carpenter
Screenplay: Michael De Luca
Cast: Sam Neill, Jürgen Prochnow, Julie Carmen
Francis Ford Coppola giant creates another film version of the Count Dracula from the classic novel by Brian Stoker and the result can only be dazzling. Great performances by a galaxy of stars, splendid costumes, magnificent narrative that travels and Frank eroticism compose a fairy-tale horror film with a strong Gothic atmosphere. From better transport of Dracula on film ever. Film art lovers should not miss out on anything.
Directed By: Francis Ford Coppola
Screenplay: James V. Hart
Cast: Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins
Could be missing the ingenious Japanese from our list? Of course not! Atmospheric, paranoid, surreal and from a point particularly violent, "Takashi Miike's" Audition if nothing else teaches us how dangerous are acquaintances with unknown people and historical identity some indefinite. When a widower Director develops links with one of the girls passed by audition held by aiming to find new female companion, I found in front of an ineffable nightmare with uncertain end. Charming Asian Eihi Shiina combines the profiles of innocent charming woman but also of absolute evil female with rampant paranoia tendencies by sending strong doses of shock to viewers when taking action!
Directed By: Takashi Miike
Screenplay: Daisuke Tengan
Cast: Ryo Ishibashi, Eihi Shiina, Tetsu Sawaki
Original, dark, atmospheric, creepy, scary, shocking! But what else would anyone want from a horror movie? All the above are given in abundance in wonderful Ringu, except par Director proved very important historically, putting your own stepping stone to the edifice of metaphysical horror that today make many cracks from numerous mediocrities that move. Thanks to the "Ringu" sequels and remakes were released which drew world in supernatural horror, but none of the films produced are not enough levels of original creations from Japan. The terrifying expressions of dead persons is one of the absolute highlights of this truly horrific film of Hideo Nakata. For the record I just point out that the "Ringu" is today considered the scariest film in Japan and is the most lucrative in the category of horror. Also in 2010 the known Empire Magazine ranked the "Ringu" in the best films of International Cinema and specifically in position 69.
Director: Hideo Nakata
Screenplay: Hiroshi Takahashi
Cast: Nanako Matsushima, Miki Nakatani, Yûko Takeuchi
Funny Games (1997)
Undoubtedly one of the most morbidly creations of the Decade. The Austrian "Funny Games" by Michael Haneke copes with a very simple script question to shock and scare as dozens of metaphysical splatter horror movies or can't. The terror here is primarily psychological in nature and comes from a non-acceptable to the average mind dual image: that of a seemingly decent man who can simultaneously be sadist Slayer. This is the profile of two youths who pester with a variety of psychological and physical torture an unlucky family in the cottage house. The lack of motivation of paranoid and total disregard for the lives of the victims of the smparaliazoyn our psychic world. Scenes such as flying a bandaged victim at sea so to be potato sack testified this disregard of offenders and intensify the shock of spectators. The realistic interpretations of the protagonists and the games of one of the boys paranoid with the audience (!) are two of the most notable features of "Funny Games". Obviously it is not a coincidence that has put so many lists with the most "annoying" movies of all time …
Directed By: Michael Haneke
Screenplay: Michael Haneke
Cast: Susanne Lothar, Ulrich Mühe, Arno Frisch
Seven strangers are cooped up in a huge cubic maze with smaller cubic rooms, some of which conceal deadly traps. Who and why they ended there? You will be able to escape from the freakish futuristic prison? This original, surreal film from Canada is one of the biggest upsets of the Decade. Combining impeccable way mystery, sci-fi and horror becomes horribly addictive and interesting, while the claustrophobic atmosphere makes you asfyktias like the dramatic actors. The gaudy colours of the rooms within the cube and give an additional, artistic sense in the ' Cube ' which among other things is also offered for psychoanalysis of human personalities. You see … the protagonists of the danger not only from the deadly traps of rooms but by the whims of their own characters. A modern "must see" cult that should not be missing from any friend's library of quality sci-fi/horror!
Director: Vincenzo Natali
Screenplay: Vincenzo Natali, André Bijelic
Cast: Nicole de Boer, Maurice Dean Wint, David Hewlett
(Cry Of Anguish)
Film-station for the revitalization of the by then deceased idiom slasher and horror scene in General who at the time was swarmed by insipid, direct to video productions. This pioneering film Wes Craven's with the air of freshness that distinguish it, gained a special place in horror cinema for several reasons. Originally introduced innovative features satire on clichés of the genre showing a smart character aytosarkastiko. Also created a timeless, cult figure "evil", the notorious "Ghostface" who will stand next to deservedly great personalities "bad" of the scene of horror. In addition, highlighted another talented "Scream Queen", the charming Neve Campbell who took the baton from the predecessors of xefwnizontas new cries of anguish. This whole dynamic package in combination with intelligent directorial approach of Craven and the well-written script by Kevin Williamson was accompanied by numerous awards, honors, International recognitions and … endless dollars of course of course giving the necessary impetus in horror cinema – and more specifically in the slasher – to come out of his shell and yell loudly "present". From the most successful cult classics of the modern era.
Director: Wes Craven
Screenplay: Kevin Williamson
Cast: Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)
(From Dusk Until Dawn)
Redundant words for this relentless cult classic of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. "From Dusk Till Dawn" are somehow two movies in one package, after the effort of two criminals to flee to Mexico with their hostages, succeeds a frantic, bloody and merciless battle with vampires within the isolated Titty bar Twitter. With a great cast, and characters inspired many scenes anthology from which the historian now "hot" dance of the beautiful Salma Hayek, the film is one of the highlights of the Decade and one of the best attempts at action-horror field in General.
Directed By: Robert Rodriguez
Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino
Cast: Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Juliette Lewis
Jacob's Ladder (1990)
(Awakening To The Nightmare)
With Tim Robins in the role of a mentally deranged veteran of the Viet Nam war beset by terrible nightmares and horrific visions, the "Ladder" of Jacob's Adrian Lyne is one of the most exciting moments of surreal-psychological terror in world cinema. The film blends fiction with reality with masterly way and utilizing elaborate the flashbacks of the protagonist, forms a dramatic, desperate and unprecedented nightmarish environment from which there seems no escape. With references to religion and on the conspiracy theories becomes even more spicy, mysterious and multidimensional until the coveted hero's redemption from the unbearable torment. Really great and historically important film. See the basic ideas of would be used in later film psychological/metaphysical horror with mixed results.
Director: Adrian Lyne
Writer: Bruce Joel Rubin
Cast: Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Peña, Denny Aiello
Before the New Zealander Peter Jackson ektinachtei in the salons of Hollywood with his trilogy "the Lord of the rings", gave his friends a few notable genre horror horror movies with a strong comic disposition and plenty of jazz. The best of all these efforts was undoubtedly the monumental "Braindead" of 1992. It is basically the epitome of splatter-slapstick-comedy-zombie movies and although it was not recognized at the time of its release, however acquired over the status of cult classic in the collective consciousness of all friends of terror and will not be forgotten ever. In this paranoid film Jackson manages from a funny and easy to organize a super cinematic party, where the bloodshed has no end. Full of delightful scenes of anthology, extensive violence and hilarious characters, the "Braindead" promises a yperdiaskedastiko spree over 90 minutes in which they can be seduced even the most surly and inaccessible Viewer. Well done Peter!
Directed By: Peter Jackson
Screenplay: Fran Walsh, Peter Jackson
Cast: Timothy Balme Diana Peñalver,, Elizabeth Moody
The Sixth Sense (1999)
(The Sixth Sense)
«I see dead people». One of the most historical sayings in horror cinema would be this simple phrase of Haley Joel Osment stood in one of the most kalogyrismena and reversibly psychological-metaphysical thrillers of all time. The ' sixth sense ' of Indo-American M. Night Shayamalan ended the 1990s with the best possible way by scanning both box office success and estimates of friends of good psychological terror. Osment Duet-Bruce Willis gives recitals the dramatic interpretation. Especially the beloved macho man Bruce impresses with the different role that carries through with success playing the sad psychiatrist young Osment. Dead pictures he sees the kid is convincingly horrific, but what shocks me more in "The Sixth Sense" is the monumental finale I freezes the blood. Although this happens at the notorious ending isn't entirely original as we have experienced before and in older horror films such as "Carnival of Souls" (1962) or the ' Ladder ' Jacob's (1990) for example, however manages to impart a powerful shock to the viewer with its mastery of directing. Generally the "The Sixth Sense" is a great film psychological terror, intensely atmospheric and highly important historically as impregnated countless psychological-metaphysical horror film that adopted the tricks of the finale as a driver of their own plot.
Directed By M Night Shyamalan:.
Screenplay: M Night Shyamalan.
Cast: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, Toni Collette
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31) THE FRIGHTENERS (1996), Peter Jackson's
32) THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE (1992), Curtis Hanson
33) WOLF (1994), Mike Nichols
34) THE PROPHECY (1995), of Gregory Widen
35) TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON KNIGHT (1995) by Ernest R Dickerson.
36) WES CRAVEN'S NEW NIGHTMARE (1994), Wes Craven
37) RAISING CAIN (1992) by Brian De Palma
38) FRANKENSTEIN (1994), Kenneth Branagh
39) NIGHTBREED (1990), by Clive Barker
40) VAMPIRES (1998) by John Carpenter