Check out 5 horror films that marked the 90s

Check out 5 horror films that marked the 90s

THE horror he is loved by some, hated by others, but it is impossible to deny the quality of several productions of the genre. Being a very broad genre, it can even be separated into decades, being that of nineteen ninety as one of the most striking.

Here are five important 90s horror movies for you to watch and shiver.

’90s Horror Films

1. (1999)

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, the film tells the story of the meeting of psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) with Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment), a boy who claims to see spirits.

The work was nominated for six Oscars at the 2000 ceremony, but left empty-handed.

2. (1999)

Recorded as a pseudo-documentary, the film chronicles the adventure of three filmmakers, with the aim of recording a documentary about a legend in a Maryland forest. However, the trip has dire consequences.

The work is directed by Eduardo Sánchez and Daniel Myrick and won two sequences, which did not achieve the same success.

3. (1996)

This work by Wes Craven tells the story of a group of teenagers who face a masked killer. By demonstrating the victims’ knowledge of horror films, he gains the power to despair an entire city.

The film won three sequences and a parody, called.

4. (1992)

Winner of the Oscars for ‘Best Picture’ and four other Academy Awards, it is based on a book of the same name, written by Thomas Harris.

The film tells the story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) who, to capture one, needs the help of Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a terrible cannibalistic killer.

Jonathan Demme’s work is the second in a series of four films.

5. (1999)

Directed by Tim Burton, the film tells the story of Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) in the village of Sleepy Hollow, terrified by the presence of a headless Horseman. Using his investigative methods, Crane is put to the test when he finds out that he is a possible supernatural entity.

The production was nominated for three Oscars in 2000, winning “only” one, for ‘Best Art Direction’.