10 Totally Awesome 90s Horror Movies You Shouldn’t Miss
Horror reigned during the 1980’s, but during the 1990’s things grew a bit awkward. CGI was fully emerging, and many genre filmmakers leapt at the opportunity to utilize cutting-edge technology.
Unfortunately we still had a long way to go as far as computer effects were concerned, and a great number of horror efforts from this era are marred by abysmal digital graphics. Then Scream arrived in 1996, and Wes Craven revolutionized scare flicks for a third time (Last House in ’73, Nightmare in ’84, Scream in ’96). Hollywood again went slasher-crazy, but now with added gloss and a distinctly “Teen Beat” vibe.