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10 Alternative 90’s Horror Movies You Need To Watch

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Cronos (1994)

Cronos certainly registers on the weird spectrum when it comes to horror movies.

Directed by Guillermo Del Toro and starring Ron Perlman and Federico Luppi it revolves around an ancient artifact that can grant eternal life to whoever wears it.

The film is a very strange kind of Vampire story but it’s highly atmospheric and far less cartoonish that del Toro’s later works.

Cronos certainly takes some concentration but the journey is well worth it.

Braindead (1992)

For many years Braindead, also known as Dead Alive in some countries, held the record for the most fake blood used in a movie.

This is an early film by Peter Jackson and is every bit as funny as it is gory as his other early work Bad Taste.

The film is about a zombie outbreak in New Zealand which starts when a man named Lionel’s mother is scratched by a Sumatran Rat-Monkey.

What follows is a serious gross-out fest that no self-respecting horror fan can miss out on.

Complete with a kung-fu priest, puss custard and zombie sex this isn’t one to watch with the in-laws or the kids but it is a genuine classic.

Cube (1997)

Cube couldn’t be any more 90’s if it tried.

A group of people are trapped in a room which tries to kill them.

They manage to escape the room only to find themselves in another room that tries to kill them in a different way.

Eventually, they work out a patter in the lighting that leads them to what they hope is the exit but things only get worse.

Cube is essentially a sci-fi escape movie but it’s actually well executed and a good watch, definitely one for a movie marathon.

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