10 horror movies from the 90’s to rewatch this Halloween

Want to scream this Halloween? Let’s go down our memory lane and relive these 10 movie suggestions from the 90’s (and early 2000’s). Grab your bucket of popcorn, sit back and relax (or shout). Be sure to grab a buddy if you don’t want to scream alone.
10 horror movies from the 90’s to rewatch this Halloween

1. The Haunting (1999)

The Haunting horror movie
'The Haunting' official poster. Photo courtesy: DreamWorks Pictures via IMDb

Story focuses on a group of people that volunteered on a study on insomnia, only to find out that the manor is plagued by an evil spirit tormenting its guests. Starred by Liam Neeson, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Owen Wilson, this horror story gives shriek and chills, especially with its haunted house setting. you’re in a haunted house.

2. The Sixth Sense (1999)

'The Sixth Sense' official poster
'The Sixth Sense' official poster. Photo courtesy: Hollywood Pictures/Spyglass Entertainment

Starred by Bruce Willis, this psychological thriller focuses on a child psychologist (Willis) whose patient says that he can see and talk to the dead. Here comes the famous line from this movie: ‘I see dead people.’ Just imagine, you’re talking to a child that can see ghosts. It’ll give you paranoia.

3. I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

I Know What You Did Last Summer

A group of friends having a road trip accidentally hits a pedestrian. Pressured by their unwanted crime, they dumped the body in the water and agreed to never discuss what happened. A year later, they are being hunted, one by one, because someone out there knows what they did last summer. Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe, this will remind you the next time you drive, be focused on the road or else, the same fate might await you.

4. The Ring (1998)

The story revolves around a reporter who investigates a mystery behind a cursed video tape. Anyone who watches the tape dies seven days after. Regarding the movie, it is originally a Japanese film. But due to good plot and impressions worldwide, there is an American adaptation of the film.

5. Scream (1996)

A year after her mother's death, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) and her friends started experiencing some strange phone calls coming from a serial killer in a white faced mask and a large black robe. Phone calls with the famous line “What's your favorite scary movie?” Surely a jump-scare movie to be enjoyed by the whole family.

6. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

The Blair Witch Project poster
'The Blair Witch Project' poster. Photo courtesy: Artisan Entertainment/Summit Entertainment/FilmFlex via IMDb

The film focuses on the footage of three film students that went into the woods a year ago to make a movie about a local legend and never came home. After their footage is found, what we see is supposed to be what they left behind. The three students become increasingly more panicky as the events become creepier every minute. Mind-boggling film from start to finish.

7. Urban Legend (1998)

Urban Legend horror movie
'Urban Legend' poster. Photo courtesy: TriStar Pictures, Sony Pictures Releasing via IMDb

It tells the story of a group of college students enrolled in the Folklore discussing urban legends, which include the town’s own urban legend about a Psych professor who murdered six students 25 years ago. When several students are found dead, eventually her friends are being picked off one by one, the protagonist feels that her own murder will be the killer's ultimate urban legend.

8. What Lies Beneath (2000)

A wife of a university research scientist believes that her house is haunted by a ghost, or maybe she’s just losing her mind. Starred by Michelle Pfeiffer, just see and watch this psychological thriller and guess who’s the real ghost.

9. Hollow Man (2000)

A science fiction horror film starring Kevin Bacon, the story goes with a scientist that volunteered himself as a test subject for a serum that makes the user invisible. But what will go wrong when the test subject becomes increasingly unstable, with the invisible scientist turned into a mad one and got into a killing spree? Feels like someone is just around walking invisibly.

10. Thirteen Ghosts (2001)

Thirteen Ghosts movie
'Thirteen Ghosts' poster. Photo courtesy: Warner Bros., Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group via IMDb

A rich collector of unique things dies, leaving his fortunes and house filled with his collection of ghosts. With no choice but to move his family in this house, the deadman’s nephew Arthur Kriticos (Tony Shalhoub) faces the ghosts locked in this abode and have their gruesome consequences. Imagine living with ghosts, not just one, but twelve (or thirteen?)

— RSS, The Summit Express

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