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Best 90s Horror Movies

Best known as the decade when horror became self-aware, courtesy of Scream, check out the 90s greatest horror right here: including everything from 'Silence of the Lambs' to 'Jacob's Ladder'. Nostalgic scares galore!

Movies Like Hacksaw Ridge: Great Anti-War Movies

Near the end of Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece 'Apocalypse Now', the moribund Colonel Kurtz murmurs 'The Horror, The Horror!'. Such, and other cinematic testaments, drive home the absurdity and waste inherent in warfare.

'Holy Shit, There's 23 Movies on Here!': Visions of Blurred Reality

The protagonists on this list relationship to reality must be described as 'it's complicated'; watch as madness seeps through the cracks, aided by frankly ineffective asylums, lack of sleep, and drugs.

Gritty Portraits of PTSD

A collection of films grappling with the issues soldiers face returning to civilian life from combat. Make sure to check out 'The Messenger' for a critically-acclaimed drama following one veteran's romance with the wife of a deceased officer.

'Movies Like Teeth': Modern Body Horror

Body horror from the 1990s onwards: only the freshest flicks portraying the sexualized degeneration of human flesh. Frankly, we don't even know WHAT Freud would have to say about all this.

'Movies like Se7en': Modern Psychological Horror

A list crowned by recent Australian masterpiece, 'The Babadook' - which, for our money, is the best film of its ilk released in recent years. For those not in the know, psychological horror relies less on blood and guts and more on brains: playing on the audience's unconscious fears, toying with the uncanny, and making strategic use of silence.

'Movies Like The Game': Classic Psychological Thrillers

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. From anything by Hitchcock to 'The Game', increase your heart rate with these classic thrillers. Nothing might happen until the end, but boy, will you be on the edge of your seat the whole time.

'Movies Like Black Swan': Lynchian Horrorshows

In a pinch because you've seen everything by David Lynch? These disturbing films take their artistic direction from Lynch, without any official association.

'Expect the Inexplicable': Late 20th Century Surrealism

Surrealist movies from the latter half of the 20th century. Includes such hallucinatory masterpieces as 'Simon of the Desert', 'The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie', and, of course, David Lynch's 'Eraserhead'. Expect the inexplicable!

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