1993 was a big year for horror movies, from slashers to more lofty concepts.It was a good year, especially for Stephen King, as many of his films were adapted into movies and miniseries. The first half was like his heyday in the film industry.
Another big name that moviegoers will recognize is the man behind it, Peter Jackson. Lord of the Ring movie adaptation. He also distributed one of his early films in the US in 1993. These days, most of the best 1993 horror and thriller movies can be rented for free or via streaming his network.
8/8 Children of the Corn 2: The Last Sacrifice
Children of the Corn 2: The Last Sacrifice Despite what its name suggests, it was far from the last film in the franchise. Ultimately, more than 10 movies will be made, including remakes. This sequel was released almost a decade later, but the plot picks up right where the original left off.
The cult’s children seem to have lost their parents, so the town tries to raise them as best they can. It’s all a ruse. Kids aren’t as creepy as the original, but there are some funny bad moments that make the movie worth watching.
7/8 dark half
dark half Based on the novel by Stephen King and one of many adaptations from his 1993 novel. It follows a writer with a mysterious alias after attempting to kill the characters in the book.
Is the author self-made and darkened, or is there a mystical aspect to this story? The mystery is more complicated than it was set in the beginning, forcing the viewer to keep guessing until the end. There’s also his one of the wildest movie death scenes featuring birds, and that’s reason enough to watch it.
6/8 life and death
life and death was released as brain death In 1992 in New Zealand before being rebranded for the US market in 1993. Lord of the RingThis is one of the wildest movies ever made and is almost indescribable.
The basic setup centers around a zombie infestation caused by rat monkeys. From there, it’s a completely wacky banana involving baby zombies, a kung fu priest, and one of the most despicable dinner scenes ever made into a movie.
5/8 good son
good son It’s like an unofficial sequel to home alone When Kevin McCallister grows up to be a legal killer. Young Elijah Wood loses his parents in an accident, so he goes to stay at his aunt and uncle’s house. Macaulay Culkin plays the cousin and sees this as an opportunity to accuse him of heinous deeds.
Culkin plays the unstable kid very well. home alone Jokes work very well.Other fan theories like to imagine Kevin growing up to be a jigsaw saw Both characters love playing with elaborate traps.
4/8 Jason Goes To Hell: Last Friday
Jason Goes To Hell: Last Friday This is the second time the word “final” is used in the franchise.A fourth film entitled Last chapter, was also due to end.rear last fridayalthough there was another numbered sequel, Jason Xfollowed by freddy vs jasonand reboot in 2009.
The franchise lasted until 2009, but the title isn’t entirely misleading, as Jason actually goes to hell.After a rampage back at Camp Crystal Lake, he was defeated again. A literal gate opened and dragged him down. It was a wild way to end the movie in this franchise.
leprechaun It’s about a leprechaun who kills people.It’s as simple as that, and the original movie plays it safe. There are some silly moments, but they pale in comparison to where the sequel did well in the 2000s. Leprechaun: back 2 tha hood And it’s as silly as it sounds.
This original film can thank you for creating and introducing to the world one of the wildest horror franchises of all time. friend star Jennifer Aniston. Also, Warwick Davis dominates everything he’s a part of, and it’s clear he’s having a blast here.
2/8 Things necessary
Things necessary It’s another Stephen King adaptation. The actors are different in the two films, but the same sheriff, Alan Pangborn, also makes an appearance.Ed Harris plays him Things necessary Michael Rooker plays him dark half.
The film has been parodied in other media such as ricky and morty In the episode “Something Licked Like This Comes”. A mysterious man thought to be a devil came to town and sold items that corrupted the citizens. This is the most basic of plot summaries, but it’s much more fascinating.
Burnishing It’s more like a thriller than a straight-up horror movie, but it’s certainly creepy. Perhaps the strangest is Jeff Bridges, who has a voice of unknown origin. The way he speaks is never explained, but that’s part of the reason he’s so upset in the film.
Sandra Bullock and Kiefer Sutherland play a couple who retreat to the nearby mountains around Seattle to escape when Bridges’ character kidnaps Bullock. He eventually finds out what happened to her and suffers much the same fate.
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