10 Dramatic 90s Psychological Thriller

Are you ready to explore some fantastic thriller films from the nineties? We got you covered. After a Redditor asked for classic 90s movies, I jumped in to pull these ten incredible thrillers guaranteed to bend the mind and cause your spine to tingle. Enjoy!

The Crush (1993)

The Crush is a psychological thriller and Alicia Silverstone's film debut. She plays an obsessive 14-year-old who sets her eyes on a 28-year-old writer (Cary Elwes) renting her parent's greenhouse.

Kalifornia (1993)

Kalifornia is an American road thriller following a journalist (David Duchovny) and his photographer girlfriend (Michelle Forbes) embarking on a cross-country trip researching infamous serial killings.

Misery (1990)

Based on Stephen King‘s novel, Misery is a psychological thriller following an obsessive and psychotic Annie (Kathy Bates). She rescues her favorite author (James Caan) from an accident in a blizzard and holds him captive in her home.

Disturbing Behavior (1998)

Disturbing Behavior is a teen sci-f psychological horror film following a group of high school misfits (James Marsden, Katie Holmes, and Nick Stahl).

Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)

Teaching Mrs. Tingle is a teen black comedy and thriller following a trio of seniors in high school who must prove they didn't cheat on their exams to their vindictive history teacher (Helen Mirren).

Fear (1996)

Fear is a psychological thriller following a teenager (Reese Witherspoon) from an affluent family whose life is threatened after getting involved with a dangerously obsessive young man (Mark Wahlberg).

The Game (1997)

The Game is a 90s thriller movie following a wealthy investment banker (Michael Douglas) whose brother (Sean Penn) gives him a mysterious gift voucher for a game offered by a company that promises to change his life.

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