Creative, gripping, and full of twists, The Game is an example of an exceedingly well-crafted nineties thriller definitely worth watching.
A bit clunky and uneven, Polanski's Death and the Maiden is still an engaging and thought-provoking thriller unfolding in real-time.
Spawning no less than eight sequels, Sniper, a solid psychological thriller with a Predator setting, is a different type of war movie.
Using scientific facts to authenticate its larger-than-life alien invasion story, The Arrival is a solid nineties science fiction movie.
If you're looking for an old-school crime thriller full of twists and familiar faces, A Perfect Murder is a great choice.
Absurd, entertaining, and scary all at the same time, The Mangler is one of the more underrated Stephen King adaptations.
Extra cheesy and action-packed, Showdown in Little Tokyo has everything you would expect from a nineties buddy cop movie plus the yakuza.
Criminally underrated, A Pure Formality is an intense psychological thriller full of mystery in which nothing is what it seems.
Right up there with Fargo and other great black crime comedies, To Die For is one of the most underrated movies of the nineties.
Featuring a sexually-charged atmosphere, a familiar plot, and two excellent actresses, Single White Female is a solid erotic thriller.
Relatable and effective, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle is an excellent psychological thriller following the exploits of the Nanny from Hell!
Besides all the entertainment and fun science fiction action, Demolition Man offers a thought-provoking narrative that's still very relevant.
Smart, darkly comical, and thought-provoking, Falling Down is a masterpiece unfolding in real-time that's more relevant now than ever.
Nostalgic, derivative, and featuring a rather silly plot, Urban Legend is a perfectly entertaining slasher you can trash every five minutes.
Science fiction and martial arts go well together in this a bit silly but still highly entertaining action movie from 1997 titled Drive.
Offering an original story, solid cast and a lot of mystery, A Murder of Crows is a thriller that flows off the screen like a good novel.
Too contrived at times but never boring, The Negotiator is an intense hostage situation movie benefiting greatly from its experienced cast.
Underrated, realistic, and based on real events, Rush is a story about two undercover cops who gazed into an abyss for too long.
Cheesy and silly but also very stylish and fun, Street Fighter is a nineties action-adventure extravaganza that deserves a second chance.
Featuring a premise so bizarre that it simply works, Face Off is a fun action movie fueled by over-the-top performances by Cage and Travolta.