Dorky Geeky Nerdy #91 | 1990’s Horror Movies

Do You Like Scary Movies?

The 1990s were chock full of them. Since it’s Halloween season and, we’re up to our 91st episode, we thought it was time to revisit some of those classic (and not-so-classic) films.

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5 replies on “Dorky Geeky Nerdy #91 | 1990’s Horror Movies”

  1. As my Color Out of Space review indicated, I am not a horror fan.

    Dorky – 8 right 8 points – I know my Sweet Transvestites more than I know my Steven King. Also, I completely missed the one that would have named a kid after because it never occurred to me that it was a horror.
    Geeky – 4 right 8 points – In fact, I got one correct because of my love of Joss Whedon.
    Nerdy – 3 right 9 points – I actually saw the Nicole de Boer movie! (As opposed to getting most of the ones I got right just from hearing it in pop culture.)

    Total: 25 points.

    • Brian says:

      I’m not a huge horror fan either (horror comedy, however, is my jam). But the 1990s was that time period when I was in college or married with no kids, so I saw a lot of these movies. At home. With the lights on.

  2. JD DeLuzio says:

    I think I was doing things other than horror in the 90s, so:

    1: 6 = 6
    2,. 4 = 8
    3. 2 =6

    20.

    Wait… Lex…. You almost named a kid, “Bride of Chucky?”

    • Well, two weeks before the birth a family friend had a little boy they named “Charles Xavier”, and we were hoping to unite the families, but my wife wasn’t as into it.

  3. Dorky – 9
    Geeky – 4
    Nerdy – 3

    Not a horror genre fan, but the Alien movies and my three years working in a movie theatre gave me a big boost. 26 total.

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