Ok, so over the last few days I've come to a realization (one that I'm sure many others have come to before me...) : The early-to-mid 90's was a great time for horror movie sequels. Sure, most weren't as "terrifying" as the originals (hell, some are honestly more "action"-y and comedy filled than horrifying), but they're just fun. As a fan of lower budgeted "B-Movies", this time period just churned out a lot of fun fliks. What's weird was, as they were coming out, I just found a lot fo them to be "too cheesy", but, as I get older, I seem to appreciate their fun-factor a pile more. Among them : - Waxwork II : Lost in Time - Pumpkinhead II : Blood Wings - Amityville 1992 : It's About Time - Leatherface : The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 - Return of the Living Dead 3 - The Horror Show (aka House III) - Gremlins 2 : The New Batch - Army of Darkness (Evil Dead III) - Jason Goes to Hell - Hellraiser III : Hell on Earth - Bride of Re-Animator - Night of the Demons 2 - Sometimes They Come Back....Again! - Phantasm III : Lord of the Dead - Leprechaun 2 - Critters 4 - Maniac Cop III : Badge of Silence - Puppet Master 4 and 5 : The Final Chapter I'm sure that there are more, but most of these are the ones that I've recently re-watched (some for the first time in years). Anyone else feel this way about the fun-and-cheesy sequels of the first 5 years of the 1990's?