Obscure'90s 7 Sci-Fi Gems You Need To Watch

Dark City" (1998):This neo-noir science fiction film is a hidden gem from the '90s. It combines elements of mystery and dystopia as it explores themes of identity and reality manipulation. 

"Strange Days" (1995):Set in a dystopian future, "Strange Days" delves into the world of virtual reality and its impact on society. It's a thought-provoking sci-fi thriller with a unique premise. 

"eXistenZ" (1999):Directed by David Cronenberg, "eXistenZ" blurs the lines between reality and virtual reality in a mind-bending narrative filled with bio-organic gaming technology. 

"Starship Troopers" (1997):While not entirely obscure, "Starship Troopers" is an underrated satirical take on military propaganda and futuristic warfare, offering both action and social commentary. 

"Contact" (1997):Based on Carl Sagan's novel, "Contact" is a science fiction drama that explores the possibility of extraterrestrial contact and the implications it has on humanity. 

"Cube" (1997):A low-budget cult classic, "Cube" traps characters in a maze of deadly, booby-trapped rooms. It's a suspenseful and claustrophobic thriller with a unique premise. 

"The City of Lost Children" (1995):A visually stunning French film, "The City of Lost Children" combines steampunk aesthetics with a surreal narrative, making it a must-see for fans of imaginative sci-fi. 

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