Jacob's Ladder (1990)
"The most frightening thing about Jacob Singer's nightmare is that he isn't dreaming."A traumatized Vietnam war veteran finds out that his post-war life isn't what he believes it to be when he's attacked by horned creatures in the subway and his dead son comes to visit him.
A visual masterpiece of horror and conspiracy.
This is easily one of Adrian Lyne's best films. Tim Robbins is excellent
and the visual affects were just awesome. I saw this movie for the first
time in the theatre and it blew me away. I've seen it many times after
that, purely for the visuals that were done so well. The plot twists and
turns as it spirals downward slowly revealing the truth and keeps you
guessing all the way to the surprising ending. This is a dark, violent,
beautiful movie that I recommend to all people who love horror, and just a
smart story that will keep you in suspense until the very end.