Most "DISTURBING" movie(s) ya have seen ....?

  • HorrorHound

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    Oct 02, 2011 8:27 PM GMT
    I know there is a similar thread out there of "the Creepiest films you've seen" - however, mine is a tad different.

    Since its OCT now, be prepared to see many o' posts regarding to the Horror Genre icon_twisted.gif Afterall, I'm quite the horror movie geek/buff/etc ...

    So as I ask - what are some of the most DISTURBING movies you've seen where it crawled under your skin for days & burned into your brain for days.

    For me, some that come to mind are:

    1) the french film MARTYRS

    2) Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

    3) August Underground

    4) Wolf Creek

    5) the 1974 original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


    K folks, let's get this thread rollin'! icon_razz.gif
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:26 PM GMT
    people will probably laugh, but Hostel was incredibly disturbing to me ):

    I love scary movies and have seen some really violent ones, but something about Hostel just struck the wrong nerve. I still have vivid images 6 years later ):
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    Oct 02, 2011 9:29 PM GMT
    Irreversible..That movie is something else! 0_0
  • Neferti

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    Oct 02, 2011 9:47 PM GMT
    The biggest one for me was Requiem for a Dream. Was there any hope for any of the characters to have a happy outcome after that one was over?

    Second would be L.I.E. Mainly because the main character crawled under my skin so deeply and I couldn't stop wondering what happened to him days after it was over.

    And finally Human Centipede: First Sequence. No explanation should be needed here.
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    Oct 02, 2011 11:08 PM GMT
    Yeah the August Underground films made me feel really dirty after watching them........

    Broken movie by Nine Inch Nails is pretty sick.

    As sick as it sounds, i'd probably watch real snuff if given the chance......curiosity is a strange thing.
  • silverfox

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    Oct 02, 2011 11:14 PM GMT
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    Oct 02, 2011 11:14 PM GMT
    I thought Queen Of The Damned was pretty sick probably because it sucked so much but Aaliyah did her thing well as Akasha


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    Oct 02, 2011 11:18 PM GMT
    Eden Lake, the hills have eyes, martyrs, a l'intérieur, a serbian film, the last house on the left, irreversible, funny games.

    but I love them all anyway icon_cool.gif
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    Oct 02, 2011 11:19 PM GMT
    Se7en was pretty disturbing for me and also Jurassic Park ( well I saw it as a kid and took a lot of reading to realize Dinosaurs are really deal lol).
    Also there is this movie coming up The Woman which looks really disturbing to me

  • Aquanerd

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    Oct 02, 2011 11:35 PM GMT
    The Japanese movie 'Audition' hands down. I bought the DVD because I heard it was so good I figured I'd want to show it to friends. I pull it back on the shelf and have never played it again.

    The Original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" I complete agree. No one gets killed on screen, and there is no blood, but afterwards you will swear it is the goriest movie you've ever seen.

    '100 Days of Salo' and 'In the Realm of Senses.' I "date" suggested we watch them. I got up and left and haven't spoken to him since.

    'U-Turn' of all the Modern "mind fuck" horror movies this one did it for me.

    You all have been warned.


  • Abe13

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    Oct 02, 2011 11:54 PM GMT
    Masters oh Horror: Imprint.
    Twisted movie with Billy Drago as main chagtracter.
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    Oct 02, 2011 11:54 PM GMT
    the foreign film "Cannibal" about a guy that is looking online to find another guy to hook up with and eat him....supposedly based on a true story, was a good movie but extremely hard to watch...
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:35 AM GMT
    Neferti saidThe biggest one for me was Requiem for a Dream. Was there any hope for any of the characters to have a happy outcome after that one was over?

    Second would be L.I.E. Mainly because the main character crawled under my skin so deeply and I couldn't stop wondering what happened to him days after it was over.

    And finally Human Centipede: First Sequence. No explanation should be needed here.


    Human Centipede definitely! My friend and I watched it over netflix and I was mad at him after for wasting my time. I can't believe they're making a second one.
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:40 AM GMT
    1970's Japanese Horror flick called "House" House (1977) Pictures, Images and Photos


    I've never been so disturbed in my life
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:40 AM GMT
    Happiness directed by Todd Solondz.
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:41 AM GMT
    The Crazies was kinda disturbing...especially the part where the guy set his house on fire with his wife and kid in it....still makes me shudder.

    Also I would not recommend watching movies about plane crashes while on a plane hahaha I watched United 93 on a flight once and it made me kinda nervous and disturbed....why the hell would they put that on the playlist for movies?
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:42 AM GMT
    Someguy89 saidEden Lake, the hills have eyes, martyrs, a l'intérieur, a serbian film, the last house on the left, irreversible, funny games.

    but I love them all anyway icon_cool.gif


    Dude! Finally someone mentions Eden Lake!!!! THE ENDING !!!

    FUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:42 AM GMT
    MrAsh77 saidHappiness (199icon_cool.gif directed by Todd Solondz.


    is that the one where the guy molests little boys and his 10 yr old son get depressed cuz he doesnt think he's good enough for his dad to molest him?




    oops
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:54 AM GMT
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    MrAsh77 saidHappiness (199icon_cool.gif directed by Todd Solondz.


    is that the one where the guy molests little boys and his 10 yr old son get depressed cuz he doesnt think he's good enough for his dad to molest him?




    oops



    Yep. It's disturbing alright.
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:58 AM GMT
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    Oct 03, 2011 2:03 AM GMT
    Fivealive saidIrreversible..That movie is something else! 0_0


    Ugh, amen. Never, ever, ever again will I watch that, even though it was really well done.
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    Oct 03, 2011 2:15 AM GMT
    Aquanerd saidThe Japanese movie 'Audition' hands down. I bought the DVD because I heard it was so good I figured I'd want to show it to friends. I pull it back on the shelf and have never played it again.

    The Original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" I complete agree. No one gets killed on screen, and there is no blood, but afterwards you will swear it is the goriest movie you've ever seen.

    '100 Days of Salo' and 'In the Realm of Senses.' I "date" suggested we watch them. I got up and left and haven't spoken to him since.

    'U-Turn' of all the Modern "mind fuck" horror movies this one did it for me.

    You all have been warned.





    I agree with all of these,and I would like to add one more....

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    Oct 03, 2011 2:18 AM GMT
    uumm...Teeth. Enough said.
  • SkyMiles

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    Oct 04, 2011 10:22 PM GMT
    Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal were memorably disturbing.

    One non-creepy/non-horror flick I thought was disturbing because it was too true to life was called Falling Down. Michael Douglas was in it.
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    Oct 04, 2011 10:46 PM GMT
    drag me to hell was pretty awesome. I love scary movies and that is the first thing that comes to mind right now.