Most disturbed movies you have seen ?

#1 Edited by indzman (19965 posts) -

TOKYO GORE POLICE ( Thought it was going to be Awesome Action J flick ). And ...

I was like a shocked kitty wondering WTF did i just watch and why ??? LOL :

Any movies shocked you as much OT ? :)

#2 Posted by MonsieurX (31691 posts) -

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

#3 Posted by BattleSpectre (7234 posts) -

I don't watch over the top violent movies, sorry to disappoint.

#4 Edited by indzman (19965 posts) -

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Thats another fvcked up movie :(

#5 Posted by jasean79 (2398 posts) -

2 girls 1 cup

#6 Edited by LittleMac19 (1638 posts) -

Wolf of Wall Street but I found it disturbing in a good way. It had a little more t&a then I expected.

#7 Edited by alim298 (2055 posts) -

The most disturbing movie that I've watched (also one of my favorite movies) is Pan's labyrinth. I was looking forward to a fairy tale but then there were all these torture scenes and people dying scenes and man that ending... That was heavy... Also the departed.

#8 Edited by AFBrat77 (24264 posts) -

Faces of Death but I knew watching that that it wasn't going to be pretty

#9 Posted by Master_Live (15832 posts) -

@alim298 said:

The most disturbing movie that I've watched (also one of my favorite movies) is Pan's labyrinth. I was looking forward to a fairy tale but then there were all these torture scenes and people dying scenes and man that ending... That was heavy... Also the departed.

I remember seeing Pan's Labyrinth in the theater and an old lady was really shook up by the ending and sobbed hard like for 10 straight minutes, I thought she could suffer a heart attack :(

#10 Posted by elkoldo (1536 posts) -

See No Evil.

Lol at the cat

@indzman said:

#11 Edited by Master_Live (15832 posts) -
  • Silence of the Lambs
  • Se7en
  • Zodiac
  • It (TV Mini-Series)
  • The Conversation
  • Mystic River
#12 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26733 posts) -

Off the top of my head, 'Possession'.

#13 Posted by jasean79 (2398 posts) -

Jacob's Ladder was pretty bizarre, as was The Cell.

#14 Posted by GazaAli (23790 posts) -

Let's see:

-Se7en

-SAW movies

-Silence of the lamb

There's also this Canadian film I believe called incendies. Now that was profoundly disturbed in a very deep and overwhelming way. I highly recommend it to anyone that is willing to experience human depravity and viciousness.

#15 Posted by GazaAli (23790 posts) -

@alim298 said:

The most disturbing movie that I've watched (also one of my favorite movies) is Pan's labyrinth. I was looking forward to a fairy tale but then there were all these torture scenes and people dying scenes and man that ending... That was heavy... Also the departed.

Excellent movie; it was indeed a great and worthwhile watch. The scene when the girl goes to the den of that monster to pick up a key I think was gruesome. I mean that monster was so fucking grotesque and quite eerie O_O

#16 Posted by bowchicka07 (1104 posts) -

The Human Centipede...

#17 Edited by crewe8 (703 posts) -

@bowchicka07: yep and the 2nd one which was rubbish ( admit the first one wasn't great, but the 2nd one shocking ) the saw films also, u have gotta be twisted to think them up ! Hostel ( Achilles hill moment , err )

#18 Posted by TheFlush (5670 posts) -

- c'est arrivé pres de chez vous
- a l'interieur
- eden lake
- human centipede 2
- a serbian film
- flower of flesh and blood
- eraserhead
- cannibal holocaust
- sade

#19 Posted by indzman (19965 posts) -

I just read in wiki Bree Olson is in Human Centipide 3 O.o, so i guess it gonna be a porno gore =P. Never gonna watch Human Centipides , already sick in stomach reading the stories of 1 and 2.

#20 Posted by Floppy_Jim (25834 posts) -

Suppose I'm meant to say Human Centipede and A Serbian Film but they were most enjoyable and satiated my morbid curiosity. And the opening scene of Begotten but that was more satisfying to me than disturbing.

So....¯\(°_o)/¯

#21 Posted by bforrester420 (2055 posts) -

Audition and Human Centipede

#22 Edited by brimmul777 (1521 posts) -

@AFBrat77 said:

Faces of Death but I knew watching that that it wasn't going to be pretty

Your not kidding,that was three fvcked up movies.I think most people would not be the same after watching those films.I think here in Canada,Faces of Death are illegal.Not sure.

#23 Posted by skipper847 (3623 posts) -

The divided. I couldn't see the point in the whole story and only watch it because it was meant to be about end of the world.

#24 Edited by bforrester420 (2055 posts) -

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

I had never heard of this and just read the synopsis...it's sounds ridiculous.

A. Why would anyone want to make such a film?

B. Why would anyone want to watch such a film?

#25 Edited by AFBrat77 (24264 posts) -

@brimmul777 said:

@AFBrat77 said:

Faces of Death but I knew watching that that it wasn't going to be pretty

Your not kidding,that was three fvcked up movies.I think most people would not be the same after watching those films.I think here in Canada,Faces of Death are illegal.Not sure.

I could never look at monkeys the same way after seeing that first movie :(

#26 Posted by LostProphetFLCL (17752 posts) -

-Oldboy (Amazing movie though)

-Inside (and not in a good way. God awful film that I seriously regret watching)

-I Saw the Devil (Badass movie but some messed up stuff in it)

-Saw series (Liked the first 3 movies but the series really went to shit.)

-Oculus (Was surprised at some of the messed up shit in that movie. Solid movie though!)

#27 Posted by hippiesanta (9992 posts) -

I forget the Title but the one with the Japanese girls Jumps on the railway station

#28 Edited by KHAndAnime (14727 posts) -

No Salo anyone? Caligula? Tetsuo? C'mon guys.

Oz, a mere HBO show, is significantly more disturbing than a lot of the entries in this thread. Guess I don't mind a graphic depiction or two. A Serbian Film is pretty gross though, it's definitely something I don't really feel like I'd ever watch. Also, Cannibal Holocaust is a pretty cool movie with absolutely awesome music.

#29 Edited by sukraj (23979 posts) -

devil inside

#30 Posted by indzman (19965 posts) -

@bforrester420 said:

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

I had never heard of this and just read the synopsis...it's sounds ridiculous.

A. Why would anyone want to make such a film?

B. Why would anyone want to watch such a film?

B. same reason you watched Human Centipide HeHe J/K lol

#31 Posted by lamprey263 (25589 posts) -

probably Human Centipede 2 for me

or 2 Girls 1 Cup

#32 Posted by lamprey263 (25589 posts) -

@KHAndAnime said:

No Salo anyone? Caligula? Tetsuo? C'mon guys.

Actually, I had a friend a while back that told me about Salo, he said it was the most disturbing film he'd ever seen. I haven't seen it yet... I'm curious but also frightened to watch it from what he told me.

#33 Posted by bforrester420 (2055 posts) -

@indzman said:

@bforrester420 said:

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

I had never heard of this and just read the synopsis...it's sounds ridiculous.

A. Why would anyone want to make such a film?

B. Why would anyone want to watch such a film?

B. same reason you watched Human Centipide HeHe J/K lol

I actually watched that, with a buddy, not knowing anything about it beforehand. I'm not really a big horror/gore movie fan.

#34 Posted by allthatdown (1229 posts) -

@hippiesanta said:

I forget the Title but the one with the Japanese girls Jumps on the railway station

Hostel?

#35 Edited by hippiesanta (9992 posts) -

@allthatdown said:

@hippiesanta said:

I forget the Title but the one with the Japanese girls Jumps on the railway station

Hostel?

no ... that is KANA the japanese tourist .... what I mean is

GirlSSS ..... oh anyway .... just found it ( I trace it because I know Yoji Harada from TLC's Miami Ink is in it)

here... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_Club_(film)

#36 Posted by indzman (19965 posts) -

@hippiesanta said:

@allthatdown said:

@hippiesanta said:

I forget the Title but the one with the Japanese girls Jumps on the railway station

Hostel?

no ... that is KANA the japanese tourist .... what I mean is

GirlSSS ..... oh anyway .... just found it ( I trace it because I know Yoji Harada from TLC's Miami Ink is in it)

here... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_Club_(film)

Weeboo, confimed =P

#37 Edited by uninspiredcup (12826 posts) -

Theatrical probably" the exorcist". Not when she goes all monster face and shoots goo but the creepy atmosphere before it with the pazuzu presence in the background.

It looks really amateurish now but the scene with Ellen Burstyn in the kitchen with Pazuzu head flashing freaked me the fuck out when I saw it.

#38 Edited by hippiesanta (9992 posts) -

@uninspiredcup said:

Theoretical, probably" the exorcist". Not when she goes all monster face and shoots goo but the creepy atmosphere before it with the pazuzu presence in the background.

It looks really amateurish now but the scene with Ellen Burstyn in the kitchen with Pazuzu head flashing freaked me the fuck out when I saw it.

so true ......

but this image haunts me the most

#39 Posted by pspdseagle (3307 posts) -

I forget what it's called but it is about some lunatic who thinks he is some alpha superhero cool guy. When in reality he's this weird psychopath who brutally murders and rapes people in some building.

#40 Posted by Master_Live (15832 posts) -

@bforrester420 said:

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

I had never heard of this and just read the synopsis...it's sounds ridiculous.

A. Why would anyone want to make such a film?

B. Why would anyone want to watch such a film?

Because because.

#41 Edited by shadowkiller11 (7956 posts) -

A serbian film

Eraserhead

Irreversible

I guess Nymphomaniac volume 2 could get a spot but that's because I seen it recently.

I'm sure there is more I seen but those always come to my head when I hear disturbing movies.

#42 Posted by Detroit222 (5348 posts) -

@alim298 said:

The most disturbing movie that I've watched (also one of my favorite movies) is Pan's labyrinth. I was looking forward to a fairy tale but then there were all these torture scenes and people dying scenes and man that ending... That was heavy... Also the departed.

I thought I was the only one that freaked out at Pan (remember the scene where they cut off the guy's leg?)! And that ending................. But D Jones was wonderful as the monster with the eyes on the end of his fingers. Really creepy though.

Boy in the Striped Pajamas. I was freaked out for a long time at that one.

#43 Posted by LostProphetFLCL (17752 posts) -
@hippiesanta said:

@allthatdown said:

@hippiesanta said:

I forget the Title but the one with the Japanese girls Jumps on the railway station

Hostel?

no ... that is KANA the japanese tourist .... what I mean is

GirlSSS ..... oh anyway .... just found it ( I trace it because I know Yoji Harada from TLC's Miami Ink is in it)

here... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_Club_(film)

Ah totally forgot about that movie! Weird as movie there...

Here's the train jump scene for those who are interested!

#44 Posted by turtlethetaffer (17198 posts) -

@TheFlush: I immediately thought of a 'interiur when I saw this thread. all these other movies people are listing is pansy ass bullshit compared to Inside. There's also Martyrs, which is insanely fucked up even as its extreme violence peters off in the second half, and I Saw the Devil, which is pretty damn messed up in just about every way.

#45 Edited by Lord_Daemon (24351 posts) -

@bforrester420 said:

@MonsieurX said:

A Serbian Film

Cannibal Holocaust

I had never heard of this and just read the synopsis...it's sounds ridiculous.

A. Why would anyone want to make such a film?

B. Why would anyone want to watch such a film?

The Cannibal films initially were an extension of the "Mondo" film phase that was becoming popular by a Western society increasingly interested in the extreme behaviors of other cultures; some staged, some factual, but exciting to the senses in an either titillating or a so awful but I just can't look away aspect.

Cannibal Holocaust is basically just attaching a narrative to many of these mondo aspects but it greatly upped the ante by deliberately misleading folks into believing it actually happened as filmed in an early found-footage type of angle. Lost in all the extremenessness (much like Salo and The Serbian Film) is the fact that the film is attempting to overtly stress the message that Westerners are often arrogant and destructive towards cultures they deem as beneath them and that Western society and the media in particular gleefully feeds the public's desire for violence as entertainment.

Also by modern standards it's not really as extreme as its reputation suggests...sorta like old school Italian zombie films.

Oh! Also for those speaking of Suicide Circle I wonder how many of you have seen its prequel Noriko's Dinner Table? It's wonderfully perverse in its interpretation of Buddhism and many social aspects modern Japanese life.

#46 Posted by byof_america (1469 posts) -

The first few minutes of Ghost Ship are burned into my memory, but after the opening scene the rest of the movie feels like an episode of the teletubies, relatively speaking.