Most Disturbing Movie You've Ever Seen

  • Ms. Chanandler Bong

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    What's the most disturbing film you have ever seen? It can be one that you've had/heard of too but been to creeped out by the cover alone to watch ;D
    I don't know if theres a thread for this so sorry if there is.

    Aftermath - My dad brought it home one day knowing that I love horror movies, I asked him what it was about & he said it was 'maybe even a little too disturbing for me...it's about necrophilia.' Whoa. It has no dialouge whatsoever and is basically about a man who works in a morgue, a young woman dies in a car accident, and well...I didn't even put it in the DVD player.
    August 24th, 2009 at 06:54pm
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    Bruno. I'm not a homophob at all. But that was honestly TOO much. It should of had a higher rating.
    Sure it was funny at times. But some parts were just too disturbing.
    August 25th, 2009 at 02:22am
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    Mhm, I've not seen Bruno yet, don't know if I ever will ;D
    I can imagine some of the stuff...hell even Borat made me cringe sometimes hah.
    August 25th, 2009 at 03:45am
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    Hm. Trainspotting. I stopped watching when that guy started crawling into a toilet. It was sort of nauseating.

    A lot of the movies we watched in my history class upset me.

    There was Hotel Rwanda, which kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time and made me feel guilty eating my lunch the next period.

    There was The Lost Battalion, about a small group of soldiers in WWI. The violence was so graphic, and there was this one scene where a guy was dying on the field and asked another one to read from his bible, but it was all blood-soaked and the pages couldn't be read. And then there was this other one where these two guys were such great friends, but one of them was killed and the other was sobbing over his body...

    God. War movies upset me so much. Cry
    August 25th, 2009 at 05:58am
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    Hm. Trainspotting. I stopped watching when that guy started crawling into a toilet. It was sort of nauseating.
    I love Trainspotting :tehe:
    I suppose some parts of it are a bit disturbing, especially when Rents is having withdrawal symptoms.

    I looked up that Aftermath film suggested in the first post and that sounds very disturbing. I also looked up Salo which sounds like it's probably the most disturbing film ever.

    As for films I've seen, I'd go with Audition, Rec, The Shining, The Hills Have Eyes or Jacob's Ladder.
    August 25th, 2009 at 10:57am
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    Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas
    I got it for my birthday this year even though it's an 18, when I watched it...my god some bits were just bit too freaky espeically when he's in the bar and there's all the Reptiles.
    The film itself is good but...yeah
    August 25th, 2009 at 04:18pm
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    Oh god, I thought of another one
    American History X...I only managed to watch a bit of it before I started feeling sick :\
    Trainspotting is one of my favourite movies but I agree about the toilet scene,,.and the sheet scene -pukes-
    August 25th, 2009 at 07:15pm
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    I think it's called Evil Dead or something? :shifty
    I watched it when I was about eleven. This girl gets raped by a tree. It was weird.
    August 25th, 2009 at 07:50pm
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    Is It Such A Sin; xo:
    Mhm, I've not seen Bruno yet, don't know if I ever will ;D
    I can imagine some of the stuff...hell even Borat made me cringe sometimes hah.
    It was way more explicit than Borat. So be prepared. haha.
    August 25th, 2009 at 10:16pm
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    Well, I thought the Blair Witch Project was disturbing. It wasn't scary or anything, it was just the actors who overreacted, therefore, making it disturbing. I was more afraid of the actors than the actual freaking witch! D:
    August 25th, 2009 at 10:25pm
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    Eraserhead was pretty disturbing.
    Begotten was also pretty bad. Seeing God disembowl himself with a straight razor certainly wasn't my cup of tea.
    August 26th, 2009 at 11:15pm
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    Everyone always laughs when I say this, but The Ring disturbed me.
    I was terrified for fucking weeks!!! And the thing was I never even saw half of it, I was busy trying to hide behind my Mom. =[.
    August 27th, 2009 at 03:14am
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    Is It Such A Sin; xo:
    Oh god, I thought of another one
    American History X...I only managed to watch a bit of it before I started feeling sick :\
    Trainspotting is one of my favourite movies but I agree about the toilet scene,,.and the sheet scene -pukes-
    My friend's always telling me about how much American History X sickened her and I'm like just let me watch it with you already and she was like but I don't think we would be able to be friends after Unsure

    Now that's what you call a film. :shock:
    August 27th, 2009 at 03:17am
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    Eden Lake. It's not really gory, but some scenes are just...way too much. In one scene, a bunch of these kids burn another kid alive, and his screams...sdjkcfhdsjfh. Cry I was thinking about it last night when I was trying to sleep, and thinking back to that scene literally makes my skin crawl, and I'm not usually that bothered by movies. It's not even scary, it's just...something about it makes me uncomfortable.

    A Clockwork Orange is a bit disturbing. I watched it for the first time last month and it made me cringe a few times.
    August 27th, 2009 at 03:21am
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    Uh well, Deliverence. Only because of two scenes. The banjo war and the "squeal like a pig" rape scene. Its probably not even disturbing to anyone else, but damn, that kid with the banjo scares me.
    August 27th, 2009 at 09:58am
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    Storytelling. I don't know what it was exactly, but that movie definitely freaked me out.
    August 27th, 2009 at 11:18am
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    I saw this movie called The Bothersome Man, it was in Norwegian with English subtitles. It was just terrifying in parts. The main guy throws himself under a train and he was all mangled but still alive. :| It was actually a very interesting movie though, and I would recommend it. It's very obscure and you can interpret it in your own way. I thought it was about the government trying to make everyone conform, but everyone has a different theory.

    The Silence of the Lambs was also disturbing.
    August 27th, 2009 at 04:20pm
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    August 27th, 2009 at 04:24pm
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    Call me a wimp but...

    I can't handle the Saw movies. I've seen them all knowing I can't handle them, but meh. Untraceable was kind of rough too. Along with The Hills Have Eyes and Hostel.

    Basically, scary movies are fine, it's the gore I can't take.
    August 27th, 2009 at 08:33pm
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    :omfg:
    August 28th, 2009 at 12:11am