Most Disturbing Movie You've Ever Seen

  • Joey Jordison

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    The Green Mile. I just couldnt handle the guy getting fried in the electric chair.
    I felt sick after watching that.
    Oh God yes! I spent the rest of the movie sobbing like a baby and trying not to be sick. The book, I can read quite happily, but the film...Cry
    September 1st, 2009 at 01:41am
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    I'd have to say Fight Club. No offense but that movie was very disturbing and i'll never get that time back.

    Sorry I hated that movie.

    But I've seen several disturbing movies that's just 1 of them.
    September 1st, 2009 at 03:56am
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    Requiem for a Dream, so disturbing and gorgeous, and honest, and blunt and capable of making you fall in love with the characters. They're so realistic and magnificent in their terror In Love

    Eden Lake - in how many movies do you see kids doing that?
    Wolf Creek - it just looks so real and unusual.
    LOST - an indie, about a serial killer who wears empty beer cans inside his boots to look taller :shock:

    Malos Habitos - a Spanish movie about eating disorders, which is completely brutal. Watch it.
    The Dark Hour - La Hora Frìa - a Spanish movie about something you can't exactly tell. Watch it.
    Plus, if you wanna see disturbing movies, Spanish horror movies are the best choice.

    'Pet Sematary' and 'The Shinning' crept me out the most, though. They're so incredulously detailed! I don't wanna imagine the books...
    September 1st, 2009 at 04:49am
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    Requiem for a Dream, so disturbing and gorgeous, and honest, and blunt and capable of making you fall in love with the characters. They're so realistic and magnificent in their terror In Love

    Eden Lake - in how many movies do you see kids doing that?
    Wolf Creek - it just looks so real and unusual.
    LOST - an indie, about a serial killer who wears empty beer cans inside his boots to look taller :shock:

    Malos Habitos - a Spanish movie about eating disorders, which is completely brutal. Watch it.
    The Dark Hour - La Hora Frìa - a Spanish movie about something you can't exactly tell. Watch it.
    Plus, if you wanna see disturbing movies, Spanish horror movies are the best choice.

    'Pet Sematary' and 'The Shinning' crept me out the most, though. They're so incredulously detailed! I don't wanna imagine the books...
    I love foreign horror movies, I'm so gonna check them out. XD
    September 1st, 2009 at 04:54am
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    ^ You're making a great choice! European movies are amazing (:

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    Willard is a very creepy movie. Especially if you don't fancy rats...
    September 1st, 2009 at 01:26pm
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    Event Horizon is well up there omgno:
    And I've never seen Antichrist, but I'm sure that if I did, it would be the most disturbing film I'd ever seen :shifty.
    September 1st, 2009 at 04:58pm
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    I watched Gummo the other day. It was pretty disturbing, but i just loved the narration through out it. Hail
    September 2nd, 2009 at 12:52pm
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    Hostel II and the new Hills Have Eyes films- the only horror movies which have ever made me feel queasy. D:
    September 2nd, 2009 at 08:47pm
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    Event Horizon is well up there omgno:
    And I've never seen Antichrist, but I'm sure that if I did, it would be the most disturbing film I'd ever seen :shifty.
    I don't know about that. Antichrist is not as awful as the reviews, the critics and the expectation made it seem
    Or maybe that's just me :shifty

    Event Horizon, though; I saw that you mentioned it here and I went to look for it. omg -covers eyes- you were just right.
    September 2nd, 2009 at 09:53pm
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    sirius.:
    Event Horizon is well up there omgno:
    And I've never seen Antichrist, but I'm sure that if I did, it would be the most disturbing film I'd ever seen :shifty.
    I don't know about that. Antichrist is not as awful as the reviews, the critics and the expectation made it seem
    Or maybe that's just me :shifty
    Really? That's kind of a relief I guess :shifty.
    September 2nd, 2009 at 10:00pm
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    The Mist

    It wasnt bad until the end, which made me wanna stab a pillow.. several times D:
    September 3rd, 2009 at 06:46pm
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    Bruno

    I love his little accent and all but just...jeez the movie :XD
    September 3rd, 2009 at 07:39pm
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    Requiem for a Dream, so disturbing and gorgeous, and honest, and blunt and capable of making you fall in love with the characters. They're so realistic and magnificent in their terror In Love

    Eden Lake - in how many movies do you see kids doing that?
    God, I love Requiem. In Love The ending is so heart-wrenching, though.

    I hate Eden Lake. Cry Seriously, man, those kids are fucked. *shudders*

    If you like Spanish films, have you seen [REC]? It's a Spanish horror movie. It's so good. :cheese: I wouldn't exactly call it a zombie movie, but there's no other way to describe it. It's not terrifying, but it's definitely creepy, and the way it's filmed is so good. Think Blair Witch, only a lot less over-acting. The movie Quarantine is a remake of it, but it's pretty much just the English version. I wouldn't recommend it, though, the original is a lot better.
    September 5th, 2009 at 10:11am
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    The Mist

    It wasnt bad until the end, which made me wanna stab a pillow.. several times D:
    Oh god, yes. :shock:

    I didn't like Rise: The Last Vampire at all. Which was odd, because I normally love stuff like that.
    But when about a half hour in, a chick asks a guy if he's 'going to fuck her or kill her first', I just got the heebiejeebies.
    :shifty
    September 5th, 2009 at 01:25pm
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    Willard is a very creepy movie. Especially if you don't fancy rats...
    Which version? I prefer the one with Crispin Glover... mainly because I love the way he plays the part.

    Willard is one of my favorite movies. :yah
    September 5th, 2009 at 04:06pm
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    I thought the Sixth Sense was kind of disturbing the first time I watched it, but now it's one of my favorite movies. :XD
    September 5th, 2009 at 07:44pm
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    The Hills Have Eyes (the remake) scared me for weeks.
    The Shining, only because of the scene with the woman in the bathtub.
    Deliverance, because of the "squeal like a pig" thing.
    30 Days Of Night, because of the scene where the one vampire goes "Sorry...no God."
    The Exorcist. I have to fast forward through the part where Reagan masturbates with the cross. I didn't know that happened the first time I watched it and I was basically sick.
    Pet Sematary actually made me cry, and I never cry over horror movies.
    Graveyard Shift. It's about mutated rats infesting a cotton mill. Basically a gorefest.
    The Strangers, I just thought it was really creepy.
    The movie based on the Dead Space video game. Even though it's animated, goriest movie I've ever seen. Christ. Shocked Creepy as hell.

    And then there's Saving Private Ryan. I can't bring myself to watch that movie a lot because I cry through the whole thing. The first twenty minutes just gut me. Cry
    September 6th, 2009 at 06:31am
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    Martyrs.

    Scarred me for life, and I am a serious horror fan. Sooo not for the faint of heart.
    September 7th, 2009 at 09:09pm
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    The 1963 version of Lord of the Flies.

    It's black and white, the actors aren't too amazing, but it's very close to the book. It's got this very subtle, yet terrifying creepiness hovering around it.
    September 7th, 2009 at 10:34pm
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    The 1963 version of Lord of the Flies.

    It's black and white, the actors aren't too amazing, but it's very close to the book. It's got this very subtle, yet terrifying creepiness hovering around it.
    I didn't know there was an older version of that. I saw the second version when I was eight or nine and it scared the crap out of me. :cheese: Now that is a disturbing film.
    September 8th, 2009 at 04:26am