Most Disturbing Movie You've Ever Seen

  • Syd Barrett.

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    Well, Secret Window really creeped me out when I first saw it, but that was several years ago. Night of the Living Dead scared me, too. (The original, '60s version.) And then there's The Man Who Fell To Earth. I watched it because I'm a huge David Bowie fan and he played the lead role, but the whole thing was just...weird and...senseless...and gratuitously erotic, and...ugh. Didn't like it at all.

    I'm leaning towards the last one out of those three, but the second is a close...well, second. :XD
    September 8th, 2009 at 07:49am
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    Event Horizon. It scared me super bad. It was very disturbing.
    September 8th, 2009 at 10:29am
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    High School Musical. As if Teenagers actually reveal Their love for each other while Breaking out in dance and song. Psh.
    September 8th, 2009 at 07:32pm
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    Lithium Overdose.:
    High School Musical. As if Teenagers actually reveal Their love for each other while Breaking out in dance and song. Psh.
    HAHAHAHA!
    I hate that shit, I've never even seen them and it still haunts me :lmfao
    September 8th, 2009 at 10:01pm
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    This movie called Mirrors. I hate mirrors and watching peple in mirrors kill people really creeped me out. That and the bit of the Exorcist that I saw, when the guy crawled down the steps in the creepy way.
    September 9th, 2009 at 12:05am
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    Ms. Chanandler Bong:
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    High School Musical. As if Teenagers actually reveal Their love for each other while Breaking out in dance and song. Psh.
    HAHAHAHA!
    I hate that shit, I've never even seen them and it still haunts me :lmfao
    I hate it sooooo Much!!!!
    September 9th, 2009 at 01:50am
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    Oh Another disturbing movie I've seen was the Gruge. I was scared for two weeks afterwards.
    September 9th, 2009 at 01:51am
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    Amistad That's a messed up movie and it's based on real events, not Texas Chainsaw Massacre based but like real stuff that actually happened.
    September 9th, 2009 at 01:54am
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    Saw IV.

    I've only seen the first one and that one. I refuse to see the rest, because they are the scariest movies I have ever seen in my life.

    And when that girls hair comes off, just, ew oh my fucking God. That was just sick! I can't handle those kind of mental images!
    September 9th, 2009 at 02:19am
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    Hostel, Hostel II. It scares me to know that people actually get off that stuff.

    The Hills Have Eyes + The Hills Have Eyes II. It just shows that people can hold grudges to big, they refuse to cooperate completely. They don't come in contact with the ones whose ancestors wrong them, then they kill off whoever they can. It's terrible... No
    September 9th, 2009 at 10:28am
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    Renfield in the 1930s version of Dracula creeped me out.
    I love that movie, but Renfield's crazy-eyes scare the absolute shit out of me.

    :shock:
    September 9th, 2009 at 11:57am
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    The first Ring movie. :shock: The part with the horse on the boat. No

    And the part in A Haunting in Connecticut were the kid was being chased and crawled into the incinerator and was set on fire.... :shock: I got extremely claustrophobic at that moment.
    September 9th, 2009 at 11:01pm
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    The House of Haunted Hill:
    Vincent Price in the original movie In Love
    and some of the ideas for the remake, especially the ones about the past of the house. It's just awful how real 'doctors' treated their patients.
    September 10th, 2009 at 01:05am
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    rumbleroar:
    This movie called Mirrors. I hate mirrors and watching peple in mirrors kill people really creeped me out. That and the bit of the Exorcist that I saw, when the guy crawled down the steps in the creepy way.
    :cheese: Mirrors was awesomely disturbing.
    So was Frontiers, which is like the mixture of Hostel and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, in French form. :tehe:

    Hostel, with the Achilles tendon...
    Yak
    September 10th, 2009 at 04:27am
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    Saw.

    I only saw the first 20 minutes of the first one it grossed me out so much. What freaks me out more is some guys sat around and actually came up with that stuff! It was just way to much for me.
    September 10th, 2009 at 08:58am
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    Hard Candy.
    Babel.
    September 10th, 2009 at 12:41pm
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    Well, I really liked the movie, but it was disturbing.
    It was The Last House on the Left.
    My boyfriend and I rented it on PayPerView last night..and I had to get up and leave the room when the rape scene happened.
    September 11th, 2009 at 03:41am
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    the fixxxer.:
    Hard Candy.
    :shock: That movie was an amazing surprise.
    Disturbing, yes, but so comforting. Ellen Page was unique in it.
    September 11th, 2009 at 03:43am
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    Well, I really liked the movie, but it was disturbing.
    It was The Last House on the Left.
    My boyfriend and I rented it on PayPerView last night..and I had to get up and leave the room when the rape scene happened.
    I know, me too. Well, I didn't leave the room, but I cringed and looked away a lot.
    I didn't like that. They could have implied the scene without being so graphic. It was sick.

    Also, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre -- all of them but the original- freaked me out quite a bit. I've had nightmares about Leather-face. No

    The Decent messed with my head. Those creatures were really freaky looking. And the idea of being stuck in a cave with things like that... is terrifying.
    lol

    I'm sure there are more, but these would be some of the worst.
    September 11th, 2009 at 04:13am
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    Hard Candy.
    :shock: That movie was an amazing surprise.
    Disturbing, yes, but so comforting. Ellen Page was unique in it.
    I actually really enjoyed it. I started off with a distaste to it, but my mate was like 'nah come on man, give it a chance.' So I did, and I ended up liking it a lot.

    Her character was quite amazing. :think:
    September 11th, 2009 at 08:07am