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Post Info TOPIC: What is the most disturbing film you have ever seen?


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RE: What is the most disturbing film you have ever seen?


'The Descent', I am scarred for life.

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The most creepy and disturbing films i've seen are The Evil Dead, Re-animator, Stephen kings IT, Pet Semetary by Stephen King, Children shouldn't play with dead things, The Toxic Avenger, Basket Case, Teeth, The Class of Nuke em High, The Fly, The Thing, The Shining, Childsplay and most recently Insidious.

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^ The Fly (1986) was pretty hard to watch when you started to see the fly traits set in. I do love the 1958 original as well.



-- Edited by MarshmallowNoise on Tuesday 7th of June 2011 06:34:00 PM

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^The 1958 ending was rather disturbing,but classic.

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i only watched 15 minutes of it before turing it off its called Slautered vomit dolls and i guess that is the first vidieo of a trilogy it was on netflix so i thought it cant be that bad but it was very disturbing



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Slautered Vomit Dolls? Jesus fucks that sounds... extreme xD

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Is it about slaughtering dolls made of puke by any chance?

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^ I've just found a brief synopsis of the film which says :"The gruesome tapestry of psychological manifestations of a nineteen year old bulimic runaway stripper - turned prostitute named Angela Aberdeen; as she descends into a hellish pit of Satanic nightmares and hallucinations."

Sounds like something a twelve year old might write in an effort to be edgy. It certainly ticked all the cliched background boxes.

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MarshmallowNoise wrote:

The Last House on the Left: I'm a fan of Wes Craven with films like A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream but nothing prepared me for The Last House on the Left. This film was very sadistic and violent what with the rape and murder scenes. It was said that the scenes even disturbed the actors and crew during filming. This particular film made me sick and even though its been years since I last saw it, every now and again I find myself thinking about it.

-- Edited by MarshmallowNoise on Thursday 27th of January 2011 11:04:05 PM

 

 I was going to say exactly that. The rape scene was horrific. And when her parents first saw her after what had happened. I have never been so happy to see a character die as when that rapist was killed. disbelief Bleurgh.



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I watched a film called The Carnival of Souls the other day, and old black and white film which was surprisingly creepy. The atmosphere just built up and got more and more horrible, with this hideous carnival/organ music constantly playing until you don't know whether it's simply background music or if the protagonist can hear it too. It's really, really spooky, in an odd way.

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Its was a french film about two parents who loose their daughter to a pedophile. Its a very graphic film and darker than Lady vengence. I don't think I could watch it ever again.
So those of you who have seen it, I sympathize. Those of you who will watch it - you have been warned.

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Lady Misery wrote:

I watched a film called The Carnival of Souls the other day, and old black and white film which was surprisingly creepy. The atmosphere just built up and got more and more horrible, with this hideous carnival/organ music constantly playing until you don't know whether it's simply background music or if the protagonist can hear it too. It's really, really spooky, in an odd way.


 I have this movie and I freakin' love it! Like Lady Misery pointed out there is something a bit unnerving and for the most part subtle about this film. I actually started to panic with the character Mary as the mood continued to grow more or more creepy and tense. My favorite scenes were when a tranced Mary played the organ and the dancing ghouls.



-- Edited by MarshmallowNoise on Tuesday 5th of July 2011 01:20:54 PM

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^Sounds interesting ; wonder if YT has it?

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The Strangers still freaks me out too... and you know, there's a sequel in the works...

And the less said about Human Centipede the better!



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^Sounds interesting ; wonder if YT has it?

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 Unfortunately they only have a few clips. If you really want to see it I can mail it to you. The dvd comes with 3 other horror classic movies (2 on each side) because it came in a pack (50 horror classics total) pm me if you want this movie. (=



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Thanks for the offer,but it's ok,I don't want to put you to any trouble or expense. :) I don't have a dvd player either,so YT will be fine.

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Black Swan left me feeling very disturbed, not sure why really...as did Pan's Labyrinth (Oh how I love that film).
Donnie Darko too, I guess...there's loads I can't remember the names of anymore :/

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I'm not very adventurous when it comes to film watching, so the most disturbing film I've ever seen is probably The Butterfly Effect. Some of that's just nasty.

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Last night I watch The Midnight Meat Train for the first time. Visually, it was actually stunning. They captured the gritty, grey feel of the city perfectly, adding key splashes of colour here and there in a manner I really love in film. The gore effects were brilliantly over the top CGI, but again the colours were gorgeous and I think the fact it was so unbelievable created the feeling that surely nothing so horrible could happen in real life in an ordinary town... yet it could.

The idea of a serial killer who attacks train passengers so they can be made into meat for an ancient lizard people is just awful, but what I found most unsettling about it was the way the main character is sucked into his photography, shooting the darkest aspects of human nature. It reminded me of the photograph of the starving living girl watched over by a vulture- the photographer is the true sadist, for rather than intervening he simply stood coldly by and documented the event. However, this idea is turned on its head in The Meat Train as the character uses his photographs to save others.

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^Sounds like a mash-up of "Mimic" [only with lizards,not giant moths] and the infamous "Peeping Tom".

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^ Ooh, Peeping Tom- I love that film!

Anyway, to clear it up, I meant the story line was awful in a frightening sense, not that it was a bad concept. I really like the original short story of The Midnight Meat Train; if anything the main character in that is even more twisted and deprived than the killer. He hears noises in the train carriage next to him, thinks it might be a rape, and peeks in so that he can watch. He got a bit of a shock when he saw what was really happening! I can see why they made the film's protagonist a nicer character...

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Would have put this in the Activism thread but didn't want to make a new topic, as I don't have much to say. It's disturbing but also very moving, it's called The Cutting Tradition and it's a documentary on female genital mutilation.

 

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Recently watched a film called Martyrs came out in 2008. Jeesh that film was creepy and disturbing but definatly one to watch! biggrin



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I love Martyrs! (If it can be loved??) Anyway, I wrote a massive essay one it last year. The French do horror so well.

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Check this out Rec. Spanish horror film from last year. Very very good, very very frightening...really



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Black Swan. Its basically a ballerina who goes insane and becomes evil. Not so much scary as gross, but the outcome is still the same. "AAAaaaaaarrgghhhhh! Ew ew ew ew ew!" :)



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Eden Lake was really disturbing because it's so real in the way of youths harrassing and attacking people filming it on their phones. One part where someone gets set on fire was the most disturbing part. I will not be watching that again. Lol.

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Gummo, Kids, and Bully! All three are very good and I suggest that everyone watch them! :D
I love this thread I'm going to write down all the movies so I can watch them all. lol

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probably 8mm. couldnt actually finish watching it.

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It's not out yet but I'm super psyched for We Need To Talk About Kevin. Also I have a feeling that because of my Dumas fangirl tendencies, the new adaption of The Three Musketeers might be the most disturbing film ever released.

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