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Seeing that there is a thrad about Cannibal Holocaust. What's the most disturbing film you've seen? For me its gotta be August Underground’s Mordum and Flower of Flesh and Blood from the Guinea Pig series
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winnie the pooh's grand adventure ftw
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hmm. maybe hannibal. the part where he disembowels the guy after slitting his stomach when his pushes him off of the balcony. or silence of the lambs.
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the japanese anime film Grave of the Fireflies is pretty horrific... but in a really sad way
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#8
i find The Clockwork Orange disturbing. but it's still one of my favourite films.
#9
oh yea, Barney's Great Adventure. i saw that when i was 2! pretty disturbing.
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Seeing that there is a thrad about Cannibal Holocaust. What's the most disturbing film you've seen? For me its gotta be August Underground’s Mordum and Flower of Flesh and Blood from the Guinea Pig series


When I read teh title of this thread, the first thing that came to my mind was Cannibal Holocaust. That was very disturbing - the rape, the multiple animal deaths.

This movie makes gorror movies today look like child's play. Especially since they were real animal deaths.
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letters from iwo jima isnt an easy film to watch. the suicide scene especially.
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I remember watching the movie, "Kids" when I was younger. I watched about 20 minutes of it and got upset that I switched it off.

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A french indy film with Vincent Cassell that is garanteed to creep anyone out.
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I find A Clockwork Orange disturbing. but it's still one of my favourite films.


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Same here, it's disturbing but done so tastefully.
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It's not really disturbing but Nil By Mouth is one of the most depressing films i've seen.

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The Lion King. Srsly. It made me have dreams about kittens being run over.
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i find The Clockwork Orange disturbing. but it's still one of my favourite films.

I saw the last hour or so of that the other day, and I really want to see all of it now. I started watching when Alex got home after his treatment

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Haven’t seen it yet, but The Poughkeepsie Tapes
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Dead Alive...or in Europe its Brain Dead

twas Peter Jackson's 3rd movie, back when he was a low-budget horror/comedy

it actually is literally the goriest movie ever

just the final scene has 300 litres of fake blood

people get killed by intestines
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It's not really disturbing but Nil By Mouth is one of the most depressing films i've seen.


I've not seen Visitor Q yet, but Audition is a cracking movie. As are all Miike Takashi's.


yup Miike Takashi is a genious. Ichi The Killer is my favorite film of his, but so far Visitor Q is the winner at being the most disturbing. The opening to the movie makes you question if you should allow yourself to watch the rest of it and im still wondering if i should watch it ever again!
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Maybe it's just me but I really didn't find Begotten that disturbing. I read reviews about it on imdb and I was expecting it to be a lot worse. I did think it was very interesting, though.
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#30
Irreversible, it was a french film

that 10minute rape scene disturbed me SO much
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#34
if i watch ANY hardcore horror film now it doesnt do anything to me.

why?

because if you bother to visit (no sites mentioned btw)

some sites along the lines of the nothing toxic stuff - you see beheadings etc - thats real - REAL, so nothing can be as bad - though i find anything to do with the suffering of animals totally unacceptable and unwatchable - humans have the power to do anything, therefore we cannot do anything about it - animals are different.

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yup Miike Takashi is a genious. Ichi The Killer is my favorite film of his, but so far Visitor Q is the winner at being the most disturbing. The opening to the movie makes you question if you should allow yourself to watch the rest of it and im still wondering if i should watch it ever again!

I keep meaning to watch it sometime. Is it the one with the guy making a documentary about his dysfunctional family?

Speaking of Miike, have you seen Dead Or Alive: Hanzaisha?
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#37
SAW I II III IV anyone?

EDIT: I just read the first two senctences for the plot of "Begotten" on wikipedia, and I'm already disturbed.
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#38
I don't find Takashi Miike's films 'disturbing' just brilliant. Same with Battle Royale, but maybe that's just me, I watch a lot of films.
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#40
There was a film called Feed or Feed Me or something that was disturbing.

Also the one about the German guy who wanted to kill and eat someone, and placed an ad for it on the internet - based on a true story. Weird film.
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