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Old 07-12-2012, 17:50
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I've been looking up a few of the films mentioned in this thread, typed Salo into youtube, hoping for some sort of trailer or brief clip to get the general gist of it so I didn't have to ever see it. Then I notice the video I've clicked on goes on for almost 2 hours and is the complete film. I was like 'Hey wait a minute!' I ended up watching it though.

It seemed to have a plot initially but then just became about the warped minds of the men in-charge.

After the bleak ending, in my head I came up with a more satisfying conclusion where one of the young people, or even one of the soldiers, finally lose it after all they've experienced and get revenge on the four men in power. It could have been a good message if the corruption of power was to the detriment of everyone, including the perpetrators, rather than just the victims.
But I guess that twist would take away from the artsy style of the film and make it more like a Hollywood remake or something. Oh well, it was an amusing thought to distract myself with.
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Old 07-12-2012, 21:44
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It depends on what you define as disgusting and shocking.

For disgusting it's any of the Hostel films (slash horror doesn't do it for me at all). Also Centipede 2, only seen clips and not my cup of tea (have seen the 1st film and that was ok.. was a very dark humour horror, reminded me a bit of an updated hammor horror movie).

For shocking then a film called The Strangers. I have managed to watch maybe 15mins then I get so freaked out I can't watch anymore ...

Also shocking (but one of my ALL time fav films) the Poughkeepsie tapes.
Wow! I'm quite surprised to see this being mentioned. I looked it up to watch it and it sounded interesting, but I watched it the other night and only watched 20 minutes of it because it was hard to see much and I started to lose interest. Is it worth trying to watch it again?
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Old 29-12-2012, 20:11
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Watched a film last night called Inbred. It's a British film and isn't exactly disgusting and shocking as such but there was a few scenes that did shock me.

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Old 30-12-2012, 02:13
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-Cannibal Holocaust
-Hostel 2 - wasn't that bothered by the first one, but this went too far especially the girl being sliced with the woman bathing in her blood underneath
- The Dentist - haven't seen this film for years but I remember finding it quite sick when I watched it as a young teenager
- Seven - parts of this film were quite disturbing (e.g. the emaciated corpse on the bed)
- Some of the traps in the Saw films were quite sick
- The Woman
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Old 30-12-2012, 02:53
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Never heard of the August Underground films but just had a read about the Mordum film on Wikipedia... I don't want to watch it sounds pretty disgusting by any means...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/August_...und%27s_Mordum
^This!

For the record I love horror, I don't mind gore. Id consider myself open minded and have a strong stomach. However, I've read the above link and it sounds messed up (a part of me wants to watch it and see if I can handle it) ... What the hell is the director thinking.. Lol
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Old 30-12-2012, 02:59
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Old 30-12-2012, 14:32
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-Cannibal Holocaust
-Hostel 2 - wasn't that bothered by the first one, but this went too far especially the girl being sliced with the woman bathing in her blood underneath
- The Dentist - haven't seen this film for years but I remember finding it quite sick when I watched it as a young teenager
- Seven - parts of this film were quite disturbing (e.g. the emaciated corpse on the bed)
- Some of the traps in the Saw films were quite sick
- The Woman
the last one, i agree..Anyone seen Offspring ? Im too scared to watch or even buy it its similar to Woman
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Old 30-12-2012, 15:24
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I just looked up A Serbian Film on wikipedia and that's disturbed me enough! I'll stick to Lady and the Tramp (which i'm watching now).
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Old 30-12-2012, 16:13
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Anything with Ben Stiller in it.
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Old 30-12-2012, 19:13
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Agreed, it should never have been allowed to be released due to the animal killings and torture.
I can handle anything that involves gore.. I just can't stomach animals suffering or being tortured.
Only one of the animal deaths was inhumane (the muskrat). All the others were found to be in regulation with the BBFC (the film is fully uncut at 18 apart from the rat). The animals were killed in the same manner they are to appear on your plate daily.
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Old 30-12-2012, 19:22
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Salo:120 Days Of Sodom is the most disturbing thing I've ever seen, and I've seen it all including the fully uncut version of A Serbian Film, Mordum, In A Glass Cage etc... Gore-wise, it is easy to sit through, but it hit a nerve with me psychologically. I was depressed for probably two weeks after watching it.

It is set during WW2 in Italy. Basically four nobles openly abuse innocent children in a mansion for 120 days. The cruelty involved is sickening. Many rapes occur both off-screen and on. Victims are ridiculed and killed if they don't co-operate, or punished further. They are told they cannot defecate until a certain day of the week, where the combined waste is presented as dinner which they are forced to eat. They have to act like dogs and thrown meat, some of this has nails in it which results in some internal bleeding - all at the nobles pleasure (the smile of one of them is sickening). Towards the end of the film you expect the children to get revenge - instead they are simply rounded up, blinded, scalded and murdered in the most painful ways possible. One kid has his eyes blinded, another has her forehead cut open and pulled back exposing her skull. The nobles also had a sick fascination of burning the chidrens sex organs with fire while they were at it. I had to take a shower after watching this movie. Highly recommended for anyone who wants their mind taken off things for a while.

Another movie which shocked me is actually Hostel 2. It has aged quite well. Some of this stuff is disturbing in how sadistic it is. The scene with the woman with the scythe is horrendous as it insinuates she is pleasuring herself as she cuts her victims up.
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Old 31-12-2012, 16:06
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The film Society (1989) was very sick and disturbing. These days the effects do look a bit lame but the horror of the story and what the people do to those not in 'society' is really sick.

This film takes incest and cannibalism to a whole different level.

I watched it when I was 12 and it freaked me out - it's maybe not that scary as an adult, but if you watch it alone or unprepared then it will certainly freak you out.

On the plus side it stars a young Billy Warlock - who I think was a bit of a dish

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098354/
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Old 31-12-2012, 22:42
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The film Society (1989) was very sick and disturbing. These days the effects do look a bit lame but the horror of the story and what the people do to those not in 'society' is really sick.

This film takes incest and cannibalism to a whole different level.

I watched it when I was 12 and it freaked me out - it's maybe not that scary as an adult, but if you watch it alone or unprepared then it will certainly freak you out.

On the plus side it stars a young Billy Warlock - who I think was a bit of a dish

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098354/
Think I still have a dusty copy on vhs somewhere, but the film was fine until the last 20 minutes then it was

The "shunting" scene was good though
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Old 01-01-2013, 00:48
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I depise that film. I caught it on FILM4 earlier this year and I had a really strange feeling for days after it. The worst scene which still sticks in my mind now is when he kills the girl with the pig killing thing and then he has sex with her dead body. I felt really sick and uncomfortable watching it.
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Old 01-01-2013, 00:58
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The Hunger was not nice too watch..
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:30
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Unthinkable - 2/10

What the funk was Jackson and moss thinking when they signed up for this?!?
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Old 01-01-2013, 05:06
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Eden Lake - it seemed so real, like these things do happen in real life ...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre - I just can't..omigoodness

The Hills Have Eyes - disguting scene in the caravan with the people trying to rape the women or something along those lines - I've blocked it from my memory but I remember it was yuck!
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Old 01-01-2013, 09:05
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Snowtown was hard to watch, especially the torture scene in the bathroom
Mute Witness , a film from 1996, based on the making of snuff films for wealthy clients
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Old 01-01-2013, 09:24
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That sounds rather like 'Snuff' itself, which is one of the most infamous...

...ly crap films ever made!
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Old 02-01-2013, 06:54
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Threads is a truly harrowing film. Captures the effects of a nuclear attack and the fallout that follows far more than any Hollywood film ever could. One of the few times I have ever felt grim after watching a picture.
I remember watching it and felt exactly the same way.

The film Society (1989) was very sick and disturbing. These days the effects do look a bit lame but the horror of the story and what the people do to those not in 'society' is really sick.

This film takes incest and cannibalism to a whole different level.

I watched it when I was 12 and it freaked me out - it's maybe not that scary as an adult, but if you watch it alone or unprepared then it will certainly freak you out.

On the plus side it stars a young Billy Warlock - who I think was a bit of a dish

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098354/
This was the film I was going to say too. Watching a man's head come out of his derriere will remain (unfortunately) imprinted on my brain forever

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-B9jqhFZLSy...01--film-B.jpg
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:47
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Unthinkable - 2/10

What the funk was Jackson and moss thinking when they signed up for this?!?
Oops, wrong thread!
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:59
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Slaughtered vomit dolls is supposed to be pretty grim.
August underground films are pretty horrid but badly filmed.
Murder set pieces is not very pleasant either.
I avoided Serbian film and Centipede 2.
Men behind the sun is horrible I believe. Features real animal deaths apparently.
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:56
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i enjoyed "The Loved ones" on Channel 4 last week.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1316536/
Trailer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb5BFm4qIow
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Old 02-01-2013, 13:37
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That sounds rather like 'Snuff' itself, which is one of the most infamous...

...ly crap films ever made!
Was that film called Grotesque?
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Old 02-01-2013, 13:41
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^This!

For the record I love horror, I don't mind gore. Id consider myself open minded and have a strong stomach. However, I've read the above link and it sounds messed up (a part of me wants to watch it and see if I can handle it) ... What the hell is the director thinking.. Lol
It was on google movies.

The awareness that it is all fx and makeup and acting is all too powerful. It is well done though I grant you that.
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