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Old 03-04-2013, 06:54
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Any of the Saw franchise!

Honestly I just feel completely squeamish whenever I was it!

What worries me even more is that someone actually thinks about them murders so vividly and then turns them into a movie!
The Saw films are pretty mild stuff compared to some of the mentions in this thread, to be honest! Except maybe Saw III. That was the most brutal one.

Speaking of brutal. Martyrs.
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Old 03-04-2013, 15:00
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Me gots a list of traumatic / horror movies for your delectation.
Only a few though. I'll get the rest later:

Stoker(2013) (Looking forward to this one)

Suspiria

Old boy

Switchblade romance

Livid

Scum

Threads

Irreversible

Silence of the lambs

Melancholie der Engel" ("The Angel's Melancholy")

Farmhouse

Dead Silence

Frontier(s) - french film

Red white and blue

The seed

Irreversible

Haute tension

Emergo (2011)

The girl next door

Silenced (2011)

Ichi the killer

Philosophy of a Knife

Human centipede 2

The devils rejects

Mama 2013

Maniac 2012

The possession 2012

The original faces of death

The torturer

The tall man
Seasoned gore hound here
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Old 04-04-2013, 07:57
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Braindead was very gory, i mean i love gory films but even that was too much for me lol
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:34
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Irreversible (2002) contains one of the most disturbing scenes ever. That being a guy bludgeoned to death by a fire extinguisher until his face is flat, with the camera never shying away from the action.
The film itself isnít disgusting. It is an amazing piece of cinematography, but this one scene is more horrific than anything I have ever seen, including actual footage of beheadings.
That scene is on youtube
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Old 05-04-2013, 09:44
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The hammer scene in Kill List.....
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:49
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The only one is Human Centipede 2 l. The lack of dialogue makes it even worse. And self pleasure with sandpaper...WTF?
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Old 05-04-2013, 11:12
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Me gots a list of traumatic / horror movies for your delectation.
Only a few though. I'll get the rest later:

Stoker(2013) (Looking forward to this one)

Suspiria

Old boy

Switchblade romance

Livid

Scum

Threads

Irreversible

Silence of the lambs

Melancholie der Engel" ("The Angel's Melancholy")

Farmhouse

Dead Silence

Frontier(s) - french film

Red white and blue

The seed

Irreversible

Haute tension

Emergo (2011)

The girl next door

Silenced (2011)

Ichi the killer

Philosophy of a Knife

Human centipede 2

The devils rejects

Mama 2013

Maniac 2012

The possession 2012

The original faces of death

The torturer

The tall man
I must really be desensitized cause i didn't think a few of these were that bad.
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Old 05-04-2013, 11:19
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The film also contains another rather unpleasant scene involving Monica Bellucci, but it isnít a patch on the fire extinguisher!
The worst part of this scene, for me, is how at one point she reaches out towards the camera, desperate for help. It's practically breaking the 4th wall and it's horrible. It actually makes you feel helpless.
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Old 05-04-2013, 20:00
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Braindead was very gory, i mean i love gory films but even that was too much for me lol
I don't find 'Braindead' shocking at all (maybe a little disgusting though!). Obviously it's one of the goriest films ever made, but it's all done in a very tongue-in-cheek, almost cartoonish way, making it a bit less disturbing for me than something like 'Irreversible'. Still, it's one of my favourite horror films for that very reason!
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Old 05-04-2013, 22:33
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Any of the Saw franchise!

Honestly I just feel completely squeamish whenever I was it!

What worries me even more is that someone actually thinks about them murders so vividly and then turns them into a movie!
oh there my favourites Thinking of getting the boxset, maybe for xmas..thats a good pressie lol
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Old 09-04-2013, 13:44
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The most disgusting/shocking films are ones that show explicit/real sex like 'Deep Throat', violent ones such as 'Nightmare on Elm Street', 'Snuff'' etc.
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Old 09-04-2013, 15:49
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The most disgusting/shocking films are ones that show explicit/real sex like 'Deep Throat', violent ones such as 'Nightmare on Elm Street', 'Snuff'' etc.
You think porno movies (and for some reason you've listed a tame one from the seventies) - and Nightmare on Elm Street - are disgusting and shocking.

You really need to get out more, Philip. Both could be considered comedies...
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Old 09-04-2013, 15:57
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Anything starring Barbra Steisand
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Old 09-04-2013, 22:34
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You think porno movies (and for some reason you've listed a tame one from the seventies) - and Nightmare on Elm Street - are disgusting and shocking.

You really need to get out more, Philip. Both could be considered comedies...
OK, so what about animal porn then? Animal porn is legal in Denmark and some of these videos have found their way into the UK, I should know, I've known people who've seen them.
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Old 10-04-2013, 12:06
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OK, so what about animal porn then?
What about animal porn? Are you now just struggling to think of something more disgusting and shocking than the tame seventies sex comedy Deep Throat, and the good, funny but not really in any way scary Nightmare On Elm Street?

Animal porn is legal in Denmark and some of these videos have found their way into the UK, I should know, I've known people who've seen them.
I think knowing somebody who has seen videos of animal porn doesn't really entitle you to say that this is the most shocking/disgusting film that you have seen. For two reasons - one, you don't give the title of this film/these films, so nobody really knows what they should be avoiding or looking out for, depending upon what floats their boat, and two, you haven't seen them anyway.

That would be like me saying "My mate watched Human Centipede 2 last week, that's definitely the most shocking and disgusting film ever." How would I know? I've not seen it.
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Old 10-04-2013, 13:40
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But you're forgetting the first rule of internet posting - never let facts stand in the way of righteous indignation.

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Old 10-04-2013, 14:29
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To Chasing Shadows: Here's a link to an article on the animal porn film (I must warn you though, you may be offended by it)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_Farm_(video)
Regarding 'Deep Throat' the film was banned for general release in Britain during the 70's but in some cases town councils allowed cinemas in their area to show a censored version of it. My friend saw the edited version of it in his local cinema. Later on, the BBFC passed the film uncut with an 'R18' rating, meaning it could only be shown or sold in specially licensed premises, and the edited version was released on video with an '18' rating. As I don't know which version of the film you've seen I don't really know what you consider tame. Also, bear in mind that Linda Lovelace claimed that she was forced to make the film against her wishes at gunpoint, and if this is so the film contains actual rape scenes.
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Old 10-04-2013, 14:59
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To Chasing Shadows: Here's a link to an article on the animal porn film (I must warn you though, you may be offended by it)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_Farm_(video)
Regarding 'Deep Throat' the film was banned for general release in Britain during the 70's but in some cases town councils allowed cinemas in their area to show a censored version of it. My friend saw the edited version of it in his local cinema. Later on, the BBFC passed the film uncut with an 'R18' rating, meaning it could only be shown or sold in specially licensed premises, and the edited version was released on video with an '18' rating. As I don't know which version of the film you've seen I don't really know what you consider tame. Also, bear in mind that Linda Lovelace claimed that she was forced to make the film against her wishes at gunpoint, and if this is so the film contains actual rape scenes.
Okay, so we're getting somewhere. You are talking about Animal Farm. Thanks for that.

Now then, you still only claimed that you knew some people who had seen it. So, how can you consider it the most shocking and disgusting movie ever made? You haven't seen it. All you've done is read about it. In fact, judging by your comment in bold above, you haven't even seen Deep Throat. Only a friend of yours who saw the cut version of it in a cinema in the seventies.

Regarding Linda Lovelace and Deep Throat - she claimed a lot of things in court and in her autobiographies, many of which have been proved to have been untrue. The porn industry isn't known for being full of friendly/cuddly directors who look after their stars - the reason a lot of porn stars die young is (1) because tthey get into the drugs scene at the same time as making sex films and (2) a lot have died of AIDS and other sexually transmittted diseases caught because they were not allowed to use contraception when making these films. So, Linda Lovelace is far from being the only female porn star forced to have sex against her will whilst being filmed.

And if she felt so strongly against being exploited in sex movies, why did she continue to make porn films long after she had left her then husband/manager Chuck Traynor. Also, her claims about Traynor holding a gun to her head during every sex scene in the movie have been refuted by all the other actors and actresses in that movie - including Harry Reems, her major male co-star, who prior to his death last year became a born-again Christian. If he didn't see any guns pointing at Linda whilst the film was being made, and he was the one being fellated by her, why should anybody else believe her stories?

Even so, both the cut and the uncut version are very, very tame compared to the majority of hardcore movies released over the last forty years or so. You have led a very sheltered life if you really believe it to be one of the most shocking and disgusting movies ever made. Even though by your own admission, you haven't seen it anyway.
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Old 10-04-2013, 16:12
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As regards one of the films I mentioned; "Snuff", I would confess to having seen that, as it can be seen in full on the Internet (if you google Snuff full film or Snuff full movie you will find it). It is supposed to have been inspired by the Charles Manson killings & contains a scene added onto it at the end where the film crew is shown. One of them talks a young woman into getting onto the bed with him, fully clothed, for a bit of lovemaking, having convinced her it isn't being filmed. She succumbs to his advances and when she does notice it is being filmed and tries to resist he gets the other film crew members to hold her down while he cuts her shoulder open with a knife as she screams hysterically. He then proceeds to cut one of her hands off and the fingers off her other hand and then disembowels her. Although admittedly the rest of the film isn't that strong, this is certainly the most horrible scene I've ever come across and, yes, I did know somebody else who'd seen it, and was disturbed by as he thought it might be actually real. I must stress though, that it's been proven not to be.
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Old 10-04-2013, 17:22
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You must have put in hours of research to have such an in-depth knowledge of genuinely sick and disturbing films.
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Old 10-04-2013, 18:09
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You must have put in hours of research to have such an in-depth knowledge of genuinely sick and disturbing films.
Oops, I'm ever so sorry if I offended you.
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Old 10-04-2013, 18:15
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And another thing:

But you're forgetting the first rule of internet posting - never let facts stand in the way of righteous indignation.

Regards

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Sorry, I don't quite catch your drift there
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Old 11-04-2013, 19:07
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Sound of music was pretty sickening & twisted. Imho it needed some girl on girl action, followed by lots of machines guns for the awful music in the film.
Oh yes, of course, and it was also extremely violent. What about the scene where a man spanks his daughter with a book? (lol)
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Old 11-04-2013, 22:27
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The human centrepede 2 is terrible
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Old 29-06-2013, 20:46
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The hammer scene in Kill List.....
Kill List is on this week sometime..I had the dvd and though it was'nt bad,, the ending was abit moment
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