Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?
Audition and oldboy
I watched this with a lot of anticipation and was thoroughly disappointed. It's very well made and all, but I was expecting so much more from the final scene.
The Human Centipede 2.
I generally stay away from disturbing/horror kind of films.
Yeah, I'll say this film is my most disturbing as well. Not because of the things that happen, but because I don't understand why someone would want to make such a film. It's just complete and utter drivel from start to finish.
That was almost like a recommendation to me. I think I'm gonna check it out of morbid curiosity.
I saw it after hearing about it and it's not as bad as it's made out to be. There are some sick moments, yes, but most of the hype comes from the age it was released in (early 80s). Compared to the Saw and Hostel series, Cannibal Holocaust is a kiddies film. It's interesting though as it claims to be the first film based off of 'found footage', which is a staple of modern horror films now.