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post #121 of 134 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 01:22 PM
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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

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Shit's so weak. I just find it hard for anyone to find it even close to disturbing. Either that, or I'm a complete freak at this point...


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post #122 of 134 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 01:24 PM
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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

Well, you're the only person I've ever heard call it weak, so maybe the explanation falls under the latter part of your post.





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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

Shit ain't weak son. It's an extremely disturbing film if you've ever been into drugs. And even if you haven't it's still a helluva lot disturbing than A Serbian Film or some stupid gory movie, that just try to one up each other on mutilation.

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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

I've seen 'Martyrs' and that shit just made me depressed, seeing the girl getting the crap beaten out of her. Can't really watch too many disturbing movies as I prefer to stay mostly upbeat after watching a movie (most of the time).

I'll mention a movie that hasn't been mentioned yet and that is Threads, a British television drama screened on BBC television in 1984 that accounts the effects of nuclear war on the city of Sheffield. The first half of the movie is just the country preparing for the worst, but when it officially happens, it is fucking scary and ultimately disturbing, primarily because it's not of what we could imagine to happen, but really what could very well have been a reality, especially at the time. The second half of the movie and the very end are some of the most depressing scenes I've ever witnessed. Safe to say I have second thoughts about ever watching this movie again.

The whole movie is on YouTube, but for a little taster, watch this clip, especially the bit at 1:21 which is pretty damn harrowing.


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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

The initial sack-moving twist in Audition is hella disturbing though I thought i got a bit too gimmicky following that truly amazing scene.

Requeim for a Dream will be the next DVD I buy. One of those films I always keep meaning to see....

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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

Requiem For A Dream is a fucking brilliant film.
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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

Agreed. Despite how awful you feel about life in general after watching it, it's an amazing film.





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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

Pet Sematary by Stephen King and Elephant (2003). Watch both and you'll see why.

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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

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I've seen 'Martyrs' and that shit just made me depressed, seeing the girl getting the crap beaten out of her. Can't really watch too many disturbing movies as I prefer to stay mostly upbeat after watching a movie (most of the time).

I'll mention a movie that hasn't been mentioned yet and that is Threads, a British television drama screened on BBC television in 1984 that accounts the effects of nuclear war on the city of Sheffield. The first half of the movie is just the country preparing for the worst, but when it officially happens, it is fucking scary and ultimately disturbing, primarily because it's not of what we could imagine to happen, but really what could very well have been a reality, especially at the time. The second half of the movie and the very end are some of the most depressing scenes I've ever witnessed. Safe to say I have second thoughts about ever watching this movie again.

The whole movie is on YouTube, but for a little taster, watch this clip, especially the bit at 1:21 which is pretty damn harrowing.

I remember the last few minutes of the Movie and anybody watch it in full would be against Nuclear war. There was an HBO Movie that was shot like a news broadcast about a Nuclear attack in the 80's. That really scare me as a child.
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Re: Most disturbing movie you've seen?

When i was child, I saw The exorcist, I got very much disturbed after watching it.
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