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i consider myself a lover of all things horror and all things strange.. I just watched a movie i heard about after watching the human centipede, called a serbian film. the majority is only fairly more strange and unique than mainstream horror movies. however there is a scene that takes things up a notch. ill let the curious people find this for themself..

I generally dont see things that stick in my head long.. however this image has.

the question I ask is what is the most frightening or disturbing film you have seen?

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i consider myself a lover of all things horror and all things strange.. I just watched a movie i heard about after watching the human centipede, called a serbian film. the majority is only fairly more strange and unique than mainstream horror movies. however there is a scene that takes things up a notch. ill let the curious people find this for themself..

I generally dont see things that stick in my head long.. however this image has.

the question I ask is what is the most frightening or disturbing film you have seen?

Requiem for a dream. The whole movie is just disturbing.

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i consider myself a lover of all things horror and all things strange.. I just watched a movie i heard about after watching the human centipede, called a serbian film. the majority is only fairly more strange and unique than mainstream horror movies. however there is a scene that takes things up a notch. ill let the curious people find this for themself..

I generally dont see things that stick in my head long.. however this image has.

the question I ask is what is the most frightening or disturbing film you have seen?

Just read the synopsis, sounds sick. The human centipede was probably one of the nastiest concepts concieved. The nasty part is that the procedure that was performed in the movie could be performed in real life. It's 100% medically accurate.

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the movie signs.... yes signs... you'll make fun of me but that movie had me seeing ****... making sure there was no way in my room. i was like 14 when i saw it first... i locked my bedroom door for no reason for weeks made sure there was no way you could see in my room and i was on the second floor. yea **** that movie

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yea i read the synopsis also, and no thank you to that serbian movie. even reading it was super disturbing.

most distrubing was human centipede because of the medical accuracy. you didnt have gore, but it was so accurate it just got to the bones. i heard the director is gonna do a 2nd one that makes the first one look like a kids movie. it is suppose to have 12 people this time.

oldboy was pretty sick because of the story that is revealed.

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Probably the Exorcist. I was about 10 or 11 when I saw it and cound'nt sleep for days. The Amityville Horror was up there, too, but I was a little older when I watched that so it wasn't so bad. Not much scares me nowadays, but a few films bother me. Something like Hostel, where people are just kidnapped,tortured and killed? I just don't get how people want to watch something like that for entertainment. It actually happens in the real world too much for me to enjoy it.

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The most disturbing to me is the original Funny Games, the Austrian version. I own it on dvd, but I don't care to ever watch it again.

There are alot "sicker" movies out there, like the Serbian Film described above (haven't seen it, don't want to) and the August Underground Mordum movies (watched the last one online, it was terribly boring, though disgusting), but Funny Games has always been the hardest for me to watch. Besides the one completely unrealistic scene involving a tv remote, the rest of the movie is very real. It also shows little on-screen violence, unlike the other "disturbing" movies in this genre; however, even with the minimal amount of on screen violence it is absolutely gut-wrenching.

The scariest movies I have ever seen are the Exorcist III (the first one is creepy, but the third is absolutely terrifying) and the Spanish horror film R.E.C. (it was remade in America as "Quarantine," the original Spanish version is much scarier IMO). I'm a horror aficionado, so not much scares me anymore. Those two films leave me on the edge of my seat, looking over the back of my couch every time I watch them.

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The most disturbing to me is the original Funny Games, the Austrian version. I own it on dvd, but I don't care to ever watch it again.

There are alot "sicker" movies out there, like the Serbian Film described above (haven't seen it, don't want to) and the August Underground Mordum movies (watched the last one online, it was terribly boring, though disgusting), but Funny Games has always been the hardest for me to watch. Besides the one completely unrealistic scene involving a tv remote, the rest of the movie is very real. It also shows little on-screen violence, unlike the other "disturbing" movies in this genre; however, even with the minimal amount of on screen violence it is absolutely gut-wrenching.

The scariest movies I have ever seen are the Exorcist III (the first one is creepy, but the third is absolutely terrifying) and the Spanish horror film R.E.C. (it was remade in America as "Quarantine," the original Spanish version is much scarier IMO). I'm a horror aficionado, so not much scares me anymore. Those two films leave me on the edge of my seat, looking over the back of my couch every time I watch them.

correct you are sir! REC was great. never really checked out exorcist 3. will get on that asap. have you seen pontypool? great new take on zombies. more of a "cerebral" thriller than eat some brains type zombies.

also why did i put quotes on cerebral?

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correct you are sir! REC was great. never really checked out exorcist 3. will get on that asap. have you seen pontypool? great new take on zombies. more of a "cerebral" thriller than eat some brains type zombies.

also why did i put quotes on cerebral?

Are you asking or just talking to yourself again?

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My morbid curiosity got the best of me and I read the synopsis too. Good Gawd that might be the the most horifying summary I've ever read in my life and this coming from a guy whos enjoyed novels such as American Psycho and Stephen King books.

Only exaggerating a little when I say I'd rather stick my hand on a hot stove than then see that movie visualized.

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correct you are sir! REC was great. never really checked out exorcist 3. will get on that asap. have you seen pontypool? great new take on zombies. more of a "cerebral" thriller than eat some brains type zombies.

also why did i put quotes on cerebral?

Haven't seen pontypool, I'll have to check that out, I'm a sucker for zombies.

The original Exorcist was based on William Peter Blatty's novel; however, the Exorcist II was not based on any of Blatty's work. It was an ill-fated attempt to cash in on the success of the original and flopped. The Exorcist III is based on Blatty's novel Legion, which is the sequel to his Exorcist novel; thus, it's the "true" sequel to the original movie. Blatty wanted to simply call the movie Legion, but the studio again wanted to cash in on the Exorcist name recognition.

It is an excellent movie throughout and is incredibly suspenseful throughout, unlike the original which had a long buildup. George C. Scott is great, though a bit over the top in a few scenes.

It has the single scariest scene I've ever seen in a movie, the infamous "hallway scene." It's in most every top 10 list of all-time scariest scenes that I've ever read. I know what's going to happen and it still scares me, badly.

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:lol: seemed like a good idea at the time..........in hindsight...... perhaps not. :o

there was only one scene that was baad to watch... and it cannot be unseen.

See my bestfriend is a girl with a morbid curiosity for these things and I being her subsitute date often get roped into watching movies like all 6 Saw's and the Texas chainsaw massicres. Our arrangement is simple I don't realy like these but if we smoke enough weed we can go watch them cause she loves them, and I'll tolerate them but seriously READING that movie was enough for me wtf man...

Saw 3D wasn't even that bad it was useless gore but the plot twist at the end realy made the whole entire franchise worth it that movie is un-redemable.

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:lol: seemed like a good idea at the time..........in hindsight...... perhaps not. :o

there was only one scene that was baad to watch... and it cannot be unseen.

Seroiusly man. I would never have believed it but a small part of me died just reading that off a freaking wikipedia page. A WIKIPEDIA PAGE :lol::huh: :unsure:

I don't blame you at all for being shaken by this but whoever reccomended this to you NEVER EVER TAKE THIER ADVICE AGAIN.

I know its Europe and all but I'm surprised this got made.

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I used to like the Saw series for making the viewer ask themselves "would I do this to live? But like Hostel or Teaxs Chiansaw/Hills after a while it kinda of just turned into blood porn which at least in my opinion is less scary more morbidly funny. (From the standpoint that thier either cliche' or have terrible plot/acting not from its funny to see people tourtured point-of-view.)

Give me the pyscological thriller anyday.

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My morbid curiosity got the best of me and I read the synopsis too. Good Gawd that might be the the most horifying summary I've ever read in my life and this coming from a guy whos enjoyed novels such as American Psycho and Stephen King books.

Only exaggerating a little when I say I'd rather stick my hand on a hot stove than then see that movie visualized.

Steven King is a master of horror. The movies described above just sound disgusting and sick. It's like people are trying to out-stupid one another in extreme horror and lacking any imagination. Okay, so a guy goes around effing everything in sight. His kids, his wife, his neighbor, a one-eyed guy wearing an eye patch. Throw in a four year old with Downs Syndrome and you've got the raison d'etre.

It's not imaginative or creative, it's just taking somebody else's idea and running to it's most extreme conclusion. Horror is something that shakes your understanding of the world to its core. It's seeing a real alien or watching a real Sasquatch walk through a forest. It's something that doesn't fit with our understanding of reality, and yet there it is. It literally changes everything we think we know about the "real" world. It is NOT taking things to their most extreme (and stupid) conclusions. That's unoriginal and hackish.

And for the record, Steven King's greatest work is completely outside the horror genre. The Green Mile. Stand By Me. The Dark Tower Series. Those are his greatest works and none of them are horror.

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If anyone wants to be really freaked out, watch "Fact or Faked". It's a team of movie specialists--special effects to video editing to photography--that investigate paranormal activities. They start out as skeptics, usually busting common local legends by replicating their results.

And yet, they have captured some of the most compelling paranormal videos around in legitimate, controlled, scientific settings. The video they shot of "UFO's" in the Arizona desert is some of the most compelling evidence supporting the concept of UFOs (not necessarily alien, mind you) that I've ever seen.

Great show.

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It's not the horror genre, but "Brothers" is the single most disturbing movie I've seen in my life.

My wife and I watched it while we were snowed in. When the ending credits rolled, I looked at her and said "that was awful." It's rare that a movie actually bothers me, but that one did. Big time.

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It's not the horror genre, but "Brothers" is the single most disturbing movie I've seen in my life.

My wife and I watched it while we were snowed in. When the ending credits rolled, I looked at her and said "that was awful." It's rare that a movie actually bothers me, but that one did. Big time.

the plot was not disturbing more than it was messed up to me, so i didnt even want to watch it.

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