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Most disturbing movie ever

dusty

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Might be a strange choice but I'm going to have to go with Eyes Wide Shut.
 

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Two Girls, One Cup.

This little arthouse film features one of the most disturbing scenes in all of modern film. It will scare the crap out of you.
 

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Blue Velvet​
 

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Originally Posted by Davidko19
Two Girls, One Cup.

Just wait 'til you see Edmorel's "director's cut"...
 

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Originally Posted by dusty
Might be a strange choice but I'm going to have to go with Eyes Wide Shut.

This is interesting. Care to explain?
I am under the impression that most people who saw it didn't "get" EWS. Or maybe it just made them uncomfortable when they did. I don't really know. Its a fascinating movie to me, either way and I enjoy it a lot. Might actually be one of my favorite Kubrick films, to tell you the truth. And I don't even like Tom Cruise.
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Gummo or Kids. I can't decide which. Also, Cannibal Holocaust was pretty bad as well - the vaginal impalement did it for me.
 

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"Cannibal Holocaust" - was this the one where the live turtle gets smashed to death. Like they crush its shell to kill it?

The Guinea Pig movies are some seriously fucked ****.

Ichi didnt disturb me at all.

Tetsuo the Iron Man, left me feeling a little weird but in a "WTF was that?!" kinda way

Requiem For a Dream was disturbing.

The Vengeance Series by Chan Wook Park were all very good, slightly disturbing, but ultimately entertaining.

Dead or Alive - the Yakuza Boss dumping a ladle of ****/water on that cracked out girl was pretty gross.
 

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Aloha Scooby-Doo, as well as Land Before Time IX, Journey to Big Water
 

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To give you a taste of the savagery of Land Before Time IX, Journey to Big Water, read the synopsis written by Lynn Gibson posted on Amazon.com:

In this ninth installment in The Land Before Time series, a cast of spirited, young dinosaurs explores the familiar emotion of loneliness and the need to belong. Torrential rains have turned the Great Valley into an unfamiliar landscape, causing Littlefoot to feel lonely. "You are only as alone as you choose to be," his grandfather tells him. The flood has transported new swimming creatures into the valley, including a playful porpoise named Mo who quickly befriends Littlefoot. Yet Mo must return to his home in the Big Water and so, against parental wishes, Littlefoot and pals escort Mo on an adventurous journey back to the sea. Danger ensues, including "earthshakes" and "sharptooths," while the courageous group grapples with questions of loyalty and friendship. The strengths of the series have not been diluted; its stories continue to captivate using beautiful animation and lively music. Six original tunes make for finger-snapping fun for the younger set.
 

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Originally Posted by Davidko19
Two Girls, One Cup.

This little arthouse film features one of the most disturbing scenes in all of modern film. It will scare the crap out of you.


look up putrid sex object and youll say that two girls one cup was nothing
 

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Originally Posted by ratboycom
"Cannibal Holocaust" - was this the one where the live turtle gets smashed to death. Like they crush its shell to kill it?

They killed a live turtle in the film by cutting off it's appendages and then head, then ripping the shell open. It's pretty disturbing. They also kill a small monkey in the film.
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Ironically enough the "censored" version of the film omits about 15 seconds of real footage of executions by firing squad. It's not nearly as graphic as the animal violence but that is what they decided to cut out of USA releases of the film.

Also - if you've ever heard of Cannibal Ferox, it's basically a blatant knockoff of Cannibal Holocaust with worse acting and a lower budget. They hurt animals in this film too
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It took me decades to recover from the fright Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn produced in Seems Like Old Times.
 

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One guy, one jar.

In a world where one man is alone. The only thing he has...is his JAR.

This movie deals with the identity issues that we all have and can relate to and one mans quest to "break through" his jar and discovering the true beauty of shattering those inhibitions. I recommend checking it out.
 

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