I was playing around on imbd the other day and came across the description for a film called the Human Centipede. I haven't even seen this film and
just the description and reviews have made me feel yuck.
Disturbing films I have seen? Last House on the Left - the only film I have had to switch off and then I gave the tape away so I would never have to
see it again... Salo was pretty bad...
Freaked me out... Anything with the bloody London underground does though (remember that scene in American werewolf in London?)
Also.. I know it's not a film, but there was an episode of Space 1999 which was on British daytime tv in 1976 (I was 6 at the time) called 'Dragon's
Domain'.. I had nightmares about it for ages and it's actually funny to see poeple in my age bracket making comments on it on youtube about how it
frightened them to death..
Check out Admiral Ozzel from Empire strikes back getting munched up..
Check this video out and imagine being 6 years old watching it (I can never get youtube vids to work on here!!)
Heard of a movie called "A siberian film" tonight, didn't see it but read the plot on wiki. No film has ever made me feel so much hate for Humanity
until now! Sometimes I think people should be arrested on thought alone!
For me it was a 1973 movie recently remade for big screen named "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark". The reason being is that it is based on a boarded up
house/mansion I used to play in as a kid. At the time I did not know the history of the house but I do now. You can watch the original movie here...
ahhh a clockwork orange I love that film as you can see from my avatar, but don’t frighten me or disgust me it’s just pure art. Big fan of Stanley
Kubrick.. I refuse to watch the saws because of the cringe factor and hostel was pretty disturbing for me I must say, the bit....... blugh.. :-)
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