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Top 10: the most disturbing horror flicks

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posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 03:21 AM
The worst I've seen is Sal o le 120 giornate di Sodoma. I stopped watching it after about an hour. It is really sick.

I've also heard that some parts of Un Chien Andalou are pretty scary, but that film is impossible to get anywhere. It was released in 1928.

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 09:51 AM
Well the worst i saw recently was Tell Me Something a Korean movie.

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 09:52 AM
Scary foreign horror movies I've seen:
Audition, from Japan -- starts out really normal but gets really really sick
Eyes Without A Face -- older French film about face transplants...which they actually show

I always wanted to see Demons & the Dario Argento films but I've been warned that they might be too much for my delicate constitution...maybe one day...

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 10:11 AM

Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
Try Meet The Feebles for something completely different.

HA! I thought I was the only one to find that monstrosity. Muppets with heroin addictions are cool!

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 10:33 AM
American Gothic, 1988

posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 10:36 AM
I can't believe anyone seen Cannibal Holocaust? Any oldy in the place?

M.A., you walking-encylopedia, you haven't seen that? (j/k)

posted on Jun, 26 2004 @ 07:01 PM
Disturbing? Try a little film called "Aftermath". It's a short film about a morgue worker who falls in love with a corpse. Post autopsy, they consumate their relationship. Really graphic.

Henry, Portrait of a serial killer was pretty disturbing too.

posted on Jun, 27 2004 @ 09:38 AM
I don' watch alot of horror, but The Shining was very disturbing for me. The little girls, the music, the overall creepy-ness of the hotel. Its a great pyscholgical horro thriller. Pyscho-thrillers are very good, some very scary.

Slashers like Nightmare on Elm Street,Haloween,Friday the 13 are'nt scary fo me at least. I find them funny rather than scary.

Zombies I can no longer do, I hate zombie movies ever since Dawn of the Dead which got me good. Though The Evild Dead series are still great to watch

Se7en was'nt exactly horror but it was slightly disturbing. I heard that the orginal Texas Chain Saw Massacre was disturbing but never saw it.

The Thing was great, its not that scary but the gore is great and try to imagine yourself in that situation as Mcready.

posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 03:43 PM
Yeah I definitely think Texas Chainsaw Massacre should be way up there. Especially since the footage of the police investigation at the beginning and end was real, actual footage. Simply disturbing.

Signs could have made it up there if the ending was worked on quite a bit. I was highly disappointed when they showed the alien full body. It totally ruined the horror.


posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 10:59 AM
Hello all!
Let's are mine:
Exorsist-I too saw this at a young age, I think about 5 the first time, and have only watched it once since then. Guess my childhood fears of this movie have carried over into adulthood.
Don't laugh, but the Blair Witch Project. I even read everything about it before it came out, knowing full well that it was all a fraud. But that night after watching the movie I could not sleep, I was scared that bad. Something about fear of the unknown, I guess.
About a week later I was out jogging at about 4:30 in the AM alone in my neighborhood. Well, my home bordered a section of woods, and as I ran by the woods, I heard the same sound in the trees on the movie. Needless to say I was scared s***less!!! Just one more thing to add to the fear of the movie!! LOL!
The second one didn't bother me one iota though!!
I saw a Japanese movie many years ago (can't recall the name) that was pretty scary! I still think about it to this day!

That's all I can think of, for now!

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 01:25 PM

Originally posted by m0rbid
I can't believe anyone seen Cannibal Holocaust? Any oldy in the place?

I saw it a long time ago (early-mid 80's). As well as Cannibal Ferox. There where also rumours of them being snuff-movies, which was obviously not true.

In those days I was really into Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento-flicks. As I remeber it, New York Ripper was pretty disturbing.

I've also seen Sal. Not for the weak at heart; pretty gross.

Personally I've always loved The Exorcist. It still works.

[Edited on 20-7-2004 by Durden]

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 01:55 PM
I heard about Canibal Holocaust, is supposed to be this ultra bloody violent gory, kill fest.

Its not really horror, but I heard that Caligula is supposed to be a very disturbing movie with its graphic depictions of sex, which inculde besitality, necropihilla, incest and other bizarre acts, and this scene of a head clipping machine. I'll probally never see it, but its supposed to be disturbing.

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 02:15 PM
Wasn't Cannibal Holocaust the film that actually killed animals for real? Many people also thought the human killings were real (snuff).

I have not seen it though, supprisingly my local library stock it! So I may rent it out one day.

I am not scared of horror movies at all these days... I used to be scared of the Freddy films when I was about 8, but only because I was young - (you know the age, wondering whether or not something like that *could* happen, lol)

I have been numbed... I have watched horror films since I was 7. Things that still disturb me are cattle/human multilations - as they are very real - so is frightening.

I personally agree with what Alice Cooper says - "A good horror movie, is a great comedy".

The original Texas Chainsaw Mssacre is a really good film - can be really disturbing, especially since it's more 'real' than other horror films (It could quite possibly, and has - happened).

If people want to read up on a real case... Read up on Ed Gein. He did things the Leatherface family did, what Hannibal Lector did, amongst other things. Very disturbing.

posted on Jul, 24 2004 @ 02:55 AM
The only films I can think of that really did disturb me as an adult were The Haunting (the original)
28 Days Later (I re-checked all the doors and windows before I went to bed.)
And a short 15 minute film they showed on chanel 4 in the UK called Drip, absolutley had the hair on my neck standing up by the end.

Films like Cannibal Holocuast are disturbing more for presenting over the top gore and violence as entertainment. That's very frightening.

posted on Jul, 24 2004 @ 12:22 PM
I've seen a lot of horror movies. I wouldn't be able to rate 10 of them.

But the movie I was most scared of was Nightmare on Elm Street (the first one).

posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 01:10 PM
I dont watch alot of horror flicks but the one that sticks out in my mind and itsnt really much of a horror movie. But IT pretty muchly scared me for life....oh the newest version of Texas Chainsaw masacare got to me also. It disturbed me..wasnt really scary but it did get to me..:/


posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 01:59 PM
I agree with ubermunchie (nice name)
on The Haunting (original)

ive seen most scary sick films
but that one really scared me to the point i couldent
be in the house alone

and still i get nightmares where im in the house alone
and things arnt quite right

also the other really scarry one was

amytaville not the first one

the one with the young man in his twentys
and it has that rifle spinning round in the air

please could u tell me which one it was?

posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 02:34 PM

Originally posted by TrentReznor
amytaville not the first one

the one with the young man in his twentys
and it has that rifle spinning round in the air

please could u tell me which one it was?

I think you mean Amityville II: The Possession from 1982. That one had a few disturbing scenes...

posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 03:19 PM
Amityville II: The Possession

yes that would be it .

i'll have to find a copy so i can freak my self out
even more so

posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 03:41 PM
that wasen't the haunting i was thinking about.

there was another film
made in the 70's or 80's

the haunted or the haunting

i just looked on amazon and its not there.

i did here this film was banned, can any one tell me what it is

and it wasent about any mansion, it was a normal house

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