Has a movie scene ever disturbed you?
nah, they're movies. watching exorcist at a young age wasn't a good idea. Also a year ago i took like 7 hits of morphine and watched The Shining at 4am... but nothing that's stayed with me
I think it's in Cannibal holocaust where the actors actually kill a turtle and eat it like fucking savages. It really was too real for me. I mean, I wouldn't have a problem killing an animal and making food out of it, but to smear its blood and shit all over yourself as you chew on it? No thanks.
A Serbian film was weird because it mixed sex and violence in a very disturbing way.
Men Behind the Sun and Philosophy of A Knife. Both about japanese medical experiments in ww2. I guess they disturbed me because the Japanese scientists were never punished. They traded their knowledge for immunity from prosecution.
Think the movie 's called Cannibal Holocaust. In the movie they're filming a documentary about a cannibal tribe and decide to make the documentary a bit more interesting by themselves...
In the film, they are making a documentary. The native tribe is boring, so they do horrible shit to provoke them. This girl was raped earlier on in the film by the camera people. The tribe killed her because her virginity was taken. Then the film makers filmed the aftermath, and pretended to be horrified.
I was disturbed by some scenes in this movie
I normally would write this shit off as bullshit but considering McCharty's policy of "the clean slate" and not punishing war criminals at all this just might be true. To be honest he made the right decision but justice would have been letting the emperor dangle from a lamp post. Are they worth a watch or are they just a gorefest?
He's talking about the same movie a bit more in detail:
They're raping and killing the cannibals, then filming the victims to display how violent those cannibals are.
As I'm thinking about it, the movie might as well be Guinea Pigs. I keep confusing those.
Dope fucking soundtrack though: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8mGkct3oys
"man behind the sun" fucking scared me for life and made me lost faith in humanity, specially the scene with the cat but specially the scene with the frostbite
The drill scene in Pi.
Way more disturbing than in let's say Hostel for some reason
Saw the Murrican remake a while back, what in the fuck were they thinking?
It's literally called A Serbian Film, there's even a fucking IMDb page for that shit...
why haven't you guys watched noroi? it's pretty fucking disgusting like everything that comes from japan.
Cannibal Holocaust and I Spit on your Grave. The last one fucked some shit up for me, I have PTSD from multiple rape. That movie reminded me of everything during, and at the end, I just never felt so much justice in my life. I wished I was in that tree smiling with her.
I need to buy me some lye.
The Bear. I almost had a hearth attack when these eyes popped up in the screen.
I was 7 btw.
Well being the fag I am I have only Cryed watching 2 movies the first was the green mile when he started singing while he was about to get executed and the other was Click by Adam sandler when he was running out the hospital or some shit
AT ITS A MOVIE IBE LIKE FACE NOW BE TO IT FOR THE HA
Irreversible. The scene where that guy gets his head caved in with a fire extinguisher in the basement of that gay club.
When i was 14 /b/23 now i awoke to a movie and what looked like an asian man and woman both seemed to be blind and in the dark on some giant piece of architecture they were like cutting each others limbs of and mutilating one another ??? What could it be???
Batman & Robin (1997)
>the whole fucking movie.
My childhood ended while watching that. It was during that movie that I realized that adults can be extremely fucking stupid. I mean, how can so many adults not know that they were creating such a shit movie?
I almost had to stop the movie at this scene.
Fun fact: That was a real turtle they ate in Cannibal Holocaust.
All animals that were harmed in that movie were real. In fact, they often had to do double takes where they needed to kill another of the same animal.
>Wife and I go see Last House on the Left, midnight feature
>Digging the plot until 40m in
>10 minute murder/rape scene
>Walked out, along with at least 8 other couples
Went to take my lady on a nice date, we like the occasional horror/thriller. We didn't want to see some Directors sick murder/rape fantasy manifest before an audience of disgusted people.
They could have done a 2m scene and the point would have come across. It was gratuitous. If I wanted gore porn I'd hop on /b/.
Honestly people who walk out of movies because they're offended is pretty fucking funny.
I wasn't even really offended, I just didn't pay 14$ to watch a 10 minute rape/snuff film. I have better things to do with my time and money, and if I wanted gore porn I'd view it on /b/ for free.
I saw that with my dad when that came out.
Im 19 now so I was like 14 or some shit.
I dont remember that being bad at all.
It was rape. I was just like, "woah rape is bad"
ARE U ANGRY THEY ARE MAKING RAPE LOOK LIKE A BAD THING? U RAPIST U WANT PEOPLE TO GROW UP THINKING RAPE IS OKAY U SICKO?
> kek'd so much at newborn porn.
But offended enough to leave? Sounds pretty offended to me.
I can't remember what the movie was, but years ago when I was about 10ish, I fell asleep watching some movie and when I woke up, it was a scene of some black guy repeatedly stabbing someone who was laying in a hospital bed. The scene sort of started as the camera panned in. I freaked out and every time I think of it I get goose bumps. Which is weird, considering the shit I look at on here now and am not even phased by. I can't recall the movie and haven't seen it since.
Seen a shitload of disturbing movies after reading one of these awesome threads. This movie was my kryptonite though, it really fucked me up. Moreso than Serbian Film, Martyrs, and many others.
Alien Abduction scene in "Fire In The Sky"
Just the atmosphere had me reeling when I was a kid. Couldn't sleep for weeks after seeing it
why? It looks pretty fun
PS: Nice trips, jesus
seriously tho. three 777's in the same thread. What does it mean?
That scene in Antichrist where she knocks him out by hitting his dick, then jerks him off and makes him cum blood.
got pretty russled when i was fairly young when i watched a scene from a tv show where a woman was suffocated in an alley with a plastic bag that had a smiley face on it.
I guess it freaked me out when i heard those bloodcurdling screams and saw her apparent struggle yet i still associated the smiley with happiness
being abducted, tortured, raped..it's my worst nightmare
I was gonna say Grotesque but that came out in 2009 so I guess it doesn't match up. Pic related tho it's pretty fucked up.
even the dark times have their highlights
When I was 6 (23 years ago) I watched some horror or monster movie, it fucking terrified me. I wish I could see it again for giggles but I have no idea of the name.
I remember two people on a small boat fishing up a weird hand (monster hand or victim hand?)
Some tunnels where you only see the monster's shadow.
At some point I think they fight the monster with electricity cables hanging from a destroyed ceiling
Maybe a japanese movie like Godzilla, maybe not
more insane shit gets posted on this board then any contemporary film ive ever seen, fictional or based on real events. seriously, that nigger who put a cat in a bird cage and lit it on fire in a rekt thread A, needs to go to hell, and B, needs to go to hell. thats the worst thing ive ever seen in my life. not stupid art house snuff films...
never saw the first ISOYG. only the second. the movie is basically an hour of this girl being raped and a half hour of her getting revenge.
cattle prod to the uterus. haha
not sure if related but while watching... i think it was... last house on the left, with my girlfriend it was so hard not to boner on her during the ten minute rape scene. I think i also boner'd on her during the sex scene of splice. because reasons. ha
Yeah anon, I can handle rekt threads because it's either the result of stupidity or just random dangers of just living. Plus I find it interesting, I don't get off on it or laugh. But I can't handle animal cruelty, hurting things for the simple reason to be sadistic. Don't like the isis stuff either.
Saw one here by accident of them setting a dog on fire, hope the stupid kids die a horrible long death like cancer of the anus.
Me and a buddy watched bloodsport with Jean Claude van Damm which is a solid martial-arts movie btw
But then we saw the sequel Bloodsport 4 was on Netflix and decided to give that a try and that goes down as the most disturbing
>most disturbing is the fact that a movie that was so utterly shitty was able to get made. I mean like how did the director or someone just not walk off set in the middle of filming
>second most disturbing thing is how I sat and watched the entirety of that piece of shit movie. I thought I had more self respect
I was about 5 or 6 and we had rented Night of the Living Dead 2. That movie terrified the living shit out of me. I think it was mostly the milky white eyes of the zombies. I had to leave the room and was actually shivering in terror.
3 scenes in contemporary films have made me wince. the curb scene in american history x, the piano wire finale of audition and the bottle murder scene in pans labyrinth. oh and the stabbing scene in zodiac caught me off guard.
the only thing about cannibal holocaust that distubred me was the animal killings because they actually killed them in real life.. the monkey getting scalped and the turtle being gutted down to the shell and all the other animals, it just kinda got to me
the rest of the movie is pretty boring and stupid
also i've seen a serbian film and that movie's pretty boring as well, a newborn baby gets fucked and a guy is forced to fuck his dead son, and he does this all while watching his wife get fucked by his brother right next to him in the same bed, and that's pretty much it
Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer, I remember my dad had the vcr when I was like 6 or 7 years old (maybe younger?) and he used to watch it all the time, even though I have watched it since and think it is an awesome movie I still remember how much the strangling the family part shocked me