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Old 01-29-2013, 04:21 PM   #16
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:37 PM   #17
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I still can't bear to look at picture of that clown.
The Ring was pretty scary at the time.

I was afraid of Predator and Batman when I was really really young
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Antichrist.

JUST about to post this. That fox eating itself.
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Im going with Childs play.

My sister had a large collection of porcelain dolls. lets just say they had to get moved to the basement coz i kept freaking out every time i walked passed one.
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:46 PM   #21
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Default Re: What's the scariest or most disturbing movie you've ever watched?

American History X is a good choice. Great movie, but disturbing. One of the few I still find disturbing as a grown man. Serpico is up there for completely different reasons. I've always been disturbed at the gang mentality of cops, and that an honest cop couldn't be trusted purely because he was honest, and eventually was nearly killed. There are scenes in some gangster movies I still find pretty disturbing such as how Joe Pesci is killed at the end of Casino.

As far as horror, well, the original Texas Chainsaw massacre was pretty twisted to me, and made me feel uneasy when I was younger, same with the original Halloween and the Exorcist(I saw it when I was very young, and was initially raised Catholic....not strict Catholic, but I did at that age assume that sort of thing was real)

Tightrope with Clint Eastwood was actually a pretty weird movie to watch as a kid.

Edit: I watched the remake of The Thing with Kurt Russell when I was 4-5 years old with my father, and that scared me quite a bit at the time, particularly the ending.

Horror movies haven't scared me or disturbed me since I was very young, though I still enjoy them.

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It was scary as hell when I watched it as a kid, but much less now. As with all "monster" movies I guess.

The Exorcist was hilarious to me.
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Not scary but most disturbing is Takashi Miike's Visitor Q.
Incest, breast milk, murder, etc no surprise the director is from Japan.
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:02 PM   #24
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Default Re: What's the scariest or most disturbing movie you've ever watched?

Jumpy Scenes (i admit it i'm a puccy when it comes to getting startled easily )

Shining of course you know the drill.

In Sinister, the last scene with the lawnmower when it runs over the guy and it screams.

In Paranormal Activity 2, the scene with the rotating camera in the kitchen or in the 3rd one with the old ladies coming out of nowhere lol.

In Evil Dead 2, probably the whole deer on the wall laughing part. Sh!t made me look at those singing basses like they had life

In Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original) about 3/4 of the way through when you're waiting

In Straqngers (disgrace of a movie) probably the part where they're just all around the house.. sh!t ending.

Blair Witch where they see the forest signs.

In Boy Meets World where they have the Feeny has scissors stuck on his back and tehy look at the camera and BAM the monster runs across the background

Jaws, the anticipation.

A few of the werewlve flicks.

Any of those scenes where they look at the door and the motherf*kker stares at you through the keyhole fukkin never gets old.

In the Grudge 2 that scene where they're sitting on the bench and then the two girls transform into having blue skin.. also the dark room scene with the photographs.

Jurassic Park velociraptor in the kitchen was kinda adrenaline-spiky as well lol.

Any of those scenes where the vilain is in plain sight and then it reappears behind them.

EL ORFANATO the f*cking part where she follows the retard boy into the kitchen and he slams her hand and bites her.. and when she goes un dos tres tocoa el pared.


Eerie, mindraping scenes:
The humming theme played after The Ring, that really weird soothing song after they realize "evil never rests."

Stephen King's It.. the concept of somethin gforever engraving itself into your mind and staying there.


Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom:.. the Child abuse was pretty sad to watch from the Thuggee Cult.

Exorcist Last Stand: When the woman gives birth to the baby and it's filled iwth maggots.. Yuck.

Hellraiser had a scene where she was slipping off the ksin off her back.




Disturbing Scenes
Creep.. that British movie underground where they're performing surgery.

Human Centipede.

Elephant Man.

Audition.. whole thing.

Cannibal Holocaust.. just the thought of certain people being like that.

Pink Flamingos.. gross.

Natural Born Killers.. They had these weird azz anime snippets where there's a big buff guy with a ponytail (woody harrelsons character) being chased by this little anime kitty cat.. Weird..

Caligula and Salo.

Hostel 2. So disturbingly bad and try hard

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Old 01-29-2013, 06:16 PM   #25
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:24 PM   #26
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Jumpy Scenes (i admit it i'm a puccy when it comes to getting startled easily )


In Boy Meets World where they have the Feeny has scissors stuck on his back and tehy look at the camera and BAM the monster runs across the background


That totally brings me back! I watched that episode with my cuzins and we all jumped!

Another jumpy scene was in Excorcist III where the nurse goes and locks the door then turns around to walk away and this KKK looking thing with sheers tags her

Has anyone seen Open Water? I have never come across a scene so disturbing ever. It makes you re-evaluate yourself as a person
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:45 PM   #27
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Jacob's Ladder.
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:52 PM   #28
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Serpico is up there for completely different reasons. I've always been disturbed at the gang mentality of cops, and that an honest cop couldn't be trusted purely because he was honest, and eventually was nearly killed.

I live very close to that building where Serpico got shot. I was talking with a guy at a bar once and we were talking about NYC movies and I mentioned that and this other guy three stools down turns around and mentions he lives in that people and his roommate became kind of obsessed with that fact. He said he eventually ended up having a phone call with Serpico from Switzerland, I think.

That sort of thing in NYC goes back to The Gangs of New York days. Corruption was so organized that you had to bribe someone to be a cop. There was even a set schedules of bribes.
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The Mail and Express reported appointment as a patrolman cost $300, promotion to sergeant, $1,400, and advancement to captain, $14,000. Policemen made back their investments by taking bribes.

If you want to know more about the Serpico days, I recommend two books.
This one is about David Durk. He was the guy Tony Roberts played in the movie and he was much more important to the case than the movie makes out. This one examines crime in New York in 60's through three people, one a innocent black guy framed by the cops, another who is a gang member who joins and eventually gets into a war with The Black Panthers and the third is a thoroughly corrupt cop who joined the force to steal and was eventually the big witness in Knapp Commission hearings. He was a more imporant witness than Serpico, because cops wouldn't keep things from him, since he was dirty himself. Here's a clip of him testifying before the Knapp Commission. Check out how the old-school pixelation technology! Black marker, baby!
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:55 PM   #29
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A non-horror film that disturbed me and has not yet been mentioned: Kids.

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Old 01-29-2013, 07:07 PM   #30
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I thought Blair Witch was hilarious until the final 10 minutes, then when it ended I thought "oh f*ck".
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