Saturday, August 4, 2012

Most Disturbing Horror Movies


 Most Disturbing Horror Movies


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TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a crude list (arranged by year) of some of the most shocking and disturbing horror films ever made. It goes without question that this list is definitely not for the faint of heart -- but if you have a strong stomach and are a fan of plain out gross and sick stuff (sadism, masochism, vomitting, self mutilation ... etc), than a list like this is probably the right thing for you (though I'd recommend seeking professional help). 

The list will continue to be modified and updated as we continue to find more movies that we believe are worthy of being added. 



Torture Porn, Home Invasions, Asian Cat III films, Sadism, Masochism, Self Mutilation, Rape, Sodomy and more ... 

**Special Note** -- Most of the movies on this list are repulsive, vile, and detestable ... with a few of them having the reputation of being some of the most offensive and heinous films ever made. We aren't in any way advocating or recommending these films to people looking for good, normal, disturbing movies to watch. Most of the films on this list are for the horror extremist who thought movies like Saw and Hostel weren't gruesome enough.  

It can be argued whether some of the movies on the list are actually disturbing enough to belong on the list (some are obviously harder to stomach than others) ... nevertheless, with versatility in mind, we've done are best to include some of the extremely difficult ones to sit through, as well as some of the ones that are a bit more easy to endure
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Disclaimer

Not all of the movies on the list, in our opinion, are actually good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!
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In this cult horror favorite from twisted writer-director Wes Craven, a pair of repulsive, sadistic escaped convicts kidnap, rape, torture and murder two teenage girls -- but the criminals have picked the wrong teens to victimize. One of the girls' parents, not content with turning to the law, set out to exact an equally brutal revenge on the vicious murderers, who are hiding out in the family's home. 

Director: Wes Craven
Unrated
84 mins
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With the title of "Filthiest Person Alive" at stake, Babs Johnson, her degenerate son and dim-bulb mother face stiff competition from the vile Marble clan in an unbridled assault on every taboo in the book.

Director: John Waters 
NC-17
93 mins


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Director Tobe Hooper's horror classic is a gruesome reminder that a movie need not be complicated to scare the daylights out of viewers. Sally (Marilyn Burns), her wheelchair-bound brother (Paul A. Partain) and their friends travel to a vandalized graveyard to see if their grandfather's remains are intact. En route, they come upon chainsaw-wielding maniac Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), and it's a fight to the bloody death between good and evil.

Director: Tobe Hooper
R-Rated
84 mins
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Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma (original title)

This deeply disturbing movie updates a work by the Marquis de Sade and portrays the fate of 18 Italian youths who are kidnapped by Nazis. Held in a remote palace, they must endure endless sexual and other humiliations and are then sentenced to die. Pier Palo Pasolini directs this provocative film, which stars Paolo Bonacelli and Giorgio Cataldi. This movie includes intensely graphic material.

Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini 
Not-Rated
116 mins

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Among the most notorious cult films in American history, Snuff is famous for promoting the urban legend of the "snuff" film. In reality, it's an Argentinean exploitation film loosely based on the Sharon Tate murder. The film follows the exploits of a bearded man named Satan who leads a gang of biker chicks in a series of killings.

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80 mins
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A collection of death scenes, ranging from TV-material to home-made super-8 movies The common factor is death by some means.

Director: John Alan Schwartz
Not-Rated
105 mins
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When writer Jenny Hill (Camille Keaton) rents a remote cabin, she's surprised to find the locals far too friendly. But what follows is decidedly unpleasant: After being violated and left for dead, Hill goes on her own spree of killing, mutilation and castration. Director Meir Zarchi's chilling revenge movie has the dubious honor of containing one of the longest and most violent gang-rape scenes on film.

Director: Meir Zarchi
R-Rated
100 mins

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Censored in several countries for its gratuitous violence, this controversial faux documentary from director Ruggero Deodato presents footage from a team of New York University filmmakers mysteriously lost in the Amazon jungle. The film, allegedly recovered by Professor Harold Moore, reveals the deplorable treatment of a tribe of suspected South American cannibals and, ultimately, the fate of the crew that initially set out to film the natives.

Director: Ruggero Deodato
Unrated
96 mins


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This installment of the horror series depicts a slaying similar to samurai executioners' brutal killings in 16th-century Japan. Graphic evidence of a young female's dismemberment are sent to an artist in this gory and unnerving docudrama.

Director: Hideshi Hino 
Not-Rated
42 mins


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One of the most notorious films of the 1980s still terrifies. Serial killer Henry serves as mentor to dim-witted fellow killer Otis and as the object of his sister's affections. Trouble is, Henry's heart is too hard for friendship to penetrate. Disturbing, chilling and full of knockout power, this cult classic includes a half-hour interview with writer-director John McNaughton. 

Director: John McNaughton
R-Rated
83 mins
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Tras el cristal (original title)

Legendary Spanish director Agusti Villaronga's chilling drama tells the story of Klaus (Gunter Meisner), an ex-Nazi pedophile who becomes drawn into a sick new game in the second chapter of his life. Klaus's guilt over his actions leads him to a suicide attempt. He survives but remains paralyzed from the neck down. When his wife hires Angelo (David Sust) to take care of him, it soon becomes clear the handsome young nurse has his own agenda.

Director: Agustí Villaronga 
Not-Rated
101 mins

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A street sweeper who cleans up after grisly accidents brings home a full corpse for him and his wife to enjoy sexually, but is dismayed to see that his wife prefers the corpse over him.

Director: Jörg Buttgereit 
Not-Rated
75 mins


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Hei tai yang 731 (original title)

Japanese troops round up Chinese and Russian prisoners of war and take them to a place called Squadron 731, where they are grotesquely tortured and experimented on to test new biological weapons.

Director: Tun Fei Mou 
Not-Rated
105 mins


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Creation, God and Mother Earth get the gore treatment in director E. Elias Merhige's highly controversial film. Teeming with surrealistic images and told without dialogue, the allegorical story opens with a white-robed deity disemboweling himself. From the entrails emanates a new spirit who impregnates herself from the carcass -- but calamity awaits her and her offspring. Definitely not for the squeamish, the film is shot in grainy black-and-white.

Director: E. Elias Merhige 
Not-Rated
78 mins


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Follows the same pattern of the other Faces of Death movies. In this one we see many staged and not so staged looking deaths ranging from bungee jumping accidents and magic tricks gone bad.

Not-Rated
90 mins
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Nekeddo burâddo: Megyaku (original title)

Aspiring scientist Eiji (Sadao Abe) concocts an amazing painkiller in this over-the-top orgy of blood and eroticism from cult filmmaker Hisayasu Sato. Wanting to test his potion, he secretly slips it to three young women undergoing experiments conducted by his scientist mother. The drug turns pain into sexual pleasure, and, as the substance infuses their bodies, the women start hurting themselves in increasingly intense acts of self-mutilation.

Director: Peter Greenaway
Not-Rated
122 mins
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Modern-day cannibalism is more like a disease du jour in this tale of Parisian seductress Coré, a woman with a cerebral malady that forces her to combine libido and appetite. A chance encounter with a honeymooning American husband who suffers the same affliction leads to a gory rampage. Vincent Gallo and Beatrice Dalle star in this gruesome yet stylish thriller that explores the link between unchecked sexual urges and society's moral decay.

Director: Claire Denis
Not-Rated
101 mins
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Two morgue workers get their kicks by performing unspeakable acts on corpses in the disturbing horror tale Aftermath, one of two spine-tingling films from Spanish director Nacho Cerda starring Pep Tosar. The second feature, Genesis, centers on a sculptor who's unable to deal with the tragic death of his beautiful wife. As the artist sculpts a lifelike statue of his beloved, eerie things begin happening to both the statue -- and its creator.

Director: Nacho Cerdà
Not-Rated
30 mins
(Short Film)
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Nekeddo burâddo: Megyaku (original title)

Aspiring scientist Eiji (Sadao Abe) concocts an amazing painkiller in this over-the-top orgy of blood and eroticism from cult filmmaker Hisayasu Sato. Wanting to test his potion, he secretly slips it to three young women undergoing experiments conducted by his scientist mother. The drug turns pain into sexual pleasure, and, as the substance infuses their bodies, the women start hurting themselves in increasingly intense acts of self-mutilation.

Director: Hisayasu Sato
Not-Rated
76 mins
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An affluent German family is settling into their lakeside vacation home when a young man named Peter (Frank Giering) comes to the door asking to borrow eggs. Anna (Susanne Lothar) is alone in the house while her husband (Ulrich Muhe) and son (Stefan Clapczynski) are off swimming. A friend (Arno Frisch) soon joins Peter, and when Anna's men return, the pair takes the family hostage and begins to play sadistic games in this disturbing thriller.

Director: Michael Haneke
Not-Rated
104 mins

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A bittersweet film that belies its title, Happiness is not for the squeamish, drawing a dark portrait of a supremely dysfunctional family in which each member battles personal demons amid plotlines involving pederasts and masturbation. Stories concern a prank telephone caller (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who's afraid of women and a preternaturally cheerful woman (Jane Adams) who's unable to make a physical connection.

Director: Todd Solondz 
NC-17
134 mins


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Seul contre tous (original title)

Philippe Nahon stars as an unnamed butcher teetering on the edge of hopelessness in this disturbing drama directed by Gaspar Noé. Just released from prison, the butcher struggles to find employment but is met with one closed door after another. Angry and frustrated, he lashes out at those around him with horrific force, aching to be heard. The film took home the Critics Week Award at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.

Director: Gaspar Noé 
Not-Rated
93 mins

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Director Takashi Miike fashions an explosive drama in Audition. Shigeharu Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi) has lived as a widower for too long and decides it's time to marry again. But how will he find a wife? When a friend suggests he hold a fake audition to pick the right woman, he takes him up on it -- only to realize that his choice may be a better actress than he bargained for.

Director: Takashi Miike 
Unrated
115 mins
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A young woman named Clara is captured by a serial killer named Leonard who records his “life story” by keeping a scrapbook of his many victims. In addition to adhering Polaroids, scraps of clothing, and other small trophies to the pages, Leonard has forced his victims to personally write in the scrapbook about their individual ordeals. Clara is beaten, raped, starved, and locked up like an animal, filthy and naked. She is forced to write in the scrapbook, adding her agony to the pages. She soon realizes that her only hope for survival is to manipulate Leonard through her writings in his cherished scrapbook.

Director: Eric Stanze 
Not-Rated
95 mins
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Bijitâ Q (original title)

Visitor Q is a disturbing and taboo-bashing experimental work from acclaimed director Takashi Miike (Dead or Alive). The film presents a harrowing, absurdist take on the phenomenon of reality TV, depicting the chilling disintegration of a family. Starring Kenichi Endo, Visitor Q seals Miike's reputation as one of the world's most daring and dangerous cinematic visionaries.

Director: Takashi Miike 
R-Rated
84 mins
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Five college friends head off to the woods for a weekend of drinking, partying and fooling around. But as they sit at their campfire the first night, a blood-soaked hermit with a flesh-eating virus approaches them. They shoo him away, but the hapless kids start to catch the bug, and paranoia and hostility run rampant. Meanwhile, the locals slowly learn that they've got the bug, too. Eli Roth (Hostel) directs.

Director: Eli Roth
R-Rated
92 mins


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Dans ma peau (original title)

When she receives deep lesions to her leg after a fall, Esther (Marina de Van) becomes obsessed with her wounds. At first, the obsession is innocent, comparable to a body-image issue, but soon she's harming herself more destructively. Esther's boyfriend (Laurent Lucas) becomes justifiably disturbed and outraged but can't understand what she's going through, which causes her to delve further into despair and her destructive pattern.

Director: Marina de Van 
Not-Rated
93 mins

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Irréversible (original title)

This French thriller chronicles the unspeakable horror of rape and the aftermath of revenge. When a woman is brutally violated, her angered boyfriend and ex-boyfriend team up to track down the rapist and take justice into their own hands. Albert Dupontel, Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci star, and Gaspar Noé (I Stand Alone) directs. Nominated for the Golden Palm Award at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.

Director: Gaspar Noé 
Not-Rated
97 mins

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Lilja 4-ever (original title)

In director Lukas Moodysson's gut-wrenching drama, Oksana Akinshina stars as the 16-year-old title character who's left to fend for herself in a blighted Estonian suburb when her mother (Lyubov Agapova) abandons her to move to America. Eager to escape her grim surroundings and seek a bright future, she falls victim to the promises of the charming Andrei (Pavel Ponomaryov), only to find a new life in Sweden worse than the one she left behind.

Director: Lukas Moodysson
R-Rated
109 mins
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After uncovering a sexually charged Web site that features morbidly obese women being held captive and taunted with fattening food, Australian cop Richard (Jack Thompson) travels to Ohio to investigate. Viewing the Aussie's appearance as an opportunity for a fun game rather than a reason for him to go offline, the site's sadistic webmaster (Alex O'Loughlin) lures Richard into a dangerous game that's unappetizing, to say the least.

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Haute Tension (original title)

Students Marie (Cécile de France) and Alex (Maïwenn Le Besco) have no idea of the horrors that await them when they head off to a remote country home to study for their upcoming exams and a psychopathic stranger attacks, tying up Alex and taking her away. It's up to Marie to save her friend -- but first, she must figure out what's really going on. Philippe Nahon co-stars in this twisty-turny tale of terror.

Director: Alexandre Aja
NC-17
91 mins


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A group of couples stops for a gas fill-up when they happen upon Spaulding's Museum of Monsters and Madmen. Initially intrigued to hear about Dr. Satan, the unsuspecting kids soon become a sick family's source of torturous and murderous fun. Set in 1977 as a gory throwback to the blood-fests of the 1970s, writer-director Rob Zombie's over-the-top horror flick stars Sid Haig, Karen Black, Erin Daniels, Jennifer Jostyn and Chris Hardwick.

Director: Rob Zombie
R-Rated
88 mins


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The only known survivor (Jessica Biel) of a 1973 killing spree, dubbed The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, breaks her silence and comes forward to tell the real story of what happened on that bloody day. She recounts the grisly events that led her and her four teenage friends to a deserted rural Texas highway and straight into the clutches of a chainsaw-wielding madman who left a trail of blood and terror.

Director: Marcus Nispel
R-Rated
98 mins


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Sin City makes an appropriate setting for this over-the-top slasher/sexploitation flick from writer-director Nick Palumbo. When a Las Vegas fashion photographer (Sven Garrett) develops a penchant for murder, the body count rises swiftly and steadily as the shutterbug killer manages to deceive just about everyone he encounters -- everyone, that is, but an 11-year-old girl -- in this film notable for its heaping helping of gore and sadism.

Director: Nick Palumbo 
R-Rated
104 mins

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Would you kill to live? That's what Adam and Gordon have to ask themselves when they're abducted by a serial killer and paired up in a deadly situation -- holed up in a prison constructed with such ingenuity that escape seems impossible.

Director: James Wan
R-Rated
100 mins



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In this cautionary tale, two teenagers armed with the imperviousness of youth get into some nasty trouble way over their heads. Looking to score some Ecstasy at a rave, two girls foolishly follow a strange young man to a house. Once inside, a gang of lowlifes torment the pair in a sadistic nightmare of violence. Kevin Gage, Sage Stallone (Sly's son), K.C. Kelly and Maya Barovich star in this brutal horror flick directed by David DeFalco.

Director: David DeFalco 
Not-Rated
74 mins

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Enlisting the aid of two vigilante brothers, Texas sheriff John Wydell (William Forsythe) seeks vengeance against his brother's creepy murderers in this Western-flavored sequel to writer-director Rob Zombie's bloody House of 1,000 Corpses. With payback in mind, the posse heads out to the Firefly homestead to take down Otis (Bill Moseley), Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), Tiny (Matthew McGrorey) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) once and for all.

Director: Rob Zombie
Unrated
109 mins
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After uncovering a sexually charged Web site that features morbidly obese women being held captive and taunted with fattening food, Australian cop Richard (Jack Thompson) travels to Ohio to investigate. Viewing the Aussie's appearance as an opportunity for a fun game rather than a reason for him to go offline, the site's sadistic webmaster (Alex O'Loughlin) lures Richard into a dangerous game that's unappetizing, to say the least.

Director: Brett Leonard 
Not-Rated
101 mins
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American backpacking students Paxton (Jay Hernandez) and Josh (Derek Richardson) head to a hostel in Slovakia rumored to be brimming with willing women -- but instead, they become objects of torture in an unimaginable house of twisted horrors. Quentin Tarantino executive produces this grisly tale, which is directed and written by Eli Roth. Eythor Gudjonsson, Barbara Nedeljakova and Jana Kaderabkova co-star.

Director: Eli Roth
R-Rated
94 mins

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Detective Eric Matthews (Donnie Wahlberg) desperately tries to catch notorious killer Jigsaw in this suspenseful sequel that finds Jigsaw staying true to his bloodthirsty M.O. of creating devious plans in which people are forced to kill each other. This time, he kidnaps eight supposed strangers and locks them all up in one room, and it's up to Matthews to find the demented killer before his bloody plan is complete.

R-Rated
93 mins

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Traveling across the American Southwest en route to California, an  unsuspecting suburban family is being tracked by a group of hill dwellers whose social skills have failed to evolve -- and who could  attack them at any moment. If their vehicle breaks down, or if they stop to stretch their legs, their vacation could end in tragedy. Kathleen Quinlan, Vinessa Shaw, Emilie de Ravin and Dan Byrd co-star in this remake of the 1977 Wes Craven classic.

Director: Alexandre Aja
R-Rated
107 mins
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After eluding the cops, psychopathic killer Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) turns an abandoned warehouse on the edge of town into a gruesome torture chamber in this third installment of the horror series. His new prot 3;g 3;e Amanda (Shawnee Smith) kidnaps a doctor (Bahar Soomekh) who's forced to keep the evil master alive. Barely clinging to life, Jigsaw begins to carry out his grotesque plans for the lady doc and another helpless victim (Angus Macfadyen).

R-Rated
108 mins
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Mercilessly abused by her parents and routinely molested by a deranged priest, young Angela Aberdeen (Ameara Lavey) pledges her soul to Satan in exchange for his protection and help in exacting revenge on her tormentors. But soon Angela's pact leads her down a sinister path overflowing with blood, guts, gore and vomit. This outrageously over-the-top gross-out film from director Lucifer Valentine contains graphic images of sex and violence.

Director: Lucifer Valentine 
Not-Rated
71 mins

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The genesis of the monstrous Leatherface is recounted in this shocking slasher flick, which begins as two Vietnam-bound brothers (Taylor Handley and Matthew Bomer), out for a last fling with their girlfriends (Diora Baird and Jordana Brewster), crash their Jeep -- and end up in a heap of trouble. Next thing you know, a psycho sheriff (R. Lee Ermey) ushers them into a place where terror awaits in the form of young Leatherface (Andrew Bryniarski).

Director: Jonathan Liebesman
R-Rated
84 mins
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After a night of drunken decadence, self-absorbed fashion model Jennifer (Elisha Cuthbert) awakens to find herself locked in a cellar with fellow prisoner Gary (Daniel Gillies) and under the watchful eye of a voyeuristic captor with a penchant for sadistic mind games. As the two try to escape, their invisible overlord sees every move they make. But all might not be what it seems in this tense chiller from director Roland Joffé.

Director: Roland Joffé
R-Rated
196 mins

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What started with a routine divorce between Natalie Stein and her husband Tim, will soon take a turn into the unexpected and evolve into scenes of torture, bloodshed and slaughter.

Director: Olaf Ittenbach
Not-Rated
82 mins
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As riots break out all over Paris after a right-wing government is elected, reluctant thief Yasmina (Karina Testa) recruits a few friends to exploit the bedlam by looting. With the police on their tail, the gang splits up and regroups at a hostel near the Luxembourg border to divide their haul. But the decision proves fateful when the innkeepers turn out to be neo-Nazi freaks who want to make Yasmina the brood mare for a new Aryan master race.

Director: Xavier Gens
NC-17
108 mins

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Anna (Naomi Watts) and George (Tim Roth) are enjoying a vacation with their son when two sadistic young men (Michael Pitt and Brady Corbet) break into their cabin and hold the family hostage. The psychotic duo plays twisted games with their prisoners, forcing them to comply to stay alive. Director Michael Haneke remakes his chilling 1997 German-language film as an indictment of the media's fascination with violence.

Director: Michael Haneke
R-Rated
111 mins

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aka Jack Ketchum's The Girl Next Door

Inspired by true events, this thriller set in 1958 follows the harrowing story of two adolescent girls (Blythe Auffarth and Madeline Taylor) who, upon losing their parents in an accident, are sent to live with their Aunt Ruth (Blanche Baker), a sadistic psychopath. Unbeknownst to the residents of the small New Jersey suburb, the girls endure unthinkable punishment at the hands of their aunt and three cousins.

Director: Gregory Wilson 
R-Rated
91 mins

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When three young Americans (Lauren German, Bijou Phillips and Heather Matarazzo) take a break from their international studies and check into a Slovakian hostel, they have no idea they've entered a chamber of horrors, where, for a price, wealthy psychopaths can live out their most gruesome fantasies. Jay Hernandez reprises his role as Paxton -- albeit briefly -- in this sequel to the hit gore fest about waking up to your worst nightmares.

Director: Eli Roth
R-Rated
93 mins

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À l'intérieur (original title)

Four months after her husband's tragic death, Sarah (Alysson Paradis) prepares to head to the hospital to deliver her miracle baby. But what should be a blessed Christmas Eve event turns terrifying when a crazed woman (Béatrice Dalle) arrives at her home intent on taking Sarah's baby. Taking up whatever sharp implement at hand, the psychotic woman relentlessly pursues the pregnant Sarah, determined to perform a grisly brand of C-section.

R-Rated
82 mins
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Picking up where its grisly predecessor left off, this Saw finds Jeff Reinhart (Angus Macfadyen) searching for his missing daughter, but a videotape from the dead serial killer Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) is Jeff's only lead in his frantic hunt. The film switches back and forth in time throughout previous Saw films and ties up some lingering -- and bloody -- loose ends. Darren Lynn Bousman, who helmed the film's second and third chapters, directs.

R-Rated
93 mins
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After two failed attempts to execute him in the electric chair, the still-breathing killer Max Seed (Will Sanderson) is declared dead, tied up and buried alive. After fighting his way out of his restraints to emerge from his grave, Seed goes on a blood-soaked rampage of vengeance against the people who put him there. Michael Paré co-stars in director Uwe Boll's uncompromising vision of retribution, inspired by true events.

Director: Uwe Boll
Not-Rated
93 mins

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A young reporter begins to unravel the secrets of an underground myth... snuff films. Soon she falls in a gruesome spiral of shocking images, not suited for the faint hearted. Investigation on snuff films and onto the true meaning of violence.

Director: Mariano Peralta 
Not-Rated
105 mins


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After skipping school and breaking into the boiler room of a deserted mental hospital, buddies Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) make a shocking discovery: the plastic-covered naked body of a woman lying on a gurney. When they realize that the woman may be alive, JT shocks Rickie by suggesting they take advantage of her. But all is not as it seems in this dark thriller: The door to the boiler room had been rusted shut for years.

R-Rated 
101 mins

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Jenny (Kelly Reilly) and Steve (Michael Fassbender) are in love and about to get engaged during a calm lake getaway -- but they'll first have to survive a pillaging and murderous gang of kids, led by the psychotic Brett (Jack O'Connell), who suddenly arrives on their front lawn. When Steve tries to quell the violence, matters turn from scary to gruesomely deadly. James Gandhi, Bronson Webb, Thomas Gill and Thomas Turgoose co-star.

Director: James Watkins
R-Rated
91 mins

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Years after she escaped from an icy torture chamber in an abandoned slaughterhouse, Lucie (Mylène Jampanoï) enlists the help of her closest friend, Anna (Morjana Alaoui), to track down the family who tormented her and exact her revenge. But when Lucie and Anna investigate further, they discover that they've only scratched the surface of an unspeakably vile secret organization. Pascal Laugier directs this ultraviolent horror film.

Director: Pascal Laugier
R-Rated
99 mins

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Part documentary, part feature, director Andrey Iskanov's graphic shocker chronicles the horrors committed by the Japanese army's Unit 731, which used biological and chemical weapons on Russian and Chinese prisoners during the 1930s and '40s.

Director: Andrey Iskanov 
Not-Rated
249 mins



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In this fifth installment of the grisly Saw horror series, forensics detective Hoffman learns that his secret connection to Jigsaw is about to be exposed, so he embarks on a hunt to eradicate everything that links him to the serial killer.

Director: David Hackl
R-Rated
92 mins

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A college athlete and her teammates are in for one hell of a ride when, after a night of heavy partying, they miss a train to their next meet in Europe and unwittingly accept alternate transport from a stranger -- with deadly consequences.

Directors: Gideon Raff
R-Rated
94 mins
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After their child dies, a therapist (Willem Dafoe) and his wife (Charlotte Gainsbourg) flee to their cabin in the woods, where they hope to mend their emotional wounds. But the grief-stricken couple watches their troubles multiply when very strange things begin to happen. Acclaimed Danish auteur Lars von Trier divides this tale into multiple narratives, revealing a surreal, horrific psychological adventure about the evils of nature, humanity and desire.

Director: Lars von Trier
Not-Rated
108 mins

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Desperate to be free of his financial debt to his ex-wife, Arkin (Josh Stewart) breaks into his employer's house to snag a jewel he knows will buy him independence. Too bad for him, someone else has gotten there first in this Marcus Dunston-helmed horror fest. Now, Arkin just wants to survive the night when he finds the house's residents tied up, the house rigged with deadly traps and a masked madman engaged in a deadly game of cat and mouse.

Director: Marcus Dunstan
R-Rated
88 mins

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When they hear there's a complete print of their favorite slasher movie hidden in their hometown's backwoods, a group of horror movie buffs heads out in search of the celluloid treasure. Once arriving at their destination, they discover that the carnage captured in the movie was completely real, and worse yet, the filmmakers are looking to spill more blood before they're ready to call "cut." Sophie Monk and William Sadler star.

Director: Dave Parker
R-Rated
81 mins
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After their car breaks down while in Germany, Americans Lindsay (Ashley C. Williams) and Jenny (Ashlynn Yennie) wind up at a remote villa -- and soon find themselves trapped in a nightmare. Dr. Josef Heiter (Dieter Laser) kidnaps them for his demented experiment to create a human "centipede." The plan includes removing their kneecaps so they must walk on all fours, then surgically connecting them to a Japanese man to create a bizarre human chain.

Director: Tom Six
R-Rated
91 mins
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While vacationing at their summer home, Emma and John Collingwood (Monica Potter and Tony Goldwyn) show kindness to a group of strangers, unaware that the same men just assaulted their daughter (Sara Paxton). Once they learn the truth, they set out on a no-holds-barred plan for revenge that can only end in bloodshed. Dennis Iliadis directs this updated remake of Wes Craven's 1972 horror classic by the same name.

Director: Dennis Iliadis
R-Rated
110 mins
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Special Agent Strahm is long gone, and Det. Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) is now the heir to John Jigsaw's (Tobin Bell) terrifying legacy. Meanwhile, FBI Agent Erickson (Mark Rolston) is hot on his trail, but Hoffman is about to reveal Jigsaw's grand plot. Kevin Greutert directs this next installment of the smash horror dynasty, while Betsy Russell, Peter Outerbridge, Tanedra Howard and Shawnee Smith co-star.

Director: Kevin Greutert
R-Rated
90 mins

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Jason London stars as a harried detective on the hunt for a madman in this gory horror thriller about a demonic surgeon (Carlos Lauchu) run amok with his scalpel in hand, all in a play to score profits on black-market body parts. But there's a plot twist perhaps no one suspects: At one time, the pitiless predator was someone else's prey. Allison Lange, Kate French, Andrew Prine and B.J. Britt co-star.

Director: Tammi Sutton 
R-Rated
83 mins


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In this horror remake, young writer Jennifer (Sarah Butler) finds life at her rented retreat perfect for working on her first novel. But her enthusiasm is shattered by her vicious rape. Now, the local thugs responsible will face an excruciating fate. Jennifer's attackers command developmentally disabled Matthew (Chad Lindberg) to kill her, but he fakes the murder, leaving the scarred writer to carry out a gruesome plot for revenge.

Director: Steven R. Monroe
Unrated
108 mins

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Srpski Film (original title)

Milos (Srdjan Todorovic) is a washed-up porn star who can't support his family. Then, a former "co-star" (Katarina Zutic) introduces him to Vukmir (Sergej Trifunovic), a director who wants to bring him out of retirement. The money's too good to pass up, but Milos is unaware of the dangers that await. By the time he discovers the sleazy truth about his new boss, everything he loves may be in jeopardy.

Director: Srdjan Spasojevic
NC-17
104 mins

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A disturbed loner is so obsessed with the shocking horror film The Human Centipede that he decides to replicate the movie's grisly experiment. In this metasequel, the stakes are raised as 12 unlucky souls endure surgical hell.

Director: Tom Six
Not-Rated
88 mins
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When hunter and backwoods lawyer Chris Cleek (Sean Bridgers) brings home a feral woman (Pollyanna McIntosh) he found lurking in the woods, he locks her in the shed and orders his family to actively participate in her "civilization." But they take to the task with varying enthusiasm. And the more the Woman resists their attempts to make her human, the farther away the family gets from true humanity.

Director: Lucky McKee
R-Rated 
101 mins

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Our Top Ten Most Disturbing Horror Films (Arranged by Year)



This controversial film was censored in many countries

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One of the most controversial films ever
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5. Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (1985)


I saw this back in the day and was convinced it was a real snuff film

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7. The Girl Next Door (2007)

Just so that you don't end up making the same mistake I did, if you send a friend to the video store to rent "The Girl Next Door", send him with a sign that says "THE ONE WITH ELISHA CUTHBERT! 
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So what did we really accomplish here? I guess the goal was to come up with one of the most disgusting scenarios imaginable. Great Job, -- looks like their efforts paid off!
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A Serbian Film wins our "Too Disturbing to Watch" film award
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Though there are many atrocious films out there to choice from, our "secret 11th" Honorable Mention award goes to the 2002 film Irreversible 
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Synopsis' taken from:
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The Mothman

2 comments:

soubrette said...

all these films underestimate the female

Zoni Jesus said...

Oh wow so many movies. Actually I have already seen most of the movies that are in the list and Invisible is the  greatest films ever . Thanks to you now I can watch rest of the movies which I have not seen yet.

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