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Most brutal movie for you?


Zuck_A_D1ck

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I know it's not a movie, but the 3rd season of Twin Peaks has been haunting my dreams ever since it ended. It barely has any gore, but just a f*ckton of surreal imagery and sound that just makes you feel uncomfortable and the fact that no one really knows what was going on throughout much of that show makes it all the more scary. It probably didn't help either that I watched the finale in the middle of the night.

 

I guess I could nominate the Twin Peaks film Fire Walk With Me, which did have its fair share of disturbing moments and was overall maybe the most depressing piece of TP media, but it didn't leave as big of an impact on me as watching the new show did. I guess that comes naturally with TV shows tho since you get really invested from watching the same thing week after week.

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A Serbian Film

Alright!!where's the gorey part??

 

Most of the movie,but especially scene in the middle of the movie. Scenes after that by the end of the movie are also bad,but sligtly less. Only movie that I have to stop watching,even if I finish it later. Really sick movie.

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When it comes to movies, I find more realistic brutality more hard hitting. In a film like Freddy vs Jason (which someone used as an example above) I expect over the top, brutal murders, the scene where Freddy stabs Jason through the eyes with his blades was great, but it wasn't brutal in the sense that it makes you cringe, its more likely to make you laugh and think "f*cking hell"

 

One of the most hard hitting moments of brutality I saw in a film was in Casino, the vice scene was brutal but the scene with the baseball bats was just :panic:

 

For anyone who hasn't scene:

 

 

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Irreversible is pretty f*cked

 

literal just 7 minute long rape scene, static camera. dude gets his head caved in with a fire extinguisher.

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Kidnapped 2010. Spanish movie. Amazing cinematography and camera work, with cool split image scenes and realistic one take fights.

 

Fun fact: The 80 minute movie only consists of 12 takes!

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Begotten.

 

It took me a long time to find it after seeing a 3 second clip on Youtube that was used as a transition for a 'creepy list' video. Very grim.

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Not exactly the most brutal movie for me.

 

But there is one particular scene where I just had to turn the volume down and walk around the room for a while whilst sort-of trying to watch it with my heart-rate increasing more rapidly than it ever did for any other film.

 

For those who have seen it, you know exactly what scene I'm talking about;

 

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On 9/15/2017 at 1:12 PM, LittleBlueTroll said:

When it comes to movies, I find more realistic brutality more hard hitting. In a film like Freddy vs Jason (which someone used as an example above) I expect over the top, brutal murders, the scene where Freddy stabs Jason through the eyes with his blades was great, but it wasn't brutal in the sense that it makes you cringe, its more likely to make you laugh and think "f*cking hell"

 

One of the most hard hitting moments of brutality I saw in a film was in Casino, the vice scene was brutal but the scene with the baseball bats was just :panic:

 

For anyone who hasn't scene:

 

 

 

Really? 

 

I've spoke to the real Frank Marino before - Frank Cullotta .

 

American Psycho was pretty good. I don't get drawn into films anymore but this did it for me, especially where he picks up that prostitute, decides to wine and dine her before he eats one of his girl-friend and then chases the prostitute in the apartment tower running naked with a chainsaw lol 

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Salo: 120 Days in Sodom. A group of wealthy elite Nazis kidnap and torture a collection of teenage boys and girls, including graphic sexual assault and one scene featuring a gun that is so primally fxcked up. 

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On 8/11/2017 at 8:12 PM, Vigilante88 said:

Nothing really shocks me at all. I've seen one too many liveleak/bestgore videos

Pretty much this. Bestgore has desensitized the sh*t outta me, but if I were to pick a pretty brutal scene from a film that disturbed me before I discovered Bestgore/Liveleak/etc then it would be the scene from Chopper where Mark Reid repeatedly stabs a fellow inmate in the face. That was pretty f*cked up for a mainstream movie back then.

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Some f*cked up sh*t in here... I'm home!!!

 

Do like a tough film at times and horror has grown dark, drama too. Along with the acting and film making all round with some.

 

A Serbian Film sticks to mind, that was a strong one for me, more so the plot than the shock images. Don't think I'll give it a second look. (Not many on this list, some I don't want to mention, bad. I'm too bloody curious though and if it pisses off censors, I gotta).

 

Cannibal Holocaust, Evil Dead, Devil's Rejects, that sort of thing I do enjoy. (Anything that would have made it onto that 'Video Nasties' list basically, the jackasses). Found the remake of the original The Hill Have Eyes to be quite good for a more modern gore fest, sequel too.

 

For an outright gore fest, go for an early Peter Jackson gem called Braindead (in the UK. In USA I think it's called DeadAlive).

 

That film is classic. Cheap and cheerful with some memorable moments for sure, many 'goriest films ever' lists have this peach on it.

 

Another would be Zombi II or known as Zombie Flesh Eaters. (The Italian sequels to Romero's Dawn of the Dead). Love these films, deliver all the goods and many have great music too, especially older films where the graphics needed some selling.

 

And for a more psychologically brutal film, Try Requiem for a Dream or American Psycho. The acting and much these films touch on are explored in a graphic or realistic way too, much like how war films can carry extra emphasis as the topic at hand is that more real in how it plays out. Dark stuff for some.

 

Requiem is an absolutely brilliant film, IMO. A story that I don't see aging badly at all, already 18 years old and as relevant today as release. Beautiful music.

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