Has a film scene ever strongly disturbed you?
>anon's reaction to learning there wasn't actually any gore in Cannibal Holocaust
>anon's reaction when he isn't the edgelord he thinks he is
I watched videodrome when i was 10 or something and it just weirded me out so much, I was in a kind of fascinated trance the whole time. To this day no other movie has had more effect than that on me
The rape scene in Irreversible hit my boner hard.
For real though, that bottle to the face scene in pan's labyrinth was a surprise. That's just about it, though.
Requiem for a Dream was overdone to the point where it didn't affect me at all.
They used real animals in the movie. According to wiki they used:
"A coatimundi (mistaken as a muskrat in the film), killed with a knife.
A large turtle, decapitated and its limbs, shell, and entrails removed.
A tarantula, killed with a machete.
A snake, killed with a machete.
A squirrel monkey, decapitated with a machete.
A pig, shot in the head with a shotgun at close range."
I've never seen it, but by all accounts yes, that was pretty horrific.
As for me, there was this film wherein some people could make other peoples heads explode with psychic thought or something. I can't remember the name, but I was 8 at the time. I was genuinely frightened.
scared the living shit out of me when i was a kid.
Only thing i have ever regretted watching. Something changed after watching that film and i have the most terrible nightmares ever since. I Don't think things will ever go to the way they were.
a bicycle seat was attached to the end of an iron pole, upon which the actress sat. She then held a short length of balsa wood in her mouth and looked skyward, thus giving the appearance of impalement. Deodato also provided pictures of the girl interacting with the crew after the scene had been filmed
i wouldn't say disturbed, more like 'fuck...that was intense!'
the 20 min section in the hills have eyes remake when a person is burnt at the stake, another is raped & another is executed
The Grifter is fucking retarded and you are a stupid faggot for thinking that shit is scary. If it really "changed" you after you watched it, you have much bigger and more complex problems than just watching and being traumatized by that video.
The scene in Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer where they kill the whole family disturbed me greatly. It reached next-level when the little boy walked in from school and tried to flee but they grabbed him and broke his neck in front of the parents. Couldn't get it out of my head for years
the scene at the end of gummo where hes eating in the bathtub. if you havent seen that movie it is a must see and you gotta watch it.
trash humpers can be pretty disturbing too if you dont get the genius
I have seen it. The REAL one. It's fucking horrible. Maggots eating shit, some faggot walking around in a dark hallway, that baby, creepy girl, weird splices. I mean I get it, it's creepy. But it's not some magic video that drives people crazy. It just maybe triggers pre-existing issues in weak-minded faggots like your brother. It's really just stupid when taken at face value.
I took my 6 year old boy to watch it because the both of us are huge fans of the anime, i mean the little bastard is Vegeta this, Goku that, and i grew up watching Dragon Ball in Toonami back in the day, so we went to see the movie and my son felt sleep in the middle of the movie, even i have to forced myself to watch the movie to the end. After that he doesn't give a shit about Dragon Ball Z.
The part in megan is missing with the body in the barrel is traumatic to me for some reason, never seen the film and don't have anything particularly against rotting corpses, but that screenshot of her looking into the camera scares the fuck out of me
wouldnt a cannibal tribe have at least nibbled on her a bit? or was she set out to get sun tanned first. i am to lazy to watch the movie to find out if its just a flashy title for a movie about gore prop making, someone fill that in for me.
GG = Gamergate aka the event that lead to moot leaving. How the fuck do you not know this?
Requim for a Dream. The whole damn movie fucked me up. I literally sat in shock just staring at the screen for all the credits. other worthy mentions are A Serbian Film when the dad fucks his kid and the dead baby in Trainspotting.
The fucking mattress stabbing in Fellowship of the Ring. Idk what happened but I wasn't paying attention and I didn't realize it was pillows n shit so I spent the entire movie wondering how the fuck the Hobberts were alive.
And that strange video where " the sun gives birth to earth blabla" where the editor allegedly reeditet each frame 4hrs + ... its black n white and a woman cuts her tounge off and vomits her organs ...
Some anon here recommended the BBC movie 'Threads'. He described it as "nauseously depressing", a description I must concur with.
It's no specific scene, but the next few months I just couldn't shake that fucking feeling.
Also necromantik 1 and 2 ... the scenes where she fks the dead bodys .. and where she beheads her friend and sticks a rotten skull onto his body while fucking him ... and the rabbit skinning scenes ... and the music
Still turned my stomach.
avoid at all costs it is said to be exceedingly spooky
It's not scary at all. It's honestly like a little bait for trolls to use to convince people it's so scary that their friends/family have committed suicide after watching it. Honestly...trying to silently let a huge fart out in public is scarier than the Grifter.
I'm hesitating to post this as I really don't like admitting that I've watched salo, even with the whole anonimity thing. It just feels wrong. Anyway to answer the OP the whole move was equally horrid, from the credits to the ending.
Many many times. Like the russian roulette scene in the deer hunter. It's just so sudden and unexpected. It's all about the build up son. It's not about who gets killed or in what way, it's about how you present it.
It's very simple:
There is some uncertainty about whether this allegedly horrible video exists. Some say that it's a real spook, others that it's just foolish. Some say it exists, other say that it doesn't.
You can choose to pursue it or not, which results in four possible scenarios:
>1. You choose not to pursue it, and continue with your happy life.
>2. You choose to pursue it, but do not find it, either because it isn't there or you were unable to find it. You've wasted your time.
>3. You pursue it, actually find it and it's a hoax. You've wasted your time.
>4. You pursue it, actually find it, and it turns out to be horrible and you're scarred for life.
Now which one of these sounds more appealing to you?
It's chilling, and an eye opener for those who weren't around at the time of the Cold War.
Being from and living in Sheffield, I can't help but watch it and think that a nuke might improve the fucking place (especially over Hillsborough).
All you fucking anons are lying!
The beginning of
shit hit evryone hard.
Creepshow- The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verill. I remember watching it at like 9 years old. It was my first exposure to suicide. I can still remember how unsettling it was, realizing that a situation can be so desperate that suicide is the only option.
Just watch the first 10 min of the movie.
Then we will see just how cold hearted you really are.
The entirety of The Girl Next Door. The Jack Ketchum one not that Timothy Elephant one. It's always more disturbing when it's based on actual events and the woman is the abuser I think.
lol I watched this movie on Christmas with some friends because we were high and wanted something trippy. We still laugh about it from time to time as the abortion Christmas special
That reminds me it's funny when you watch old 60's 70's era horror films thinking they won't be scary. Then a woman screams at the highest pitch next to the one a dog's whistle plays at.
what in Cold Mountain disturbed you so much? The battle scene? The home guard? Just wondering, I saw this movie when I was roughly 14 and thought it was pretty good for a love story.
I went to babysit for a friend of mine and got there just after one of her kids had decided it would be a good idea to let his 5 year old sister watch "Hannibal". Poor kid was traumatized.
nobody really knows, but just before moot retired pol discovered that moot was talking to the people of gwaker about selling 4chan, pol destroyed gwaker, causing sponsors to actually pull money out and soon after moot destroyed pol with cuckold shit as a last act of revenge
A quick Google search will tell you it's a troll. No such thing as The Grifter... never has been, never will be.
I actually found the remorseless, monotonous beating harder to watch than the skinning.
That whole movie's some top tier grade-A disturbing shit though.
For me, the most strongly disturbing thing I've seen in a film was the scissors-to-pregnant-woman climax of Inside. I actually felt physical pain watching that.
A close runner up would be the stone dildo execution scene in OP's pic related, especially once you're given context by the rest of the film.
"According to the Disturbing Wiki, the screenshots the_solipist provided were identified as footage from the 2000 Czech film Little Otik, a comedy about a childless couple who pretends that a root taken from their backyard is a real child. On August 21st, 2009, the Asashic Records wiki claimed that the_solipist confirmed that the Grifter story was a work of fiction:"
I was just gonna mention this. The whole theme throughout the film of humans being treated as nothing more than research material was always disturbing, and that scene in yur webm was perhaps one of the least fucked up things that happened.
The casual way the japanese officer at the start kills a baby as though he thought nothing of it really set the tone.
we have a stephen king fan here
would ask what you think about the dark tower series, but I'm not through yet and since this is /b/ spoilers are imminent
which is why I'll just leave this thread before that happens