World's scariest/disturbing movies

pRot3us

Distinguished Member

rousetafarian

Moderator
:rotfl:

No offence intended but that's probably one of the funniest typos (auto correct?) I've ever seen, relative to the actual title of that particular film!
Don't be too salty
 

redwing

Well-known Member
I think they are banned but the August Underground films are on a different level to anything I've seen when it comes to torture porn and I've seen all the films mentioned.

The original French Martyrs as someone mentioned was disturbing.

The film Kids was very thought provoking to.
 

Swizz

Active Member
A fun bunch pick of films you guys..

Another one for the list, I have to include - Nekromantik.
 

Caljo

Active Member
I watched Saint Maud not that long ago. Like Midsommar, it’s a brilliantly creepy, tension building, disturbing (and believable) recent movie.
 

GBBooze

Active Member
Not sure where the line between scary and disturbing and sick is but I never want to see Cannibal Holocaust ever again.
 

Plumsandpearls

Distinguished Member
I watched Saint Maud not that long ago. Like Midsommar, it’s a brilliantly creepy, tension building, disturbing (and believable) recent movie.
I watched this based on your recommendation. Bloody hell. I had no idea where it was going. Pretty screwed up- though I think you'd either love it or hate it.
 

mckee74

Distinguished Member
Requiem for a Dream.
 

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