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What was the most disturbing movie you’ve ever seen, all the way through?

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    During my early endeavor to introduce myself to the genre of horror, one of the first horror movies I watched was “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006). To this day, I still cringe at the thought of the brutal, merciless violence in the movie. My roommate encouraged me to finish it with him, but in retrospect, I should have waited until I was desensitized a little bit more. It messed me up for a few weeks.

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    Climax is the most recent example, it was…something. Not sure about all time.

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    French movie Martyrs (2008). It’s actually quite good but I will never ever watch it again.

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    A Clockwork Orange.

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    Come And See. I was a history major in college, and for our senior seminar class, our professor made us watch a series of World War II films, each one from a different country, and write papers analyzing its historical accuracy. Come And See was one of those films, and it is easily the most disturbing film I have ever seen in its portrayal of war, especially in the third act of the film in which the teenage protagonist is forced to watch as the Nazis burn down a building with an entire village’s worth of citizens inside it.

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    Monsoon 🌊
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    Human Centipede II 🤦🏾‍♂️

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    Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

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    That is one film I will NEVER watch, because while I’m tolerant of most things, what I’ve heard about that movie disgusted me enough to the point that I know I cannot judge it fairly with an open mind.

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    COME & SEE is definitely a brutal watch but a truly stunning film. I certainly would rank it high up on a list of not just the most disturbing films but also among the best films ever made.

    In terms of recent years, I felt like Robert Eggars’ THE WITCH was quite the disconcerting and uncomfortable experience but I really liked it because of that.

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    A SERBIAN FILM is the “winner” for me. Immediately after I was done watching it I wished that I could un-see it. An extremely unpleasant experience from start to finish. The scene with the baby and the final line of “Start with the little one” rank as the two most disturbing moments I’ve ever witnessed in a film.

    It’s a film I will never forget seeing and I don’t mean that in a good way.

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    A Serbian Film is also another film I will never watch. Other films I also plan on never watching include Cannibal Holocaust, Raw, The House That Jack Built, Irreversible, and Climax.

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    Cats.

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    The Human Centipede but it was stupid and probably A Clockwork Orange I felt like I was being brainwashed during that.

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    Human Centipede I and II. I don’t know how I manage to watch one but two movies lmao.

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    A Serbian Film is also another film I will never watch. Other films I also plan on never watching include Cannibal Holocaust, Raw, The House That Jack Built, Irreversible, and Climax.

    In my opinion, Raw, Irreversible, and Climax should not be compared to A Serbian Film, Salo, or Cannibal Holocaust. They’re very well made artistic films, whereas I would call those others exploitative bordering on torture porn. But if you do not like anxiety and turmoil, definitely continue to avoid Raw, Irreversible, and Climax.

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