Top 5 Most Disturbing Movies

Watching horror films can be thrilling and fun, even though some people avoid them. Getting cold sweat down your spine while watching a serial killer who runs after his victims is only fun when you’re watching it on the big screen, of course nobody would ever want to witness that in their real life. But what happens when directors and screenwriters cross every line and make scary movies that are actually to disturbing to be watched. The answer is lies in the titles of the following Disturbing movies in the list.

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#1. Hostel (2005)

If you haven’t seen it, don’t. Seriously, don’t! The violence in this movie is just disturbing and disgusting that it’s physically tough to get through many of the scenes, and that is exactly what director Eli Roth seemed to be aiming for. The story revolves around a group of young people who get captured and tortured by a mysterious, and psychotic, businessman in an Eastern European hostel. But the movie isn’t about the story; it’s about scaring the hell out of you and to disgust you for life. For hardcore horror junkies, this movie has just about everything you could ever want: blood, severed extremities, and a particularly disturbing scene where an eyeball is pulled out of someone’s head.

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#2. Transsiberian (2008)

The movie is homage to the type of suspense film Hitchcock would have made back in his days. But towards the end of the movie, Anderson gives the viewers a torture scene that is among the most disturbing you will ever see. This grotesque scene will completely surprise you with its sheer brutality and malice. You will forget every scary movie you have seen before, because the last scene with haunt you for life. On an operating table lays Abby (played by Kate Mara) with sickeningly-deep gashes on her legs. In order to get information out of her companions, a man named Kolzak sits next to her and begins to carve more and more wounds into her leg.

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#3. A Clockwork Orange (1971)

If you have seen any Kubrick movie, you will know what to expect. The director made this movie based the book with the same name. You will witness a lot of shocking violence and unrepressed sexuality. And Kubrick himself even withdrew the film from theaters in Britain after fears that people were committing copycat crimes linked to the movie. The ban was lifted after his death in 1999. There are multiple rape scenes where the film is truly disturbing, but there is one scene in particular that really lands it on this list. When the main character of Alex is brought into a government center to retool his violent personality, he is strapped to a chair and forced to watch video after video of repulsively savage footage until the mere thought of violence makes him physically ill. While doing this, his eyelids are forced open by metallic clamps, exposing his eyes to every second of film. If you are not fine watching graphic scenes of violence, never ever watch this movie.

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#4. The Exorcist (1973)

Back in the seventies this redefined the horror genre and made a revolution in the genre. The movie tells the story of Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller) who attempts to exorcise a demonic spirit out of the body of a young girl named Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair). The film was so disturbing because of the vivid makeup that transformed the little girl to an actual looking demon. The audience was reacting so terrible to the movie, so the theaters were actually offering barfing bags (can you believe it?). The movie also was discussing some serious religious themes which added even more controversy.

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#5. The Bunny Game (2012)

This film needed four years to receive a proper American release, and there is a reason for it. The director Adam Rehmeier’s black-and-white, film isn’t for the faint of heart. frankly, we don’t know who in the hell it’s for exactly. Actually this film isn’t for anyone; it is so disturbing it’s really unclear why it was filmed at all. The Bunny Game, with its repulsive presentation of a prostitute named Bunny (Rodleen Getsic) being endlessly and sickeningly savaged by a mad trucker, is nothing but torture porn without a funny bone in its celluloid body. You can watch it at your own risk, but for sure you will have night mares after wards.

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