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as in, films with disgutsing stuff going on.
Nil by Mouth - man, that film made me feel quite horrible
That rape scene urgh
Suicide - check
Masturbation - check
no second date - check
a double bill with Teeth. Did NOT get lucky that night
British film with Bones from Operation Good Guys as the dad.
Fairly early scene of him wanking into a bit of human flesh. Turned it off not long after.
Grim, grim, grim. Masterclass in atmospheric directing as there's nothing graphic in it, but it's genuinely horrible in every respect.
And totally agree. It's obvious what's going on off screen, but it has you slightly on edge all the way through. Brill film.
christ thats offensive
A Serbian Film
Sure there's tons more.
sounds like it should be illegal. No intention of ever seeing that.
The director and producer were there. Everyone who asked a question afterwards got a Serbian Film poster. Like you'd hang that fucking thing on your wall...
Well spotted, but wtf is this doing on Youtube??
is horrendous viewing. If you're intrigued, just don't.
Horrid, horrid film.
Not for anything particularly terrible happening, just due to the menacing, dark atmosphere. Great film.
Tyrannosaur has some lovely, touching moments.
In between the rape, alcoholism and dog-killing
Saw it in a small art cinema. I've seen a few torture porn type movies but it was Salo (1975) that I found most unpleasant.
It really puts you off you M&Ms.
Bad Lieutenant (Abel Ferrara)
seemed like a snuff film beamed in from purgatory.
Man bites dog
Every time I thought about watching it I read the blurb and decided not to bother. Sent it back unwatched.
the birthday dinner is hilarious
Drags you under that. Properly chilled at the end
Bad Boy Bubby - the early scenes set in the 'house' are pretty grim
Tried to watch Grotesque a week or so ago but that was just boring
I saw it in a cinema with only three people in it. The other two walked out.
Anyway i was pretty creeped out as well and my car was parked on the street outside his house, now he lives in a big house and has a decent way to go before you get to the street, it was pitch black, the wind was blowing like fuck and i was rather stoned. I don't think i have ever ran as fast in my life as i did from the front door to my car! :)
want to watch them now, will probably regret it if I do.
For several reasons. One was the guy getting his head staved in with a fire extinguisher and one is the rape scene.
Both because they're really graphic and unflinching in showing you all the detail.
Also, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre is so unbelievably disturbing all the way though. It's a work of art.
is worth a read if you haven't
the filming conditions were insane
Its reputation suffers because of the millions of shitty imitations, but it's a real classic.
but I would be happy if I never saw it again
to rinse my brain of the fire extinguisher scene. Even though it is just a film, I had to understand how it was done to reassure myself it wasn't real.
Watched the film so many times, the Making Of definitely helps to take the edge off it but it's still so visceral.
I think the sound has a lot to do with it. It sounds... dirty...
The house invasion / video scene is truly a milestone moment
and Michael Rooker's performance is incredible.
I've seen him in some really terrible stuff after this
I saw it at the cinema. I was very stoned. I was terrified.
not even kidding. that film made my skin crawl. BE THICK. GIVE UP ON ALL YOUR DREAMS FOR SOME SENTIMENTAL SHALLOW SHITE. AIM LOWER.
nothing disgusting going on but the relationship between Leon and the kid is a bit unsettling
The bit at the end...
That was uncomfortable.
The original one, not the remake. Just relentlessly fucking morbid and cruel. Only thing that relieved the tension was Haneke's insistence on waving the film's "message" in your face.
Only seen the American one, is that a remake?
a bit creepy maybe
please reply with a gif and no words
worth the wait!
I came back here a few days later and read the whole conversation and looked at that gif straight off the bat.
you have to wash that one off..
along with Human Centipede 2
there's only one bit I was like 'urghhhh', the novelty value had worn off by this point
I have often read about how awful/disgusting/disturbing numerous films are, but never yet watched one that was worthy of the hype
in that the first HC is actually alright. The second one has a decent premise but ditches the kitsch shlock for an unpleasant film. It's not shocking, just a bit nasty
True story: I saw it and was blown away, then wanted to see it again so I talked a (female) friend into coming along. The movie unleashed a whole thing for her because, as it turned out, her dad had abused her as a kid - she hadn't dealt with it at all up to that point, in fact had a very close relationship with both her parents. That was years ago now, she's still sorting it all out and barely speaks to me these days.
Watched it once in 2009 and still gives me the willies if i think about it now. What the fuck is wrong with the French?
was bleak as fuck. Good film, but jesus I felt rinsed.
He's a bit formulaic these days but jesus, the first viewing of Happiness was something I won't forget in a hurry.
I was the only one who found any of it funny. Very uncomfortable.
but i'm not sure what the protocol is on DiS about using the n- word even if it's a quote.
the ending is totally WTF...
What's the one with the deformed kid whose dad makes porn film in the same flat? I had to switch that off...
cant remember the name, only watched it a bit ago, it'll come to me
ive got ma mere on dvd but never watched, is it worth it?
but don't expect an uplifting tale...
that scene in the underground tunnels is so claustrophobic
The noises :(:(:(
first time went in knowing nothing about it. Left a broken man.
only rape scenes. I'm so desensitised to general gore and torture.
wasnt expecting to see so much rimming
See also the vomit drinking scene in Bad Taste...
Bright future that director
Actually quite a bit of Upstream Color come to think of it. Proper anxiety inducing stuff.
Also In Bruges oddly enough, but I think that's because I was hungover.
Rape, nuns, breakdowns. Bleak stuff. One scene where Keitel cries with guilt about his life is particularly harrowing.
he stops the two girls in the car and gets them to 'perform' while he jerks off. Grim
oh, and Kids. Holy shit.
without really caring but off the top of my head two films really got to me:
The Descent made me very nervous and not in a good horror film way. I didn't like the small spaces. I didn't really even come out of it respecting the film (I adore good horror) - it seemed that they were using the small spaces instead of writing a good script. I don't know - its been a while since I saw it.
Also: The Deer Hunter. I was very stoned. I think the Russian Roulette scenes scared the shit out of me more than anything I had seen to that point.
All the Martyrs torture porn stuff meh. Some of them are good films. Like Martyrs!
when i was really stoned. I say watched it, I only got about half an hour into it and it was really upsetting me, I had to go to sleep
in American History X
Film appeared to suggest it's totally fine to sexually abuse your employee as long as they just happen to be into it.
Inland Empire scares the shit out of me every time.
not really sexual abuse then is it? It's all about consensual bsm
Not the driving school!
is never clear about it being consensual to start with. It becomes a consensual thing, but I had a real moral issue with the guy just assuming she was down for that at first.
The fact that she enjoyed it is kind of beside the point. The underlying message that sends out is pretty dangerous.
I'm interested. I thought it was shot very well, but couldn't past the way it seemed to be on the side of the manager who started spanking his submissive employee apparently without consent.
I get that it became a consensual BDSM relationship, and that's fine, but I thought the way he just started treating her like that was really uncomfortable. Were we supposed to assume he could tell by the way she was looking that she would enjoy it? Seems pretty shaky ground, no?
some bits of a few takeshi miike films. even full metal yakuza, which is mostly a silly comedy but then there's this pretty brutal and entirely unexpected rape scene that's completely jarring
um probably loads of others, a few have been mentioned
Saw this in France about 6 months before the UK release. Was the only film in English and I had never heard of it. Sweat myself dry with discomfort.
To do with the surname. Interesting....
in the cinema i watched it at the audience we're laughing in mockery/disbelief-at-the-letdown at the ending.
NEVER! EVER! STOP! FUCKING ME!
Watching with my parents, aged c14.
The Reader: Kate Winslet gets nacky and fruity early doors in that one. I sat on the settee and pretended to do the Daily Mail crossword
Christian Slater gets dirty with a nun. In the adverts, my mum said, 'so, have you done that yet?'
a peasant girl
Quite amazing that it comes from Hollywood really
Gozu, although I haven't really watched a lot of the extreme Japanese cinema
Angst is one of the grimmest, claustrophobic films I've seen. Big influence on Gaspar Noe. Handheld, almost POV of a serial killer. Technically brilliant though.
the robert de niro face-biting part.
i shouldnt watch this, and its been mentioned above, is Cannibal Holocaust
no matter what influence it had, those animal scenes are unforgivable
Just found the whole thing very awkward and unsettling