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Most messed up movie you ever seen?

Discussion in 'Movies, Music & Television' started by The Penguin, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. The Penguin

    The Penguin Chilly Willy The Penguin

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    Name the most messed up movie you ever seen?

    For me, Class of 1984. I watch the movie on The Movie Network a few decades ago. End up being the most violet high school based movie I ever seen in my life.

     
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    Mulholland Drive.

    That was all kinds of messed up.
     
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    Down and Dirty Duck

    I watched it because the Cinema Snob did a review on it, and I became curious. The movie and animation was trippy, and has a plotline that made no sense (if it had a plotline anyway)
     
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    "Wayne's World" and "The Blair Witch Project."
     
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  5. The Penguin

    The Penguin Chilly Willy The Penguin

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    Don't find it much of a mess up movie but a movie with not much point. Still I liked the movie and watched it many times.

    I do agree though for this movie.
     
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    Yea, I just found the first one extremely boring, and the second one amateurish and not scary. That is what makes movies great. Many persons can love ones we hate, or hate ones we love. It sometimes depends on what the expectations were prior to watching it, and the comparison against other movies that we have seen before. I think it is partly too because I like watching movies to learn, or to laugh or be afraid, but I got nothing from them. Just a personal dislike.
     
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    I know i'm going to sound like a wuss here, but the buffet scene from spirited away urked me the first time I saw it- mostly because people stuffing food into their faces like that was really overwhelming. and then there's the realization that there's a sort of cannibalism happening later on in the film. good movie, but those parts were reeeeeeally messed up.
     
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    When I was a kid, I was terrified of Jurassic Park. But it is not all that messed up.

    As an adult, I'd say Winter's Bone.
     
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    The Hostel series and Saw series.
    So messed up. I couldn't sleep for a week after my dad made me watch Hostel 2, I also barricaded myself in my room with my furniture and wouldn't come out because I thought the same thing would happen to me that happened in the film.
     
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    That's a tie between "Julian Donkey Boy" and "The Idiots".
     
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    Years later, I still have no idea why professors in my university thought this was proper material for students.

    It was a French film about 2 sisters, and one of them is the center of attention of boys while the other is not. Seriously messed up. The French title is "A ma soeur", but a Google search tells me its been released under several titles in English-speaking countries (depending on the market, I guess), those being: "For my sister", "Fat Girl" and "Story of a Whale".
    Think the titles are bad? You've seen nothing. That movie was so disturbing, I wouldn't even recommend reading the plot.
     
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    I've seen some messed up things but "Hostel" gets another vote from me. I understand violence, maybe even very gruesome violence as part of a horror movie. But Hostel isn't even really otherwise scary. Its more or less just about people being brutally tortured to dead. "Torture Porn" they call it I guess.
    I remember my dad couldn't sit through the whole movie and left. Myself and a friend finished the movie. I remember just feeling appalled afterward. I have no interest in seeing Hostel 2.

    I did like "Saw" however. Its gruesome but to a purpose.

    I feel like "The Human Centipede" should be on this list. I have personally never seen it but from the trailer I have seen and from what others describe about it, it remains on my "refuse to watch" list.
     
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    Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance

    Hyper violent, and even so, I couldn't stop watching it. I can still remember that scene in the river that made me cringe! For some reason, Koreans are very good at these kind of films; well directed and filmed, but seriously violent and just messed up. :fearscream:
     
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    LOL I watched the clip, that Class of 1984 is pretty senseless! And to think that clip contains the good scenes...
     
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    Spirited away freaked me out so much as a kid! The transformation into pigs just, ugh! Nightmare fuel!
     
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    Of Mice and Men (the book is as well). Watership Down and them really triply Shakespear videos I arch watched at primary school.
     
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    i was really chilled by reservoir dogs why did i give in to the hype
     
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    Felidae and the anime version of Wicked City. Both are definitely not for kids and I strongly suggest you watch them at your own risk as they are truly messed up.
    Here's a review of both movies, and even the reviews are shocking.



     
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    1984 - We had originally gone to see Rambo but it was sold out, so we opted to see 1984. We kept sitting hoping it would get better, but it just got worse. The movie left us feeling drained and very uncomfortable:

     
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    stalingrad (1993): suffering, misery, starvation, brutality, soldiers being turned into minced meat when tanks drove over the trenches and intentionally ground down the soldiers in them > the power of the herd mentality must be mighty to get so many people to die for the political and economic prowess of country (represented by the 1%), all wrapped as an ideal of patriotism

    start trek, wrath of kahn, the scene where they put a brain eating insect in the helmet and the put helmet on a crewmember, and show the insect crawling into his ear, that really freaked me out

    i found the hannibal tv series quite disturbing, while i found the mind games interesting, i found the graphic use of victimes as trophies a bit too much.
     
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