Favorite "Disturbing" Films?

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Favorite "Disturbing" Films?#1
Posted: 2/15/08 at 11:18pm
DEAD ALIVE

DANCER IN THE DARK

VERIDIANA

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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#2
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:26am
Un chien andalou - Bunuel is psychottic in all the right ways

Audition - scarred me for life. "kiri, kiri, kiri"

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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#2
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:30am
Audition wasn't as scary as they said it was.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#3
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:39am
Un Chien Andalou isn't disturbing.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#4
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:41am
"Hard Candy"

"Eating Raoul"

"Cries and Whispers"

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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#5
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:41am
We are discussing disturbing films nits, not sacry films. And yes, Audition was hella disturbing.

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Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:42am
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#7
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:45am
I was gonna say Requiem too fromage. That's a good one.

Hard Candy is another good call Beacon.

Eraserhead. I have no idea what it's really about, but that singing lady in the mouse hole freaks me out bug time.

And since Disney was brought up - Fox and the Hound.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#8
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:48am
Taz, I'm with you tonight. Requiem for a Dream was going to be my post, but then you brought up Eraserhead - good choice!
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Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:52am
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#10
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:53am
I found this trailer for an Asian film coming out soon. There seems to be very info on it, but it's called "Art Of The Devil".

Before you click, be aware that this is really f**ked up, so click at your own risk:

http://twitchfilm.net/site/view/bloody-disgusting-long-khong-2-aka-art-of-the-devil-3-trailer/
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#11
Posted: 2/16/08 at 1:54am
"Donnie Darko"

The original "Candyman"
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Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:00am
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#13
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:13am
same here, I kinda like the gory flicks. But I can't watch those shows that show real life surgeries.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#14
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:14am
I'm trying to think and nothing really comes to mind.
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Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:15am
as per ususal. re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#16
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:20am
Pretty Woman
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#17
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:25am
Thanks, Taz.

JERK!
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#18
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:42am
Audition

Bug

Hard Candy
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#19
Posted: 2/16/08 at 8:11am
I don't know how anyone could not say that Un chien andalou is not disturbing. Have you not watch the first 10 minutes??? Bunuel was an amazing film director! All of his films rock.

A Clockwork Orange would be one of my favorites. But usually I'm not one to watch disturbing films again, such as Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Last House on the Left (1972), The Hills Have Eyes (1977) and Mother's Day. The latter three are horrid films anyway.

Dead Alive while disturbing has got to be one of the most hilarious films around.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#20
Posted: 2/16/08 at 10:09am
Irréversible - Gaspar Noé

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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#21
Posted: 2/16/08 at 10:32am
Midnight Express was very disturbing to me.
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#22
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:09pm
Suddenly, Last Summer
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#23
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:12pm
So what was so "disturbing" about DANCER IN THE DARK and VIRIDIANA (evidently you were so disturbed that you couldn't even remember how to spell it correctly) and DEAD ALIVE?
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re: Favorite 'Disturbing' Films?#24
Posted: 2/16/08 at 2:13pm
Until you've seen IN A GLASS CAGE, you ain't been disturbed.
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