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Thread: Disturbing Films You Wouldn't Watch Again

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Anything by Dario Argento ......Tenebrae being the most graphic

    There was something wrong with that bloke when he made those films


    Bully and Hard Candy are also a bit distressing

    These days I watch reruns of On The Buses
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  2. #22

    Re: Disturbing Films You Wouldn't Watch Again

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Anything by Dario Argento ......Tenebrae being the most graphic

    There was something wrong with that bloke when he made those films


    Bully and Hard Candy are also a bit distressing

    These days I watch reruns of On The Buses

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    When I was about 15/16 my friends and I watched 'a serbian film' it was new at the time, and getting headlines for being the worst film ever made in terms of shock/horror. It ended up getting band from most forms of distribution.

    At that time we were fairly desensitised to it, there seems to be a weird stage as a teenage boy, when watching sick videos is appealing ?? Human centipede and all that. I remember friends in school sharing all the ISIS killing videos, very graphic beheadings ect, and me not really being bothered by watching it.

    I could never bring myself to watch anything like that now, it would disturb me. I guess being older, have nieces and nephews and generally being more mature, it is crazy thinking back the shit we watched / had access to

  5. #25

    Re: Disturbing Films You Wouldn't Watch Again

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Anything by Dario Argento ......Tenebrae being the most graphic

    There was something wrong with that bloke when he made those films


    Bully and Hard Candy are also a bit distressing

    These days I watch reruns of On The Buses
    Smiled at this. I, too, recently discovered that every episode of On the Buses is available on YouTube. They lived a dreary life, those people, all squeezed into a little house and squabbling all the time. Funny, though.

    YouTube also has several 1960s episodes of Z Cars and a long list of old British films from the '40s, '50s and '60s.

    It doesn't have to be Netflix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyscoular View Post
    Smiled at this. I, too, recently discovered that every episode of On the Buses is available on YouTube. They lived a dreary life, those people, all squeezed into a little house and squabbling all the time. Funny, though.

    YouTube also has several 1960s episodes of Z Cars and a long list of old British films from the '40s, '50s and '60s.

    It doesn't have to be Netflix.
    I've just started the first term of Grange Hill and enjoying it

  7. #27

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    A Serbian Film

  8. #28

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    The Martyrs is pretty grim.

  9. #29

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    The Saw films and that Serbian one.

  10. #30

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    Quote Originally Posted by tforturton View Post
    The Martyrs is pretty grim.
    Oh yes that's unwatchable really

  11. #31

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    Flower Of Flesh And Blood

    You watch that and you ask yourself what's going on in the mind of the bloke making that ?

  12. #32

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    It's dated but last house on the left I found worrying

  13. #33

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    Candy goes to Hollywood

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    Bambi

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    Threads
    Yes, a thousand times yes. I first watched it a couple of months back and the thought of it still makes me shudder.

    I've seen a lot of exploitative horror films, but none of them compare to Threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokyo Blue View Post
    Yes, a thousand times yes. I first watched it a couple of months back and the thought of it still makes me shudder.

    I've seen a lot of exploitative horror films, but none of them compare to Threads.
    Are we talking the nuclear war film from 1984 ?

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    Straw Dogs.

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    Straw Dogs.
    Yes that's unpleasant

  19. #39

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    that bit in a neverending story when the horse gives up and sinks into the swamp

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    Peeping Tom

    They reckon it was the first slasher film , ahead of its time

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