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    Oh! Koe no Katachi. It wrecked me. Left me a jumbled mess of anger and sadness, with the slightest glimmer of hope. I wasn't right for days. Hits just as hard as the one-shot and serialized manga. Pretty fucked up. Stop making me feel things! /shakesfist

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    Besides Se7en, Silence of The Lambs and Hannibal, I cannot think of too many fucked up movies that I have seen.

    I've seen quite a bit of really fucked up anime.
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    Tetsuo: The Iron Man

    It was already mentioned. It's fucked up alright, but I like it mostly because it's so bizarre, weird and hilarious as well. And it has an interesting, bleak, cyberpunk aesthetic. Also, I just love the absurd ending, with awesome industrial music.
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    Eraserhead. See for youself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langusta View Post
    Eraserhead. See for youself
    I've seen it.
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    Not movies, but I've always liked Aphex Twin videos. They're not fucked up, but I feel they definitely fit the bizarre film vibe many of these movies have.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ChampionChains View Post
    Not movies, but I've always liked Aphex Twin videos. They're not fucked up, but I feel they definitely fit the bizarre film vibe many of these movies have.[/video]
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    Tokyo Gore Police
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    Why do people keep saying Eraserhead? I see nothing wrong with it.


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    I’m surprised The 120 Days of Sodom wasn’t mentioned.
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    A Serbian Film by far. RIP Phealous, who watched it for a review.

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    The fact that OP knows so many is telling.

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    While not outright gross, The Voices is a pretty great film about a pretty dark subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChampionChains View Post
    Not movies, but I've always liked Aphex Twin videos. They're not fucked up, but I feel they definitely fit the bizarre film vibe many of these movies have.



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    Tokyo Gore Police
    Been meaning to see this actually.

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    I’m surprised The 120 Days of Sodom wasn’t mentioned.
    It was. In my original list. lol

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    A Serbian Film by far. RIP Phealous, who watched it for a review.
    Yeah it's in my list.

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    The fact that OP knows so many is telling.
    Doesn't it? I need more though. I need... to... feed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trifle View Post
    While not outright gross, The Voices is a pretty great film about a pretty dark subject.
    Scared my sister to death, that movie. She's a gentle soul though. Not like me at all.
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    I was never a big fan of horror movies, just watched some horror-action/comedy flicks and was never into what we call now torture porn - with over the top gore.

    * Blair Witch Project
    While the movie was nothing special in story telling nor cinematography, but I was pretty hard hit with the viral marketing campaign. It was subtile enough for me to not catch it as what it was.

    * Martyrs
    I did know what it was, I thought I was laid-back enough, but this movie clearly broke me for a while. While the hollywood popcorn horror movies just redo the 1960 hitchcock style suspense over and over again, Martyrs hits really hard, since there is no preperation for this kind of unique horror movie.

    * Eden Lake
    Again, not just a stupid and idiotic movie, but its deeply disturbing.

    Movies that hit you psychological , if you are able to understand it, are really impactfull and nothing like a simple mystery twist in a storyline a la The Sixth Sense etc.
    I know a lot of other movies with stupid dialogs/storyline/cinematography but I would not descibe them anything special, just basicly worse than formula fiction.
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    The Human Centipede
    The Human Centipede 2

    Those are two, truly, fucked up movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygoustp View Post
    The Human Centipede
    The Human Centipede 2

    Those are two, truly, fucked up movies.
    Have you seen the ones on my list? :P
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    Thanks to this thread, I've already watched 3 fucked up movies that I never would have thought existed.

    Thanks, keep it coming.

    Eden Lake was very disturbing. Probably one of the best horror movies I've seen in a while. Leaves you feeling sick and angry. Mainly because I could actually imagine a situation like that happening.

    Tusk was kind of funny.

    Serbian Film uncut version, the plot and the scenes were pretty fucked up, but it didn't leave me with a sick feeling like Eden Lake did.
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    I have this idea that it's not explicit, gory, sick and perverse stuff that makes a truly disturbing, terrifying movie. It's the power of suggestion and appeal to the imagination. And this is where, to me, the Blair Witch Project actually succeeded a little bit, no matter how silly and hyped it was in hindsight.
    The power of suggestion and the imagination is the key to the dark depths of the mind, to nightmares, hell and beyond.... and I'm under the impression there's a lot of untapped potential in this area. But maybe it's just a fantasy. Maybe what I'm thinking of isn't actually possible...
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    I haven't seen many on that list, maybe just Eden Lake. As for messed up films Wolf Creek was kinda bad, just because it's based on a true story that was never solved.

    Oh also there was one of the second last wrong turn movies that was also messed up. Wrong turn 5.
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