What is the most violent movie u saw?

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    mine is SAW or Dead Alive
     
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    Mary Poppins. I was scared witless. :eek:
     
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    Children of the Corn. I was about 12 and I did not sleep at all that night. Thought Malicai was going to get me:doubt:
     
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    Watershipdown and Jaws :eek: ;) :D
     
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    I would say Braindead (or Dead Alive as it was called in the states)

    A very funny gory zombie comedy from Peter Jackson early days.
     
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    just about anything by Tarantino!
     
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    How about "Shampoo"? That was very painful!
     
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    oh.. it was brutal, but you cant look a way.
     
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    Shampoo is painful if u get it in your eyes
     
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    a movie I saw a year back .. still fresh in my head: 28DAYS , just fantastic but heavy with a good end after all :D
     
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    Well, I grew up watching all Vampire/Zombie and the most gruesome movies of all.

    But nothing traumatized me for life more than the very real(!) movie
    "Faces of Death" :eek: and "Ren & Stimpy", the comic series.

    GROSS! :gack:
     
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    A german movie called "Funny Games". Disturbin, but not that good, anyway.
     
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    If you all saw this movie you probably will all agree and many of you will say you never should have watched it. The most brutal movie ever: Irréversible



     
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    Anything with Anthony Wong starring is usally a safe bet. (For example Bunman the untold story, or the ebola syndrome).

    Or if you mean disturbing then Men Behind the Sun

    Or if you mean enjoyable gunplay then John Woo's The Killer takes some beating.
     
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    I agree Nat....Faces of Death was unreal. My friends and I crossed the border to the USA(banned in Canada at the time) to watch it late one night. We all left with our jaws dropped.
     
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    How about The Hellraiser series? Most gory thing I've seen so far.
     
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    The remake of Humpty Dumpty was worse then that, at least the first 1 to 20 parts. The other 1546 parts were kinda repetitious and not near as hair raising.
     
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    faces of death i have heard of those what are they? and can i buy it? why is it banned?
     
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    It is a compilation of actual accident and death scenes. really gross.:eek: :gack:
     
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    Yes. They show in details how mostly animals get killed by the hands of people. A death row inmate in his last minutes ~ I could litterally feel his fear :ouch: ...and much more of disgusting things.

    One thing I know for sure is.
    Anybody who is able to watch this film without one bit of negative emotion, needs professional help!
     
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