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Most disgusting movie(s) you've seen so far...
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Posted 6/15/07

gto734 wrote:

clockwork orange? how is it disturbing its pretty tame if you ask me
but. it is a good movie



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I dont see how people can find clockwork orange disturbing???


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Really? It's not gory or anything, but the content could be very well described as disturbing. A truly disgusting movie is La Grande Bouffe ( I think Blow Out is the English title ). Has anyone seen it? I don't think I've seen anything comparibly disgusting yet.
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kyocool wrote:

I dont see how people can find clockwork orange disturbing???


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I once heard someone say there are two types of movie fans in the world.

When the first kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of gene kelly singing and dancing on the street in the rain.

When the second kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of of malcom mcdowell singing and brutally raping someone in her home before her husbands eyes.

Personally, I think both films are wonderful.
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ahojcookie wrote:


gto734 wrote:

clockwork orange? how is it disturbing its pretty tame if you ask me
but. it is a good movie



kyocool wrote:

I dont see how people can find clockwork orange disturbing???


Trevor (OP)


Really? It's not gory or anything, but the content could be very well described as disturbing. A truly disgusting movie is La Grande Bouffe ( I think Blow Out is the English title ). Has anyone seen it? I don't think I've seen anything comparibly disgusting yet.


http://www.guineapigfilms.com/Flower.html I would say this wont be surpassed for awhile its as real as it could get with out really killing
Posted 6/15/07

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kyocool wrote:

I dont see how people can find clockwork orange disturbing???


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I once heard someone say there are types of movie fans in the world.

When the first kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of gene kelly singing and dancing on the street in the rain.

When the second kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of of malcom mcdowell singing and brutally raping someone in her home before her husbands eyes.

Personally, I think both films are wonderful.



Ha! too bad they had to destory that wonderful one piece outfit with those scissors...but still...i dont find either disturbing and your correct both are fantastic movies.

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azrael910 wrote:

I once heard someone say there are types of movie fans in the world.

When the first kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of gene kelly singing and dancing on the street in the rain.

When the second kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of of malcom mcdowell singing and brutally raping someone in her home before her husbands eyes.

Personally, I think both films are wonderful.
That's so cool, and true. I'm going to steal that as a quote.

Guinea Pig films are nothing more than b-movies for the glassy-eyed in mac.
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mine would be borat and suicide circle. borat was funny but had totally gay scenes in it. and suicide circle was just creepy. oh and izumaki scared the shit out of me when i watched it.
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azrael910 wrote:

I once heard someone say there are types of movie fans in the world.

When the first kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of gene kelly singing and dancing on the street in the rain.

When the second kind hears the song "singing in the rain," they think of of malcom mcdowell singing and brutally raping someone in her home before her husbands eyes.

Personally, I think both films are wonderful.
That's so cool, and true. I'm going to steal that as a quote.

Guinea Pig films are nothing more than b-movies for the glassy-eyed in mac.


B-Movie!? its not even a movie to me a movie has a plot this is just a simulated snuff
film calling it a B-Movie is trying to make it sound better than it is.
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^ The Saw series is good! The third one was kind bad though, they're relying too much on gore and not enough on the good plot twists and such. The first and second were really good though, Saw II wins as the best though. What bugs me though is that people call them horror, when they aren't actually meant to be scary O_o...
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texas chainsaw (orig)
has just got really bad feel to it

and you see no blood in it
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Cabin Fever, it sucked balls cause i was eating sloppy joes while watchin it, and i luv sloppy joes
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gto734 wrote:
B-Movie!? its not even a movie to me a movie has a plot this is just a simulated snuff
film calling it a B-Movie is trying to make it sound better than it is.
*amused* Fair point.

My offering for this thread: Cannibal Holocaust. I couldn't finish it. Mostly because I dislike seeing genuine cruelty to animals in a film

Cool. Wikipedia has a detailed page about this film: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannibal_Holocaust
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it was a crappy fake documentry just like blair witch project
mate
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^ Have you seen it? If the animal slaughter scenes are fake, then it's my hat 100% off to the special effects guy.
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^Back in the day they thought the lady impaled on the stick was real
the director had to go to court and prove it was fake.
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yep in diddly doop
that shows that it was convincing
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