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Thread started 06/24/09 11:36am

paisleypark4

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I need disturbing Dark / scary / thriller films to watch

Recommend me some eerie storylines....dark disturbing tale...or horror flick ( I have seen the goriest..but not disturbing).

Just recommend me some movie that just had you thinking afterwards like Descent, High Tension, Pan's Labrynth, The Life Of Jeffrey Dahmer, Natural Born Killers, The Glass House, The Guardian or even Henty: POASK...stuff like that ya know?

Doesnt have to be horror but a da-- good disturbing movie!
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Reply #1 posted 06/24/09 11:38am

toy4him

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Try "The Talented Mr Ripley" very scary movie it is
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Reply #2 posted 06/24/09 11:46am

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toy4him said:

Try "The Talented Mr Ripley" very scary movie it is

The scariest part of that movie is, Matt Damon in those green speedos! eek
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Reply #3 posted 06/24/09 11:49am

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If you liked Pan's Labyrnth you should check out The Devils Backbone, also directed by Guillermo del Toro.
I loved it.
Fuck the funk - it's time to ditch the worn-out Vegas horns fills, pick up the geee-tar and finally ROCK THE MUTHA-FUCKER!! He hinted at this on Chaos, now it's time to step up and fully DELIVER!!
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Reply #4 posted 06/24/09 11:57am

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Oldboy was quite cool too.
Fuck the funk - it's time to ditch the worn-out Vegas horns fills, pick up the geee-tar and finally ROCK THE MUTHA-FUCKER!! He hinted at this on Chaos, now it's time to step up and fully DELIVER!!
woot!
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Reply #5 posted 06/24/09 12:07pm

justice101

Knowing is a good biblical end of the world thriller
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Reply #6 posted 06/24/09 12:43pm

mcmeekle

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paisleypark4 said:

...The Life Of Jeffrey Dahmer ..Natural Born Killers...Henty: POASK...

Man Bites Dog?
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Reply #7 posted 06/24/09 12:59pm

SCNDLS

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Cape Fear shake
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Reply #8 posted 06/24/09 12:59pm

ernestsewell

Graffiti Bridge
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Reply #9 posted 06/24/09 1:05pm

SCNDLS

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ernestsewell said:

Graffiti Bridge

It is disturbing nod
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Reply #10 posted 06/24/09 1:09pm

ernestsewell

The Serpent and the Rainbow

Tourist Trap
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Reply #11 posted 06/24/09 1:16pm

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muirdo said:

If you liked Pan's Labyrnth you should check out The Devils Backbone, also directed by Guillermo del Toro.
I loved it.


I absolutely recommend Devil's Backbone as well. nod

Also "The Orphanage"
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Reply #12 posted 06/24/09 1:16pm

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ernestsewell said:

The Serpent and the Rainbow

Tourist Trap


Yesssss!!! One of my all time faves.

Those fuckin dummies. mad
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Reply #13 posted 06/24/09 1:48pm

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Wolf Creek

Hostel

both played on my mind for days after!
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Reply #14 posted 06/24/09 1:53pm

Byron

Wolf Creek, yep...

Session 9

Singapore Sling (absolutely THE craziest movie anyone, anywhere, will ever see)

Audition

Funny Games (the original)
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Reply #15 posted 06/24/09 2:01pm

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^^^

Wolf Creek, scared me so bad! I watched it on HBO late at night, I walked around my house checking all doors and windows for half an hour. omg
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Reply #16 posted 06/24/09 2:06pm

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INLAND EMPIRE was the last movie to make me feel like my sanity had been sucked out of my brain (which, okay, is no great feat, but still!). it's dark, it's disturbing, it's crazy, and it's bizarre. it's david lynch, so know that you're getting into some weird stuff, but if you want disturbing, you'll get it.
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Reply #17 posted 06/24/09 2:11pm

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I hate to recommend this, because it is too disturbing but...

"Trouble Every Day"
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Reply #18 posted 06/24/09 2:20pm

ernestsewell

johnart said:

ernestsewell said:

The Serpent and the Rainbow

Tourist Trap


Yesssss!!! One of my all time faves.

Those fuckin dummies. mad


I knew you were sexy for other reasons. You're like the only other person EVER to know that movie. My aunt and I watched it in Cinemax back in 1981 or whenever it came out, and I've never seen it on TV since. I snagged the DVD when I finally found it. It's SO ridiculous, and great at the same time. Truly a B-movie, but the death scene w/ the plaster....kinda creepy. Haunted me as a kid. We had the typical gay "Bad Movie Night" back in 2003/4 on Sundays before Queer as Folk would come on. I brought that, and Trick or Treat on different occasions. We laughed so hard at stuff.
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Reply #19 posted 06/24/09 2:28pm

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ernestsewell said:

johnart said:



Yesssss!!! One of my all time faves.

Those fuckin dummies. mad


I knew you were sexy for other reasons. You're like the only other person EVER to know that movie. My aunt and I watched it in Cinemax back in 1981 or whenever it came out, and I've never seen it on TV since. I snagged the DVD when I finally found it. It's SO ridiculous, and great at the same time. Truly a B-movie, but the death scene w/ the plaster....kinda creepy. Haunted me as a kid. We had the typical gay "Bad Movie Night" back in 2003/4 on Sundays before Queer as Folk would come on. I brought that, and Trick or Treat on different occasions. We laughed so hard at stuff.


Totally own it. On vhs first (dating myself) and I was so excited when I found a DVD!! I remember when it was out at the movies (I was little) seeing the poster ad in the paper. Then watching it when it came on vhs (NOT beta mad) with my mom and being creeped out.
As an adult there's definitely a lot of "funny" cause of all the bad acting (Tanya Roberts HELLO! altho she so works that tubetop! lol). But the dummies remain so creepy to me.

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Reply #20 posted 06/24/09 2:35pm

ernestsewell

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Totally own it. On vhs first (dating myself) and I was so excited when I found a DVD!! I remember when it was out at the movies (I was little) seeing the poster ad in the paper. Then watching it when it came on vhs (NOT beta mad) with my mom and being creeped out.
As an adult there's definitely a lot of "funny" cause of all the bad acting (Tanya Roberts HELLO! altho she so works that tubetop! lol). But the dummies remain so creepy to me.

LOVE LOVE LOVE highfive


Mannequins still make me look twice, just to be sure....ya know.

And yes, she did work that tube top.
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Reply #21 posted 06/24/09 3:06pm

damosuzuki

Byron said:

Audition


muirdo said:

Oldboy was quite cool too.



Those were the first two movies that popped into my head.
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Reply #22 posted 06/24/09 4:42pm

ZombieKitten

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If you liked Pan's Labyrnth you should check out The Devils Backbone, also directed by Guillermo del Toro.
I loved it.

or El Orfanato sad

speaking of del Toro, I saw him do a cameo in the silliest film the other day falloff

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Reply #23 posted 06/24/09 4:43pm

DanceWme

ernestsewell said:

The Serpent and the Rainbow

Tourist Trap

the serpent and the rainbow was just ugh.. weird
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Reply #24 posted 06/24/09 5:01pm

jstar69

Wolf Creek hands down - very disturbing and loosely based on truth

I couldnt watch it in one sitting....had to keep coming back to it
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Reply #25 posted 06/24/09 5:16pm

Anxiety

DanceWme said:

ernestsewell said:

The Serpent and the Rainbow

Tourist Trap

the serpent and the rainbow was just ugh.. weird


serpent and the rainbow and jacob's ladder would make a skeevy double feature.
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Reply #26 posted 06/24/09 5:20pm

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Byron said:

Wolf Creek, yep...

Session 9

Singapore Sling (absolutely THE craziest movie anyone, anywhere, will ever see)

Audition

Funny Games (the original)


I totally agree with the last two.

I would also say Requiem For A Dream and Irreversible, but those lean more toward just plain disturbing rather than scary.
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Reply #27 posted 06/24/09 5:22pm

DanceWme

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DanceWme said:


the serpent and the rainbow was just ugh.. weird


serpent and the rainbow and jacob's ladder would make a skeevy double feature.

i dont think i could handle that lol
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Reply #28 posted 06/24/09 5:23pm

Anxiety

sextonseven said:

Byron said:

Wolf Creek, yep...

Session 9

Singapore Sling (absolutely THE craziest movie anyone, anywhere, will ever see)

Audition

Funny Games (the original)


I totally agree with the last two.

I would also say Requiem For A Dream and Irreversible, but those lean more toward just plain disturbing rather than scary.


irreversible is probably the most disturbing film i've ever seen, and not in any way that i would necessarily recommend. it's not a poorly done film by any means, but....JEEEEZUS. disbelief
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Reply #29 posted 06/24/09 5:38pm

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Saw this ages ago. God knows what age I was, left an impression. Maybe not what you're after, but available to watch NOW! Four parts.

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