Most Disturbing Horror Movies (Part 2)

Here Are Our Top 4 Most Disturbing Movies

This is the second installment of this list.  If you haven’t already seen the list for movies 20-9, visit the page here and then come back and check out the top 8.

Here you go…

4. Hostel


Torture porn king director Eli Roth made a huge splash in the indie circuit with this outrageously gory and torture ridden horror film about three Americans traveling through Europe. These empty headed too-old-to-be-frat-boys get caught up in a terrible game of human hunting and the events that follow will never leave you once you see it.

The torture scenes are drawn out to prolong the gruesome scenes, but there is absolutely no pay off to any of them so there is really no reason to ever see this unnecessarily violent movie ever again.


3.  The Human Centipede


This movie might win the award for the tackiest film of the year and it really isn’t necessary to watch one time. The film follows the exploits of a sadistic scientist who sews 3 victims together mouth to anus in order to create one digestive track. The first time one of the victims has a BM you’ll know there’s really no reason to watch this film once let alone ever again.


2. The Woman


This was a film I recently viewed through the almighty streaming Netflix service and was ultimately astounded by it. The Woman is about a seemingly “normal” family who takes in the last remaining member of a cannibalistic tribe. It doesn’t take long for you to see that the family might be more barbaric than the prisoner.

The excessive gore (usually revolving around cannibalism) and a sexual assault performed by a child will ensure that you never want to see this film more than once. Don’t get me wrong, this film makes a serious statement about misogynistic behavior and the people we deem “normal” in everyday society. It’s worth a watch… but just once.


1. The Exorcist


The Exorcist is known as “one of the scariest films of all time.” While many people don’t debate that, what they do debate is its watchability. Many people have said that they chose to sit through it once for curiosity, but what they saw was so terrifying they never wanted to see it again.

Maybe it was the sight of a little girl masturbating with a crucifix or her head spinning a full 360 degrees. Well, it also might have been the spider crawl Regan did down the stairs. You could make a list all day about the reasons why you’d never watch this classic horror film more than once.

What do you think? Do you agree with this list? What films would you add or remove?

Did you see the rest of this list? Check it out here

Courtesy of Taste of Cinema

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