A few years ago, there were lots of most violent, graphics and disturbing R-rated movies came in Hollywood industries. This is the reason that these films were the attraction of the public, at that time the director and production team challenged an ordinance, no one can see such films alone in the cinema hall.
How many people have already seen this? share your most horrific movie name and share the name of a movie, whose disturbed you most.
#1 Pi – 1998
Numbers expert Max Cohen (Sean Gullette) is hindered by mental dreams of neurosis and weakening migraines. He lives in an untidy Chinatown condo, where he tinkers with conditions and his hand crafted, super-propelled PC. One day, in any case, Cohen experiences a strange number. Not long after subsequent to announcing his disclosure to his guide (Check Margolis) and to a religious companion (Ben Shenkman), he gets himself the objective of not well-intentioned Money Road operators keen on utilizing the number for the benefit.
#2 Fight Club – 1999
Violent and nihilistic, Fight Club follows a depressed man (Edward Norton) who suffers from insomnia and meets a strange man named Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), where the two form an underground fight club. It’s highly original, thought-provoking, cynical and ultra explicit in equal measure, with the final twist acting as a mind-battering conclusion.
#3 Requiem for a Dream – 2000
Another gem from director Darren Aronofsky, Requiem for a Dream is a bleak and depressing psychedelic trip into the world of drug addiction as the lines between reality and delusion become increasingly blurred. As I say, it’s unapologetic about its portrayal of a decidedly grim and hopeless subject and it’s one of those films that will stick with you for ages after.
#4 Mulholland Drive – 2001
I’ve never watched a film that genuinely perturbed me as much as Mulholland Drive. Master of the surreal, David Lynch’s neo-noir mystery tells the story of an aspiring actress named Betty Elms (Watts), newly arrived in Los Angeles, who meets and befriends an amnesiac woman (Harring) as they attempt to get to the bottom of the woman’s identity. It’s the subject of numerous interpretations, but almost everyone is in agreement that the dreamy commentary on Hollywood’s vacuous culture is a beautifully dark and cryptic masterpiece.
#5 28 Days Later – 2002
This post-apocalyptic horror film by Danny Boyle is responsible for reinvigorating the zombie genre, replacing hordes and hordes of the bloodthirsty un-dead with haunting themes of the consequence of global epidemics and the catastrophic affects of medical research while weaving in various political allusions.
It’s frighteningly believable, which makes it all the more disturbing
#6 Oldboy – 2003
The original South Korean version, a sarcastic boy, is directed by Park Chan-wook and there are lots of most violent, graphics in this movies. it’s a squeamish and brutal tale of revenge that’s consistently ranked as one of the Classic movies in modern Asian cinema.
#7 The Human Centipede – 2009
One of the more infamous films on the list, The Human Centipede was pretty groundbreaking when it was released due to its graphic nature. I’m sure you know, but it’s about a German surgeon who kidnaps three tourists and joins them surgically, mouth to anus, forming a “human centipede”, a conjoined triplet. Two sequels have also been released.
#8 Hostel -2005
Hostel tells the story of two college students traveling across Europe, who find themselves preyed upon by a mysterious group that tortures and kills kidnapped victims. Some of the torture scenes are torturous themselves, with severed limbs, corpses and dangling eyes a plenty. A word of warning: don’t plan on watching it if you’re intending to go inter-railing.
#9 Slither – 2006
In what has since become a cult film, Slither is a weirdly creepy yet funny movie that is almost so bad it’s good. A small town is taken over by an alien plague, turning residents into zombies and all forms of disgusting mutants who threaten to devour the Earth. Properly weird but undoubtedly entertaining.
A sinister thriller that relies more on psychological terror than any real in-your-face horror, 1408 follows an author who investigates allegedly haunted houses until visiting room 1408 at a New York City hotel. Though sceptical of the paranormal, he is soon trapped in the room where he experiences some pretty bizarre events.
#11 Black Swan 2010
A psychological horror film, Black Swan is a dark and unsettling film about a ballerina who is tasked with playing the innocent and fragile White Swan, as well as the sensual Black Swan as she finds herself competing for the part, causing her to lose her tenuous grip on reality and descend into a living nightmare. It’s supposedly a commentary on artistic perfection and also explores the theme of doppelgangers.
#12 The Conjuring
This American supernatural horror film follows two paranormal investigators and demonologists who are summoned to a house with a macabre history, where a supernatural force terrorises the Perron family and their five children. A genuinely well-made film with compelling performances from its cast and a smart plot, The Conjuring is one of the highest-grossing horror films of all time.
#13 The Babadook
The Babadook holds a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and it’s not hard to see why. When a disturbing storybook called ‘The Babadook‘ turns up at their house,a young boy is convinced that the Babadook is the creature he’s been dreaming about. As his hallucinations spiral out of control, becoming more and more unpredictable, his mother realises he might be telling the truth…
#14 The Strangers 2008
The Strangers follows a young couple who are terrorized by three masked assailants over the course of an evening at a remote summer home. Many critics praised its atmosphere and tension, with a sequel coming out this year.
#15 Green Room
Green Room is one of those films that might have slipped under your radar, but for hotror fans, it’s a must-see. It focuses on a punk band who find themselves attacked by neo-Nazi skinheads after witnessing a murder at a remote club, and is edge-of-your-seat viewing. It appeared on many critics’ lists as one of the best films of 2016 and received a 2017 Empire Award nomination for Best Horror.