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Horror Movies So Gruesome They Made You Physically Ill

22MEANTXGUNS22 Oct 6, 2015

  1. SlightChance

    SlightChance Miller's Maddness JDBA Official Member

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    I don't mind gory movies, but I don't like torture porn. So I am not a huge fan of Saw, Hostel, etc. Cannibal Holocaust is a pretty gruesome movie, I am excited for Green Inferno but I don't think it is a movie that needs to be seen in a theater.

    However I have seen some awesome movies that are pretty gory.

    All the Evil Dead Trilogy (The remake wasn't too bad either but there was no Bruce Campbell)

    Dead Alive (also known as Braindead, directed by Peter Jackson. This movie was gross and hysterical at the same time. ) If you have not seen this movie you are doing yourself an injustice.

    Zombi 1&2 (Zombie vs Shark in the second one)


    The last horror movies to actually make me feel uneasy were House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects.

    To be honest I saw Scream when I was about 5 years old and it scared the shit out of me but nothing has really bothered me since. :unintroduced:

    Also just throwing this out there, but Tremors 5 is on Netflix now
     
  2. zogglet

    zogglet Better than Nutella Administrator Lady Devil JDBA Official Member

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    I never heard of it, so I just looked it up on IMDB. I am banging my head on the wall for reading the synopsis. Holy shit, I think that movie would actually traumatize me if I watched it. LMAO. Holy god.
     
  3. 22MEANTXGUNS22

    22MEANTXGUNS22 Huge member

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    If they made you queasy and creeped out for days I'd venture a guess that it was Italian horror from the 80s. There were a few movies by Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci that had that exact same effect on me. That scene in City of the Living Dead where the woman barfs out her own guts was pretty disgusting. Very underrated movie that makes me wish there were more supernatural zombie movies rather than the traditional ones in which corpses are reanimated by chemicals or viruses.

    Oh, technically not a real horror movie, nor was it that gruesome, but I remember that one time when I was a kid, my sister and I were watching Aliens and just to be a jerk she compared my chicken alfredo to the insides of the face hugger bishop was doing an autopsy on. Not cool big sis, not cool at all. Till this day I can't eat chicken alfredo without thinking of that movie. Great movie though.
     
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  4. wcjohn

    wcjohn Sum Quod Sum JDBA Official Member

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    Oldboy left me feeling assaulted psychologically. Does that count?
     
  5. Shiroi.oni

    Shiroi.oni Huge member

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    Oh crap! Forgot about that one! And the original foreign one.
     
  6. C-57D

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    1979 classic... "Phantasm"
    Written and directed Don Coscarelli
     
  7. zogglet

    zogglet Better than Nutella Administrator Lady Devil JDBA Official Member

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    I just looked it up; Cannibal Ferox was indeed made in 1981 and directed by Umberto Lenzi (it was actually banned in the UK because the animal torture in the movie was real, holy crap). Considering those other cannibal movies I saw had a very similar vibe, you're probably right.

    LMAO. That's terrible. Somebody compared lasagna I was eating to something gross in a movie once--I can't remember what--and I didn't eat lasagna for like two years after that.
    :jdvomit:
     
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  8. TopHat

    TopHat Drivin' that train..... Brigade Member

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    This scene from Alien makes me want to hurl......

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  9. RNST

    RNST Entrusted Devil Super Moderator

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    I get squeamish when I think of this one.

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    Seriously, I have difficulty watching some of this twisted stuff :bwah:

    The Saw series were particularly gruesome IMHO.

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  10. Planterz

    Planterz seriously nutz Brigade Member

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    I had the worst movie-related nightmares I've ever experienced after watching "Spartacus". But I think that was more a result of the horrible food poisoning I was dealing with rather than the film itself. A few years back I tried to re-watch it, but had reverse-Proustian flashbacks, and couldn't continue.
     
  11. zogglet

    zogglet Better than Nutella Administrator Lady Devil JDBA Official Member

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    Come to think of it, the movies that make me the sickest/most freaked out are due to involuntary memories I get when thinking about something bad or nasty that happened during my watching them. When I was in second grade, I was home from school for two weeks due to a terrible snow storm, and we didn't have power for almost a month. I watched a lot of movies using a generator, and I specifically associate Poltergeist with that experience. It's not specifically terrifying (to me), but that experience was one of the least pleasant times of my life, especially because I had to finish a science fair project while it was below freezing inside the house.
    :snow:
     
  12. Krull

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    Honestly never have gotten sick over a movie,of course I think that's both my twisted personality and the fact I live out in back country-I've worked clearing brush for my gandma and I wasn't more then ten yards from a dead deer,middle of summer,ninety humid degrees,that deer was nothing but a swarming pile of maggots and the smell was something else.

    Now I can name one film that I think would make people puke and that's Seven,most of the really horrid films just disgust me and I shut them off but not SAW that film was just cheap shit,I think I watched about half of the first one and stopped,it was like a cheap cinemax movie of the week.

    Two films that just screwed with my psyche and made me not want to watch them again was actually anime-Bare foot Gen and Grave of the Fireflys,Gen is about a boy who lives in and survives Hiroshima,lovely little film about what an atom bomb can do,and fireflys is about two kids going through WWII Japan,they don't make it you basically watch them starve to death :devilzeek I know war sucks no need to rub it in!
     
  13. zogglet

    zogglet Better than Nutella Administrator Lady Devil JDBA Official Member

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    I've seen Grave of the Fireflies and had a similar reaction. I never watched it again. Movies that screw with your psyche have more of a lasting effect, as opposed to movies only reliant on shock value to try to fuck up the viewer.
     
  14. 22MEANTXGUNS22

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    We must be connected at the brain, hehe. I Too have several movies that I've connected to involuntary memories as well. I recently watched The Pet Sematary movies and will always associate them with one of two things : The first is when The second Pet Sematary came out on VHS, I was in SA to visit my uncle, who is a huge horror movie buff. Since my parents had not seen the first one we rented both. I remember over doing it with Big Red and Skittles and after the first movie was over, I blew chunks as a result. Ironically, this didn't negatively affect my view of these movies, but till this day I still don't like Skittles or Big Red. Like I literally have had neither since that incident. The second memory that always will be tied into these movies is the fact that my first cat looked just like Church. I remember growing up I would hear the comparison all the time, "oh, he looks just like the cat from Pet Sematary." I had to put him down due to old age many years ago, but any time I watch this movie I get ever so slightly somber because seeing that cat makes me think of him and all the little comments I would hear about how he looked just like Church, and it makes me miss my big buddy.
     
  15. Stu

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    No movie has ever made me physically ill, but I dont choose to watch things like "Hostel" as I really dont want to see sadists cutting people up.

    I think "The Descent" is one of the scariest films, but it didnt make me ill.
     
  16. zogglet

    zogglet Better than Nutella Administrator Lady Devil JDBA Official Member

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    Awww... that's very sad, and very relate-able. :ssad:

    Weird; I'm the same way about food associations. Prime example (not movie-related, though): I found out about the only C I got in a class in college while sitting in the student union, eating my favorite item there: this amazing cinnamon-sugar butter muffin. It was my favorite thing to treat myself to, but after that, I could never stomach one again without a) getting pissed at myself; and b) very slightly feeling superstitious about it, which in turn made me feel even more like a moron.
    :banghead:
     
  17. Chopster72

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    This is kinda wimpy but when I was young I watched the original "Children of the Corn" (showing my age). Anyway living where corn is everywhere, In a town of 150 in the country, it had an effect on my mind. Every day for about two years I couldn't get he who walks behind the rows.......even to this day being grown up I still think of that while walking.
     
  18. kd0g

    kd0g JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    Cannibal Holocaust is probably the worst, I felt morally corrupt after watching that film. Like I'm going to hell just for watching it.
     
  19. Shiroi.oni

    Shiroi.oni Huge member

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    Awesome! Can't wait to watch it!
     
  20. Rover

    Rover Rock N' Roll Outlaw JDBA Official Member

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    First film that came to mind when I read the thread title was Cannibal Holocaust. Makes Green Inferno look like The Jungle Book. ​So fucked up.
     

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