7 Most Horrifying Films You Will Ever Watch

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A Serbian Film (2010)

Directed by Srđan Spasojević, A Serbian Film is infamous for its extreme and graphic content, including scenes of sexual violence, torture, and depravity. The film's disturbing subject matter and explicit imagery have made it highly controversial and widely banned in several countries.

Audition (1999)

Directed by Takashi Miike, Audition is a Japanese horror film that follows a widower who holds auditions to find a new wife, only to become entangled in a nightmarish web of deception and violence. It is a disturbing exploration of obsession and revenge.

The Eyes of My Mother (2016)

Directed by Nicolas Pesce, this psychological horror film follows a young woman named Francisca, whose isolated upbringing by her disturbed mother leads her down a path of violence and depravity. It is a chilling exploration of trauma and madness.

The Bunny Game (2012)

The movie contains explicit and unsettling content, resulting in its prohibition in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification, deeming it unsuitable for public viewing. Despite this, The Bunny Game received numerous accolades at the 2011 PollyGrind Film Festival.

Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)

Salò had a short time in theaters in Italy before it was prohibited. Because of its explicit portrayal of young people enduring torture, sexual assault, murder, and other atrocities, the film has been banned in various countries including Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Hostel 2 (2007)

The film was banned from theatrical release in various countries, including Germany and New Zealand, due to its graphic scenes of torture, and in 2007, in the UK, politicians argued that possessing images from the movie could be deemed illegal.

I Spit On Your Grave (2010)

The film was banned in many countries, such as Ireland, Norway, Iceland, and West Germany as it “glorified violence against women”, and in other countries, it has been edited so it can be released.

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