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What's the goriest movie you ever saw? post #1  quote:



mine, would have to be The Fly, with Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis... that was just disgusting that i needed not to watch the whole movie!!

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I think it was one of the hellraiser movies... I'm not sure which one, but they're always pretty gory and the first movie series that comes to mind when I think of gore.... so that's my answer.

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oh yeah, i forgot that one... i saw that a long time ago.. and never watched since... very cool!!

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Either Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the name says it all) or Exorcist (the crucifix, masturbation scene)

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Hmm... the Exorcist one with the crucifix is pretty disturbing, but it doesn't really go under gory Texas Chainsaw Massacre was pretty bad in a few places though

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There's a Japanese film called The Audition about a seriously disturbed young woman who was picked up by a middle-aged man whilst undertaking auditions for his film which he was producing. The film got rave reviews when it was released 2 years ago. It's definitely one of the goriest and disturbing films of all time. The goriest scenes had to do with physical torture - very gruesome! I dare anyone to watch it and not feel disturbed by it.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original one) was also quite gory, and Kill Bill vol. 1 is pretty gruesome but done in a silly way.


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Can you rent Audition in any video store. Would Blockbuster have it? It sounds intriging.

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hehehe the silliness in Kill Bill is intentional, it's supposed to be like an old-day spaghetti western... done pretty good too I think

We've got the Audition here in most video stores... but... well, this is Asia and all, so it's not really a surprise.


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I thought the gore in Starship Troopers was pretty good, in a bad way, if you know what I mean. The dead people were so obviously dummies with pig intestines in them and tomato sauce squirted over them, it was just funny.

Not really gory, but the Final Destination movies are good for the main death scenes especially the opening sequences. They go into good detail and make it all look real. Also I think it is called Ghost Ship, where everyone gets cut in half by that wire at the beggining. That is pretty gory and gross.

Nothing beats Anime for gore though, always good to watch people getting ripped in half and their intestines pouring out in cartoon form. Those guys just have such good imaginations for how to draw good gore.


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I agree with Schmiggens: The Guyver!!! Very gory anime. Same with the cartoon version of Spawn.

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I thought the gore in Starship Troopers was pretty good, in a bad way, if you know what I mean. The dead people were so obviously dummies with pig intestines in them and tomato sauce squirted over them, it was just funny.

Not really gory, but the Final Destination movies are good for the main death scenes especially the opening sequences. They go into good detail and make it all look real. Also I think it is called Ghost Ship, where everyone gets cut in half by that wire at the beggining. That is pretty gory and gross.

Nothing beats Anime for gore though, always good to watch people getting ripped in half and their intestines pouring out in cartoon form. Those guys just have such good imaginations for how to draw good gore.


In the first Final Destination movie. When the girl gets hit by the bus. EW!


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post #12  quote:

Same with the second Final Destination! The "premonition" scene at the beginning!

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Haven't seen that one yet.

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You're killing me here! That has the fire ladder through the eye and other relatively gory death scenes!

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post #15  quote:

Saving Private Ryan had some scenes.

Try this one: Dead Alive... the final scene entails a room full of zombies and a lawn mower.

New York Daily News called it, "The Goriest Fright Film of All Time."

Some others:

- Films from the "Living Dead" series.
- Zombie
- Re-Animator


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Very true Marc...pretty gory films!

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Has anyone seen one of Peter Jackson's earlier films, Braindead? This has got to be one of the funniest, goriest, and most disgusting film I have ever seen.

The most gory scene has to be when the old grannies ear falls off into her custard, and then she eats it again!


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post #18  quote:

Yeah, Braindead is also known as Dead Alive, which Marc mentioned.

And yes, it's got to be the goriest movie I've seen. And one of the funniest.


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Really? Dead Alive, I've never heard that before, is that like Harry Potter is called the Sorceror's Stone in America?

I also love the bit with the blender and the baby, that baby is wrank!


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I've always known it as Braindead too, just recently I learned somewhere on the internet about it being called Dead Alive as well. And isn't the first Harry Potter called the sorcerer's stone everywhere?

Oh yeah, the baby! There was also some pretty good stuff with the baby in a park, if memory doesn't betray.


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Nope, it's called the Philosopher's Stone in the UK...

I just knew it was gonna be a gory film right from when the granny squashes the rat-monkey with the heel of her shoe!


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It's called Philosopher's Stone everywhere except the US hmm...

I knew it as Braindead too, but in all honesty, I never bothered hiring it.... the call of much lamer movies was probably too much


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Gaboman, I would definitely reccommend it to you, especially if you post in the horror thread

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Hmm... okay, but they don't have it here now, I'll have to wait till next time I go overseas to grab it...

But then there's so many new movies I still have to get we're a little slow with Western Horror here... though we get the Jap/Chinese/Korean Horror movies pretty quick.


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What about me? was i forgotten that easily? lol jk all

& and that japanese movie does sound good too.

But the sum kind of all time gore movie is a war film, any kind cuz whenu get shot, whats the red stuff all around you? it ain't the river of styx, its blood. & sweet 300!


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There are too many gory movies to pick just one. The Hellraiser series, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Passion of the Christ, Freddy vs. Jason, etc. The list goes on, but those are some of my favorites that were extra gory.

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good point legend, & i don't think passion of the christ can be considered a gory movie, tho i did not see it.....

Once again, WAR FILMS ARE GORIEST


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i seen final destination 2, bt da goriest blieve it or nt, gotta b once upon a time in mexico, it aint a horror bt it gory az hell!

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TEXAS CHAINSAW MASACRE (newest one)

THE PASSION OF CHRIST

Both of those movies are the goriest movies Ive seen, and Ive seen a lot... lol. Word to ya mutha!


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I just saw Passion Of Christ yesterday... I don't think it was that gory, but it was pretty icky in a couple of places.

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