6 Unsettling Movies People Say They Will Never Watch Again

Some movies can be too much for some people to handle, whether due to graphic violence, disturbing themes, or a combination of both.

In a recent online discussion, people shared their experiences with movies that were so unsettling they vowed never to watch them again.

A Serbian Film (2010)

“A Serbian Film” is a Serbian horror film that follows a retired porn star who agrees to participate in an “art film” only to find himself in a disturbing and violent situation. The movie is known for its extreme violence, sexual violence, and graphic depiction of child sexual abuse.

Martyrs (2008) “Martyrs” is a French horror movie that tells the story of a young woman who seeks revenge on the people who kidnapped and tortured her as a child. The movie features intense violence and disturbing themes related to mental illness, cults, and torture.

Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) “Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom,” is an Italian-French horror movie that takes place during World War II and follows a group of teenagers who are kidnapped and taken to a remote villa where they are subjected to torture, sexual abuse, and murder.

The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009) “The Human Centipede” is a Dutch horror movie that follows a mad scientist who kidnaps three people and surgically attaches them to form a “human centipede.” The movie is known for its graphic depiction of surgery, body horror, and sexual violence.

Requiem for a Dream (2000) “Requiem for a Dream” is an American drama movie that tells the story of four individuals who become addicted to drugs and spiral into desperation and madness.

The Road (2009) “The Road” is an American post-apocalyptic movie that follows a father and son traveling through a desolate, dangerous world. The movie is known for its bleak tone and graphic depiction of violence and cannibalism.

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