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Twisted fucked up movies

The kind of movies I personally most like are those with twisted characters and script. For example: Gone Girl, The handmaiden, Parasite, The favorite, Elle, etc.

You guys can recommend me more movies of this type?

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The Grifters

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Op, here...

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August: Osage County

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Anything by Michael Haneke, but especially “The White Ribbon”

“The Killing of a Sacred Deer” (another Lanthimos)

“Swimming Pool” with Charlotte Rampling

by Anonymousreply 411/09/2020

Morvern Callar

by Anonymousreply 511/09/2020

Anything based on a Jim Thompson novel (the aforementioned The Grifters is a classic, but also fun are This World, Then The Fireworks, After Dark, My Sweet, and Coup de Torchon). I'd also add the William Friedkin/Tracy Letts' Killer Joe, with Matthew McConnaughey naked and unhinged.

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Altman's "3 Women" (1977)

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The Last Seduction starring Linda Fiorentino. It takes a terrific actress to make you cheer on a totally amoral character, who does more and more terrible things to get her way.

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A Serbian film

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Working Girl.

About a woman's ruthless rise to an undeserved corporate position as she destroys anyone who stands in her way/

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Here you go, OP.

The Honeymoon Killers.

Enjoy!

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Ooooo, someone posted a copy on Halloween that has no subtitles.

Excellent!

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Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker. It's not very well known, but I think a copy used to be on YouTube. It's about a woman who goes insane when her nephew decides to distance himself from her and have a life of his own and there's some really creepy incest vibes and about 400 twists and turns throughout. Susan Tyrrell plays the aunt and she gives a performance that makes Faye Dunaway in Mommie Dearest appear understated. Also had Jimmy McNichol, Julia Duffy, and Bill Paxton.

by Anonymousreply 1311/09/2020

Melancholia

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DOGTOOTH owns this thread.

IGBY GOES DOWN.

WHITE RIBBON.

FUNNY GAMES

BRIGHTBURN

MISERY

by Anonymousreply 1511/09/2020

EYES WIDE SHUT

by Anonymousreply 1611/09/2020

The Naked Kiss.

by Anonymousreply 1711/09/2020

Midsommar for the win

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AMOR ES PERROS

by Anonymousreply 1911/09/2020

LOGAN'S RUN

SOYLENT GREEN

by Anonymousreply 2011/09/2020

SHAME starring the Fassendong.

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GET OUT

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TIE ME UP, TIE ME DOWN

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IF.

It has an iconic final scene of Malcom McDowell and his cohorts machine gunning parents down. Bonus marks for gay content.

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Shallow Grave with Ewan McGregor. It's been 20+ years since I saw it, but definitely one of the most fucked up and twisted movies I've ever seen.

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Audition (Japanese movie)

Seven Psychopaths

In Bruges

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Bone Tomahawk, for the cave scene if nothing else.

by Anonymousreply 2711/09/2020

Something I heard about with a Nobbs in it. (Shudder.)

It sounded like something that needed to have all of its copies burned.

by Anonymousreply 2811/09/2020

FUNNY GAMES by Michael Heneke. Either English or German version

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Nocturnal Animals.

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Snowtown

Hereditary

Come to Daddy

Look Away

The Perfection

Climax

The Beguiled

Elle

The Visit

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Ebola Syndrome

Yes of course it’s an Asian film

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Crash

Looking for Mr. Goodbar

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Pulp Fiction

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Taxi Driver

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Natural Born Killers

Alice's Restaurant

Easy Rider

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A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

IRREVERSIBLE

KIDS / Larry Clark anything

by Anonymousreply 3711/09/2020

R2, that post runs from 2016-2019. Some things can be updated.

That said, Requiem for a Dream, no contest.

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Viridiana. It's hard to imagine they managed to get a movie like that made in Francoist Spain.

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Ichi The Killer

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Martyrs might be the most fucked up movie ever.

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"Kalifornia" with a young trying-to-be-ugly psycho Brad Pitt and Juliette Lewis as a white trash couple.

by Anonymousreply 4211/09/2020

We Need to Talk About Kevin. That kid was creepy as hell.

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Eraserhead

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"Something Wild"

"In Bruges" is a masterpiece.

by Anonymousreply 4511/09/2020

Eyes Without a Face (French, 1960) owns this thread

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Santa Sangre... I mean wtf was that

Recently saw Possessor and that was pretty this tree d as well

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Salo

The Cook The Thief His Wife and Her Lover

The Vanishing (Dutch version)

by Anonymousreply 4811/09/2020

I came to submit Shallow Graves but r25 beat me to it

Very Bad Things

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Exquisite Cadaver. Starring Capucine of all people. Body parts in the mail.

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Orphan

High Tension (Haute Tension)

The Men Behind The Sun owns this thread.

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Scary Games. I didn't see the original and was not ready for the ending.

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Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017. Dir. Yorgos Lanthimos)

The Human Centipede (2009. Dir. Tom Six)

Snowpiercer (2013. Dir. Bong Joon Ho)

The Neon Demon (2016. Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn)

Aftershock (2012. Dir. Nicolás López)

by Anonymousreply 5311/09/2020

Martyrs and Inside are both two super fucked up French horror movies that you can't look away from.

by Anonymousreply 5411/09/2020

Savage Grace, starring Julianne Moore, seriously.

by Anonymousreply 5511/09/2020

R51 “ The Men Behind The Sun owns this thread.”

Just watched the movie. OMFG! What the fuck did I just see? A sick sick horrible cruel violent film. I’m feeling sick now. WTF

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Let The Right One In

by Anonymousreply 5711/09/2020

Anything by Gaspar Noe or Lars Von Trier would probably fit.

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Spanking the Monkey. I hate the actor after watching it.

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Happiness

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Most of these are films I really like. Shit, I'm twisted.

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I wanted to post Happiness last night, but was locked out, so r60 beat me to it.

Everyone in that movie except the kid son is deeply fucked up.

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David Lynch films.

"A long, deep sound."

"BABY WANTS TO FUCK!"

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Phantom thread (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2017)

Me and you and everyone we know (Miranda July, 2005)

Breaking the waves (Lars Von Trier, 1996)

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'I've made 30 stag films and I've never faked an orgasm!'

Before movie legend Jennifer Jones made her final screen appearance in the disaster flick Towering Inferno, she made this disaster.

Rock star/cult leader Bogart Peter Styvenson corrupts a fat heiress and her stag actress mother and homosexual father.

Like that bad night Tijuana, you hope the ordeal will fade from memory once the vomiting stops. Cruel and malicious, you can't stop watching as our jaw keeps dropping. Originally titled Angel, Angel Down We Go - the name was changed to capitalize on the still unfolding Manson Murders. Classy! One of my favorite "bad" films of all time.

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Only Lovers Left Alive Don't Deliver us From Evil Mishima

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Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled

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MELANCHOLIA

SHAME

VIVARIUM

BERLIN SYNDROME

Anything with Tilda Swinton in it.

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The Devil's Rejects

Cannibal Holocaust

I Spit on Your Grave

The Strangers

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"Hello, Dolly!" Barbra was too young!

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Silent Scream (1979)

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"Dawson's 25 Load Weekend"

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Oldboy (the original)

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Betty Blue

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Escape Room - 2019

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Mrs. Doubtfire - Divorce propaganda aimed at perfectly nice couples going through a slight rough patch, telling wives to "break up your family, you'll end up with James Bond! Everything will be fine!" - Telling husbands to "give up on your marriage and your manhood, wear a dress, everything will be fine!"

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Reflections In A Golden Eye. A must see.

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Mientras Duermes (Spain, 2011)

TBS (Holland, 2008)

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Two Danish films that are both an absolute must-see. Beautiful and twisted. I felt numb for days after seeing them.

The guilty (Den skyldige, 2018) - being remade in Hollywood with Jake Gyllenhaal

Queen of hearts (Dronningen, 2019)

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In a Glass Cage.

Battle Royale.

Pink Flamingos.

Last House on the Left (original of course)

I also give a hearty second to some of the ones already mentioned, including A Serbian Film, the Noe movies, Haute Tension and Inside. The last two were scored by François Eudes - an unsung genius who died a few years ago of cancer. Listen to the soundtracks - they are so hypnotic but kind of nauseating at the same time. A radical departure from typical histrionic horror movie violins. Those movies would not be as impactful without the dark, chill throb of those synthesizers. The first couple of minutes of the score to Inside always gives me goosebumps (link)

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Any Japanese horror films

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Blood Simple

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Angel of mine

Bokeh

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Ravenous

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Our very own Boys in the Band.

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VIRIDIANA was made in France.

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House of Games

Oleanna

House of Sand and Fog

White Oleander

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Hush—-about an author with a cat. It’s pretty brutal.

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Lantana (2001) w/Anthony LaPaglia

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Series 7: The Contenders. A Christine Vachon joint.

I used to tell people it was a Canadian reality show, and they would believe me. Stars Brooke Smith, the Girl in the Well from Silence of the Lambs, and it is terrific.

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Hereditary

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Blood Simple looks magnificently horribe.

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Blood Simple is unlike many of the Coen's films. No dance numbers. few laughs

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Uzumaki, Suicide Club, Audition

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Be My Cat: A Film For Anne

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R89, you are so right! That movie was seriously fucked up.

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Blood simple is so good. Still vividly remember a scene with a guy being buried alive.

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“The Devils” by Ken Russell.

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Mulholland Drive

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"The Killing Ground" s brutal Australian film

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Crash (not the shit that won the Oscar).

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I just don’t get how brutalizing people and/or animals is entertaining. Apparently a lot of people do enjoy depraved cinema and it’s quite popular.

by Anonymousreply 10211/11/2020

"Angels and Insects" should own this thread. Fantastic cast, too, with Patsy Kensit first among equals, and amazing production values.

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[quote]Blood simple is so good. Still vividly remember a scene with a guy being buried alive.

R97 I don't remember that but I do remember M. Emmet Walsh getting his hand stabbed (ala Luca Brasi in the Godfather) except it was on windowsill.

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A Serbian Film (Српски филм) is quite the comedy.

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R102 I agree with you. Fucked up movies don't need to show anyone or anything brutalized. They can just fuck with your head...ala Mulholland Drive.

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What about fucked up TV episodes? The Jar from Alfred Hitchcock Presents...

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Fractured (2019), the one with Sam Worthington.

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Wild at Heart

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The Machinist.

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There's an Orson Welles film called The Other Side of the Wind that is supposed to be...interesting.

by Anonymousreply 11111/11/2020

It's not R111

by Anonymousreply 11211/11/2020

Someone said that it bordered on porn is that true at all?

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The Music Lovers

Un Chien Andalou

Tango

by Anonymousreply 11411/11/2020

The Platform.

Really freaky, OP -- you'll love it, if you don't puke.

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Before Paul Verhoeven gave us SHOWGIRLS, we got THE 4TH MAN

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The Russian Bride

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Peter Jackson's Bad Taste

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Brimstone (2016)

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Helter Skelter and Under The Skin

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Goodnight Mommy. Boring as well as fucked up.

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It's been ages since I've seen any, but many Fassbinder movies must fit this bill.

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Rid of Me.

This was one of the most awkward and uncomfortable movies I've ever seen. There is a tense scene where the main character encounters in a grocery store the woman who stole her husband . It involves period blood.

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Young Adam - Ewan McGregor and Tilda Swinton

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R123 Rid of Me. I'm streaming today...thanks.

by Anonymousreply 12511/13/2020

Streaming from where?

by Anonymousreply 12611/13/2020

It's not a movie, but I just started watching and reading The Handmaid's Tale, and if you haven't seen it...it's really, really fucked up. The book offers a lot more insight into the protagonist's state of mind and the writing is so gorgeous, and that cushions the blow a lot. Watching the story play out is brutal.

The novels Blindness by Jose Saramago and The Road by Cormac McCarthy are two of my favorite books, and I've opted not to see either as a movie because I figured they'll be way too punishing as dramatized visually instead of in the mind's eye. But I imagine the movies are pretty fucked up to watch.

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R126 Amazon

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[quote]Peter Jackson's Bad Taste

Peter Jackson actually made quite a few disturbing and interesting films before he sold his soul to the CGI gods.

by Anonymousreply 12911/13/2020

Mulholland Drive, Melancholia and Eyes Wide Shut are three of my favorite movies, and they are twisted in their own ways. I don't rewatch a lot of movies, and I've seen all of these countless times.

I'm not really sure exactly how you characterize "twisted," but movies that give me the creeps include The Talented Mr. Ripley (which I love) and Se7en (which I'll probably never rewatch). I only saw Chinatown a few years ago, and it's a great twisted classic for a reason. Ditto Sunset Boulevard. Some of these older movies are really shockingly fucked up.

I googled "most twisted movies" to see what would come up that I've seen and for some reason Arrival comes up as a result. I don't think of the movie as twisted--unless they mean the narrative is convoluted--but if you haven't seen it, I highly, highly recommend it. It's an absolutely brilliant movie that completely evaded my radar when it came out.

Aronofsky comes to mind for "twisted" and "fucked up." I liked Pi but it hasn't aged that well. Requiem for a Dream falls into both categories, but I'll probably never watch it again. I thought Black Swan was a terrible, dumb movie, personally, but a lot of people loved it.

Likewise, people raved about Midsommar, and it is indeed twisted and fucked up, but I didn't think it was a very good movie in the end. It is pretty to look at much of the time, though. I didn't think it was as scary as it was supposed to have been, and the grossest moments felt forced for the sake of being gross and didn't really make sense to me plotwise, so meh, if you want a twisted movie, Midsommar fills the bill, but if you want a good movie, I'd suggest skipping it.

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"Leave Her to Heaven." Gene Tierney as a homicidal psychopath intent on destroying everyone around her, even after she dies!

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Burlesque because it involves Cher and Christina Aguilera stripping and hinges on 'air rights.'

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The cook, the thief, his wife and her lover.

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R130 I agree with most of your choices. I'm glad I saw Requiem but I never want to watch it again. Deer Hunter is the same for me, once is enough. Older, twisted movies -- Detour comes to mind, Born to Kill, Gun Crazy.

Thanks for the post.

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A tale of Two sisters. Old boy.

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On Amazon, a French film, A Perfect Nanny ( English title - it’s not what you think . This is based on a true story occurring in 2012.

Not for the faint of heart.. It hurts my heart.

by Anonymousreply 13611/13/2020

Speaking of nannies, the TV show Servant is truly disturbing and fucked up.

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Yes, it's already been mentioned twice, but I just want to throw in my two cents worth on "Funny Games" (2007), because it's one of the most creepy movies I've ever watched. I wouldn't watch it again.

The movie briefly paints its beginning with an idyllic, calming brush to falsely set the tone, but then quickly devolves into a malevolent unreality for its hapless victims who's peaceful lives have just been shattered by the intrusion of two initially innocent-looking psychopaths into their world.

In addition to that premise, there's a plot twist in the latter half of the movie that takes an abrupt left turn which completely fucks with the viewer, and, it happens right at the moment when a more formulaic plot would begin to introduce some hope of resolution. This film turns the predictable tropes of a crime thriller on its head, and you are resigned to feeling absolutely hopeless.

Right up until the end, Funny Games messes with everything you would expect to happen.

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[quote] VIRIDIANA was made in France.

Huh? It was a Spanish-Mexican co-production filmed in Spain in its entirety.

by Anonymousreply 13911/19/2020

Maps of the Stars

Dead Ringers

Under The Silver Lake

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Peter Jackson’s Heavenly Creatures (1995?), all the more disturbing because it was a true story. Stars a then-unknown Kate Winslet.

Cracks (Jordan Scott) — Eva Green’s best acting role and most disturbing coming of age film I’ve ever seen, but one of my favorites.

Kids (Larry Clark) was horrifying to watch when I was a teenager and I never looked at teenage boys the same way again.

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"Inheritance" (2020). Definitely creepy and twisted. Simon Pegg deserves an Oscar for this performance.

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We live in Godless times.

by Anonymousreply 14311/19/2020

It's not quite as out there as many listed here, but still, "Notes on a Scandal" is deliciously twisted and fucked up. Judi Dench preying on a daft Cate Blanchett is really entertaining.

by Anonymousreply 14411/20/2020

I remember Tale of Tales (2015) being quite fucked up.

by Anonymousreply 14511/20/2020

The Wizard of Oz is pretty fucked up if you choose to view it that way!

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Nocturnal Animals, directed by Tom Ford

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I'm watching The Animal Kingdom on TCM (from 1932) Leslie Howard, Myrna Loy. Nocturnal Animals closely follows the plot.

by Anonymousreply 14811/20/2020

The opening credits of Nocturnal Animals was a horror show..

by Anonymousreply 14911/21/2020

R133, OMG. I saw that movie in a theatre. I was the only one there, and it was fucked up! It got an X-rating at the time. (This was before NC-17.)

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Dead Ringers - yes, great suggestion

The Woman

Womb

Insomnia - The plot is pretty straightforward, but it's the kind of film that made me feel like my soul needed a shower.

by Anonymousreply 15111/21/2020

Return to Oz, fun but also kind of fucked up.

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Splice

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El Topo

Gaspar Noe's Into the Void, starring the truly terrible 'actress' Paz de la Huerta.

by Anonymousreply 15411/21/2020

Labyrinth. A Gnome King falls in love with a 15 or 16 year old girl and then snatches her brother away to lure her to his kingdom so they can...? And plays tricks on her so she won’t make the time limit and her brother will be transformed into a gnome. She makes it to his castle and he gives her one last chance to choose to be with him forever as his lover. And she’s just a young teen who is socially awkward and role-plays fairly tales in parks rather than having friends her own age.

Love this move but it’s an f’ed up plot in this day and age. Sorta like a Grimm’s fairy tale.

by Anonymousreply 15511/21/2020

BLOODY MAMA with Shelly Winters and a Young, creepy Robert De Nero.

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To the Devil, a Daughter (1976) starring Nastassja Kinski.

by Anonymousreply 15711/21/2020

So messed up!

— Ann Gentry is a social worker wracked with guilt about a severe car accident with serious repercussions for her husband. She is assigned to a new case: the eccentric and mysterious Wadsworth family. She quickly reveals that she has a special interest in the family's youngest member, a seemingly mentally impaired adult man in his 20s who does not have a name and is called only "Baby".

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Evilspeak (1981). A cheap horror cult flick.

Motel Hell (1980) Another cheapo horror cult flick.

Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988) B-movie cult flick.

by Anonymousreply 15911/21/2020

The Iron Lady - fancy trying to humanise that monster Margaret Thatcher.

by Anonymousreply 16011/21/2020

Like being kicked in the gut repeatedly for 2 hours. Love it.

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Tatie Danielle, a French film about a bitter old woman determined to make everyone around her suffer. Great fun.

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by Anonymousreply 16211/22/2020

Has anyone ever seen Boxing Helena? I wanted to because it gets good reviews, but was a afraid it would be too FdU.

by Anonymousreply 16311/22/2020

Lanthimos's DOGTOOTH (2009).

Vinterberg's THE CELEBRATION (1998).

Schrader's THE COMFORT OF STRANGERS (1990).

by Anonymousreply 16411/22/2020

R163 I saw it years ago. Yes, it's fucked up. I remember reading at the time that Madonna wanted to play the woman! That would have put it over the top for sure.

R164 The Comfort of Strangers is one of my favorite: Rupert Evert, Christopher Walken, Helen Mirren and the Venice backdrop.

by Anonymousreply 16511/22/2020

r13 .The first time I saw Funny Games I watched it knowing nothing about the film. It, at the time was nothing I was prepared for. American movies, especially remakes of a foreign film just don't do that....

The first shots were aerial views of the car driving to the summer home.I recognized it as Southhampton NY immediately

by Anonymousreply 16611/22/2020

R163 saw it once, years ago. It was quite scarring.

by Anonymousreply 16711/22/2020

Has anyone seen The Secrets We Keep? Twisted and fucked up. Great acting from the three leads. The plot reminded me of The Good Liar, which is also quite twisted.

by Anonymousreply 16811/22/2020

Orphan

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Birth

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Testuo: The Iron Man

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In the Realm of the Senses:

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"Hard Candy" fucked up my head but good.

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How to Get Ahead in Advertising:

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Orphan is a great one. How that got produced by a major Hollywood studio in this day and age is a miracle. I was pleasantly surprised by how fucked up that movie was.

by Anonymousreply 17511/22/2020

(R175)It’s one of the few things that Robert Downey Jr.’s dyke wife has produced outside of his movies.

by Anonymousreply 17611/22/2020

Tourist Trap but mostly for the disturbing visuals but warning if you have a fear of mannequins.

by Anonymousreply 17711/22/2020

1970's EQUINOX: "Four friends are attacked by a demon while on a picnic, due to possession of a tome of mystic information. Told in flashbacks by the sole survivor."

Starred WKRP's Frank Bonner, he's listed as Frank Boers Jr..

Many claim the plot for this film was used for THE EVIL DEAD, the films are very similar. There's even the same spinning book!

by Anonymousreply 17811/22/2020

The Last Broadcast, another film extremely similar to another more popular film, The Blair Witch Project.

This film was made in 1998. "A film crew ventures into the forest in search of the mythical 'Jersey Devil'."

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