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Old 04-17-2008, 11:24 AM   #31
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Sawing the foot off in the first Saw movie.
That made me cringed and shudder so bad
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Old 04-17-2008, 11:58 AM   #32
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Any scene involving Nicole Kidman. Just say no to botox and plastic surgery, kids.
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Old 04-17-2008, 04:30 PM   #33
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I can't believe no one has mentioned the woodchipper scene in "Fargo." Ewwwwww.

There was also a rape scene in "Salvador" which disturbed me horribly - way more so than all the other violence in the movie.
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Movie scenes don't usually make me uncomfortable (except sex scenes with other people, naturally).


But the ONE scene that really makes me squirm is at the end of Hannibal when Ray Liotta's character's brain gets eaten while he's still alive...something about that really disturbed me to no end...
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This is still the only scene in all the movies I've ever ever seen that has made me physically ill:
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
When the girl has been strapped into the chair and she screams nonstop for about five minutes and the camera does an extreme closeup on her eye.
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That and the murder scene in Alpha Dog.
I have to turn it whenever it get's to that part. Really too much to take.

The part in the remake for the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre where they pick up the hitchhiker and she commit suicide. Ughhhh!
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Rob Zombie's Halloween, that came out last year I think, made me pretty uncomfortable!
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But the ONE scene that really makes me squirm is at the end of Hannibal when Ray Liotta's character's brain gets eaten while he's still alive...
You forgot the mention the most squirmy part of that: Hannibal feeds it to Liotta's character. Thusly, Liotta's eating his own brain.
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I watched The Godfather for the first time with my dad. The scene where Michael's first wife strips. Uncomfortable thanks to the presence of my father.
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Rob Zombie's Halloween, that came out last year I think, made me pretty uncomfortable!

i had to stop watching it
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Rob Zombie's Halloween, that came out last year I think, made me pretty uncomfortable!
Really? I thought it was just Cari and I who were grossed out by it lol
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Really? I thought it was just Cari and I who were grossed out by it lol
Are you kidding me? You guys were laughing throughout!

I was like "man, this movie is brutal... literally!" lol.
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Rob Zombie's Halloween, that came out last year I think, made me pretty uncomfortable!
I liked that movie. But the best part was Micky Dolenz's cameo.
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I once watched American Beauty with my mom.

Um, yeah... 85% of that movie, not so good to watch with a parental unit.
Yeah, mom and I rented that on a whim when I first really started getting into Kevin Spacey with no prior knowledge of what it was about

I still can't believe she left it on five minutes in...you know what happens



And Swimming with Sharks...:shudder:

What's with Spacey movies and awkward scenes? Sloth in se7en IS really creepy too like someone else said
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The closest I've ever felt to being physically ill because of a movie was the surgery scene in Saw III.

But that was because it brought back AWFUL childhood memories, because I fell out of a tree when I was a kid and cracked my head open and... you get the idea.
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