There are obviously many disturbing horror films out there that make you feel uneasy and disgusted such as Martyrs, Hostel, A Serbian Film, The Last House on the Left, etc. In my case, I've found that there are five movies that genuinely make me feel uneasy and disgusted. Let's start this list off with:
1. The Human Centipede 1
When I first heard about this movie I immediately jumped onto Netflix, made some popcorn and then sat down to view a strange film. A deranged surgeon plans to make his morbid fantasy come true by suturing three people together through their gastric systems. The film definitely has its fair share of disturbing elements, but it doesn't take too long before you find yourself placing your hand over your mouth trying to get to the bathroom in time.
2. The Human Centipede 2
After the success of the first film, why wouldn't there be a sequel? A depraved mama's boy goes on a killing and collecting spree to recreate the experiment portrayed in The Human Centipede (First Sequence). I can say that once this movie was released, I immediately went to my local Best Buy to pick it up on DVD. Why? I'm not entirely sure. I guess I was just so enthralled by the first that I had to see where the second one was going to go. As it turns out, the sequel just pushes the gore and gross out factor so much that I had to take a three hour break. I can handle a lot of stuff, but The Human Centipede 2 was the limit for me back when it came out.
3. Megan Is Missing
One of the more "underground" horror movies, Megan Is Missing is a fictional drama based on actual events about 2 teen-age girls who encounter an internet predator. Although the concept may seem a bit stereotypical, it's a rather interesting one. The movie carries a bold and serious message about meeting people online and meeting up with them when you don't even know what they look like. I can say that the movie definitely has its disturbing moments in the last twenty minutes, making audience members feel as though they should be watching what their children are doing on the internet.
More disturbing for men and more empowering for women, Teeth follows young high school student Dawn as she discovers she has a rare mutation called Vagina Dentata. If you do not understand exactly what this means, feel free to Google it. Though the movie is definitely a dark comedy, there is an obvious reason as to why the movie is disturbing and makes a guy feel sick. If you are a guy, this movie will definitely get you thinking about what you'll do on your next date.
I'm not exactly sure how to feel about this movie. Antichrist is about grieving couple that retreats to their cabin in the woods, hoping to repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage. But nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse. I will admit that this movie has one of the most beautiful opening sequences I've ever seen, however, the film gets very dark very fast and doesn't necessarily let up. There are moments that were making me cringe, cover my eyes, and generally feel the same amount of pain that the characters were going through.