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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentMind View Post
    Yes, movies like Saw and whatever like that are not interesting for me.

    I bet you secretely want to scoop someones eyes out now!
    Woah woah woah. Leave Saw out of this.

    Saw is much more than gore. They are psychological thrillers.

    Shame on you.

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    As for torture scenes, I cannot handle rape scenes. Oddly, one of my favorite movies has a 10-minute (ten full minutes, one unbroken shot) rape scene, but I think the fact that it's anal and not vaginal (thus making it more of a power thing and less of a power over women thing) is what makes it tolerable for me. And the movie is brilliant.

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    I have not watched a lot of really gruesome movies... not my thing. But you know what film scene really got to me? That scene near the beginning of the first Robocop film where Murphy gets shot up. The camera just lingered and lingered.

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    'Cause we're a violent society where we think killing and violence is going to solve all of our problems. I get queasy during torture scenes too.

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    I can't do rape scenes... I've left the theater during those before

    I was disturbed enough with Mr Orange in Reservoir Dogs for goodness sake

    And killing people is one thing, torturing them is another... I don't mind if someone gets killed onscreen... especially if it was done in a really cool way! I do mind if it's something drawn out though
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    I hate horror movies, but, if I see a torture scene in a drama or war movie, in which the victim dserved that treatment, I enjoy watching it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    in which the victim dserved that treatment
    I try not to let myself indulge in that kind of sadistic pleasure. I think it's no different from being pleased to watch it if someone didn't deserve it. Even though for some reason it's really satisfying. Again, Law Abiding Citizen is an example; I tried to tell myself 'nobody deserves that, not even after what he did'. It only sort of works.
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    i personally find romance scenes more repulsive than torture scenes

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    As for torture scenes, I cannot handle rape scenes. Oddly, one of my favorite movies has a 10-minute (ten full minutes, one unbroken shot) rape scene, but I think the fact that it's anal and not vaginal (thus making it more of a power thing and less of a power over women thing) is what makes it tolerable for me. And the movie is brilliant.
    WTF? What movie is that?


    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    i personally find romance scenes more repulsive than torture scenes
    Finally someone who shares my opinion! However, I find them equally repulsive.
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    It's called Irreversible.

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    somehow the movie Last House on the Left came to mind somehow... I couldn't watch that scene
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