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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Oh, nope nope nope. Never watching that again. The only good thing I can say about that movie is that it gave me a glimpse of what it might be like to suffer from psychosis.
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    "Whatever happened to Baby Jane" with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. It's more creepy than scary and it's not the movie but the actresses. Both of them scare me; they've got those creepy Steve Buscemi eyes.
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    I love Steve Buscemi.

    But yeah, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? was freaky. I always remember the part where Bette Davis serves Joan Crawford her dead bird under a covered platter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Great find!!

    I've been thinking about what makes a movie "disturbing" for me, and I was looking through the list, and there are quite a few that I've watched, but I can't recall any one *scene* that imprinted in my mind, for a lot of them. Which...is disturbing....about what it perhaps says about my mind and how it interprets and reacts to things. Threshold of "disturbing", as it were.

    I had watched A Serbian Film years ago, and for the life of me, I can't remember any one scene that stood out as truly horrific or memorable due to its horrific-ness. I vaguely remember a scene where

    I think that's the thing about this film; it's that it is so gory, without very little exploration of the human pyche, that it all just melds into one giant gore-fest, which can be easily forgettable, for me.
    I don't know if this was run of the mill internet tough guy stuff or if you actually meant it. If you were being serious here, I think it says more about you than the movie lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    "Whatever happened to Baby Jane" with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. It's more creepy than scary and it's not the movie but the actresses. Both of them scare me; they've got those creepy Steve Buscemi eyes.
    Yesss .... Creepy movie and creepy(-looking) actresses. It's their huge, wide eyes with lots of white around the pupils. Those eyes plus the lighting, shot in black and white: creeeeepy.

    For me, that scene of them on the beach, at the end, creeps me out the most.
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    It's not a movie, but the theme from "Unsolved Mysteries" in combination with Robert Stack's voice gives me creepy chills, and when it was running on TV, I couldn't watch it when alone in the house. That music gives me the willies even today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    I don't know if this was run of the mill internet tough guy stuff or if you actually meant it. If you were being serious here, I think it says more about you than the movie lol.
    No, seriously, I can't remember any particularly horrific scenes. I watched it a few years ago, and I do watch a lot of horror and gore, so maybe it just meshed into one giant bloody blob. I remember thinking it was utterly stupid, though! Which might be why I tuned it out, on some level.

    I am quite puzzled by why I can't really recall it!

    E.g., I can still vividly recall Rosemary's Baby, and how disturbed I was by the whole vibe of the movie, the mood. It lingered with me, for days. And there was no explicit gore. Just...the anticipation...the build....

    I'm trying to find other movies in the same vein. And, A Serbian Film is so not it.

    I think there's something to be said for subtlety, and the art of a mindfuck, through taking your fear on an emotional journey. Not just a visual journey.

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    Haven't watched Rosemary's Baby for years, but yes, talk about the slow build and the creepy mood/ambiance... And yeah, there really isn't a lot of overt crap going on. But lots of surreal unease.
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