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For me it has to be Kill Bill, which makes Enter the Dragon look like Mary Poppins. Sheer brutality and blood letting all the way through- with some clever manga scenes to add variety- but very possibly one of the greatest and most exciting films ever made with a fantastic soundtrack.



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It may not be the most violent one i've seen, but The Clockwork Orange film, that was banned and released again around 8 yrs ago has to be worth a watch.... Ultra violence in the 70's.

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I liked Kill Bill, and I can usually take just about anything on screen, my normal critisism is on production values rather than content. Strangely enough the one film that really got to me to the point where I don't really want to see it again is Clockwork Orange,




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Lord Gumble wrote:It may not be the most violent one i've seen, but The Clockwork Orange film, that was banned and released again around 8 yrs ago has to be worth a watch.... Ultra violence in the 70's.


How weirds that? :eek4:




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The most shocking has to be the one my lovely Monica Bellucci is in Irréversible
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0290673/

It has a very graphic horrible rape scene in it ...sickening it is :(



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Lord Gumble wrote:It may not be the most violent one i've seen, but The Clockwork Orange film, that was banned and released again around 8 yrs ago has to be worth a watch.... Ultra violence in the 70's.


How weirds that? :eek4:

Fukinell bowks.... that IS weird!!!

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Mike Strutter wrote:The most shocking has to be the one my lovely Monica Bellucci is in Irréversible
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0290673/

It has a very graphic horrible rape scene in it ...sickening it is :(



Yup - all nine minutes of it. Worse than the usual gratuitous violence against women in film. :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:




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Shocking it is ...made me feel sick ....:( :(

she is a very good actress imho....



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Versus - The director said he set out to make a film that was one big fight. It's very very stylish and very funny - I highly recommend it if you like Japanese gangster-zombie-samurai-gunplay films.

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Irréversible is very violent but it's just a horrible film. I don't really know why it was made and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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I really like foreign films more than US ones ....
I really like this guys films , Daniel Auteuil French actor ..
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000809/

The knee drilling in Paris Lockdown is quite brutal



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Warrior King- Tony Jaa



See if you can count the broken limbs in this bit;


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Raffles wrote:Warrior King- Tony Jaa





Amazing - great choreography, and all (I think) done in one continuous take!

The second clip - the classic hundreds of blokes against one, but attacking him one at a time!

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Scanners, still very scary scene





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There's one German film which makes everything here look like a picnic. It's called something like House of Blood or something - I've never seen so much fake blood in a film ever. The German actors even tried to speak the kind of foul English spoken by prisoners. (Even though they all still retained their thick Bavarian accents.)

Synopsis of the film: A bus full of death row prisoners crash somewhere in a desert in America and take the Corrections Officers hostage and hole up in an old mansion. What the prisoners don't know is that there's a load of zombie types with a penchant for amputation lurking in the cellar tunnels...

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The only time I was really shocked by violence in a film was the attack, rape and murder of the young girl in Death Wish 2.

I should add that I don't usually watch films known for their violence.




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martyn20 wrote:Scanners, still very scary scene


LOL - the only David Cronenberg film that I don't think is a work of genius!
Apart from Fast Company.

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Frontière is a very gory French shocker ...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0814685/

the part where the girls in the pig shit is revolting .....lol



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I've not seen it, Mike. It sounds like Hostel without the obnoxious American college student types.

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It was more like Texas chainsaw massacre .....I enjoyed the *making of it* on the dvd ..

BTW
the origional Texas chainsaw massacre where the girl is crying/screaming at the dinner table was bad ..lol



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ariane wrote:The only time I was really shocked by violence in a film was the attack, rape and murder of the young girl in Death Wish 2.

I should add that I don't usually watch films known for their violence.


I really hate films like that. Death Wish 1, Straw Dogs, all leave me feeling uncomfortable.




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