11 Movies Filmgoers Beg You to Never Watch — Have You Already Seen Them?

Have you ever watched a movie so horrible that you wished you could remove it from your memory? The following list of films is so bad that moviegoers are begging you not to watch. Have you already seen them?

1. A Serbian Film (2010)

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The fact must be surprising for you that A Serbian Film is banned in about 46 countries. The movie is about Miloš(Srđan Todorović), who tries to participate in an art film. You will never be able to watch this Spasojević-directed movie till the end. It is because of the disturbing and inhuman scenes in it.

2. Aftermath (1994)

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The movie is about a woman who dies in a car accident, and her body is shipped to a morgue for experiments. With the direction of Nacho Cerdà, this short horror film stars Pep Tosar. Don’t think of it as a biological explorer film. The extreme violence and intensely disturbing scenes in it are weird enough to force you to turn off your screen and take a long nap.

3. The Human Centipede (2009)

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The inhuman concept where a surgeon performs weird experiments will let you even vomit in its few scenes. Tom Six has directed the film with Dieter Laser as a surgeon. All the audience of The Human Centipede will be intensely keen to stop you from watching this film. It is because of its highly bizarre plot.

4. Salò or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)

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This film was released just three weeks after his director’s murder. Pier Paolo Pasolini was the director of this film with Franco Merli as star cast. It was set on political corruption, authoritarianism, morality, capitalism, sadism, and physical and psychological torture. If you’re a slow healer, never go with it because it will leave you irredeemably depraved. 

5. Tusk (2014)

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Tusk is declared as the weirdest movie directed by Kevin Smith. It is set on an immature podcast host named Wallace (Justin Long). He gets surgically morphed because of his will to be converted into a grotesque walrus. You will find this movie deliberately absurd and repent when you decide to go with it.

5. Antichrist (2009)

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It shows you nothing but the mess of physical harassment, death, immoral behaviors, and other absurd scenes. Lars von Trier directed this repulsive and unbearable film starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Antichrist is weird enough to kill off all your positive energy and make you feel senseless.

6. The Girl Next Door (2007)

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One of the hardest-to-watch movies, The Girl Next Door, is based on a true story. It depicts the torture and murder of a girl named Sylvia Likens in 1965. Gregory M. Wilson has directed this film, with Blythe Auffarth playing the leading role. The movie is alarming to disturb the chemical functioning in your brain because of its brutal and torture-based scenes. 

7. Pretty Baby (1978)

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Depicting women’s prostitution, Pretty Baby revolves around a teenage girl (Jodie Foster) forced into prostitution by her mother. With Louis Malle as a director, this movie has received great criticism because of its basis on a child abuse worker. You will never get entertained by it; instead, you will feel more irritated and repellant.

8. Martyrs (2008)

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Full of torture and nasty, brutal, and gruesome scenes, Martyrs cannot match everyone’s taste. Its director is Pascal Laugier. The movie is about a young woman(Mylène Jampanoï). Who takes revenge for her abuse as a child. It depicts sadism and physical torture, making the film torture.

9. Sausage Party (2016)

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Revolving around an anthropomorphic sausage, Conrad Vernon’s film Sausage Party explains the journey of a sausage when it is purchased. Being fond of animated films, you may go with it. But let me be clear: it will be the stupidest film you ever watched because of its immature direction.

10. Hard Candy (2005)

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In Hard Candy, an adolescent girl (Elliot Page) takes revenge on a criminal for physical harassment. You are wrong if you think of this David Slade-directed film as a mysterious thriller movie. You can get only torture, disturbing, and immoral ideas from it, making you exhausted instead of entertaining.

11. Sucker Punch (2011)

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The film is set on Babydoll (Emily Browning). She is a young woman committed to a mental institute, where she enters a fantasy world. Zack Sydney directed Sucker Punch. But, this film remained underperformed even at the box office. You will get bizarre in the first half an hour because of the lack of plot and poor cast performance.

15 Forgotten Movies From the 90s to Tickle Your Nostalgia Bone

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Are you searching for a little 90s nostalgia that is not on every list? Then, we got you covered. These are several of my favorite forgotten films from the 90s. Do you remember?

25 Incredible Films That Force You to Cry Every Time You Watch Them

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Are you searching for a great film to get your beautiful eyes to tear up? I’m a sucker for a good cry fest. So here are 25 movies that make me cry every time I watch them. Will they get your eyes wet, too?

15 Movies Boomers Admit They Were Actually Shown at School

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Everyone knows the feeling of walking into the classroom and seeing the TV on the rolling stand. It was a feeling of pure joy; you were either watching a film for educational purposes, or you were watching a film because the teacher didn’t want to work on their lesson plan. One way or another, you knew you were watching a movie that day.

10 Magnificent Performances That Tricked Us Into Loving Terrible Movies

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Ready for some controversy? First, let me preface that I do NOT agree with several of the films listed on this list. Recently, an online film forum member asked about amazing performances in terrible films. Again, don’t hate the reporter. These are not my picks. Here is what they had to say. I know ya’ll…

20 Movies Guaranteed to Completely Blow Your Mind Wide Open

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What’s the first mind-blowing movie you have ever seen? What’s your favorite thought-provoking film of all time? My favorite mind-bending film of all time is either Inception or The Mist. After someone asked for other examples in an online film forum, here is what moviegoers had to say.