Do you love it when you watch a horde of mindless zombies rip apart your not-so-favorite character limb by limb? Or do you crave for blood gushing out of a mutilated corpse? If your eyes are gleaming with a resounding yes then we can tell you with absolute authority that you are a sadist. And also that you like gore. If your internet browser history is full of keywords like ‘gore’, ‘blood’, ‘violence’ then you are in the right place as we take you through some of the goriest films to have ever graced the silver screen. So be warned, disturbing graphic images below!
When it comes to stuffing human flesh and bones right in your face, Eli Roth is craftsman. The series very well established that it can be regarded as one of the most gut-wrenching films of all time.
High Tension (Haute Tension)
Originally a French movie that was later dubbed in English, we suggest you watch it in French with English subtitles for an immersive experience. It has everything, right from beheading, mutilation to a hot female lead.
Dead Alive (Braindead)
This Peter Jackson offering is rather campy but don’t let that fool you. It is full of gore and cringe-worthy scenes. For instance, a zombie baby breaks through a woman’s head. Yeah, let that sink in!
Tokyo Gore Police
This one is not for the faint-hearted. Even though most of the movies on the list have gruesome amount of gore, this one takes the cake. The Japanese are crazy about gore and this film shows just that. So what’s it about? A vengeful policewoman takes on an army of mutated cyborg creatures. We bet your first reaction after watching the movie would be ‘WTH’!
The movie is not just gory but also extremely disturbing. As the title suggests, it has cannibalism, brutal scenes, animal sacrifices and all around madness. The film turned out to be so grotesque that director Ruggero Deodato was taken into custody by the Italian government. The movie has also been banned in over 50 countries. So don’t ask us for torrent links.
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