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SaviniFan
04-29-2003, 05:36 AM
Ok, what movie have you seen that contained a rape scene that just disturbed you the most. I'm sure alot of people are gonna go with ISoYG, but I gotta go with a non horror film. Deliverance. I dunno if it's the man/man thing about it that makes me cringe, but that particular scene in that movie has been etched in my mind as one of the most shocking scenes I've seen on celluloid.

Andrew
04-29-2003, 05:45 AM
CONTRABAND's strangely bothered me more than I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE or LAST HOUSE. I still haven't finished IRREVERSIBLE yet though, so who knows.

Latency
04-29-2003, 05:49 AM
i avoid movies with rape. it's the one thing i can't handle at all. even Re-Animator disturbed me so much I had to fast forward it at one scene. You know ... when the servered head guy starts licking that chicks nipples and she's screaming as she's being strapped down. thats how much i hate it.

Atmims
04-29-2003, 05:49 AM
I can't really name the single most disturbing rape but the first one I thought of was the one in American History X in the prison shower. I totally didn't expect it to happen and it was pretty sickening in probably the same way you found the one in deliverance sickening.

Another pretty aweful one is the one in the Untold Story.

A rape that is just as comical as it is disturbing is the one in Ebola Syndrome with the native.

joltaddict
04-29-2003, 06:11 AM
I stand Alone.

Probally because it was his daughter.

life_o_petey
04-29-2003, 06:29 AM
I Spit On Your Grave. the first time i saw it, it felt like the whole movie was one long rape scene.

Suicide
04-29-2003, 06:51 AM
I'm going with Irreversible, I actually have bad flashbacks from that one. Like if I hear about it happening on the news, bam I immediately have that scene pop into my head, which is not good. The actual rape was horrible, but seeing Monica Belucci get her face smashed against the ground several times was almost traumatizing to me.




I usually avoid rape scenes, I'll watch a movie with it, but I usually skip past the scene.

RyanPC
04-29-2003, 06:55 AM
Originally posted by life_o_petey
I Spit On Your Grave. the first time i saw it, it felt like the whole movie was one long rape scene.

I definitely have to agree! :D

Erg0n
04-29-2003, 07:04 AM
The one in "the isle" (seom) a korean flick. pretty nasty. let's just say after I've seen that I haven't looked at porn since, been about 1 week.

slinker
04-29-2003, 07:49 AM
An English made for TV film called `Scum` about borstal life...that had easily the most harrowing rape scene ive ever seen! yukky :eek:

shift
04-29-2003, 08:08 AM
dudes one fuckin sick rape scene was in an movie called POSSESSION,,, that lady fuckin the squid was wild and sickO!!:nervous:

Wolf Man
04-29-2003, 08:15 AM
Originally posted by Suicide
Spoilers: How do you do that blue spoiler thing?
You put "" in front of the text and "" after it (without the quotation marks.

Wolf Man
04-29-2003, 08:17 AM
Aw, crap, that just put the spoiler thing in there where I didn't want to. Ok put [type the world spoiler between these brackets] before the text and [type /spoiler between these brackets] after it.

Nemesis
04-29-2003, 10:34 AM
Originally posted by AndrewBBD
CONTRABAND's strangely bothered me more than I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE or LAST HOUSE. I still haven't finished IRREVERSIBLE yet though, so who knows.

cool, i just recently won an ebay auction for Contraband/the smuggler... will obviously be a good watch, cant wait

Pukenstein
04-29-2003, 03:39 PM
I haven't seen the ones mentioned as I avoid them. But I don't consider Re-Animator a rape scene, you mean when she's tied down with Hill's head?

What about Casualties of War with Michael J Fox.

I guess Pulp Fiction bugged me my first viewing. When they bring out "The Gimp" etc, etc. But now it's funny.

Rock
04-29-2003, 04:05 PM
Seeing Jennifer Jason Leigh get beat to hell while being raped in LAST EXIT TO BROOKLYN was no fun...

Suicide
04-29-2003, 04:43 PM
Originally posted by Wolf Man
Aw, crap, that just put the spoiler thing in there where I didn't want to. Ok put [type the world spoiler between these brackets] before the text and [type /spoiler between these brackets] after it.

Cool thanks. I was putting spoilers instead of spoiler, which is why I couldn't get it to work.

Grim
04-29-2003, 05:44 PM
Last House was pretty bad, as was I Spit On Your Grave. The Rape scene in The Accused was pretty viscious. But those don't really freak me out, they're terrible, but it just doesn't give me a horrible feeling in the pit of my stomach. The movie that does that is Blue Velvet, that rape was actually kind of creepy.

landrvr
04-29-2003, 06:18 PM
I'm having some trouble figuring out why there would be a thread called 'Most Disturbing Rape Scene'?

:(

I mean, honestly. Aren't all Rape scenes disturbing? Shit. Maybe the thread really should have been called: Hottest Rape Scene.
:rolleyes:

RyanPC
04-29-2003, 10:03 PM
Oh-- just thought of another... Eye for an Eye, when Kiefer Sutherland rapes and murders those two people... awful stuff, but great movie! ;)

ekent
04-30-2003, 12:45 AM
hands down most disturbing rape scene was in Evil Dead Trap when the guy was raping that chic in the car. The scene lasted like 5 fucking minutes! Totally fucking sick! I am not into rape in movies, and usually cut the movie off right when it starts.

joltaddict
04-30-2003, 12:59 AM
Originally posted by shift
dudes one fuckin sick rape scene was in an movie called POSSESSION,,, that lady fuckin the squid was wild and sickO!!:nervous:

That was consentual. That was the husbands image of what he thought of his wifes infidelitys.

Cujo108
04-30-2003, 02:48 AM
The nine minute rape of the lovely Monica Belluci in the utter masterpiece that is IRREVERSIBLE is easily the most disturbing one I've ever seen. Simply an amazing and effective film on every level.

X-human
04-30-2003, 04:27 AM
Hey, does the dialog for Irreversible or I Stand a Alone really matter much? Can you get along w/o it?

blairmonster
04-30-2003, 04:49 AM
Originally posted by ekent
hands down most disturbing rape scene was in Evil Dead Trap when the guy was raping that chic in the car. The scene lasted like 5 fucking minutes! Totally fucking sick! I am not into rape in movies, and usually cut the movie off right when it starts.

That scene was very disturbing indeed, but it was a nice set up for the crazy Argento-esque kill following it...I jumped five feet out of my seat!

Cujo108
04-30-2003, 04:55 AM
I'd say you could get along without the dialogue in IRREVERSIBLE, but a bit of the film's effectiveness would be lost, and I personally never opt to view a film without dialogue, especially a masterpiece of this caliber.

joltaddict
04-30-2003, 06:03 AM
I wouldnt say the same for I Stand Alone though. Its really a dialog driven movie. Not alot happens ouside of the narrators head.

Deaddevilman
04-30-2003, 07:52 AM
The multiple rape scenes in Daughter of Darkness and Brother of Darkness are intense. I do not remember the name of the victim, but she has been raped in at least 7 Hong Kong flicks I have and there are probably more out there. She was even a retard in one!

WesReviews
04-30-2003, 08:49 AM
Another pretty aweful one is the one in the Untold Story.
Ain't that the truth! Women will never wanna eat with chopsticks again after seeing that movie.

The Chaostar
04-30-2003, 03:29 PM
Right on onebyone! That is a great film you mentioned there. I think it was directed by Claude Chabrol but then I'm not so sure.
IRREVERSIBLE is the film for me.
Eye For An Eye was shit to my eyes. Poor John, he once directed Midnight Cowboy....

RyanPC
04-30-2003, 04:19 PM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
Eye For An Eye was shit to my eyes. Poor John, he once directed Midnight Cowboy....

Does this mean you didn't like Eye for an Eye? I thought it was great and had wonderful acting, although it was a bit disturbing at times. Sally Field rocks! :D :eek2:

morsoth
05-01-2003, 07:41 AM
In the movie CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST!!!

Seems so real... :nervous:

legnadibrom
05-01-2003, 09:05 AM
"irreversible" without a doubt,
up until that movie it was "boys dont cry"
and as a sixteen year old boy watching "pulp fiction" fucked me up

bwana the clown
05-01-2003, 09:42 AM
Originally posted by RyanPC
Does this mean you didn't like Eye for an Eye? I thought it was great and had wonderful acting, although it was a bit disturbing at times. Sally Field rocks! :D :eek2:

I didn't like it. It was so bland it seemed more like one of those TV movies of the week!

RyanPC
05-01-2003, 12:58 PM
Originally posted by bwana the clown
I didn't like it. It was so bland it seemed more like one of those TV movies of the week!

I can see where you are coming from... it did have a sort of "Lifetime movie" feel. But I like some of the Lifetime movies, so there ya go! :D

Atmims
05-02-2003, 02:40 AM
Originally posted by Deaddevilman
The multiple rape scenes in Daughter of Darkness and Brother of Darkness are intense. I do not remember the name of the victim, but she has been raped in at least 7 Hong Kong flicks I have and there are probably more out there. She was even a retard in one!

Oh yeah, I definetly agree. Every movie I've ever seen her on she is raped a couple times. It was even by her father on Daughter of Darkness, I liked the actor who played her dad though. He usually plays as a messed up character.

Aceman
05-02-2003, 06:10 PM
Deathwish
The way JeffGoldblum does the daughter and mother:eek2:
But I like the way Charles Bronson handled it:evil:

Aceman
05-02-2003, 06:15 PM
Meant to say Jeeff Goldblumm and his buddies!
:p

The Chaostar
05-03-2003, 10:56 PM
Originally posted by RyanPC
I can see where you are coming from... it did have a sort of "Lifetime movie" feel. But I like some of the Lifetime movies, so there ya go! :D

Well, I actually hate every film that promotes vigilantism and self inflicted "justice".

But as we were talking about Eye For An Eye, John Schlesinger was one of the leading figures of the famous and highly influential "free-cinema" movement back in the 60s and in the US he made Midnight Cowboy, one of the greatest films of that decade. So it was kind of sad watching a film like EYE FOR AN EYE that supports these ideas from a director that he clearly had more thought provoking and intelligent things to say some decades ago.

Grim
05-03-2003, 11:12 PM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
Well, I actually hate every film that promotes vigilantism and self inflicted "justice".

So I take it you hate Last House on the Left and I Spit on Your Grave.

This is the way I see it about vigilanties, if something has to be done, and the law doesn't do anything about it, well, ya gotta do what ya gotta do. I mean someone murdered someone dear and close to me don't think for one moment that I wouldn't track his/her ass down and paint the walls with their blood. EDIT: that's if the law doesn't do something first, forgot to include that little bit.

Oh, I still feel that Blue Velvet gets to me the most.:D

RyanPC
05-03-2003, 11:18 PM
Originally posted by MrGrim13
So I take it you hate Last House on the Left and I Spit on Your Grave.

This is the way I see it about vigilanties, if something has to be done, and the law doesn't do anything about it, well, ya gotta do what ya gotta do. I mean someone murdered someone dear and close to me don't think for one moment that I wouldn't track his/her ass down and paint the walls with their blood. EDIT: that's if the law doesn't do something first, forgot to include that little bit.

Oh, I still feel that Blue Velvet gets to me the most.:D

I totally agree. :)

The Chaostar
05-03-2003, 11:21 PM
You are wrong. LHOTL does not PROMOTE vigilantism. It depicts it. And it does that to make a comment on the lost innosence of the 60s and the death of the hippie movement. It also shows that the "God-loving" conservative parents are even more repulsive and violent than the real criminals. It does not GLORIFY them. Nor it does GLORIFY self-justice.
Same goes for a VERY interesting film, In The Bedroom.

As far as ISOYG there are serious theological issues about this one since Camile Keaton receives "absolution" for the crimes she is commiting. But that a discussion for a different topic.

If the laws are no good, vote for the man that will change them. :D

The Chaostar
05-03-2003, 11:33 PM
Fuck, I wish my english were better. Whenever a good discussion or a good arguement starts I feel myself struggling with ideas and views I cannot "translate" with accuracy. :(

Atmims
05-03-2003, 11:47 PM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
Fuck, I wish my english were better. Whenever a good discussion or a good arguement starts I feel myself struggling with ideas and views I cannot "translate" with accuracy. :(

I hear you man, that happens to me too. I know exactly what I'm thinking but I don't know exactly how to put it in text.

The Chaostar
05-03-2003, 11:51 PM
Well, it tough sometimes!:) Where u from Atmims?

RyanPC
05-03-2003, 11:59 PM
I just watched THE INCUBUS a day ago and I must say that it has gained my vote for most disturbing rape scenes. Anyone who has seen it knows what I mean! :nervous:

Hellbilly
05-04-2003, 12:14 AM
Another disturbing one: Barbara Hershey getting raped by something invisible in THE ENTITY.

Grim
05-04-2003, 12:14 AM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
You are wrong. LHOTL does not PROMOTE vigilantism. It depicts it. And it does that to make a comment on the lost innosence of the 60s and the death of the hippie movement. It also shows that the "God-loving" conservative parents are even more repulsive and violent than the real criminals. It does not GLORIFY them. Nor it does GLORIFY self-justice.
Same goes for a VERY interesting film, In The Bedroom.

As far as ISOYG there are serious theological issues about this one since Camile Keaton receives "absolution" for the crimes she is commiting. But that a discussion for a different topic.

If the laws are no good, vote for the man that will change them. :D

Good point.

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 12:19 AM
Yeah, THE ENTITY has some pretty disturbing ones, although I did love the iflm and Barbra Hershey was excellent in it.

dwatts
05-04-2003, 12:54 AM
-- It also shows that the "God-loving" conservative parents are even more repulsive and violent than the real criminals.--

Well, some of what you say makes sense, but this does not. In no way does it do this. The parents deliver justice, and they enact it in the same way their daughter was treated.

Deaddevilman
05-04-2003, 12:55 AM
Which makes Satan very happy.

dwatts
05-04-2003, 01:36 AM
How does justice make satan happy? Eye for an eye and all that.

Deaddevilman
05-04-2003, 01:38 AM
The "God loving" parents killing makes Satan happy. Justice or not.

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 01:46 AM
This discussion is too strong for me... I have no say in what makes Satan or God happy. Case closed for me, I guess. :D

Atmims
05-04-2003, 02:57 AM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
Well, it tough sometimes!:) Where u from Atmims?

:lol: I'm from America (Georgia) but my English still isn't perfect. Small vocabulary, bad grammar at times, etc. I wish I would have paid more attention in English classes instead of passing with average grades. :p If English is your secondary language Chaoster then we are talking about something entirely different. :D I just mean I read posts from people on here that have perfect ways of wording things that make a lot more sense than if I were to try and say the same thing.

The Chaostar
05-04-2003, 05:50 AM
Originally posted by dwatts
-- It also shows that the "God-loving" conservative parents are even more repulsive and violent than the real criminals.--

Well, some of what you say makes sense, but this does not. In no way does it do this. The parents deliver justice, and they enact it in the same way their daughter was treated.


Justice would be to hand them over to the police - in the way we civilised man perceive justice in our days. Still, even so, what you say would be correct if they could kill them with a shotgun or something - come on now, the mother gives a blowjob to the guy just to bite his dick off!!!!!!!!!!! And dad kills them with a chainsaw!!!!!!!

So the point is "are we REALLY civilised or not"? Because the criminals are meant to be "animals". But the parents are not. Early in the film, the father even gets irritated when his daughter mentions the word "tits".
Which proves my theory:D.

Look, to castrate a man with your teeth is not justice. It's vile and sick. "But look what they did to their daughter"! You're right, but I repeat, they were supposed to be animals!

The thing is that in the final shot of the film you can see absolutely NO satisfaction in their eyes from their act of self-justice. Nothing but sorrow. Because it leads nowhere. They will mourn for their daughter forever. When a film glorifies self-justice is goes to show that people COULD get satisfaction out of it and that get's on my nerves. It does not happen.

I don't know what I would do if something happened to my kid. Maybe I'd do worse. But that does not mean that I would gain ANYTHING out of it, it would not be justice. And I also believe that it would be more pleasing for my soul if the guy was caught by an authority of any kind and was severely punished. Now if the law system sucks do something to change it (because guns are not the answer either). But don't wait for your daughter to get raped or killed first...

And Atmims, english is indeed my second language - I'm Greek!

Shannafey
05-04-2003, 07:36 AM
Originally posted by dwatts
-- It also shows that the "God-loving" conservative parents are even more repulsive and violent than the real criminals.--

Well, some of what you say makes sense, but this does not. In no way does it do this. The parents deliver justice, and they enact it in the same way their daughter was treated.

What the FUCK? This is the kind of thinking that's fucking up America!! It was better that an animal like that walk the streets and keep on raping and killing? I just don't understand liberal America and the way they believe that criminals have more rights than the victims. What should they have done to the guy? swapped him on the hand or give him a time out?

What I don't understand more, is a whole thread on rape. Fuck, that's disturbing in itself!! I have a wife and daughter, and can't stand to sit through any rape scene. The ones in Eye for an Eye were very disturbing!! The most disturbing one I have ever seen is in A Time to Kill, watching that poor little girl terrorized!!

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 07:52 AM
Originally posted by Shannafey
What the FUCK? This is the kind of thinking that's fucking up America!! It was better that an animal like that walk the streets and keep on raping and killing? I just don't understand liberal America and the way they believe that criminals have more rights than the victims. What should they have done to the guy? swapped him on the hand or give him a time out?

What I don't understand more, is a whole thread on rape. Fuck, that's disturbing in itself!! I have a wife and daughter, and can't stand to sit through any rape scene. The ones in Eye for an Eye were very disturbing!! The most disturbing one I have ever seen is in A Time to Kill, watching that poor little girl terrorized!!

I totally agree, every rape is disturbing, but I think with this thread we are trying to find the MOST disturbing out of all of them. And all of the ones we have mentioned are pretty disturbing, and that is just putting it lightly. :(

The Chaostar
05-04-2003, 03:29 PM
Originally posted by Shannafey
What the FUCK? This is the kind of thinking that's fucking up America!! It was better that an animal like that walk the streets and keep on raping and killing? I just don't understand liberal America and the way they believe that criminals have more rights than the victims

You are right about criminals having more rights. I find the law system in the US seriously fucked up. However, it is not the "liberals" problem. It is in the law system. And no, animals like that should not walk the streets. They should be kept in prison for eternity or executed (read my post again, is less "liberal" than what you think). But not by individuals bearing guns. This, to my mind, leads nowhere (and borders on anarchy). Read what I wrote.

Originally posted by The Chaostar
The thing is that in the final shot of LHOTL you can see absolutely NO satisfaction in their eyes from their act of self-justice. Nothing but sorrow. Because it leads nowhere. They will mourn for their daughter forever. When a film glorifies self-justice is goes to show that people COULD get satisfaction out of it and that get's on my nerves. It does not happen.

I don't know what I would do if something happened to my kid. Maybe I'd do worse. But that does not mean that I would gain ANYTHING out of it, it would not be justice. And I also believe that it would be more pleasing for my soul if the guy was caught by an authority of any kind and was severely punished. Now if the law system sucks do something to change it (because guns are not the answer either). But don't wait for your daughter to get raped or killed first...


However let's focus in cinema and not in politics!





Originally posted by Shannafey
What I don't understand more, is a whole thread on rape. Fuck, that's disturbing in itself!! I have a wife and daughter, and can't stand to sit through any rape scene.

The thread is a bit extreme, I agree. I also have a wife and a daughter. However, many girls I know point out that more graphic rape scenes should be seen in cinema - to frighten men and make them realise what "rape" is about. That's what's so great about films like IRREVERSIBLE.

I am however amazed that none has mentioned that highly controversial scene in Straw Dogs!

Originally posted by Shannafey
The ones in Eye for an Eye were very disturbing!! The most disturbing one I have ever seen is in A Time to Kill, watching that poor little girl terrorized!!

Didn't like any of those films (man, you gotta see IRREVERSIBLE) but with all that, I remembered "The Rape of Richard Beck" with RIchard Crenna as a "macho" cop who get's raped! And also that GREAT Edward James Olmos film "American Me". Anyone remembers rape scenes with male victims? (Excluding Pulp Fiction!)

Nemesis
05-04-2003, 03:35 PM
yeah avoid the politics of the issue, not all convicted rapists are guilty, thats why criminals have more rights than they should.. anyway, i dunno if id ever watch a rape/exploitation flick just to get shocked... i got lhotl for that and havent really re-watched it...

does Ilsa shewolf of the SS have rape scenes and torture in it? ive heard its a fairly horrific movie but dont actually know what its about

Aceman
05-04-2003, 03:47 PM
Ha , ha! Ilsa movies are great!! The on you are refering to has lots of toture scenes! In one scene they are injecting gang green in a girls cut on her arm!! Brutal!:nervous:

Atmims
05-04-2003, 06:13 PM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
Justice would be to hand them over to the police - in the way we civilised man perceive justice in our days. Still, even so, what you say would be correct if they could kill them with a shotgun or something - come on now, the mother gives a blowjob to the guy just to bite his dick off!!!!!!!!!!! And dad kills them with a chainsaw!!!!!!!

So the point is "are we REALLY civilised or not"? Because the criminals are meant to be "animals". But the parents are not. Early in the film, the father even gets irritated when his daughter mentions the word "tits".
Which proves my theory:D.

Look, to castrate a man with your teeth is not justice. It's vile and sick. "But look what they did to their daughter"! You're right, but I repeat, they were supposed to be animals!

The thing is that in the final shot of the film you can see absolutely NO satisfaction in their eyes from their act of self-justice. Nothing but sorrow. Because it leads nowhere. They will mourn for their daughter forever. When a film glorifies self-justice is goes to show that people COULD get satisfaction out of it and that get's on my nerves. It does not happen.

I don't know what I would do if something happened to my kid. Maybe I'd do worse. But that does not mean that I would gain ANYTHING out of it, it would not be justice. And I also believe that it would be more pleasing for my soul if the guy was caught by an authority of any kind and was severely punished. Now if the law system sucks do something to change it (because guns are not the answer either). But don't wait for your daughter to get raped or killed first...

Woah! I totally agree with everything you said. Un-civilized behavior definetly isn't satisfying. If you've ever gotten mad at someone over an argument or whatever and broke something. Immediately afterward you realize how idiotic you behaved and you'll regret what you did.


And Atmims, english is indeed my second language - I'm Greek!

Man, I feel like a dork for even thinking we are on the same level. Your English is damn amazing to be a second language.

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 07:57 PM
DELIVERANCE has a fairly brutal and disturbing rape scene, although I absolutely hated the movie. :nervous:

Latency
05-04-2003, 08:10 PM
Lets get something straight. ALL RAPE SCENES ARE HORRIBLE AND DISTURBING. If you disagree then you have serious issues. Thats all I wanted to say :) Thanks

Grim
05-04-2003, 08:11 PM
Originally posted by RyanPC
DELIVERANCE has a fairly brutal and disturbing rape scene, although I absolutely hated the movie. :nervous:

SQUEAL LIKE A PIGGY!!!!

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 08:17 PM
ewwwwww! :cry:

:lol:

robman795
05-04-2003, 10:06 PM
Personally I think the rape scenes in Death Wish 2 were pretty brutal.

RyanPC
05-04-2003, 11:16 PM
What makes DELIVERANCE's rape scene even more disturbing is because it is two guys!! :eek: :eek1: :eek2: :cry: :nervous: :sleepy:

Shannafey
05-05-2003, 01:40 AM
Originally posted by The Chaostar
You are right about criminals having more rights. I find the law system in the US seriously fucked up. However, it is not the "liberals" problem. It is in the law system. And no, animals like that should not walk the streets. They should be kept in prison for eternity or executed (read my post again, is less "liberal" than what you think). But not by individuals bearing guns. This, to my mind, leads nowhere (and borders on anarchy). Read what I wrote.

However let's focus in cinema and not in politics!

The thread is a bit extreme, I agree. I also have a wife and a daughter. However, many girls I know point out that more graphic rape scenes should be seen in cinema - to frighten men and make them realise what "rape" is about. That's what's so great about films like IRREVERSIBLE.


Chaostar, I wasn't pissed off at your statement, if you read what I wrote, and I like what you said, except that it is the liberal democrats in America that help pass most of these laws that protect criminals. Sometimes the intent is right, as far as civil rights, but the execution is flawed.

No, as much as I'd love it, we can't have vigilante justice in this country. I think the movie pointed out an extreme situation, where I think that was the only option, but it isn't that far from the truth. Our legal system is terrible in so many ways!! I don't want to get into it. As I said, the most disturbing scenes, definitely involve children or teens. I am at the point in my life, where more things disturb me than use to, and rape scenes and families in jeopardy, definitely affect me the most!!

BTW: Your English is better than half the people on the Internet forums!!

joltaddict
05-05-2003, 02:23 AM
Originally posted by Aceman
Ha , ha! Ilsa movies are great!! The on you are refering to has lots of toture scenes! In one scene they are injecting gang green in a girls cut on her arm!! Brutal!:nervous:

What sticks in my mind is the electocution by dildo. :eek1:

dwatts
05-05-2003, 02:40 AM
--What the FUCK? This is the kind of thinking that's fucking up America!! It was better that an animal like that walk the streets and keep on raping and killing? I just don't understand liberal America and the way they believe that criminals have more rights than the victims.--

What? I never said, or implied, anything of the sort. And people who blame "liberals" for the crime situation are usaully those who have done no reading on the topic. This has nothing to do with liberal or otherwise. Aside from that, and more to the point, your firey reply simply had NOTHING to do with my comment.

Deaddevilman
05-05-2003, 03:06 AM
Blame the judges who lack the balls to impose harsh sentances on first time offenders who end doing the same shit over and over again.

joltaddict
05-05-2003, 05:02 AM
Can everybody take the political agenda sticks out of their asses and discuss disturbing scenes?

Nemesis
05-05-2003, 07:04 AM
<reaches behind, squirms a bit, yanks out stick> ok, so what were we discussing again? ;) hmm im about to watch contraband, seem to recall someone saying theres a pretty disturbing rape scene in this, ill let u know my opinion later

dwatts
05-05-2003, 09:01 AM
--Blame the judges who lack the balls to impose harsh sentances on first time offenders who end doing the same shit over and over again.--

This is just silly. Have you read anything about the legal system? Long sentences don't work to deter crime. Check out Texas. More than four times the number of people put to death than any other state - EVERY YEAR - and they still got plenty of murder. And it costs more of you tax dollars to kill them that to incarcerate them.

I won't post on this topic in this thread again, I promise. But it's pretty sad people have bought the propoganda that it's the "liberals" who caused these issues. Right or left - check ALL facts. If someone says they're a politician, walk away.

fatclown
05-05-2003, 09:02 AM
DELIVERANCE

The Chaostar
05-05-2003, 03:18 PM
Shannafey I was not pissed of at your comments either and I am glad to see that people who don't exactly agree on political issues can discuss without posting insults to each other:D! And thanx to you and to Atmims for your comments on my knowledge of english:D :D :D!

Ryan, I must say that I found Deliverance a real masterpiece - cinema with balls!

Atmims
05-05-2003, 04:15 PM
Deliverance was an excellent movie in my opinion.

I agree that rape is horrible and disturbing, but I disagree that all rape SCENES are horrible and disturbing. Some just don't bother me because the movie is so absurd anyways.

I just remembered what the sickest rape scene is though. There are several on All Night Long 3 but there is one that takes place in a junkyard that is really sick. ANyone else know which one I'm referring to? :nervous:

The Chaostar
05-05-2003, 04:57 PM
Originally posted by Latency
Lets get something straight. ALL RAPE SCENES ARE HORRIBLE AND DISTURBING. If you disagree then you have serious issues. Thats all I wanted to say :) Thanks

No they're not. When the fat guy was raped in Pulp Fiction I laughed my ass off.

Rape as an ACT is horrible and disgusting. And to that we ALL agree.

mgfred
05-05-2003, 08:40 PM
I'm surprised noone has mentioned the rape of Susan George in "Straw Dogs"!

One of the most intense rape scenes I've every seen.

The Barbara Hershey one talked about earlier in "The Entity" is also disturbing! All left for the mind's imagination!

shift
05-05-2003, 08:45 PM
Originally posted by fatclown
DELIVERANCE

HaHA!!


Let me hear you squeel like an PIG!! ;)

Love that slang and scene!! :lol: :nervous:

The Chaostar
05-05-2003, 08:53 PM
I think I wrote something about it but I didn't! One of the most controversial scenes in modern cinema history.

shift
05-05-2003, 09:49 PM
Straw Dogs I thik the rape scene could of been better if they put an train on her.

She was a big tease anyways.
:p

r_burgos2003
06-21-2003, 10:45 PM
BORN INNOCENT.....Linda Blair gets raped with a broomstick handle. VERY VERY graphic and sad.

bigdaddyhorse
06-21-2003, 11:25 PM
I'm gonna stay away from the politics side of this discussion.

Not all rape scenes are horrible, I totally agree with Chaoster about Pulp Fiction being hilarious.
Another incredibly funny, as well as table turning, rape scenes was in Thursday. That gets my vote as the best rape scene ever, just for the sheer black comedy. the chick sucking homeboys dick while he trys to fight off being aroused, followed by her "I see you've done this before" remark had me laughing so hard it hurt! then the whole, "I'm not gonna kill you till you cum" followed by the "don't worry, I'm mult-orgasmic" when he thinks he's off the hook after she cums was too much!

Straw Dogs was a disturbing movie, but the rape scene was far from the most disturbing aspect of the film. It definitly added a punch to it, but the movie would've been uncomfortabe to watch even without it.

Rape in real life is a whole different story. Nothing is funny about it, and I just can't understand the mental state of someone who could rape someone else. I also can't understand women who forgive their attackers. I was dating a girl about 8 years ago who I was real close to being in love with. Then one day she tells me one of her "friends" fucked her while she was passed out at his house. I wanted to fucking kill him, but she wouldn't tell me who he was. I wanted her to report it to the cops, but she said some dumb shit about it being her fault, like she was flirting with him and it was o.k. I dumped her on the spot for saying that, even though it hurt like hell. It was a side of her I didn't think existed, and a side I couldn't possibly live with.

Jeffrey Dahmer
07-30-2003, 08:48 PM
Irréversible... Very disturbing.

ArrowBeach
07-31-2003, 01:46 AM
SPETTERS (have you seen the rape scene in this???!!!)

DEATH WISH 2 (in the unvut version that aired on cable 15 years ago!)

EATEN ALIVE (cannibals rape her, then they slice her boobs!)

LAST EXIT TO BROOKLYN

O (the girl tells her boyfriend you can have me anyway you want, he goes rough, she says stop you are hurting me, she looked violated, next day all is forgiven. I'll tell ya, power of the "meat")

r_burgos2003
07-31-2003, 03:40 AM
Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer: The rape and murder of the mother. (The videotaped murder)

ArrowBeach
07-31-2003, 08:32 AM
Originally posted by Chris Mayo
Latency wrote:

Like Chaostar, I don't think that at all. What about the snowman raping Shannon Elizabeth in Jack Frost?

~ Chris

Dude that scene WOULD have been amusing, had she ran away from him after he raped her and said his one liners, BUT , two days after seeing the scene, it bothered me because, if you see the scene again, she was killed probably by the fact her vagaina was raptured by the snowmans carrot/dick being thrust into her privates. It WAS sharp. So massive hemmoriging mujst have accoured, judging from the fact blood came out of her mouth. She died probably a very painful death. It is disturbing, could have been funny scene, it was for a while, but he killed her with a carrot!

r_burgos2003
07-31-2003, 03:39 PM
....he raped her?......it always looked like he was thrusting her back into the wall. That's why she was so bloody.....well the last time I saw it I was about 12 anyway......

The Chaostar
07-31-2003, 03:47 PM
Originally posted by ArrowBeach
...could have been funny scene (....) but he killed her with a carrot!

Are you serious?
No, really!

So, in Pulp Fiction it's funny to die by zillions of bullets, or have your head blown off by mistake,
but DEATH BY CARROT (I repeat: DEATH BY CARROT) IS DISTURBING?

The Chaostar
07-31-2003, 03:50 PM
DEATH BY CARROT

r_burgos2003
07-31-2003, 04:15 PM
:lol:

The Chaostar
07-31-2003, 04:28 PM
DEATH BY CARROT

Atmims
07-31-2003, 04:49 PM
well, I agree with Chaoster and Chris. Not all Rape Scenes are disturbing, only the realistically done ones can be.

Death by Carrot is not disturbing.

Atmims
07-31-2003, 08:35 PM
Originally posted by Chris Mayo
Atmims wrote:

YAAAYY!! A rational human!

~ Chris

Heh heh. Nothing against anyone on this board but I think sometimes people just try to be a little too passionate about things that they don't really have a strong opinion on. It comes out sounding really irrational.

Mortis
07-31-2003, 08:46 PM
I did a really fucked up rape scene in a little movie I made called Me and My Hand.

It's brutal. :eek2:

Atmims
07-31-2003, 08:47 PM
Originally posted by Mortis
I did a really fucked up rape scene in a little movie I made called Me and My Hand.

It's brutal. :eek2:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :nervous:

b-oblivion
08-01-2003, 05:53 AM
The rape by hair curler in Sleepaway Camp is nasty. The most bizarre has to be a movie called Black Devil Doll From Hell. It deals with a crazed black ventriloquist dummy that rapes and possesses a large African-American woman. Very strange.

fatclown
08-01-2003, 06:51 AM
In the beginning of the movie "The Beast Within" has a rape scene that is unforgettable.

Atmims
08-01-2003, 07:26 AM
the tree rape in Evil Dead was pretty disturbing. :rolleyes:

Peter Vincent
08-01-2003, 03:57 PM
Rape scenes in certain movies disturb me more than others!

Oddly enough, the rape scenes in both Last House On the Left and I Spit on Your Grave didn't bother me at all...maybe because I went in EXPECTING it!

2 movie scenes that DID disturb me were...

Elizabeth Shues (sp?) gang bang rape scene in Leaving Las Vegas.

The black girl's gang bang rape toward the end of Showgirls.

I know...weird choices right?...I dunno how to explain it myself.

In fact, when I saw that scene toward the end of Showgirls when I originally rented it on video, I walked away from the movie (and found something else to do or some sh*t). I never saw the ending of the movie 'til much later (I think they were showing it on TBS or something & I caught the end.

mutleyhyde
08-02-2003, 06:45 AM
Has nobody said Once Upon a Time in America yet? The rape scene therein is very long, and very real. One of the most powerful scenes in a movie, I think, especially when taken in context of the film, and the relationship between the two characters, Noodles and Deborah, up to that point.

Oh yeah, and then there's the rape scene at the diamond heist where Noodles gets Carol. But she actually was begging for it (hey, don't bash me if you haven't seen the movie, she was in fact begging for it!), so it was more a 'fantasy rape'. It's a pretty powerful scene of it's own as well.

Damn, now that I think about it, Bobby D. made out like a bandit in OUATIA, makin' it with Tuesday Weld and Elizabeth McGovern in the same flick. :evil: :banana: :evil: