Disturbing is ok to a degree. Devil's Rejects had a "hard-to-watch" scene, but they didn't dwell on it even in the director's cut. Also, by no means was it the film's quarterback. Actually it really doesn't matter if the actors are into it or not. It's the sentiment. Let me put it too you another way. Let's say you get a pink bunny suit for christmas instead of the BB gun you wanted. Are you not offended that your mom doesn't know you at all? Likewise, the filmmakers here think that seeing scenes like that are what I want out of a horror number. They made those scenes the climactic points of the film and therefore in my mind have pinned me as some sick fuck who gets off on that sort of thing or even as some sick fuck who enjoys being disgusted by that sort of thing. Good points by the way kyoki!