I know this is a question I’d have to really think about before answering — but thousands of others knew exactly which movie they would never lay eyes on again.

“It is a World War II movie that focuses on a young boy who joins the Soviets to fight the Germans. And the scenes in that movie are so…so horrific. There is one scene that involves a barn being burned that my mind still flashes to and makes me sick to my stomach.” —u/FlinginFlangin

“For me it’s the wailing of the mother after the funeral, and the fights/tension between the mother and the son get too real for me.” —u/Turnbob73

“My wife was pregnant at the time, and it just got to me. Didn’t even finish it.” —u/Ashontez

“It’s about a woman who lives outside Hiroshima during World War II and it’s fucked.” —u/GMOiscool

“I know it’s not a scary movie or gory at all, but I was a kid in a preprofessional ballet program, and the whole thing just fucked me up so much that I quit ballet like a month later because I just couldn’t do it.” —u/ennnyy

“I know a lot of people love it, but the scene where the family is hiding something and so the soldiers kill them all, and the something turns out to be a puppy…I just wanted existence to be done after that.” —u/realgood-username

“I watched Candyman when I was 8 or 10. I wasn’t comfortable being in a bathroom with the lights off till I was almost 30.” —u/kamandi

“Literally every single thing about this movie is unbelievably depressing. The color scheme, the sound, the music, the facial expression, everything. It is a GREAT movie, and had it not been very depressing, I’d watch it again.” —u/waterettefluff

“Emotionally just brutal. Crushed me; never want to see again. Event Horizon was deeply disturbing. Wolf Creek marked the beginning of gore porn and utterly without-hope-of-survival films and the end of more ‘fun’ horror films, like Scream, and I never, ever want to watch shit that fucking bleak again.” —u/leftontotrafalgar

“City of God left me with such hopelessness and sadness. I couldn’t sleep well for a week after watching it.” —u/salty-MA-student

“The first one especially got me. I think there are three? Just horrible rape scenes, and I was not expecting it.” —u/hkm11

“I got extremely disturbed watching the anime Perfect Blue and just had to stop. Haven’t watched the film all the way through and don’t ever want to.” —u/Bedlamcitylimit

“Watched it for a college class as an extra-credit assignment. When I finished it, I threw my textbook at the TV and just sobbed.” —u/dannicalliope

“This movie turned me into an emotional zombie for days after. It’s amazing, but don’t watch it.” —u/Krocin

“Some guys find a dead girl (she is a zombie) and proceed to…continuously have sex with her body. This progresses until one of the guys begins cutting holes into her body to have sex with because these holes are warmer and cozier(???), and then he gets infected when she bites him. Forgot the worst part. We rented this for family movie night and, for reasons I cannot truly understand, watched it in its entirety. So yeah, watched this horrid film with my mom and siblings.” —u/TheGrVIII1

“Just thinking about it makes me want to throw up. Mostly just because of how fucked up the whole plan was from the start.” —u/smolgerardway

“It shows a lot of child abuse. It was so disturbing, I had to watch it in segments and fast-forward through parts.” —u/aidyllic

“It was a really great movie until it was awful to watch. It is very slow moving, but the dialogue is great. However, the ending is very hard to watch.” —u/ajonas85

“Really? No one said it? Human Centipede. Only watched the first one; never going to watch the other two.” —u/CrimsonToker707

“I had weird, fucked-up dreams after I watched it. It was very uncomfortable to watch.” —u/Cursed_Wings69

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/fabianabuontempo/movies-so-disturbing-people-literally-could-not-finish

News – 24 Movies So Disturbing, People Literally Could Not Finish Watching Them