Top 10 Most Graphic iTunes Store MoviesWell, in a world of film, we have kid friendly movies, and we have movies that the people on the set just target towards adults, today, I'm counting down the most graphic movies in terms of content. I'm defining graphic as a movie that features intense content, whether it be sexual content, violent content, graphic language, drug content, etc. these movies are just ridiculously graphic. However, I am not including ones such as Salo, A Serbian Film, Cannibal Holocaust, The Human Centipede, etc. where we would probably think are graphic looking at the ratings and titles. However, horror movies will not be excluded. Also, to be included, it must be in the iTunes store or formerly.
The Top Ten
This is a very faithful adaption of an Austrian literature classic ("Traumnovelle" by Arthur Schnitzler, also known as "Dream Story") that will be read at some point in almost every higher school class. - Martin_Canine
It's rated suitable for viewers 12 and up over here. - Martin_Canine
This movie is one of Kubrick's worst.
It is based on a literature classic that in and if itself is... let's just call it amoral. What's even more stupid is that they kind of had to leave out most of the plot because of the censorship. So we have a movie about a controversial relationship... but without the actual relationship. But if you wouldn't know what it's about the movie barely hints at its sexual nature. You can watch almost the entire movie thinking they had stepfather-daughter relationship, except for the very end.
So we have a book with a topic that's... unsettling. What's the point of adapting this and leaving out the entire story?
PS: Also rated 12+ over here. - Martin_Canine
This movie is just nonsensical and not in a funny way. Funny nonsensical movies make you laugh when you watch them with friends. This one makes you shake your head in disbelief. I don't even know where the joke is here. "Tokyo Gore Police" for example makes you laugh because at a certain point it is absolutely impossible to reach another level of weirdness - but the movie still has more and more going on, and is over the top all of the time. FGF is actually not very humorous. And it's not only weird but shockingly dark. That alone would be no problem if there was a plot justifying it. But guess what - it doesn't have any. - Martin_Canine
You know... there are movies that are graphic in order for the atmosphere, or to get a point across. There are movies by great directors that want to artfully capture the essence of disturbance and extremeness.
This is not one of those movies. This is simply stupid and pseudo-shocking. - Martin_Canine
Another love it or hate it movie.
It is based on an old Scandinavian legend that was also made into a film by masterful Swedish director Ingmar Bergman ("The Virgon Spring"). Craven was aiming for a modern adaption and accurately translated it into a new setting. Instead of Sweden in thr middle ages, it is set in the USA of the 1970s; instead of going to church, they go to a concert. The movie was made at a time where movies, both American and European, had the most creative liberties and were very daring. For today's audiences, it may look pretty bewildering though.
And yes, much of Europe's art is pretty graphic and may shock American audiences. - Martin_Canine