Most Intense Movies Ever Made
Yikes! Some celebrate this film as an unflinchingly truthful portrait of human savagery, others think it's a work as noxious as anything produced by Leni Riefenstahl. But anyone who has seen Ruggero Deodato's 1980 film will agree about its intensity.
Great and very intense non-stop action movie with countless fight scenes
I would say the part in Alien where the first alien comes out of the guy's stomach is very intense. The whole movie is very intense
Amazing story... Contains the infamous Russian Roulette scene...
Every single killing was intense... And creepy
The movie runs like an acid trip. Things don't happen chronologically and you never know what's real. Brilliantly filmed, terrifying to watch.
A somber atmospheric movie that makes you feel for confusion of the character with a plot that keeps you on your toes.
The boat scene and the last Harvey dent bit
Mindblowing movie ever made
An ultimate classic, so weird and thought provoking it gives our nightmares days after.
Along with it's extremely graphic depictions of rape and nudity, there's little wonder why A Clockwork Orange is on this list.
Both this movie and Black Swan were inspired by "Perfect Blue". Seriously, Darren Aronofsky wouldn't have been this well-known if "Perfect Blue" hadn't existed.
Did you guys know this movie was inspired by another movie named "Perfect Blue"?
Nasty - Just real nasty
This movie beats them all trust me. This is the most horrific soul-rips movie of all time. If you can't watch A Clockwork Orange because the rape happens in it. You definitely need to stay away from this movie and not even do a search about it.
This is not intense this is super intense
This movie deserves it's own countdown for disturbing moments.
Danny Boyle's 1996 kinetic adaptation of Irvine Welsh's book about Scottish drug addicts is filled with intense moments, starting with the joyous anarchy of its opening sequence in which junkies flee the filth to Iggy Pop's "Lust For Life. " But the bit that's close to unwatchable has anti-hero Renton withdrawing from heroin and hallucinating the reanimation of his dead mate's baby. Drugs?
One of if not the best horror/crime thrillers of all time!
I love this movie so much!
This movie kept me on the edge of my seat, even the second time around.
The best movie of stanley kubrick...GREAT
Psycho-Horror for Adults!
This is the only movie on this list I have seen!