Originally posted by nerdlingus:
Is that the Documntary type film on DVD? Cos that whole disk is pretty ruff
A scene that truly disturbs me to this day (and I aint seen it for abit - but will have it on DVD soon) is in a another documentary about real life executions, the scene at the end where some bloke is blindfolded, layed on the ground then shot in the chest and face with a kalashnikov, that still makes my stomach ache, especially when he jaw kinda explodes and he is very clearly still breathing.
Holy crap - You've seen that too? I thought I was the only one.
I saw it about a year ago, it still haunts me. Yes, the last scene was very disturbing - I was squirming in my chair. Also, the scene where the chick is being mauled by the crowd -
The store where I rented it (I dont know why now), threw it away after a customer complained about it being on the shelf. I know its a rather disgusting way of showing how much punishment is wrong - but it shouldnt be taken off the shelf.
Originally posted by edeltraut:
That scene in Beetlejuice near the end where the family holds a seance used to disturb me. It was the part where the ghosts start aging, crumbling, and then the guy's jaw falls off. Looking back on it now, it's so silly, but I couldn't stand to watch it when I was a kid.
The scene where the couple is deforming their faces really got to me as a kid. I didnt really get the whole story, better yet - the whole subtext to 'Beetlejuice'
. Its just one of those films I dont like, but able to sit down & watch it through.