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We have all seen that one movie where nothing is left to the imagination. Blood and guts fly, enemies are sliced into ribbons, and the lead antihero gets soaked in blood.
I've seen quite a few of these movies, but the most violent one I have yet seen is:

Kill Bill vol. 1
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The film was done magnificently, but it was so darn gory. I didn't much care for all of the violence against women either.
Well, what's the most violent film you've yet seen?

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R2D21999
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The only one I can think of is Holloween, you know, the ones with Mike Myers.

Yeah I need to go out and see more movies.

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The Saw series is pretty violent, but nothing comes close to Japanese horror flicks. I've seen a few, and I won't go into detail, but one in particular involved screws, amateur surgery and a resulting sex change.

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Starship Troopers was probably the goriest movie I've seen.

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Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead

but its really low budget

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nothing comes close to Japanese horror flicks.


Battle Royale, aka "Japanese Hunger Games." Except the games only last 3 days. And people start off with weapons. And they're all Japanese teenagers who don't realize they have to kill each other until the game has already started and the exploding collars are around their necks.

And many, many more bullets. Bullets everywhere.

Some profanity (unfortunately), but it was actually pretty good, although the goodness is coated in a LOT of blood. The whole movie is on Youtube.

Here's a good comparison: the Hunger Games starts with everyone on a platform. The Battle Royale starts with this.
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Also, I've never watched KIll Bill (seen a few fight scenes, but never the whole movie because it has a considerable amount of profanity), but it did have one of the greatest action soundtracks of all time: Battle Without Honor or Humanity.

If I could have a superpower, it would be that this song played every time I approached a door that explodes off of its hinges.

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Starship Troopers was probably the goriest movie I've seen.

That movie isn't very gory at all, it's pretty mild. I did however, enjoy the several hot nude scenes.
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Ju-On, Japanese version, with the blood, half mauled faces, dying screams, and hangings with blue tongues.

Not going to watch it, but Cannibal Holocaust has to be up there; they thought it was a snuff film.

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I saw a bunch of violent movies but i dont remember their names but i have played a lot of gory games like Mortal Kombat 9 or Dead Space 2

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I guess I was thinking for of violent action movies and less of horror movies. I don't mind if you talk about horror movies, but I don't waste my TV time watching slasher/mutilation crap. I never saw the Halloween, Saw, Chuckie, and TCM movies. I did however, like the 2010 movie The Wolfman with Anthony Hopkins. Also, I really need to see The Silence Of The Lambs sometime soon to. This will complete my movie history quest.

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Nobody mentioned A Serbian Film? I'll never get those images out of my head...

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What was it called?

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[quote] What was it called [quote]

A Serbian Film

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Oh, ok. A Serbian Film was the title of the movie. Got it

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Actually I did remember seeing The Mist one time.

This scene was gross.

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