Top 10 Ridiculously Extreme Movies

With high competition and developing media technology; 2010 would be the tough year for horror movies to compete in the gallery. Here is the top 10 ridiculously extreme movies, starting from #10.

#10 High Tension

Two college friends, Marie and Alexa, encounter loads of trouble (and blood) while on vacation at Alexa’s parents’ country home when a mysterious killer invades their quiet getaway.

Directed by Alexandre Aja
Produced by Alexandre Arcady
Robert Benmussa
Written by Alexandre Aja
Grégory Levasseur
Starring Cécile de France
Maïwenn Le Besco
Philippe Nahon
Music by Francois-Eudes Chanfrault
Cinematography Maxime Alexandre
Editing by Baxter
Distributed by Lions Gate Films
Release date(s) June 18, 2003
Running time 91 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget €2,200,000
Gross revenue $6,291,958

#9 A Clockwork Orange

In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society’s crime problem… but not all goes to plan.

A Clockwork Orange is in fact a 1962 dystopian novella by Anthony Burgess. Written from the perspective of a seemingly unapologetic protagonist, the novel also contains an experiment in language: Burgess creates teenage slang of the not-too-distant future.

Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Produced by Stanley Kubrick
Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick
Based on A Clockwork Orange by
Anthony Burgess
Starring Malcolm McDowell
Godfrey Quigley
Anthony Sharp
Patrick Magee
Warren Clarke
Cinematography John Alcott
Editing by Bill Butler
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) December 19, 1971 (US)
January 13, 1972 (UK)
Running time 137 minutes
Language English
Budget $2.2 million
Gross revenue $26,589,355

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23 Responses to “Top 10 Ridiculously Extreme Movies”

  1. Caio says:

    300? Really?
    Where’s Salò? Last House on the Left?

  2. Eithan says:

    Really excited that this movie finally come out October 1st on VOD called Scar! It’s in 3D!! Looks insane! Wonder how much blood they spilled on the set… lol

  3. Caio says:

    not that good, i would watch the 2D version… lots of blood, bad bad acting

  4. Dante says:

    I could disagree more with 300 and even Kill Bill. Kill Bill is bloody, but not as violent as one would believe. It’s so way over the top, that it really doesn’t even sink in as violent. 300 was just…not that bad. Judging from the rest of the list, you believe violence to be a combonation of gore and acts of violence. Yes, there are loads of killings, but they really toned down the violence in terms of the graphic nature it could have been. Replace it with one of the (ridiculous) movies like Saw or something in that line then I’ll bite. The rest is spot-on.

  5. Soroh says:

    I cannot believe you didn’t mention MARTYRS in this article. That is one of the most disgusting, and disturbing movies everrrr made…period.

  6. Evan says:

    A day of violence

  7. Nagwind says:

    What about ” Man bites dog” ?!!! “Clockwork orange” is a Mickey mouse compared to that film… ;-((
    Also: Africa adieu? Documentary but regardless – Truly nasty man!!! That film should be number two. I just saw that Google is even “banning” me to find it now!!! >>:-(

  8. owen says:

    august underground series should be first by miles. Those are Disney movies compared to most pf these

    • nutstomper says:

      Yeah man, even I won’t watch the August Underground flicks. I heard Snuff 102 and Serbian Film were also pretty insane. You won’t find the most violent films in mainstream media. 300? Passion of the Christ? Give me a break.

  9. Crissy says:

    Kill Bill ?
    Relly guys ? I saw Kill Bill wen I was 7 ( Im 11 ) , that’s my favorite movie . And I’m girl .

  10. Vivek says:

    There’s nothing more bloody than the first fifteen minutes of Saving Private Ryan, mostly because it depicts reality not some gore lover’s fantasy.

  11. Strahd says:

    Another one missing is the Guinea Pig series, most notably the infamous second part, which is so realistic that some people mistook it for a snuff movie.

  12. Eduardo says:

    I’m suprised ninja assassin was not in this list. The first 5 minutes of it were the most violent minutes I have experienced in my life so far.

  13. Irreversible?
    Seriously, you don’t consider a graphic 9 minute rape scene to be violent?
    Followed by the female getting savagely kicked.
    And that was after a 25 minute rampage of rage with an ultralow bass, designed to make you nauseous, that culminated in someone getting their head caved in.
    Now that’s violent.

  14. Jazzmo says:

    Violence must be in the eye of the beholder, and in this case, our media’s controller’s eye. To them, Mexicans getting mowed represents the antithesis to the illegals pouring into America everyday destroying America, our culture and middle class jobs, which is just what the controllers want, and that is another slave third world country. There are much more violent movies than this.

  15. usasoldiern says:

    I can’t take this list seriously when a)300 is on this list, in which the writer seems completely convinced that people are dumb enough to believe that the people represented in the film are actually like that. And, b)obviously quick to consider well regarded, yet violent films like The Wild Bunch as apparently blindly violent.

  16. 101 says:

    Rambo(4) is the most violent American move ever made. The scene where the village gets attacked was incredibly difficult to watch on the big screen.

  17. aersixb9 says:

    Some incredibly violent movies not on the list include saving private ryan, blackhawk down, rambo 4, kick ass, and probably some others. Also if you’re looking for torture instead of action/body count, there’s saw, surprised the saw series didn’t get mentioned, and also if you like your action ‘reality’ based there’s jackass (action stunts and some punching/slapping, nobody dies) and youtube war footage.

  18. mimi says:

    I think that Haneke’s ‘Funny Games’(first, original version in German) should be on that list.

  19. david says:

    What. What. What. Do you even know what violence is. “Irreverisible” & “Dead Alive” most of the violence in ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is off screen, as well as people who said ‘Funny Games’ just because a film is intense doesn’t make it violent, you have to show the blood. C’mon. You’re not even trying you’re only picking what’s popular, do you even watch violent movies. The 300 is a film a 12 year old bitch kid would pick. Rent “Irreversible” & “Dead Alive”/ Hell evil dead is more violent than most all of this. What a copout.

  20. nicoal says:

    List needs more research, could have replaced quite a few with some seriously messed up flicks. I agree Martyrs should have been here, at least.

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