Most Disturbing Psychological Horror Hollywood Movies Ever

Most Disturbing Psychological Movies ever

Here is the list of best psychological Hollywood thriller, disturbing, horror movies ever that many people haven’t watched.

Ever since the dawn of your time, human has constantly been finding new ways of entertaining Themselves. Continuously re-defining the word called “fun”, and it seems that we always search for more and more. We always push ourselves to think in a different wat to bring pleasure and amusement through entertainment.

However, tragedy is probably the strongest among all sorts of entertainment and for a few reasons, humans have found many ways to not only entertain ourselves but also push ourselves to the extremes to experience fear. Why? Because fear gives us the adrenaline experience that reminds us we are humans and most importantly we are alive.

Here is the list of 5 most disturbing, Horror and thriller psycho movies that changed the cinematic entertainment.

Of course, if we have left out some of the movies that you think should be on the list, feel free to mention them in the comments.

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1. The Exorcist (1973)

Available to watch on: Amazon Prime

The Exorcist is a supernatural horror movie directed by William Friedkin. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by William Peter Blatty in 1971. The novel, inspired by the true events of the Roland Doe exorcism case of 1949.

The Movie is centered on a 12 years old girl, Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair), who possessed by evil and her mother, Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) tries to bring her daughter back with help of the priest

The most disturbing scene happens when an evil possessed child, Regan stabs her crotch with a metal crucifix. Then she starts screaming some insane horror and inhuman voice.

2. Audition (1999)

Available to watch on: Amazon Prime

Audition is a Japanese Psychological Horror drama. It is based on the novel of 1997 by Ryu Murakami of the same name. The Audition directed by Takashi  Miike.

The film screened at the 1999 Vancouver International Film Festival and released theatrically in Japan on March 3, 2000.

In Audion, Widower, Shigeharu Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi), Stages an audition to find a wife with the help of his friend on the suggestion of his sons.

The one he fancies the most is not who she appears to be after all.

The most disturbing scene in the movie features painful torture. During which long needles are being inserted into Shigeharu Aoyama’s eyes while he is being paralyzed.

3. Eraserhead (1977)

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Eraserhead is an American Body Horror movie. This is the first feature-length movie by a filmmaker David Lynch. The Movie produced with the help of the American Film Institute.

The Story centers on Henry Spencer (Jack  Nance), Who is taking care of his malfunctioned child in a remote industrial landscape.

Spencer experiences hallucinations and dreams about his child and lady in the Radiator.

The climax of the movie is disturbing when Henry cuts open the swaddling of his deformed baby only to find out the exposed organs inside and stabs the raw flesh.

Creator David Lynch successfully managed to make the best creepy sound for the movie by just adding all the things such as crying babies to hypnotic industrial sounds in the movie.

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4. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

Available to watch on: Amazon Prime

Henry: Portrait Of a Serial Killer is an American psychological crime thriller of 1986. The movie directed and co-written by John McNaughton. Henry: Portrait Of a Serial Killer movie tells the story of crimes of a serial killer who operates with impunity.

From the very beginning, we can predict where this film is going to take us. We can see a woman has been violently murdered in a field and her body lies on the ground. There are other horrific scenes of murder victims, bloodied bodies in the movie,

The violent scenes and numerous murders are shown throughout the movie Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.

5. Gerald’s Game (2017)

Available to watch on: Netflix

Gerald’s Game is an American psychological horror disturbing movie of 2017. Directed by Mike Flanagan and Screenplay by Flanagan with Jeff Howard. The movie is based on a novel of the same name by Stephen King of 1992.

Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood playing major characters in the movie. Both reached at isolated place for a holiday and when husband dies due to heart attack, Wife left handcuffed to the bed.

Soon she starts seeing hallucinating visions and hears scary voices. She must find a way out.

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