What films do you wish you HADN'T seen?

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rubbishbin Sun 28-Aug-16 01:02:24

I have to say, I wish I'd never watched The Shining (at a sleepover when I was 14). It scared the pants off me!

Anyone else?

Insidious.

Tiptoeeee through the windoooow....

<cowers>

whywonthedgehogssharethehedge Sun 28-Aug-16 01:17:42

White chicks. Utter shite.

Quietlygoingmad67 Sun 28-Aug-16 01:19:25

Black Swan - not great viewing with your mid teen daughter.

And some film with Russel Brand in - about Mrs Marshall. Utter crap

digestivemuncher Sun 28-Aug-16 01:19:25

Stephen Kings "IT"

(Terrified of clowns)

Safe to say I didn't sleep for a month after it and could not walk past a drain blush

SmallBee Sun 28-Aug-16 01:19:26

Jupiter Ascending. I'm never getting that time back.

IHaveBrilloHair Sun 28-Aug-16 01:19:28

Megan is missing.
Blair witch project

VanellopeVonSchweetz99 Sun 28-Aug-16 01:22:26

Horror fan here, just watched Eden Lake (2008) and kind of wish I hadn't. I'm pretty hardened, and although I found it rather brilliant (esp for a British film!) it is one of the bleakest and most brutal movies ever.

ErrolTheDragon Sun 28-Aug-16 01:22:56

Se7en.

AwwOlgaICannot Sun 28-Aug-16 01:23:00

The Snowtown Murders. A more bleak and utterly depressing film you could not hope to see. Turned it off part-way through. I still feel a sense of hopelessness when I think of it.

WannaBeDifferent Sun 28-Aug-16 01:24:03

The Candy Man - I didn't get to the end of it though - had to leave the cinema I was so scared.

AllThreeWays Sun 28-Aug-16 01:24:06

Nacho libre -utter shite.
Hostel - graphic scenes that can't be unseen.

RJnomore1 Sun 28-Aug-16 01:25:13

Magnolia
Vanilla sky

That awful time travel one with Leonardo do caprio and the coin.

SilentBob Sun 28-Aug-16 01:30:04

Sausage Party.

Behave, Seth Rogen, we're not all as high as we need to be/you think we are.

digestivemuncher Sun 28-Aug-16 01:34:03

Also mighty Jo Young & My Girl ... Cried like a baby when I first watched these and still do to this day blush

fuxxake Sun 28-Aug-16 01:39:19

I second Eden Lake, still feel disturbed several years later. And no one needs to see the graphic stuff in Hostel

WorryMcStressHead Sun 28-Aug-16 01:39:33

I agree Vanellope, I couldn't stop thinking about that film for days. I'm also a horror fan but that is an altogether different genre.

TroubleinDaFamily Sun 28-Aug-16 01:45:23

Mulholland Drive.

NovemberInDailyFailLand Sun 28-Aug-16 01:48:09

The Ring. Found it very upsetting.

RJnomore1 Sun 28-Aug-16 01:54:38

Mulholland drive is great.

I agree about the ring. I love horror films and I didn't sleep for nights after it.

It's the idea of pure evil.

squoosh Sun 28-Aug-16 01:56:14

Wolf Creek.

Just a really unpleasant film. I didn't watch it to the end.

OytheBumbler Sun 28-Aug-16 01:58:59

I used to love horror films until I saw The Ring.

It put me off horror for years. I'm only just getting over itshock

OytheBumbler Sun 28-Aug-16 02:04:04

When I say I'm just getting over it, I watched it 10 years ago!

I lost a whole genre of films due to that one film I caught by accident one night. sad

RJnomore1 Sun 28-Aug-16 02:08:23

I watched the ring before I moved to this house. I moved 9 years ago.

squoosh Sun 28-Aug-16 02:10:18

I saw an ad for a film called (I think) Lights Out. Still having palpitations about it.

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