5 Disturbing Horror Movies That Were Banned

5 Disturbing Horror Movies That Were Banned

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We all know the motives, features, and characters
of horror movies, they are out there to scare us and make us feel creepy. Though, horror movies plots are quite simple
and predictable, yet, they impress the audience with their special effects and tense atmosphere. People want to experience their inside fear
and take horror movies as a challenge. Horror is a kind of an art, which plays with
people’s emotions and this same art gets so disturbing, that they get banned from viewing. These banned horror movies consisted of some
very gory, bizarre, terrifying and controversial scenes. Most of them have never been released and
some appeared after many years, with a lot of those disturbing scenes edited. 5. I Spit on Your Grave (1978) This was not one of those horror movies, with
zombies feeding on humans, but a rape and revenge drama, which contained a 30-minute
gang rape scene. Considered as one of the worst movies ever
made, that got banned in Ireland, 7 years in Australia and was available only in a few
Canadian territories. 4. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) This movie was instantly banned in UK, Brazil,
Australia, West Germany, Chile, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Singapore, and Sweden, due to its
extremely violent content. But this movie is credited for being influential
in giving birth to a number of genre tropes. 3. The Evil Dead (1981) A very low budget film which went on to make
a lot of bucks, though, it was a nightmare for the cast and crew. This movie was critically acclaimed but got
banned in Germany, Iceland, Finland, Ukraine, Singapore, and many other countries and was
one of the first films regarded as a video nasty in the UK. 2. The Last House on the Left (1972) This was the master of horror movies, Wes
Craven’s directorial debut, which was violent and disturbing, resulting in getting banned
all over the world for years. There was a huge argument over this highly
controversial film, that stormed for years, especially in the UK, as to what scenes should
be deleted. 1. Cannibal Holocaust (1980) One of the most infamous films, that got banned
in over 50 countries, as it revolved around arson, rape, murder, violence, and cannibalism. Barely 10 days after the movies release the
director Ruggero Deodorato was charged with several counts of murder, forcing him to admit
the film was staged and not snuffed. During the filming, many animals were killed,
including a monkey and a big turtle.

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