13 scary movies to watch on the best IPTV streaming

13 scary movies to watch on the best IPTV streaming

You don't want to see these again - probably

We at Rockvision2020 lists the 13 most unpleasant horror movies for all you horror fans out there. Such an abomination to list must of course follow the cursed unlucky number 13.

There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who love horror - and bores. Now we look at movie top to satisfy the needs of our most morbid readers with a list of the most unpleasant horror movies! For most people, they are even so unpleasant that they would never want to see them again!

The 13 Most Unpleasant Horror Movies of All Time

Antichrist (2009)

A grieving couple isolates themselves in a cabin in the woods to overcome their problems, but nature has a different plan for them.

This film by Lars von Trier starring Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, The Lighthouse) and Charlotte Gainsbourg (Melancholia, Nymphomaniac) is bizarre, even grotesque, but also beautiful - for those willing to look past the repulsive the aspects then.

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Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

During a rescue mission in the Amazon rainforest, a professor finds a roll of film belonging to a missing documentary crew. Guess what it contains? Yep, cannibalism, of course. But also a terrifying account of the cynical cruelty of the sensation media. Who are the real monsters?

This Italian cannibal film has gone down in history as one of the most brutal and infamous films ever. In 2006, it was ranked number 20 in Entertainment Weekly's list of the most controversial films in history.

Top 20 Most controversial film in history 

Top 20 Most controversial film in history 

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The Shining (1980)

A family goes to an isolated hotel over the winter to check it out during the off-season, but an evil presence drives the father to madness - the violent kind.

This Stanley Kubrick classic starring Jack Nicholson (The Cuckoo's Nest, Chinatown) and Shelley Duvall (Annie Hall) is based on Stephen King's book of the same name.

If you haven't seen it - watch it, and if you have seen it - watch it again, if you dare!

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The Ring (2002)

A journalist investigates a mysterious (and extremely unpleasant) cassette tape that kills everyone who watches it - after seven days.

This horror movie starring Naomi Watts (Mulholland Drive, King Kong) and Brian Cox (Succession, Adaptation) promises total sweat!

Funny Games (1997/2007)

Two young, eloquent psychopaths terrorize a family on vacation, forcing them to perform sadistic acts on each other. Has been filmed twice by the same director – Michael Haneke.

In the new version, we see Tim Roth (The Hateful Eight, Pulp Fiction) in the role of the father in the family. He has said that the making of the film traumatized him and that he will never see it, don't be like him!

Paranormal Activity (2007)

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A couple moves into a new home, but when they begin to be tormented at night by an unknown presence, they decide to install surveillance cameras throughout the house.

When Paranormal Activity first hit theaters, it wasn't uncommon for people to leave the theater, which is usually a pretty bad sign, but in this case it was because many simply couldn't handle the intensity.

If you can't get enough, there are also several movies to follow up with!

Saw (2004)

Two strangers wake up chained in a room. They have no memory of how they got there, but soon realize they are pawns in a deadly game orchestrated by a serial killer.

In total, there are nine Saw movies, some better than others (if for some reason you were to have the most morbid movie marathon in the history of the world).

Go and See... (1985)

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When a young boy finds an old rifle, he decides to join the Soviet resistance movement and experiences the absolute terror of World War II.

Go and See is not a straight horror film, it is primarily a war film, but it has been described as a cinematic nightmare and the most terrifying film you will ever see.