What movie scene caused you to actually turn away and not watch the scene....??

@djdeep81 (1061)
May 2, 2007 5:11pm CST
because it was too scary, gross, graphic or something else?? I remember a scene in 'Alien' where the nerdy guy had one in his stomach and the Alien was hatching. I actually had to turn my head away from the screen. It was gross. How about you?
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• United States
3 May 07
Id also have to say "saw". however i only watched the first one and 5 minutes of the second one. so i'll tell you the scene and maybe you'll know which one i'm talking about because i don't remember. It was that massive head device, where if the person failed to get a key inside someones stomach it would rip their head open. I couldn't bring myself to watch the digging. i'm not usually such a wuss but that was just gross.
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@II2aTee (2560)
• United States
3 May 07
After 3 attempts I finally made it past the first 5 mins of Saw 2. The scene was alot like the one your talking about, except it was reveresed. Instead of ripping the person head apart, he had a venus fly trap thing that clamps down over his head because he wasnt able to dig the key out of his own eye in time to stop it. I was eating pizza the first time I watched it. It wasnt pretty. Hostel was Mild though... kinda dissapointing. I like blood, gore, screaming and torture. I have yet to find a horror movie that really makes me squirm, and ALL the new horror movies out are just plain lame.
@amydawn11 (906)
• Canada
2 May 07
Texas Chainsaw Masacure, Hostel, Wrong Turn, I had to turn my head through most of thses movies. I don't like watching horror movies anymore, I go to bed dreaming about them. I watched most of those with my sister, she had to bug me for quite a while. So i don't see my self ever renting the Chainsaw movie that just came out not too long ago. I think i'll just pass on that one..lol
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• Canada
2 May 07
I am gonna add saw 3 too, I wasen't expecting all that, the other 2 were good but the last one was really gorry. Also that one movie by Rob Zombie, a thousound corpses or something, yuck, I will never watch that again. So gross! I guess it's not so mush the scarry parts but the gross parts that get to me, just to think that some of those things have actually happened to people, it really bothers me. Everytime I hear that song sweet home alabama which I used to like, i automatically see parts from chainsaw masacre in my head!
@lmccom10 (76)
• Australia
4 May 07
The Trainspotting scene with the baby crawling on the ceiling, I cannot watch that part to save the life of me.
• Romania
12 Sep 07
that scene is pretty scary but the film is superb ..:D
@Zalvor (728)
• Turkey
3 May 07
I can accept most things on the screen, but a movie will immediately get a negative mark from me when I see animal abuse. I'm very touchy about this subject. I think about how they filmed it, and if the animals actually got hurt. Even if they didn't, it still disturbs me psychologically deeply and I may stop watching the movie.
@Bionicman (3967)
• Czech Republic
3 May 07
same here
@racheld (840)
• United States
3 May 07
There have been a few movies that have made me turn my head away because I didn't want to see what was going to happen next. For example, SAW 3, I turned away numerous times because I was sure something was going to happent that was disgusting, and I was right! I turned away a few times in SAW 2 and SAW 1, but I'm afraid if I turn away, I might miss something very important to the movie.
• Malaysia
3 May 07
some of the scenes in house of wax was kinda gross...
@inked4life (4227)
• United States
2 May 07
I am a huge fan of horror movies but have yet to see a scene that I had to turn away. There are a few that have been hard to watch but I was still able to. The torture scene in The Masters Of Horror episode called "Imprint" (which was actually banned in the US) was pretty hard to take and is probably the worst one that I can think of offhand