15 Hollywood Movies So Disturbing, They’ll Fuck Up Your Weekend


8. We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011)

Director: Lynne Ramsay

Holy shit! This movie gave me the chills. The phenomenal cast’s performances are hauntingly real, leaving you transfixed with the gradual unveiling of a truly chilling end.

9. Mr Nobody (2009)

Director: Jaco Van Dormael

The film revolves around the last remaining mortal human on Earth, played by the brilliant Jared Leto. We see the movie through his eyes, exploring his past experiences and multiple realities at every step. Mind boggling, I tell you. Also, the soundtrack is too beautiful for words.

10. Naked Lunch (1991)

Director: David Cronenberg

I don’t even know how to explain this. I can tell you there are bugs and alien creatures involved. Discover more by witnessing this very niche product of imagination.


11. Enter The Void (2009)

Director: Gaspar Noé

Come on board for a psychedelic party like no other. This trippy, vivid movie is ready to show you life after death, as seen by an American drug dealer living in Tokyo after he is killed in a police encounter.


12. The Fountain (2006)

Director: Darren Aronofsky

Hugh Jackman takes us to places unknown in this science fiction. Explore the themes of mortality, love and the nature of human life in this spiritual fantasy. It might be slow, but totally worth watching.


13. Waking Life (2001)

Director: Richard Linklater

This revolutionary animated feature will unleash a series of ideas and philosophies upon you. Quite a fresh lease of life, honestly. Here is your opportunity to explore the questions that have always raided your mind. This movie questions our very existence in the most rewarding possible way.


14. Primer (2004)

Director: Shane Carruth

An independent drama written, directed, produced, edited and scored by the acclaimed Shane Carruth, Primer opens the portal of time travel and teleportation for us. It all seems very real, almost eerily so. It won the grand jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival.


15. Vanilla Sky (2001)

Director: Cameron Crowe

Tom Cruise slips into an extremely intense and emotionally stirring character in this film. This psychological thriller doesn’t fail to impress with unexpected twists and turns, leaving you wanting more. He really does delve deep into the unending human conscience, making it a journey to remember.

Don’t wait. Just pick one and start already!