10 Movies That Will Leave You Feeling Disgusted With Humanity

From gruesome violence to shocking depravity, cinema has the power to explore the darkest aspects of human nature in ways that can leave viewers feeling disgusted, disturbed, or even traumatized.

These 10 movies pushed the boundaries of what is acceptable. They delved into some of the most depraved and disturbing aspects of human behavior, leaving a lasting impact on the audience long after the credits have rolled.

Dogville (2003)

Set in a small town in America, the film depicts the residents' cruelty and apathy towards a stranger who seeks refuge in their community, highlighting the dark side of human nature.

Happiness (1998)

This was one of the most commonly mentioned films that meets the standard of being dreadfully disturbing. Happiness is a dark comedy that explores the lives of a dysfunctional family and their perverse desires.

Mother! (2017)

The film's shocking ending leaves a lasting impression on viewers, questioning the morality of humanity and the impact of blind faith.

Melancholia (2011)

As a planet threatens to collide with Earth, the characters grapple with their own mortality, ultimately revealing the bleakness and futility of human existence.

Spring Breakers (2012)

The film's depiction of excess and depravity is shocking and mesmerizing, leaving viewers feeling disgusted and complicit in the characters' actions.

A Serbian Film (2010)

One viewer leaves this haunting warning, “I must insist you abandon this foolish crusade before attempting to watch this one. If you follow through, you'll find what you're seeking in the worst way.”

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