10. Faces of Death (1971)A pseudo-documentary horror film that has been frightening the public for years, despite being banned in 46 countries.
It contained scenes of a “bloody” dogfight, a brutal execution of an electric chair, American tourists crowding into the brains of a living monkey, a boy swallowed by a crocodile, the satanic cannibal party, camping because it was crazy Feed the sandwich and it will be the real lunch. The audience was confused, whether on stage or real.about11.
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A mechanical orange (1971)Technically not a horror movie, but was banned by censors that represent anarchic and antisocial acts of violence. Stanley Kubrick dissects the essence of violence in this ironic darkness and close to the future with violence, mass weights, gang rapes and unspoken sexually explicit scenes.about12. Land of the Dead (2005)A disturbing zombie film with a lot of cannibalism that shows bloodless people starving to eat human flesh during the famine in Ukraine in 1933, which the Ukrainian authorities did not like and was eventually banned. He had special effects that moved his stomach and made the audience shiver.
about13. Human centipede II (complete sequence) (2011)It was a horror movie in black and white on a mentally deranged one, which is obsessed with the movie The Human Centipede (first episode), kidnaps a group of people creating their own “human millipedes” to portray their perverse sexual fantasies. In the UK, many scenes were cut by censors and banned in Australia.about14. Absurd (1981)Of the 39 horror films banned in the United Kingdom in 1984, one of them was absurd because of their disturbing macabre scenes, with a split butcher’s head in the center with a band saw. He also had some religious nuances of a priest trying to kill a demon in human skin.about15.
Visiting hours (1982)This disturbing film shows a serial killer who hates women and wants to kill those feminists in particular. It was a routine Slasher, thanks to the performance of Michael Ironside as a lover threatens and was inspired by John Carpenter’s Halloween.