26 Horror Fans On The Film That Left Them Feeling Uneasy Even After It Ended

4. The Descent

“This one is one of my all time favorites. I’ve always had a bit of a thing for underground worlds, been building a fantasy novel around it for years. I feel like this movie is criminally underrated, it was even unsettling before they encountered anything down there just by the claustrophobia of it. Even the personal issues between the characters felt interesting to me and the resolution of it was brutal, and usually those side stories just annoy me.” — Definitely_Working

5. Exorcism Of Emily Rose

“I don’t know why but there was some weird uneasiness after the movie. The worst part is that after watching it, I suddenly woke in the middle of the night and it was 3:00 AM, I was scared to death.” — OzzyVozzy

6. 8mm

“Someone brought that to a post prom movie party not really knowing much about it. We all watched it in horrified silence.” — keeperofcats

7. Martyrs

“Martyr’s is the quintessential ‘feel uneasy’ for days, if not weeks after watching it.

Yes it belongs in the ‘gore porn’ genre of horror but it’s well worth the watch because unlike the Saw sequels, Hostel, The Hills Have Eyes and any other entries in this genre, Martyr’s does well to give us a really strong story that has you questioning what actually happened at the end.

If you do want to see the movie make sure you get the French version as Hollywood did a remake about 2 years. Unfortunately I found this out the hard way when a friend bought me it [thinking it was the French version] as a gift to replace the copy I had lent out to a former coworker and never gotten back. The Hollywood version is a nearly shot for shot remake with a few details left out and a much more scaled down ‘fucked up’ factor.” — egnards

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