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10 traumatic movies that marked the 21st century (and where to watch them)

10 traumatic movies that marked the 21st century (and where to watch them)
10 traumatic movies that marked the 21st century (and where to watch them)

Yes, there are those who seek to see traumatic and disturbing movies possible, and it is not a subject of madness, but they are films that give us catharsis, let us escape from reality and problems, and lead us to have a powerful emotional discharge.

In the past, directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Dario Argento and Wes Careven They were able to test people’s ability to tolerate fear and tension in the cinema, their films became great icons of cult horror, and also marked a whole generation of directors who, today, create films that leave many wanting to flee.

Ari Aster, for example, he has made a name for himself in the industry with disturbing films that put new and interesting twists on classic horror. We also have Robert Eggers with his atmospheric and mysterious films, or to Ti Westwho even managed to scare Martin Scorsese with a film called Pearl, by the hand of the actress Mia Goth, one of the new muses of terror.

What happens is that the disturbing movies there is something about them that, despite being extreme, disturbing and even uncomfortable, it is impossible to stop watching them, and the 21st century has already presented some very interesting gems.

10 traumatic movies that marked the 21st century (and where to watch them)

Hereditary – HBO Max

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Directed by the great Ari Aster, this is a story of family secrets, loss, grief, and complicated relationships. The story focuses on a family that has just been through a tragedy (they lose their daughter in a terrible and graphic accident), and that leads them to realize that they are part of a mysterious demonic ritual connected with the grandmother, and with a demon who was promised a human sacrifice.

I Saw the Devil – On Demand

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