How do you classify what’s dangerous? Obviously, “dangerous” here doesn’t mean that these movies are going to hurt you physically. But what if a film psychologically “hurts” you? A film that leaves such a lasting impression on your mind that you can’t sleep or function right for a couple of days. Some of you might say that is impossible for a film to have such psychological impact. To which, I would say: “You haven’t watched the films on this list”. I remember watching ‘Funny Games’ and despite not particularly liking it, I couldn’t brush the film off my mind. It was difficult to not think what if the incidents in the film happened to me.
Hopefully I was able to make the meaning of “dangerous” clear in this article’s context. Here is the list of 20 most dangerous movies ever made.
20. Enter the Void (2009)
A Gasper Noe’s flick, ‘Enter the Void’ is a first person’s rendering of the delusions and nightmares mostly faced by Oscar, a drug dealer who lives in Tokyo with his younger sister Linda. The video-game kind of setting, fantasies, glowy and flashy colours, voyeurism on people having sex with fluorescent genitals, and bodily fluids, makes ‘Enter the Void’ a dangerous watch.