Here is a list of ten shocking films currently on Netflix. Have a look if you dare.


A vicious man (Lee Jung-Jin) works for a loan shark as an enforcer. When customers are unable to pay for their outrageous interest payments the man forces these borrowers to gimp their own bodies to collect insurance money. A woman (Jo Min-Su) then appears in front of the man and gets down on her knees. She tells the man that she is her mother and begs for forgiveness. The vicious man was given up for adoption as soon as he was born. The man quickly dismisses the woman as crazy, but her persistence soon cracks through the man’s hardened outer shell. Can the mother and son find happiness at last?

Moviehooker’s Thoughts
Not very often that I’d watch a movie and have to look away from the screen (you’ll know the scene). A very vicious but brilliantly written & acted drama.

Do approach with caution as some of the scenes are very graphic, taking a special kind of viewer to enjoy this.



Three hooded Eastern-European criminals burst into a home in a Madrid gated community, holding the family hostage in its own home, and forcing the father to empty his credit cards.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts
If you’re into Home Invasion movies then chances are you like your movies quite disturbing and unsettling,

Kidnapped was a great Home Invasion movie with a simple plot. Guys break into a house and take a family hostage, and so begins a horrible night of torture for the family involved.

The film was clever, well-written, very realistic and equally sadistic. It didn’t quite follow the usual path and had a very unexpected ending, which in my opinion separated this film from the rest of the home invasion movies and it sits comfortably on the top of my pile of faves.



When his pregnant fiancée becomes the latest victim of a serial killer, a secret agent blurs the lines between good and evil in his pursuit of revenge.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts
I’m sure everyone has seen this by now as it’s got a huge following with an American remake set for 2014/15 (surprise surprise).

Starring Choi-Min-Sik from Oldboy and New World as the perfectly cast serial killer. The man is just fantastic in everything I’ve seen him in, and for someone who is actually a Buddhist, he sure does pick some dark and delicious roles

An American remake is on the cards from You’re Next and The Guest directors Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard




A HIV-positive woman’s quest to infect as many men as possible has gruesome consequences after she attracts the attention of a psychotic former Army interrogator and an emotionally fragile young man caring for his ailing mother.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts

A truly unsettling film, but in my eyes it was quite a masterpiece. I was a fan of the director and writer of this movie as his previous film The Living And The Dead shocked me to the core. I had no doubt in my mind that this one would’ve done the same…..and it was, only on a completely different level.

The guy who plays the army vet (Noah Taylor) deserves a special mention. The man was just fantastic. He gave a riveting yet very unsettling performance. As did the rest of the cast but Mr Taylor plays a very convincing psychopath




A series of brutal murders puts the lives of three men on a collision course: The father of the latest victim now out for revenge, a vigilante police detective operating outside the boundaries of law, and the main suspect in the killings – a religious studies teacher arrested and released due to a police blunder.


One of my favourite films of last year. It’s great to see Israel start to make their mark in the horror genre. The film itself isn’t the biggest budgeted movie of all time, but there is a solid and very believable storyline, with a great script, great direction and top performances from all members of the cast.



As he helps a young artist with her upcoming exhibition, the owner of a mannequin shop’s deadly, suppressed desires come to the surface.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts
I really don’t think the above synopsis is accurate. In fact, that synopsis is shite and misleading….maybe something along these lines?

A guy walks around LA meeting beautiful ladies, violently removes their scalps and uses the scalps as realistic hairpieces on mannequin dolls he keeps in his house like the demented freak he is.

Top performance from Elijah Wood. He plays the creepy serial killer extremely well. The style of filming was very unusual and unique. The camera was attached to Elijah Wood in almost every scene of the film. It gave a unique and nice POV-style film which resulted in a brand new way to get under your skin. You become the serial killer in the movie.

You throw in some dirty 80’s themed synthesisers for the soundtrack, and you’ve got one hell of a disturbing and frightening watch.




A bitter and abusive debt collector finds some relief when he meets a high school girl.

Moviehooker’s thought’s
I sat down with my girlfriend to watch this. The film opens with a man beating a woman in the middle of a street (my girlfriend immediately gave me the evil eye). Then out of nowhere the main character shows up and starts beating the guy who was beating the woman. Then when you think the main character is going to help the lady who was getting smacked about –  he kneels down beside her and starts slapping her across the face, saying stuff like “why do you just sit there and take it, you fucking cunt!”. At this point myself and the girlfriend reached an agreement, she would go on the iPad and I would continue watching.

If you’re no stranger to Korean cinema and you’ve watched some of the classics like Mother, Bad Guy, then I’m pretty sure you’d enjoy this one. It’s an uneasy watch and when I say there is a lot of domestic violence in it, then I ain’t kidding – that concept alone makes it very hard to watch. The acting has to be mentioned purely for the leading actor. The man deserved an Oscar for the performance he gave.

It’s an uneasy watch. When I say there is a lot of domestic violence in it, then I ain’t kidding – that alone makes it very hard to watch. The acting has to be mentioned purely for the leading actor. The man deserved an Oscar for the performance he gave.

The story goes in an obvious direction, but it’s how it gets there is uncertain, and that’s what makes this film a masterpiece.



When Syamoto’s teenage daughter is caught stealing, a generous middle-aged man helps to resolve the situation. The man and his wife offer to have Syamoto’s troublesome daughter work at their fish store. Syamoto soon discovers the horrific truth of the seemingly perfect couple.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts
This film is just crazy, full of energy, and violence with a nice blend of humour.
Don’t really want to say much more about it without giving away too much of the storyline. Just check it out 😉

Based on a true story



As sadomasochistic yakuza enforcer Kakihara searches for his missing boss he comes across Ichi, a repressed and psychotic killer who may be able to inflict levels of pain that Kakihara has only dreamed of.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts

The film takes violence to a whole new level. To this day the film is still one of the most shocking and disturbing flicks I’ve ever seen. And although I haven’t watched this flick in a long time, some of the scenes are still as fresh in my mind as the first day I saw them.




A widower takes an offer to screen girls at a special audition, arranged for him by a friend to find him a new wife. The one he fancies is not who she appears to be after all.

Moviehooker’s Thoughts

Another great and very unsettling film from the guy who pretty much dominates Japan with the most fucked up movies around. (ICHI The Killer, Visitor Q, Gozu). Quite an old film but again this film will stick with you for years after watching it. Another one for people who like their stuff dark, filthy and extremely gruesome.

Shocking films on Netflix

Thanks for reading.


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