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    Question FIlm you have seen with the most violence/killing

    Saw commando again the other night on SLY, Arnie single handedly takes out an Island,

    He must kill the whole bloody army.
    Its sensless and well over the top, but i could watch it over and over again

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    The most violence (IMO) has to be Braindead...
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    Have to agree with Gunner, Braindead is definately the movie with the most killing I've seen. It just gets totally crazy at the end, especially the lawnmower bit

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    lmao, yeah Braindead is probably the goriest film of all time, tis funny when the 2 zombies are sh@gging in the basement!

    Dont think it has more killing than commando tho, think i read somewhere it is the film with the most onscreen kills of all time... anyone like to confirm!?

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    Think I heard that too, not sure though. Sounds like one of those facts that would stick in your mind

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    at its time red dawn was entered into the Guinness Book of Records as having the most acts of violence of any film up to that time. and that was a year before commando

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    Just found this....
    The most violent film studied, WWII drama "Saving Private Ryan," accounted for 30 per cent of all the serious incidents noted in the study of movies. Of the films 275 violent acts, almost all were serious (262). However, it should be noted that the film's emphasis was on accurately depicting the atrocities of war.

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    I remember watching braindead a couple of months ago, couldn't stop laughing

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    You shouldn't judge by body count alone. Doberman is by far the most violent film I have ever seen. It's much better than the garbage dished out by Hollywood.

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    Totally agree Dobermann is extremely violent....

    also check out
    Dog Soldiers
    Battle Royale

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    or another jap film john woo's
    HARD BOILED

    check that out!!!!

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    For sheer violence you will be pressed to find a more horrific scene than in American History X - not graphic as it leaves alot to the imagination, but it makes you cringe.
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    New York Ripper has some of the goriest violence I have ever seen. Nipple and eyeball sliceing ect..

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre aint been mentioned yet
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    Battle Royale is nuts ,well worth the money i think
    great film

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    American Hostory X with the guy's face on the pavement (and the crunch sound) is probably one of the only moments in a film that I got a judder (you know, like in the advert) ....

    Braindead is a funny film, but i'd say it's probably the most sickest film out, rather than most violent .....

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    american psycho aint too pleasant,and the books even worse.

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    has to be Story of Ricky..... every 10 minutes some really cool (!) happens... i wont spoil it.. but you wont be disappointed (if you liked braindead)...

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    gotta be Faces of Death (any in the series)

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    Anyone seen "Man Bites Dog".

    That is pretty disturbing, not too many people die, but it is pretty realistic. (Slightly off-topic though! )
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