Most disgusting scene you've ever seen - in the sense of physical revulsion

I have watched a hell of a lot of movies and shows in my life, many of them containing really gross and gory scenes. But by far, the most disgusting scene I can think of, to the point of really, truly making me feel physically nauseous - was the egg-eating scene in Cool Hand Luke.

What is yours?

I don’t want people to post a list of multiple scenes, I want them to try to pick the single most revolting.

The Serbian movie.
Don’t.:eek:

Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom. The sex scenes (even the gay sex scenes) were actually pretty tame. The torture scenes were more comical than horrific. But the coprophagia scenes were disgusting.

The first one that comes to mind is the rape scene in Monster. The film was well done, but never again.

I almost ran out of the room when the documentary Dear Zachary began to reveal that:

The mother killed herself and Zachary by jumping into water and drowning themselves. I still get angry thinking about it and it has been years.

Un Chien Andalou

The rat scene in Threads.

2 girls, 1 cup. Yeccch! :smack:

THREADS!!! The best movie about nuclear war ever! Glad to see there’s another “fan” of it here, insomuch as one could be a fan of something so bleak.

The final scene of Pink Flamingos where Divine eats dog shit.

jar squatter. Not sure about the spelling or format. Some perv posted it here. I think we disappeared it.

It’s really hard for me to see the Mini Coopers getting pushed over the cliff in The Italian Job.

I don’t recall any Mini Coopers getting pushed over cliffs in either version. Possibly you mean the Lamborghini Miura P400 in the opening sequence of the 1967 version?

It is indeed a painful scene to watch.

Mr Creosote. I just can’t watch that.

I heard an interview NPR with Divine talking about this scene. I got the dry heaves simply by hearing the sentence “so I ate the dog shit.” I have a strong stomach, but zero tolerance for coprophagia.

Had to think about this one. Most gross or gory scenes in movies are ultimately too fake for me to suspend my disbelief. But there is one scene I remembered that was not fake.

At around the 1:30 mark, "a special effects accident caused actress Jean Seberg actually to catch fire in the scene where Joan of Arc is burned. (She [Seberg] sustained only very minor injuries.) "

That it looks worse than it apparently was in no way removes the horror of it. That director Otto Preminger left it in the film gives it an extra edge of distastefulness.

I have to go with Divine, because I think I could eat 50 eggs if I had to.

That was the least outrageous thing in the movie! :stuck_out_tongue:

For me, it was “Pulp Fiction” from start to finish. 20-plus years later, I still can’t believe I sat through that.

Bill Paxton eating Judd Nelson’s leftover chicken in “The Dark Backward”.

Thread winner right here.