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Horror ‘more disturbing than A Serbian film’ is so messed up you can’t watch it in the UK

Horror ‘more disturbing than A Serbian film’ is so messed up you can’t watch it in the UK

The film is even more disturbing than A Serbian Film, which was banned in over 40 countries

When it comes to messed up films, there are incredibly few things that can top A Serbian Film.

Every year, you hear a new post on Reddit with someone claiming to have found something worse than A Serbian Film, and 99 percent of the time – it really isn’t all it claims to be.

In the case of this film though – it’s not only worse than A Serbian Film, but it’s so messed up that those of you in the UK literally cannot even watch it.

Check out the trailer here and be warned – it’s not for the light hearted:

The film in question is Found from 2012, and it not only can’t now be watched in the UK, but it was outright banned in Australia.

This was due to graphic depictions of sexual violence, with the film only eventually being released under their highest possible age rating after two full minutes of the movie were cut out.

In the UK, the film was only allowed to even be released when 98 seconds were cut.

Nowadays though, there is no legal way to watch the film in the UK, according to JustWatch.com.

The film is equal parts terrifying and gory. (XLRator Media)
The film is equal parts terrifying and gory. (XLRator Media)

Long story short, the film follows the journey of a young boy who discovers his older brother is a serial killer.

The account u/summerlungs put a post into the subreddit r/horror about the film, where they said: “Found 2012 - Maybe even more disturbing than A Serbian Film. Never thought I'd write those words. And yet, this movie is fantastic. Here's why.

“Unlike A Serbian Film, I think it's actually a good movie. It's shocking, but not merely for the sake of shock.

“There's nothing wrong with shock for shock's sake, but I've always been a bit miffed at Serbian Film's IMO bullsh*t deeper meaning posturing.

The film is full of gore so bad we can't even show you it. (XLrator Media)
The film is full of gore so bad we can't even show you it. (XLrator Media)

“The gore is...intense. I haven't seen this kind of thing outside of the French extreme horror cinema.

“This film manages to make gore shocking again.

“As for what makes the film shocking...firstly, there isn't a ton of gore, but the gore that IS shown in the film is gratuitous, graphic, and wonderfully tasteless. At the risk of repeating myself, the way the film introduces the gore is ingenious.

“Amazing. See this movie. I'm blown away. I've seen about forty horror films in the last two or three weeks, and this one beats them all.”

A hint at how messed up this film is that we've managed to sneak in for you. (XLrator Media)
A hint at how messed up this film is that we've managed to sneak in for you. (XLrator Media)

Horror focused website Bloody Disgusting had high praise for the film, saying: “The film’s glut of shock buttons will also linger on the brain long after watching.”

Based on a 2004 novel by Todd Rigney that is equally as f*cked up, they said that ‘Despite having limited resources, Scott Schirmer and his team did a commendable job of bringing Todd Rigney’s dark story to life.’

For all the sickos out there, I reckon we’ve found your newest watch.

Featured Image Credit: XLrator Media

Topics: Film, TV and Film

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