4 Torture Scenes In Movies That Are Guarateed To Desensitize You
All you twisted minds out there are indubitably on the lookout for good torture scenes in horror movies. The following torture scenes just might satisfy your depraved appetite. They were especially chosen, through an arduous selection process, for their sheer sophistication and couth.
Axe Torture Scene from "Seed"
Max Seed, played by Will Sanderson, tortures a woman with an axe while she's bound to a chair. The overalls wearing masked man begins with a few light strikes to the face and offers her a thrilling climax when he takes out pieces of her skull. "Seed" is a 2007 movie, directed by Uwe Boll, about an undead man who could not be executed. After the state's unsuccessful attempts to electrocute him, Max gets his revenge on all his enemies.
Sheriff's Revenge in "The Devil's Rejects".
Sheriff John Quincey Wydell (William Forsythe) tortures some serial killers known as "The Devil's Rejects" with a staple gun and a cattle prod in the classic Rob Zombie movie from 2005. The criminal group killed the Sheriff's brother, and his response is to staple crime scene photos directly to their skin. After beating two of the suspects with a cattle prod, the sheriff then reveals to Baby Firefly (Sheri Moon Zombie), via photographs, that he had killed her mother.
Hobbling Scene from "Misery".
A deranged woman named Annie Wilkes (Kathy Bates) holds her favorite author captive in a 1990 movie based on Stephen King's 1987 novel. Annie begins informing author Paul Sheldon (James Caan) about what used to happen to Native Americans when they stole diamonds. Then she demonstrates through a process called hobbling, which is a sophisticated method of breaking a person's bones with a sledge hammer while the victim is bound with rope. Annie concludes the torture scene by telling her favorite author how much she loves him.
"Rambo First Blood Part Two" Torture Scene.
John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) is a former commando ordered by the US government to travel to Vietnam in order to prove that American POW's do not exist there. In his travels, he pisses off Soviet Union soldiers who are training the Vietnamese. Two Soviet officers torture him with electrocution and order him to call his Uncle Sam buddies and halt the commando operation. While this is not the most twisted or the coolest torture scene of all time, the movie itself is pretty damn funny.