Most disturbing movies on Netflix – Disturbing movies can come from various genres, such as Horror, Drama, Love, Documentary, War, Prison, Biography, etc, and they can be either movies that make you scared, upset, sad, cry, irritated, or that leave you questioning your sanity.
So, if you enjoy watching such movies, then this article contains some of the most disturbing movies on Netflix that you can find today.
…But before we begin, kindly take note that by the time you’ll be reading this article & in Netflix’s usual tradition, some of the movies listed here might be region-locked, or even worse still, completely removed from the platform, just in case you couldn’t find anyone of them on your Netflix’s account.
35 Most Disturbing Movies on Netflix
|Saving Private Ryan||1998||2h 49m||8.6/10 (1.4M)|
|The Notebook||2004||2h 3m||7.8/10 (574K)|
|Hacksaw Ridge||2016||2h 19m||8.1/10 (525K)|
|The Pursuit of Happyness||2006||1h 57m||8.0/10 (513K)|
|The Conjuring||2013||1h 52m||7.5/10 (510K)|
|Flight||2012||2h 18m||7.3/10 (356K)|
|Les Misérables||2012||2h 38m||7.5/10 (331K)|
|Marriage Story||2019||2h 17m||7.9/10 (310K)|
|The Platform||2019||1h 34m||7.0/10 (226K)|
|Like Stars on Earth||2007||2h 45m||8.4/10 (194K)|
|Unbroken||2014||2h 17m||7.2/10 (170K)|
|Letters from Iwo Jima||2006||2h 21m||7.9/10 (164K)|
|Awakenings||1990||2h 1m||7.8/10 (143K)|
|Tears of the Sun||2003||2h 1m||6.6/10 (124K)|
|Halloween||2007||1h 49m||6.0/10 (124K)|
|Final Destination 5||2011||1h 32m||5.9/10 (118K)|
|tick, tick... BOOM!||2021||2h||7.5/10 (106K)|
|A Nightmare on Elm Street||2010||1h 35m||5.2/10 (102K)|
|Beasts of No Nation||2015||2h 17m||7.7/10 (82K)|
|All Quiet on the Western Front||2022||2h 28m||7.8/10 (81K)|
|The Fundamentals of Caring||2016||1h 37m||7.3/10 (74K)|
|Just Mercy||2019||2h 17m||7.6/10 (68K)|
|Five Feet Apart||2019||1h 56m||7.2/10 (68K)|
|Pieces of a Woman||2020||2h 6m||7.0/10 (51K)|
|To the Bone||2017||1h 47m||6.8/10 (50K)|
|Miracle in Cell No. 7||2019||2h 12m||8.2/10 (49K)|
|Fatherhood||2021||1h 49m||6.6/10 (38K)|
|13th||2016||1h 40m||8.2/10 (36K)|
|All the Bright Places||2020||1h 47m||6.5/10 (32K)|
|The Possession of Hannah Grace||2018||1h 26m||5.2/10 (23K)|
|Ben Is Back||2018||1h 43m||7.6/10 (22K)|
|Tell Me Who I Am||2019||1h 26m||7.6/10 (15K)|
|Paper Lives||2021||1h 36m||6.6/10 (12K)|
|Pihu||2016||1h 31m||6.7/10 (2.6K)|
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Saving Private Ryan
Aside from being one of the most disturbing movies on Netflix, Saving Private Ryan also happens to be one of the greatest war movies ever acted and stories ever told.
If you’re a war movie lover and need an authentic movie that will take you right there to the middle of the war and show how things are done without sparing anything? Then this should be the first movie on your list, as it’s the only movie that will show you the ruins and hopelessness of war, just the war it is.
If you need a movie that will leave you feeling sad all day, then this is the one. The film tells the story of a young couple, Allie and Noah, who fall in love in the 1940s but are separated by their social class and Allie’s family. They eventually reunite, but their relationship is tested by the passage of time and the social constraints of their time. Despite the obstacles they face, the couple’s love for each other remains strong and they eventually marry. The film explores themes of love, sacrifice, and the passage of time.
Hacksaw Ridge is a 2016 biographical war film directed by Mel Gibson and written by Andrew Knight and Robert Schenkkan. The film tells the true story of Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who served as a medic during World War II. Despite being opposed to violence on religious grounds, Doss enlists in the army and is assigned to the 77th Infantry Division. During the Battle of Okinawa, Doss refused to carry or use a weapon or firearm of any kind. He single-handedly saves the lives of 75 wounded soldiers on the front lines, becoming the first conscientious objector to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. The film explores themes of bravery, faith, and the horrors of war.
The Pursuit of Happyness
The Pursuit of Happyness is a 2006 biographical drama film directed by Gabriele Muccino and starring Will Smith as Chris Gardner, a struggling salesmanperson who becomes a homeless single father. The film is based on Gardner’s memoir of the same name and tells the story of his difficult journey to become a successful stockbroker. Despite facing numerous challenges, including poverty and homelessness, Gardner perseveres and is eventually able to land an internship at a prestigious brokerage firm. Through hard work and determination, he is able to turn his internship into a full-time job and provide a better life for himself and his son. The film explores themes of determination, perseverance, and the American Dream.
The Conjuring is a 2013 supernatural horror film directed by James Wan and written by Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes. The film is based on the true story of the Warrens, a couple who were paranormal investigators and demonologists. The film follows the Warrens as they are called to help a family who is being terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. As they investigate the house, they uncover a terrifying and deadly secret that has haunted the property for years. The Conjuring is the first film in The Conjuring Universe, a series of interconnected horror films. The film explores themes of faith, evil, and the supernatural.
And those are just a brief summary of the first five movies from the list. And that wraps it up for the 35 most disturbing movies on Netflix today.
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