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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Inside’

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The French really know how to push buttons, especially when it comes to horror. 'Inside,' or 'A l'interieur,' tells the story of a pregnant woman named Sarah, recently widowed after her husband died in a horrible car accident

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Enter the Void’

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Gaspar Noe makes it onto the list again with his self-described "psychedelic melodrama" about a young man named Oscar who is shot and killed by the police, but continues to observe life after death, floating above and watching lives as they carry on without him

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Martyrs’

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Yet another French horror film makes its way onto the list -- Pascal Laugier's brutal 2008 horror film tells the story of Lucie, a little girl who escapes torture but is haunted by a destructive force that isn't quite done with her yet

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Amour’

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You could argue that all of Michael Haneke's films are fit for this list -- they're all meaningful and crafted beautifully, but you'd be hard pressed to convince yourself to revisit most of them. 'Amour,' released in 2012 and nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards, is an exploration of love (as the title suggests) through the eyes of an elderly couple confronted with death when the wife suffers a stroke, leaving her husband to care for her as her health quickly diminishes

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Antichrist’

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Like Michael Haneke, Lars Von Trier is another director whose films are often great, but so unflinchingly bleak that you may never want to sit through them ever again. 'Antichrist,' released in 2009, follows a man (Willem Dafoe) and his wife (Charlotte Gainsbourg) -- credited only as "Man" and "Woman" -- as they travel to the countryside to ease the grief and guilt felt by the woman following the shocking death of their young child, who fell out of a window while the couple made love

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom’

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One of the most notoriously disgusting films ever made, Pier Paolo Pasolini's 'Salo,' based on 'The 120 Days of Sodom' by famed sadist the Marquis de Sade, focuses on four wealthy and fascist libertines in post-Mussolini Italy in 1943

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The Greatest Movies We Never Want to See Again: ‘Compliance’

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Another more recent release, Craig Zobel's 'Compliance' is based on a true story so inconceivable and horrific that you'll question the reality in which we live. A man calls up a fast food chain and poses as a police officer, convincing the manager (Ann Dowd in a compelling and suitably layered performance) that an employee (Dreama Walker) has stolen from a customer

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‘Oblivion’ Now in Theaters: Why You Should See Tom Cruise’s Latest [Sponsored Post]

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The 2013 summer movie season starts early this year with Tom Cruise's sci-fi epic 'Oblivion,' which is now playing in theaters and IMAX!

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Good Girls Gone Bad: Jennifer Aniston, ‘The Good Girl’

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Where Biel and Berkley were fighting to eradicate their youthful good girl images, Jennifer Aniston was trying to get away from a nice girl role she dedicated a decade of her adult life to playing: Rachel Green on the long-running NBC sitcom 'Friends

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Good Girls Gone Bad: Linda Blair in the 80s

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The original good girl gone bad has to be Linda Blair, who, as a child actress, most memorably starred as the sweet-turned-possessed Regan in 'The Exorcist,' and she later reprised her role for the bizarre sequel

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