During the screening of a horror film 'RAW' during the International Film Festival (TIFF) in Toronto in September 2016, several people could not stand the horror scenes shown in the film and faint.
Yes, the incident took place during the screening of a French-language film at the film festival in which the scenes shown proved to be a bit too scary for the audience. The unconscious spectators were rushed to a hospital for medical treatment, while panic spread among others present. The film director is Julie DeCorna's first attempt at a vegetarian veterinary student who gradually becomes cannibalistic.
So, the question is, do you like to watch horror movies? If so, who do you think won the most frightening film?
This work has been done by a website Broadband Choices in which the movies have been rated according to the heartbeat of the viewers, ie how fast the heartbeat of the people has increased due to fear and terror while watching which movie. Find out below about the 10 movies that this website called the most terrifying movies.
The film is about Baka, 15, and Taylor, 13, who go to their grandparents' house, where they have never been before because their mother has a quarrel with them. Grandparents are happy to see their grandson, granddaughter, but instruct them never to leave their room after 9:30 pm, but the children violate it, and then the horror story begins.
According to the website, people's heart rate was 79 to 100 beats per minute while watching this movie.
The expedition that a group of nature girls go to the mountains and discover a mysterious cave there.
They do not know what is inside the cave, so they enter it and the way out is blocked by rocks, so while finding a way out they realize that they are not alone in the cave, and There, strange creatures start hunting them. People's heart rate while watching this movie was 79 to 122 per minute.
After the violent death of her husband, a mother has to fight the fear that is born inside her son. The boy sees monsters everywhere in the house when he once asks his mother to read a mysterious book, Babadook.
People's heart rate while watching this movie was 80 to 116 beats per minute.
It is a sequel to another popular horror film in which Warren and his wife try to help 4 children and their mother, one of whose daughters is traumatized at home, while the effects are felt throughout the family.
People's heart rate was recorded at 80 to 120 beats per minute while watching this movie.
It is the story of a 19-year-old girl who has a mysterious and supernatural force behind her, she sees strange things and she is looking for a way out of this burden so that she can live a life beyond nightmares Could pull out.
This supernatural power has only one purpose and that is to kill the girl. The movie increased people's heart rate from 81 to 93 beats per minute.
It is the story of a couple who move into a suburban home and are disturbed by a supernatural force at night. It is full of scenes of violence and hair-raising in the film, in which the unseen force incites the cast of the film to torture and torture themselves, and many times in the film, the actors are seen killing themselves.
The film made people's hearts beat at 82 to 127 minutes per minute.
Most of the time watching the film, it seems as if it is a research on people suffering from mental illness. In the film, strange things happen to Anne Graham's family after her death.
The family doesn't get much better already and then secrets start to emerge about them, which makes the hair stand on end. The heart rate of the people watching this movie was 83 to 109 beats per minute.
This is the Warren family's first film whose success laid the foundation for this conjuring universe. The film is said to be based on real events in which a family is disturbed by a demon.
The audience's heart rate was recorded at 84 to 129 beats per minute.
It is the story of a child whose soul wanders around during sleep, as a result of which spirits begin to gather in his house to take possession of the child's body and the family is worried about how their son who went into a coma. Save
The heart rate of the audience watching this movie was 85 to 133 beats per minute.
It is the story of a writer and his family who discovers videocassettes in their new home that contains information about a serial killer in the 1960s. But when he investigates, the matter becomes mysteriously terrifying as he experiences strange experiences.
The heartbeat of the viewers of this movie and averaged 86 to 131 per minute.