The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most iconic horror films in American history. The movie was inspired by the real-life story of serial killer, Ed Gein, and the story was so gruesome that it was banned in several countries.

The Green Inferno

The Green Inferno was released in 2003, and although it may not have been a huge hit in the United States, it made enough of an impact in other countries that it was banned due to its depictions of violence and cannabalism.

The Human Centipede

This Dutch horror movie is the story of a mad scientist who tries to create human centipedes. One of the movie’s sequels was banned in the UK and was also banned in Australia at one point in time.

Scarface

When most people think of Scarface, they think of the 1983 film starring Al Pacino. However, the 1932 film of the same name was the basis for the 1983 classic and “It is said to be one of the boldest, raw and violent gangster-crime films.” As a result, the movie was banned in the United States due to its “glorification of crime”.

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