10 Brutal Horror Movie Death Scenes


This is a collection of some of the most brutal death scenes in horror movies. This isn’t meant to be a definitive top 10 collection or anything like that. Instead, I tried to mix it up; adding scenes from both older and newer films. I hope you enjoy.

Below, you’ll find a list of some of the death scenes we’ve included in the video:

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Death Proof

We’ve included one of the most brutal car crash scenes that have ever been caught on film.

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Deadly Friend

Next, we include a death scene from Wes Craven’s film, Deadly Friend. This is the scene where the old, mean lady is killed by a basketball being thrown at her head. Yes, seriously.

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City Of The Living Dead

We have a scene from Lucio Fulci’s City of the Living Dead in which a girl literally pukes her guts up.

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Scanners

The infamous scene from the cult classic David Cronenberg film in which a man’s head explodes.

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A Nightmare On Elm Street

We’ve included a scene from Wes Craven’s classic slasher film which set the record for most blood ever used in a film. It’s the scene in which Johnny Depp’s character, Glen, is pulled into his bed by Freddy Krueger. After that, the room begins to flood with blood.

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Maniac

In this scene, we see Tom Savini sitting in the front seat of a car when a Maniac armed with a shotgun jumps up on the head and kills the man with a shotgun blast to the head.

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The Green Inferno

An epic scene of cannibalism in which a poor man gets his tongue cut out before being eviscerated.

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Dead Alive

Known for being one of the goriest scenes ever put to film. This is a scene in which a man clears an entire room of zombies with a lawnmower.

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Piranha 3D

Beach and partygoes get torn to shreds by killer fish swimming in the water.

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The Final Destination

These films are known for their sheer brutality and that’s exactly what happens when cars begin to wreck at a Nascar event.

18 comments

  1. You know.. the more I realize. The more CGI scenes that came up, the more disappointed I became. Cinema was better when we used real products and not graphics.

  2. I’m so glad IT released and has done well. It’ll give lazy horror writers a chance to focus more on story and horror, rather than tits, blood guts and gore.

  3. I’m really disappointed. Not in your compilation, but the fact that I couldn’t find the death I’m looking for. I don’t remember the movie, but this guy with a shitty beard had his armed hooked up to a generator or something of the sort in a garage, and his arm got absolutely shredded to bits.

  4. Whoa, I don’t remember Glenn coming back out of the bed in Nightmare on Elm Street. Is that a deleted scene? The quality of the film definitely seemed worse as well.

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