Barbarian

Movie • 2022 • Horror  Report
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malovela
There's no horse.
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AmysToys
Two people made a mistake. There were no dead dogs or no dogs dying.
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No physical animals are ever shown
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malovela
There are no pets.
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In the title card bugs are crawling across the letters.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Luxrei
No animals die, there are large empty cages with blood on them and bowls inside but it is implied it‘s being used for humans not animals.
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There’s a snake keychain in the main character’s car that is shown often
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No, but there are spiderwebs and cobwebs
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FatalDeviation
No, there are no cats in the film at all.
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rubyfire77
Police gaslight a character who tries to tell them something is wrong
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rubyfire77
There's horror movie monster type stalking as well as more real-life stalking behavior
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rubyfire77
Mentions of CSA and children being trapped
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rubyfire77
There are references to CSA and children being held hostage
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CoriDallasMultipass
Alcohol is used two times in this movie, but that's it.
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Jennabean
One character says "I'm not a cr*ckhead," but no actual addiction happens.
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rubyfire77
There are many bottles in the house in the flashback and in the older man's room, but it's not clearly alcohol - he may just be a mess
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People are trapped in a pit
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Not a plot specific comment but as someone with PTSD around this, I was really surprised by how trauma-informed and not-triggering the movie's treatment of this topic was, mostly with AJ. The people behind the movie clearly have survivors in mind.
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notgoingtoaddcomments
A man accidentally cuts his arm with a knife. It isn't shown happening but the cut is shown briefly afterwards.
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Jennabean
The antagonist has some damaged teeth, but the damage being caused itself isn't shown.
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Wampa
While not seen Keith is reportedly bitten.
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Jennabean
Not medically, but an arm is severed.
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Bumblebeez
A head is
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Bumblebeez
Mike1486 I did not see any finger nail damage
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rubyfire77
There are two different scenes where men have their heads brutally damaged quite graphically
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malovela
There's no fire.
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Jennabean
No, but they are trapped underground.
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adeliajbrown
Near the end. It’s telegraphed pretty clearly if you want to look away. A long nail approaches an eye. I don’t think the wound is shown again after it happens but the actual gouging is graphic and intense
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rubyfire77
No active torture is shown, but it is a central idea. Areas and objects obviously used for torture are present. Characters are trapped/held hostage. At one point, a character plays a tape containing torture, but we don't see the scene at all, and all we hear from the tape is about 2 seconds of a woman crying with the sound of blows landing
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creature chokes aj
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Jennabean
A head is smashed, and eyes are stabbed, as well as an arm being torn off.
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notgoingtoaddcomments
Someone is strangled briefly but they die from something else.
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notgoingtoaddcomments
Someone convulses slightly and briefly after being non-fatally shot.
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Jessipoo1979
An entire arm is ripped off and then someone is beaten with it. You don’t see an individual break or snap though, it’s not up close
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rubyfire77
It appears the characters die, but they don't actually
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Towards the end the main character falls going up the stairs but doesn’t completely fall down them
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malovela
Not at all on screen - we never even see a minor. But we're told about incestuous child abuse (not in details, but we know it was full rape) in the past.
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Not abducted exactly, but women are kidnapped and raped, and then so are the children born to these women. So infants are born in captivity, essentially.
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rubyfire77
It is not clear what happened to the abused children the movie references
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malovela
Not completely. Two persons try to rescue someone else, knowing that they're risking their own life to a greater or lesser extent: one of them by going back into a terrifying and dangerous place after escaping; the other by helping someone to escape, thus slowing themselves down somewhat. Neither dies as a direct result of their semi-sacrifice.
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rubyfire77
The old owner of the house kidnaps women (though this is never directly shown, only heavily alluded to), and the monstrous character kidnaps and holds people hostage. We also see the areas and devices used to hold these people hostage
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rubyfire77
The horrifically abusive biological father of the monster and other referenced children commits suicide, but he is a captor and rapist and not a father figure. The monstrous character who only wants to mother people also dies very bittersweetly
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malovela
No, but there are doors that open "of their own accord", with no explanation, and that's scary if you're afraid of ghosts (it was for me). I thought for a long time that there were ghosts in the movie because of that. I still don't know how or why those doors open like that, since nothing else in the movie is supernatural (except perhaps for someone's enormous strength and ability to survive things that should've killed them). Strange.
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rubyfire77
There are no shower scenes, but someone talks about/refers to showering
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cdawg
No. I did not see any supernatural influences in this movie. It was horrifically human.
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malovela
No, but one of the characters is played by Bill Skarsgård, who played the clown Pennywise in the 2007's "It". If you recognise him in spite of the lack of make-up, that might be a problem...?
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many many jumpscares
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rubyfire77
Hung over man spit-vomits and Frank spits while stalking a victim
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soravanitas
No, but there are scenes of people using the toilet with audio
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A character wakes up obviously hung over. The next shot is them bent over the toilet. No actual visual, just noise.
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audio goes along with what is going on the screen
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rubyfire77
The cops are depicted as cruel and useless if not outright making things worse
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notgoingtoaddcomments
There is a separate category for suicide. No one self-harms.
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rubyfire77
No, but someone commits suicide
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adeliajbrown
Main villain is mentally ill, both explicitly stated and referred to with the word “cr*zy.” The movie seems to be exploring and maybe critiquing the trope rather than playing it straight, but she is presented monstrously, violently, and inhuman throughout.
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Mia3
the main character displays behaviors of an oncoming anxiety/panic attack several times
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the labyrinth underneath the house is just claustrophobic
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notgoingtoaddcomments
Lots of screeching.
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Jennabean
It cuts away at the last moment, but the scene is still present.
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OJAndToothpaste
When you see the old man with the revolver in his hand, that's your cue that he's about to shoot himself.
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Does a baby cry?
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Jennabean
Yes, at several points.
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On a video about breastfeeding.
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rubyfire77
There are references to a pregnant woman being tortured
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rubyfire77
No, but childbirth is discussed
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malovela
No, but maybe I should mention that the female antagonist (referred to as "she") is actually played by a CIS man. You'd have to know it, though, as it's not apparent. Using prosthetics, he has large, natural breasts and the front of a vaginal area in the movie; we see his body clearly, since he's fully naked throughout.
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adeliajbrown
Main antagonist is a disabled person portrayed monstrously, although this is kind of critiqued rather than played straight. The characters are afraid of and disgusted by this person, but it’s more because of the extreme violence than the disability. The word “cr*zy” is used
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aj says the f-slur to his friend
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rubyfire77
A character jokingly calls his friend the F slur as a rude term of endearment
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rubyfire77
A black man does die, but later on
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FatalDeviation
Frank does appear to be a lot older than his first victim, although their ages aren't mentioned. He also likely abused children.
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rubyfire77
Details about sexual assault, horror nudity, an adult breastfeeding scene that is not meant to be sexual but is obviously weird
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TheAntiNero
Antagonist is topless (not sexually). Nothing below the waist shown
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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rubyfire77
One character raped his children, but this is not shown, just referenced. The monstrous character is the result of incestuous relations
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notgoingtoaddcomments
By villains. There are no objectifying camera shots.
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rubyfire77
The ending is very bittersweet
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rubyfire77
The monstrous character is hit by a car but lives
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malovela
A car is driven into a wall (not through it) on purpose, to kill someone by crushing them against the wall.
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OJAndToothpaste
Someone is accidentally shot with a revolver, but survives. Additionally, someone else commits suicide with the same revolver.
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so much gore
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malovela
No explosions at all.
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malovela
We see no bodies of water or any other liquids.
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