This long, controversial scene is difficult to watch for many people because it is filmed so realistically, with no dramatic music or anything like that. It is almost documentary style, forcing you to witness the savage assault that a nasty pimp inflicts on beautiful Monica as she pays a high price for taking a shortcut home one night.
After arguing with her boyfriend at a party and storming off alone, she tries to walk home through a rough area of Paris but bumps into the pimp. He can’t believe his luck and, producing a knife, drags her to the floor before viciously raping her.
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This is probably the most well known rape scene of modern cinema. Drunk Sarah Tobias (played superbly by Jodie Foster) flirts with some guys in a bar and ends up kissing one of them, but things get out of hand when she tries to stop it going any further.
He ignores her and lifts her onto a pinball table, raising her skirt around her waist and pulling down her panties. Then his friends grab her arms while he fucks her roughly, ripping down her top and kissing her breasts. After he’s finished some other men take his place until she finally breaks free and flees the bar, screaming and hysterical.
This cult horror film is about an evil ghost/spirit which terrorises a woman in her home, namely by sexually assaulting and raping her. It is apparently based on a true story.
In this scene the woman (Barbara Hershey) is being pinned down nude on her bed by the demon, unable to move. Her breasts are shown being fondled and groped by invisible fingers and she is able to call out to her partner, pleading with him to help her. When he realises what’s happening he tries to attack the entity with a chair, but Hershey’s son bursts in and mistakenly thinks he’s trying to hurt his mother and so wrestles him to the floor.
Hershey suffers further scenes of abuse and rape at the hands of her spiritual assailant later in the movie.
This gritty British TV mini series won great critical acclaim as the follow up to the movie This Is England (2006).
It’s most controversial scene was a rape by Mick of his daughter’s 16 year old friend, Trev (played by Danielle Watson). She had gone round his house to find her pal, but Mick tricked her into thinking she would be home anytime now and said she should wait with him. So she sits next to him on the sofa while he’s watching TV. All of a sudden he makes unwanted advances and forces himself on her, threatening her with violence if she doesn’t let him fuck her before sadistically raping her in a very grim scene.
The rape scene from the film adaptation of the graphic novel caused much controversy when it was released. Strictly speaking it is actually an attempted rape because the Comedian is stopped just before penetration occurs (even though in the comic it is ambiguous and we don’t know whether he pentrated her).
Nonetheless it is still a brutal 90 seconds as Silk Spectre (Carla Gugino) is slammed against a pool table and roughed up by her assailant. Gugino looks sexy as hell as she strips down to her black underwear, stockings and suspenders — unaware she’s being watched by the turned-on Comedian.
In this notable scene from the cult horror flick, Ellen Sandweiss is in a cabin late at night when she becomes aware of the presence of invisible and deadly demons around her.
She makes a run for it through the woods but gets caught up in tree roots and branches which have a life of their own. They bind her tightly as she screams, ripping off her clothes before pinning her naked and helpless to the ground. Slowly her legs are forced apart before she is penetrated by a tree branch which proceeds to rape her.
The title of this controversial French movie is translated as ‘Rape Me’, giving you some idea of its gritty, dark tone.
The brutal gang rape occurs near the beginning of the film and sees Rafaella Anderson and her friend kidnapped and driven to an abandoned garage by two guys. They are roughly treated and degraded, forced to endure a humiliating sexual assault which Rafaella takes with admirable resolve, but which her pal cannot handle as she sobs and wails uncontrollably throughout.
The explicitness occurs with a close up shot of one of the rapists’ dicks entering a pussy. Rumor has it that a prosthetic penis was used for filming purposes, but there’s no doubt it’s a real vagina and penetration shots in a mainstream release is extremely rare.
Hot costume designer Molly (played by Gina Ravera) is being wined and dined in a hotshot guy’s hotel room in this scene from Paul Verhoeven’s notorious Hollywood flop Showgirls.
She’s open to some romance, when all of a sudden two other guys let themselves in to the room and Gina realises she’s in trouble. The three men easily overpower her and throw her onto the bed as she wails in fear. Her underwear is ripped off before she is brutally raped by the horny, merciless men.
Michael Winner’s Death Wish films were often accused of being sensationalist and exploitative as they featured many graphic scenes of rape and violence against women.
In the second film of the series, Charles Bronson’s maid (Silvana Gallardo) is at home when a gang of thugs burst in. They chase her about the house before stripping her and taking it in turns to rape her, laughing and hollering as they ignore her cries, in this long and rough rape clip.
Later in the film, Bronson’s daughter (played by Robin Sherwood) is also raped, causing the vigilante to go into overdrive and gain his revenge.
Two workers in the mental institution where Michael Myers is being locked up decide to have some fun with a pretty new inmate.
So they grab her late at night and take her to Michael’s room where they take turns raping her as she screams. One of them encourages Michael to join and in and fuck her too, but the notorious killer takes exception to being disturbed and instead starts lashing out at the brutal rapists, ending their fun.