This is a list of films with gory death scenes, i.e. a list of films in which characters die graphically violent and/or gory deaths, often depicted using special effects. While standards for gore differ, films on this list depict on-screen human deaths with graphic detail, rather than off-screen and implied, depicting loss of blood and body parts (flesh, limbs, internal organs) in large quantity and other types of sadistic deaths.
Death by bisection or dismemberment (excluding decapitation)
Akira, (1988) an anime film in which several people are torn apart.
300 (film) (2007), in which there are three beheadings and several other scenes in which the soldiers are cut into pieces.
Saw IV, in which a rapist fails to blind both eyes (for being a voyeur) and is violently dismembered.
Saw V, in which a murderer crushes both his hands to survive a pendulum blade swinging above him, but the pendulum cuts him in half anyway.
2000 Maniacs, (1964) in which the character of Kitty is tied between 4 horses, which are then whipped in separate directions, ripping off her arms and legs, leaving only the head attached to the torso.
Allegro non troppo, (1977) in which a marathon runner (animated) is sliced in half by the finish line tape, his lower half continuing to run while his torso falls and bounces.
Black Death (film) in which Sean Bean's character is sentenced to death by being pulled apart by horses.
Blade II, in which one character is bisected from top to bottom.
Blind Fury, in which the villain is split into half and falls, with the two halves separating while falling.
Evil Aliens, in which a man has his genitals brutally ripped off, and his girlfriend gets impreginated by aliens by cutting her stomach open and placing in a baby. It was also implied she may have been raped.
The Evil Dead, in which a Deadite is brutally hacked apart with an axe.
Final Destination 3, in which Ian (Kris Lemche) has a crane fall on him from above, and the sign bisects him vertically, spilling his organs onto the ground and leaving his intact half twitching briefly, the spasms causing his middle finger to extend.
The Grudge, in which the caretaker Yoko is possibly killed by having her bottom jaw ripped off, although it is possible that she was killed another way and simply mutilated in the process.
Hardware, in which a character is chopped in half by a violently closing pair of sliding doors.
Hellraiser (film series), in which at least one character in all 8 films has their body and face torn apart by hooks embedded throughout.
House of 1000 Corpses, in which Bill is cut in half by Otis, and his organs are combined with a large fish tail; the actual bisection is not seen in the theatrical version, where Bill has his face slashed by Baby and his arm cut off by Bill.
Terror Tract's "Come to Granny" segment, in which Jasmine is dismembered all the way to have her ex-boyfriend, Sean Goodwin find her head sitting on a table.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, in which a gangster, in a fight with Leatherface, lands on top of the chainsaw blade, Sheriff Hoyt holds him down on it and Leatherface activates the chainsaw, cutting him in half.
UHF, in which Conan the Librarian slices a customer in half vertically after they returned some books overdue.
Underworld, in which vampire lord Viktor's head is split in half.
Venom (2005 film), in which Ray (undead) gets hit by his truck driven by Eden and broken in half. Also, Ricky dies while getting his arm ripped off.
13 Ghosts (film), Sleazy lawyer is sliced in half, vertically, by glass panels and body parts slide down glass on opposite sides.
Death by burning or other extreme heat exposure
Alien 3, ten convicts are burned to death when a plan to catch the alien goes wrong and the fire is set off prematurely.
Anaconda, the anaconda tries to kill the main character and is burned alive in a huge chimney like furnace.
Angels & Demons, in which one of the four preferati is hung above a large fire made up of the wooden chairs in a church. The main character attempts to free him, but accidentally lowers him further into the fire. Later, the main villain, after his scheme has been revealed, immerses himself in candle oil and immolates himself.
Batman, in which the Joker fries a gangster to death through a handshake with a concealed joy buzzer.
Blade, in which Deacon Frost kidnaps the leader of the vampire council, takes the leader's fangs out with pliers, and exposes him to the rising sun.
Braindead, in which a zombie suddenly cause to catch fire, caused by a lightbulb embedded in her head.
Class of 1984, in which punk accomplice nicknamed Drugstore get set on fire. His burned corpse is later shown smoking.
Chronicles of Riddick, in which where a character commits suicide by deliberately stepping into a burning wind.
The Core, in which Dr. Ed "Braz" Brazzleton goes on a suicide mission to try to disengage the master hydraulic controller for the compartments emergency release mechanism, accessible only through the ship's impeller "crawl" space trough where the magma flows for propulsion, which also doubles as the access way for The Virgil. He dies when he finishes the mission, not being able to return inside; the extreme heat weakened him too much. Once the impeller is restarted, the magma flow engulfs him.
Halloween II, in which Michael Myers drowns Nurse Karen in scalding water in a hot tub.
The Hills Have Eyes (both the 1977 film and 2006 remake), in which Big Bob Carter is crucified, doused in petrol stolen from his gas tank and burned alive by the resident area cannibals. Also, Jupiter is exploded after accidentally setting off a book of matches in a mobile home filled with gas.
Jaws 2, the woman driving the ski boat tries to fight off the shark by dousing it in fuel while she herself gets covered with it. She fires a flare gun which sets the boat on fire, burning her, and scarring the shark's face. She is then killed when the boat explodes. She is one of the few shark victims who is not killed directly by the shark (i.e. eaten).
Layer Cake, in which a clothes iron is placed on a man's chest, which causes his heart to boil and burns a hole through his chest. Also, in another scene, another man is brutally beaten and then has a pot of hot tea poured on his face.
Manhunter, in which a tabloid journalist is strapped into a wheelchair, set on fire and rolled down a parking garage ramp. He dies in the hospital, but not before being questioned by police. He says something to the effect of "Is it hot in here, or is it just me?" This death also appears in the remake Red Dragon.
Natural Born Killers, director's cut, in which convicts start a riot, throwing one cop in an oven and watching him burn alive, and throwing one in a washing machine, watching his skin burn off.
Saw, in which one of Jigsaw's victims had been completely coated with a flammable substance, then accidentally lit himself on fire with a candle.
Saw 2, in which Obi is burned to death in a furnace.
Saw 6, in which a character survives having his throat slashed, only to be covered in gasoline minutes later and incinerated.
Seed of Chucky, in which "Tiffany" sprays hairspray at a character then lights a lighter, engulfing her in flames. She then falls over the bannister and burns to death.
Silent Hill, in which Cybil Bennett is burned alive as a witch. Alessa Gillespie is nearly burnt to death, but survives with severe burn wounds.
Starship Troopers, in which the last two troopers try to get onto the lifeboat and are incerated by the big fire breathing beetle.
Sweeney Todd , in which Sweeney hurls Mrs. Lovett into a furnace.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day, in which Sarah Connor has a nightmare in which she and others are incinerated by thermal radiation from a nuclear explosion.
The Thing, in which several characters as well as the alien antagonist are burned alive.
The Towering Inferno, in which Dan Bigelow burns up while trying to run across a blazing lobby. Several partygoers burn to death when an elevator opens on a floor that is on fire. Also, the flaming body of a fireman falls down an elevator shaft.
Bad Taste, in which a character chainsaws a hole in the floor before diving chainsaw-first through the lead alien (on the floor below) with the line "I'm born again!".
Class of 1984, in which Professor Andy Norris severs Fallon's right arm off with a rotary saw before shoving him onto the rotary blade, splitting his vertebrae in half.
Dawn of the Dead (2004 film), in which a character cuts a zombie in half, but later accidentally kills another character with the chainsaw when the bus they are in turns over.
Dead Alive, in which the main character slices through hundreds of zombies using the business end of a lawnmower.
Evil Dead II, in which Linda's possessed (and headless) body tries to kill Ash with a chainsaw, but slips and is partially sliced down the neck. Ash then uses the chainsaw to finish off Linda's possessed head (shown in shadows). Near the end he buries the chainsaw blade in the "Rotten Apple Head".
Saw 3, in which Jigsaw is slashed in the throat by a circular saw.
Scarface (1983), in which Tony Montana's associate is hacked to bits with a chainsaw by a Colombian drug dealer.
Smokin' Aces, in which one of the Tremor Brothers sits on his own chainsaw.
Spencer, in which a man has his head, left arm and right leg cut off with chainsaw. another man has top of head cut off with chainsaw.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series and remakes. In the 1974 film only one person is killed by a chainsaw, while in the later installments and the remake (including the remake's prequel), many are sliced to pieces by Leatherface's chainsaw.
Violent Shit, in which the lead villain, Karl, uses a hedge trimmer to murder two handymen.
Watchmen (uncensored), in which a man cuts lawrence's both hands off with an angle grinder.
Death by chopping or grinding
28 Weeks Later, in which a horde of Rage-infected zombies are cut into chunks by the blades of a low-flying helicopter.
Alien 3, in which the alien sprays acid in the face of a prisoner and he slides into a huge fan.
Braindead (aka Dead Alive),in which a group of zombies get blendered via a lawnmower. Also a baby zombie is stuffed in a blender.
Breakout, after two guys fight, one guy gets hit by approaching airplane engine blades.
Britannic, in which people killed by approaching ship's propellers and their boat is cutted into pieces. Also later a character is killed by ship's propellers.
The Brothers Grimm, in which a fluffy white kitten is kicked into swirling metal blades which are about to come down over tied prisoners.
Severance, when a woman is tied to a tree, has been brutally beaten and has blood streaming down her face. One of the army-psychos comes along and kills her.
Slaughterhouse 1987, in which a man is forced and grounded up in industrial meat grinder/mincer.
Speed 2: Cruise Control, in which two unlucky cruise passengers are sucked under and killed by the ship's propellers. Also, the captain is sent overboard and also was sucked into the ship's propellers.
Death by contact with a caustic or otherwise deadly substance
2001 Maniacs, in which one of the college boys is fed acid under the impression that it's moonshine and his torso melts.
The Abominable Dr. Phibes, in which Vulnavia has a vat of acid poured on her that was meant for Dr. Vesalius. Later in the film, Dr. Phibes embalms himself next to his wife's corpse.
A.I., in which a lifelike robot is melted in a dunk tank-like carnival machine by three buckets of hot acid.
Alien Nation, in which salt water is like acid to the "Newcomers".
The Beyond, in which, at the beginning of the movie, the Sorcerer has multiple buckets of quicklime thrown over him. Later a woman is knocked unconscious and acid falls onto her face.
Class of Nuke 'Em High, in which the class 'geek' drinks radioactive water from a drinking fountain. He later excretes green at the mouth and ears, tries to strangle classmates and throws himself out of a window, then promptly dissolves.
Cube, in which an unfortunate fellow is sprayed in the face with acid.
Cube Zero, in which an unfortunate fellow is sprayed with a water-like substance which in actuality is an extremely quick-acting strain of necrotizing fasciitis which changes the flesh and skin to liquid state.
Dante's Peak, in which a lady jumps into a highly acidic and near-boiling spring which causes severe damage to the flesh of the lower half of her body; she dies shortly thereafter.
Dark City, in which the Stranger, Mr. Book, is killed in a collision with a water tower. Water is corrosive to the Strangers.
The Lost Boys, in which a vampire is killed when he falls into a bathtub of holy water, causing his flesh to be slowly burned off of his body and his blood to explode outward, shooting down the drain of the tub and out of seemingly every other drain in the house.
RoboCop, in which Emil drives into a tower full of toxic waste and begins to melt. (He disintegrates after being hit by a car).
The Rock, in which a soldier died from mishandling containers of VX gas. Another one has a VX ball broken in his mouth and is dissolved by the toxin.
Runaway, in which several people are injected with acid by small, spider-like robots used by the villain.
Saw VI, in which a character is impaled by a platform of needles which then injects him with hydrofluoric acid.
Scotland, Pa., in which Norm Duncan's head gets shoved into a friolator.
Seed of Chucky, in which a man has a bottle of sulphuric acid dropped onto his head.
Signs, in which an alien creature is destroyed by coming into contact with water, which dissolves its skin.
Slaughter High, in which one man drinks a poisoned beer causing his intestines to expand and explode. Later acid is fed into the running bathwater of a woman, whose flesh is burned off, leaving a bloody skeleton.
Slither, in which an infected Trevor spits an acidic goo onto Margaret, and her neck swells up and she dies. Also, another character is spit upon by many affected people, and he dies screaming in pain.
Starship Troopers, in which two soldiers are sprayed with a flammable substance by a "tanker" insect.
Underworld, in which several lycans are killed by silver bullets or other silver materials, a vampire is killed by ultraviolet ammunition, and another vampire dies after being exposed to sunlight (flashback sequences).
Urban Legend, in which a character is forced to drink a variety of cleaning products, followed by a whole package of pop-rocks.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit, in which Judge Doom is dissolved by a high-pressure spray of his "Dip", which is composed of acetone, turpentine, and benzene (which is essentially paint thinner, but is obviously lethal to a Toon).
Death by contact with a molten substance
Alien 3, in which Ripley plunges into a vat of molten metal, thus killing herself and the alien within her chest.
Hostel, in which Kana's head is crushed by a passing locomotive during her suicide.
Hot Fuzz, in which a character's head is burst by a stone spire dropped from a church tower. The spire then becomes impaled between the character's shoulders and he continues to walk around for several seconds before falling over.
Poseidon, in which Valentin, a waiter, falls down an elevator shaft on a spike and the elevator falls down, crushing his body and exploding the shaft as a whole. Another scene, a drunk is crushed by a falling piece of engine.
The Proposition, in which a police officer's head is repeatedly and forcefully stomped upon (aborted decapitation).
Red Sonja, in which a man is crushed by a rolling stone gate.
Riki-Oh, in which Kitamakura crushes a prison inmate's head with his hands, and Kitamakura is later crushed by a stone ceiling contraption in order to save Riki-Oh.
Saw IV, in which Eric Matthews' head is crushed between two large blocks of ice when Rigg incorrectly finishes his test.
Saw V, in which Peter Strahm is crushed by two converging walls after disregarding a warning to enter a box full of broken glass. His arm, which is caught bewteen the walls, graphically breaks and covers the Box (safe under the walls) with his blood.
Scream, in which Tatum's head is crushed by a garage door after she gets stuck in the catflap.
Sin City, in which Marv kills a man by crushing his head. Also, "Yellow Bastard" has his head punched repeatedly by John Hartigan until it is crushed.
Starship Troopers, in which a character is crushed when an airborne arachnid is shot down and crashes on him, leaving behind a smear of blood and guts. Also, a crew member races to get out a room before the door closes, but didn't make it and got crushed in the torso area.
Suicide Circle, in which 54 schoolgirls jump in front of a subway train. Also,
Demon Seed, in which a man is surrounded by a geometric device and decapitated.
Doom, When an agents head is knocked off by a monster, splashing blood everywhere.
Evil Dead II, in which Ash uses a shovel to cut off his zombie-girlfriend's head, which is seen flying in slow-motion. Later he decapitates another zombie with a chainsaw and blows it up with a shotgun.
Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (uncut version), featuring a triple decapitation of three paintball players with a machete. Later, Jason twists a character's head all the way around and then tears it off.
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, in which Julius duels Jason in an epic fist fight. Dealing a devastating series of blows in a combo, Jason responds by taking one punch, knocking Julius' head off as it rolls across multiple rooftops and finally into a dumpster which closes promptly after.
From Dusk Till Dawn, has four occurrences of decapitation. One isn't witnessed, only the head is seen rolling about during the feeding frenzy. The character Sex Machine (Tom Savini) is decapitated by Seth Gecko (George Clooney) when he becomes a vampire by tying the former's bullwhip round his neck and pulling it off. The remaining two are not in the film at all. They are deleted scenes where a biker has his head eaten by a gremlin-like vampire with a mouth in her stomach and one where Santanico Pandemonium (Salma Hayek) kills a man when a huge monster-snake erupts out of her mouth promptly biting his head off in a gory explosion.
Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, in which the renegade gynoids' preferred method of killing people is by kicking a human being's head off. This tactic is used against two police officers early in the film, as well as against the Locus Solus security forces on the factory ship.
Ghost Ship, (partial) in which a wire cuts through the ballroom floor, after which a female character watches the top part of the captain's head slide off onto the floor.
Ghosts of Mars, in which a female police soldier is decapitated by a flying disc.
Gladiator, featuring the decapitation of a number of enemy fighters.
Glory, in which a soldier is decapitated by a cannonball in the battle at Antietam.
Highlander, featuring multiple decapitations of characters who would not be The One.
High Tension, in which Alex's father is decapitated by a bookcase.
Hostel: Part II, in which Beth Lauren German gets revenge on Axelle by cutting her head off with a large medieval axe. Whitney Bijou Phillips is also partially decapitated (she's scalped and the top of brain is exposed) and is apparently fully decapitated by Stuart Roger Bart.
Hot Fuzz, in which two characters are decapitated with an axe.
House of Wax (2005 film), in which Dalton is decapitated twice, once when he is alive, and once when he is dead (after he is decapitated the first time, Vincent puts his head back on with some type of metal contraption).
Jeepers Creepers, in which a male officer is pulled through the roof of the police car and is decapitated by the Creeper's huge axe (also, the Creeper later eats his tongue from the head as the two main characters watch in horror).
Johnny Mnemonic, in which the villain at the end is killed by decapitation with its own razor-sharp whip.
Land of the Dead, in which a zombie attacking the main character is thrown into and decapitated by a closing metal door. Also, when the zombies take over the city, a soldier is shown having his head pulled off, along with his entire spinal column.
The Lift, in which a security guard has his head trapped by lift doors while the lift car stopped at the next level above descends slowly until his head is severed, whereupon the lift doors close.
Motel Hell, in which multiple victims are buried up to their necks in a garden, forced fed to fatten them up, and then have their heads removed by rope and tractor.
Nekromantik, in which a man's head is partially severed by a shovel.
The Omen (1976 film) , in which a man is decapitated by a piece of sheet glass which slides into him.
The Omen (2006 film), in which a man is decapitated by a swinging shop sign whilst trying to get holy knives.
One Missed Call, in which an unseen force first twists a girl Natsumi's arm around many times, clearly breaking it at many places, then turns her head around and around until it completely tears off and falls to the floor, after which her body walks around dazed for a few seconds and then also falls to the floor.
Pathfinders, in which Phil Hacksor gets decapitated by a jinxed branch.
Prom Night, in which a character is decapitated with an axe.
Ran, in which the beheaded body of Lady Sue is found in the grass, and the beheading of Lady Kaede with a katana.
Re-Animator, in which a character is decapitated only to be resurrected as a bodiless head.
Resident Evil, in which a soldier's nurse is decapitated by a laser beam. In another scene, a Raccoon City employee attempts to escape from a stuck elevator, only to have the doors close around her head, which is subsequently severed when the lift drops (the moment of death is more implied than shown).
Thursday, in which Casey pulls Nick's head out of a bag.
Tromeo and Juliet, in which Tyrone Capulet is hit by a ladder hanging out of a car, whereupon his arm is ripped off, and then he hits the back of a truck and is decapitated, his head flying into the air and causing the car crash of a happy family driving by.
Wild Wild West, in which a scientist is killed by a flying saw blade attracted to the magnetic collar he is forced to wear.
Windtalkers, in which Sgt. Anderson's head is removed by a Japanese soldier wielding a katana blade.
Wishmaster, in which a man is decapitated with piano wires.
The Ring Two, Aiden (who is possessed by Samara Morgan) uses his mentally profound psychic powers to force a mental-help doctor to commit suicide by injecting a syringe filled with air directly into her neck.
Total Recall, in which Vilos Cohaagen (Ronny Cox) dies from lack of air/decompression in the thin atmosphere of Mars. In the process, his eyes and tongue slowly bulge out of his head.
The Omen (2006 film), where the possessed babysitter injects a syringe filled with air into Damien's mother.
Interview With the Vampire, Louis slices a vampire diagonally from the left shoulder to the right hip with a scythe, leaving him to stand for a moment before sliding apart.
Izo, in which Bob Sapp's character is sliced in half diagonally with a katana.
Johnny Mnemonic, in which a character's torso (Ralfie) is sliced by a nanothread (Falls slowly into 3 pieces).
The Last Samurai, in which a man is sliced with a samurai sword and his head falls off a few seconds later.
Mindhunters, in which after the team wakes up after drinking coffee laced with sleeping medicine, Gabe Jensen (LL Cool J) attempts to wake up Rafe Perry (Will Kemp), causing his head to separate itself from his neck, as it had already been cut with a hacksaw.
Resident Evil, in which a character is sliced into small cubes by a moving grid of laser beams.
Samurai X, in which Seijuro Hiko cuts a bandit into several dozen pieces before he has time to fall.
Silent Partner, in which Christopher Plummer's psycho villain slits a woman's throat by running her neck along the edge of a broken fish tank.
Sin City, "Recut, Extended, Unrated", in which Miho slices a man in half and his body takes a few seconds to split apart lengthwise during extended version of "The Big Fat Kill." Miho also kills another man by throwing her swastika-shaped shuriken through the top of his head.
Slither, in which one character is sliced down the front by the main bug, and slowly opens up to have his guts fall out.
Underworld, in which Victor's head is split by a very thin sword. There is first no sign of this having occurred. Victor turns around, Selene holds up her sword showing that there is blood on it and then Victor's head splits open.
"X Men Origins: Wolverine", In which a character is decapitated and falls down a cooling tower before separating.
Death by excessive and/or graphic gunfire
Akira, multiple instances, including a revolutionary shooting a police dog, the same revolutionary being pulped by automatic weapons fire from riot police, Kei shooting a police officer in the face in order to save herself and Kaneda, a tunnel infiltrator being mowed down by a vulcan cannon-armed flying platform, leaving only his arm holding a submachinegun, and rioters being hit with a laser rifle.
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976 film), featuring multiple instances, including a little girl shot in the chest by a gang member and numerous gang members cut down by shotgun fire.
Battle Royale, featuring multiple instances, the most notable ones being two schoolgirls being machinegunned by an ambushing character, killing one outright, and then finishing off the mortally wounded survivor with another burst, and a gunfight where a character's head is blown off when his explosive collar is set off with a shotgun blast.
Be Cool, in which the Russian Mob Boss is shot twice by Sin's decorated Colt Python after being called a nigger and delivering a speech on how Negroes helped America from music-fashion.
The Beyond, in which a possessed girl's head is blown through with a pistol shot.
Blade Runner, in which the replicant Leon is shot from behind and in the head, forming a large exit wound in his forehead.
Bad Boys 2, in which the main villain is shot in the forehead, then subsequently falls onto a live minefield, destroying his entire upper body.
Blue Velvet, in which Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) discovers in Dorothy's apartment the bodies of Dorothy's husband and the corrupt police detective Tom Gordon. Dorothy's husband is without an ear, bound and shot in the head. Gordon continues to stand even though he's dead. Jeffrey later ambushes Frank Booth, shooting him in the head, leaving a mess of brains.
Boogie Nights, in which Little Bill shoots himself after shooting (off-screen) his wife and another man. Later, Buck Swope walks into an armed robbery in which the robber, the counter clerk and a bystander kill one another. Also, during Todd's attempt to rob Rahad Jackson, Rahad shoots Todd in the chest with a shotgun.
Brazil, in which Jack is shot in the head while wearing a baby mask, he removes the mask, which reveals a gaping wound.
Cannibal Holocaust, featuring several scenes consisting of stock footage of real firing squad executions in a third world African country.
Chinatown, in which a woman is shot in the back of the head while driving. When the car door is opened, a gaping bullet exit wound is revealed where her eye socket had been.
Contraband (1980 film), in which in many scenes of Lucio Fulci's film, there are many characters getting shot before displaying extreme gory effects of gunshot wounds.
The Departed, in which two characters are executed by gunshots point-blank to the head by Frank Costello, Costello is later shot repeatedly by Detective Dignam, Costello's men are shot down by police, Mr. French shoots himself under the chin before his car explodes, and 4 people are murdered by gunshots to the head nearing the movie's end.
Full Metal Jacket, with various, but with notable deaths being the murder of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman and suicide of Leonard 'Gomer Pyle' Lawrence, who puts the gun in his mouth and shoots himself, and later, where a sniper almost eliminates a Marine squad by putting them in a "honey pot" situation.
The Godfather, featuring multiple instances, the most notable one being Sonny Corleone's demise from a fusillade shot by Tommy's gun-wielding hitmen at a tollbooth on the New Jersey Turnpike. One hundred forty-seven squibs, a record number at the time, were placed on James Caan's body to simulate being hit by multiple bursts of automatic weapons fire.
Grindhouse, in which several boil-covered sombies are shot to death, and Abby (Naveen Andrews) apparently gets his head blown into pieces, and Tony Block accidentally shoots himself in the head.
Hamburger Hill, in which American soldiers are hit by friendly artillery fire and a Viet Cong guerrilla suffers from a M60 machinegun burst at point blank range to the face.
The Hills Have Eyes (2006 film), in which a gas station attendant commits suicide by taking a shotgun to his chin and blowing his brains out. Also, Ethel and Lynn are shot by Lizard.
The Hitcher (1986 film), in which several police officers are shot by John Ryder. In the end, Ryder is shot repeatedly by Jim Halsey with a SPAS shotgun.
Hostel, in which a German surgeon is shot in the head by Paxton (Jay Hernandez) after cutting his own leg off with a chainsaw.
Jarhead, in which an anonymous Marine is shot through the helmet during training with live gunfire.
Turistas, in which Dr. Zamora gets shot in the head in the climax.
Pulp Fiction, featuring (amongst others) Vincent accidentally discharging his pistol into Marvin's face, covering the rear windshield and the interior with blood and brain matter and leaving unrecognizable gore in Jules' hair.
RoboCop, in which a hapless OCP executive is shot repeatedly by the ED-209 during a botched demonstration. Alex Murphy is also felled with multiple shotgun blasts, one which destroys his right hand and severs his right arm (Both of these scenes were trimmed in the R-rated version, but are seen entirely in the director's cut).
Romper Stomper, in which a 16-year-old skinhead is shot by police, after waving a gun with the barrel blocked.
Saw 3, in which Jeff reaches for a key with a chain connected to a shotgun which blows not Jeff, but Judge Halden in the side of his head. Later, Amanda is shot in the neck by Jeff.
Saw 4, in which Jeff, in a mental state and searching for his daughter, is shot twice by Peter Strahm.
Scarface (1983 film), many instances, most notably when Tony Montana is shot numerous times by machine guns, but still keeps fighting, killing several of Sosa's men. Eventually, he is shot in the back with a shotgun at point-blank range.
Scream, in which Billy Loomis is shot in the head, showing a huge bullet hole.
Scream 2, featuring three instances: Derek hangs from a fake cross and is shot in the chest by Mickey, Mickey is shot around 17 times by Gale and Sidney (also earlier by Mrs. Loomis), and Mrs. Loomis is shot in the neck by Cotton and again in the head by Sidney.
The Shawshank Redemption, in which a prisoner is shot 3 times by a guard after talking to the Warden. The Warden later kills himself by shooting himself under the chin.
Starship Troopers, in which a Federation soldier is shot in the head during a live-fire training exercise.
Suicide Circle, in which Detective Kuroda, after his family commits suicide, quickly puts his handgun into his mouth and pulls the trigger.
Taxi Driver, in which a heavily armed Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro) shoots a pimp point-blank in the stomach, blows half of another man's hand off, empties a semi-auto pistol into another man's face and chest, and finally blows the second guy's brains out.
The Thing, in which MacReady shoots Clark in the head.
Vacancy, in which the main villain is shot 3 times in the chest.
Violent Shit 2: Mother Hold My Hand, in which Karl Jr., the lead bad guy, kills many people with a pistol. After dismembering many construction workers with a machete, Karl goes after the only surviving worker and shoots him in the leg, immobilizing him. The worker is shot once more in the forehead, killing him. In another scene, Karl enters a movie theater armed with two pistols and kills the cashier before opening fire on a crowd of moviegoers, killing everyone in attendance.
Violent Shit 3: Infantry of Doom, in which many graphic and violent shootouts occur between the protagonists and Karl's army. In one scene, Karl executes three mutinous soldiers with a sawed-off shotgun. In the climactic shootout, hundreds of people are gunned down, a man's head is blown off with a grenade, and the main villain's father is blown to bits with an RPG.
The Wind That Shakes the Barley, in which the protagonist, Damien O'Donovan, is killed by a firing squad that fires several shots into his chest (his heart is presented as a target with a ribbon).
Wolf Creek, in which a man is sniped in the eye and Kristy is shot while trying to evade Mick.
Death by exploding head
Bad Taste, in which an Alien in human form, is shot in the head causing half of it to explode off.
Big Trouble in Little China, in which one of the storm gods becomes enraged after finding Lao Pan dead, his head swells to an enormous size before exploding.
Child's Play 2, where, in the end, Chucky's head explodes after a loose air hose is shoved into his mouth.
Chopping Mall has a scene in which a teenager is shot by a security robot's laser, causing her head to explode.
Cube Zero, in which a man's body and head explode from sonic energy.
Dawn of the Dead (1978), in which a man's head is blown off violently with a shotgun. Similarly, Andy (Bruce Bohne) has his head blown off by a shotgun blast in the 2004 remake.
Dogma, Bartleby's (Ben Affleck) head explodes when he becomes mortal and is exposed to the power of God's voice.
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, in which Michael Myers kills a man by holding him up to electric wires and electrocuting him until the point where his head explodes and blood and brains are sprayed everywhere.
Maniac, in which a man (Tom Savini) sitting in a car gets his head blown apart by a point-blank shotgun blast to the face.
Mars Attacks!, where the aliens' heads explode when listening to yodeling music.
Raiders of the Lost Ark features a scene of Belloq's head exploding after looking at the opened Ark of the Covenant. In order to secure a PG rating, the gory explosion had to be covered by flames.
The 51st State, in which The Lizard (Meat Loaf) explodes after drinking an explosive cocktail which contained a drug that detonates at standard body temperature.
Bad Boys 2, in which the main villain is shot in the head and his body falls on a mine, blowing his arms, torso and head into pieces.
Battle Royale, in which the main villain is killed when the control collar placed on his neck is detonated (after a shotgun blast). Earlier on in the film, another character is killed in the same manner when his collar is detonated via a remote control.
Black Hawk Down, in which one of the soldiers has his lower abdomen blown off by an RPG.
Blade, in which vampire villain Deacon Frost is injected with several vials of EDTA, causing him to turn into a massive red ball and explode. This death was foreshadowed by two Asian vampires earlier in the film.
Blade II, in which traitor Scud is blown to smithereens by a bomb believed to be a dud.
Executioners, In which Michelle Yeoh's character, after being shot with an explosive crossbow bolt which doesn't detonate, grabs the bolt and detonates it, heroically blowing herself to pieces and taking the villain's arm with her.
Final Destination 2, In which Brian is blown to bits while getting his Shish-Kebobs from the Grill. The Grill explodes causing Brian to explode into many pieces. After the mom freaks out, Brian's arm lands right in front of her.
The Fury, in which a character is killed when a girl mentally makes him explode.
Flesh & Blood, in which a bomb made from a wine barrel explodes too soon after the fuse is lit, killing the soldier who was placing it.
Ghost in the Shell, in which a camouflaged Major Kusanagi shoots delayed action explosive rounds into a foreign official's body. Several seconds later the rounds detonate, splattering the official's innards all over the room.
Hellboy, in which the Behemoth explodes after swallowing the titular character along with a live belt of grenades.
Jason X, in which Kinsa dies in a spaceship explosion (self-inflicted).
Land of the Dead, in which a soldier, while attempting to prime and throw a grenade, has his throwing hand hacked off by a zombie. The grenade falls to the ground, and the soldier, coiling in pain, falls on it, blowing him into pieces.
Letters from Iwo Jima, in which many Japanese soldiers commit suicide by holding activated grenades close to their body.
Live and Let Die, in which, during an underwater fight, James Bond places a compressed air bullet into the mouth of the villain Mr. Big, causing him to inflate like a balloon, float up to the ceiling and burst.
The Lost Boys, in which a vampire is pinned to a stereo system by an arrow & explodes from electrocution.
Man on Fire, in which C4 is improperly placed inside the rectum of an individual and ultimately detonated.
The Punisher (2004 film), where the Punisher chains the main villain to a car, next he places a satchel charge on the car, and sends it rolling into the parking lot full of cars. He casually walks away and pushes the charge button, and sends all the cars around the main villain into fiery explosions and roasting him in the process. The main villain dies screaming as the car drags him across the pavement, into a fire, before exploding.
Q&A, Drug dealers' yacht is blown up by Det Brennan in gasoline infested dock waters
Raising Arizona, in which the hell-biker Leonard Smalls dies when he can't get an activated hand grenade from his vest after the lead character Hi McDonnough pulls the pin.
Riki-Oh, in which Administrator Sugiyama gets shot by a gas pressured bullet which causes him to swell up like a balloon and violently explodes.
Saving Private Ryan, in which a soldier waits too long to insert a sticky bomb into a tank's track.
Saw 3, in which a bomb goes off in a room which kills Troy as he tries to get the last chain out of his mandible.
Saw V, in which Charles dies when he is left in a room set to explode. His remains are later shown.
Scream 3, in which a character lights a lighter to read a fax from the killer. The lighter sets off a gas explosion, exploding Jennifer's entire house, and the character that was in it.
Swordfish, in which two hostages are blown to smithereens by explosive belts.
The Terminator, in which a future Resistance soldier literally explodes after being shot by the cannon of a ground HK (hunter-killer) tank.
The Thing, in which a crazed Norwegian foolishly fumbles a grenade, then panics around looking for it in the snow by his helicopter. It detonates, killing him and propelling his body upward into the spinning helicopter blades. The helicopter explodes immediately afterward.
Underworld: Evolution, in which a character is stabbed by his own son, then denotates the ship with him on it.
Vertical Limit, in which several characters die from dropping, exposing to sunlight, or otherwise improperly caring for canisters of nitroglycerin.
A View to a Kill, in which the henchman Carl Mortner accidentally drops a lit explosive while in an airship, and cannot retrieve it before it explodes.
Videodrome, in which, in an attempt to reprogram Max Renn via his chest slit, Harlan's hand has been transformed into a "hand grenade", which explodes and kills Harlan.
Violent Shit 3: Infantry of Doom, the lead hero goes on a killing spree with an RPG during the climactic shootout, and the same RPG is used by one of his brothers to assassinate the lead bad guy's tyrannical father.
Wanted: Dead or Alive, in which Gene Simmons' character's head explodes after Rutger Hauer pulls the pin on a grenade stuck in his mouth.
Wrong Turn, in which the three cannibals are presumably killed after Chris fires a shotgun bullet into a gasoline tank attached to the back of a car, exploding their entire cabin (it is revealed in the end credits that only one of them actually survived)
Death by fluid extraction
The Abominable Dr. Phibes, in which Vincent Price's insane physician dispatches a victim by hypnotizing him, then draining his blood, pint by pint.
Dr. Giggles, in which the Doctor Giggles (Larry Drake) puts a liposuction pump down a woman's throat and sucks out some of her insides and siphons them into a bowl of ice cream.
The Exorcist III, in which a patient in the hospital has all his blood drained into Dixie cups lined up neatly next to his bed.
Halloween II, in which Michael Myers puts an arm pump around a nurse's arm in a hospital and cuts a tiny hole under the pump. Later, victims running from Michael enter the room, and a man slips on the blood from the drained and lifeless nurse.
Killer Klowns from Outer Space, in which various characters have bodily fluids sucked out by oversized crazy straws while encased in cotton candy coccoons.
Mindhunters, in which one of the profilers gets drugged, decapitated and has the blood drained from his entire body. The blood is then used to write a cryptic message on the walls for the remaining profilers to decipher.
Tank Girl, in which characters have all the water from their body extracted.
The Thing from Another World, in which two scientists are hung upside-down with their throats cut so their blood will be food for the monster's offspring.
The Tuxedo, in which Dr. Simms (Peter Stormare) tests his bioweapon on an underling. This deadly bacteria completely dehydrates the man within seconds, leaving him a brittle and dried-out corpse. The main villain also dies this way.
Airborne (1998), in which a man is frozen to death by liquid nitrogen venting from a ruptured pipe in a plant. His legs freeze first, snapping off at the knees and toppling him to the floor, where the rest of his body quickly succumbs.
The Day After Tomorrow, in which a helicopter pilot freezes solid in seconds upon contact with supercooled air in the eye of a hurricane.
Decoys, in which young men are seduced and then frozen from the inside out by female extra-terrestrials (an inevitable consequence of mating).
GoldenEye, in which Boris Grishenko is frozen by exploding tanks of liquid nitrogen.
Jason X, in which Jason grabs the victim's hair and submerges her face into a vat of liquid nitrogen, then slams her face onto the table, shattering it into pieces.
Mindhunters, in which a J.D. (Christian Slater) gets blasted by a ruptured tank of compressed liquid nitrogen, and then falls and breaks into many pieces.
Mortal Kombat, in which a combatant is frozen in mid-air by Sub-Zero's Ice Blast, then shatters. Later, when Sub-Zero attempts to use this same ability during a fight with Liu Kang, Kang throws a bucket of water at him; the end result is an icicle that impales Sub-Zero and freezes him, presumably to death.
Saw 3, in which Danica freezes to death in the "Ice Shower."
Death from impact with a blunt object/bludgeoning
Apocalypto, in which the character of Middle Eye has the side of his head split open by a blow from a wooden club. He then receives a killing blow to the chin. A few other characters also have their heads smashed in after they've already been mortally wounded.
Army Of Darkness in which an Oldsmobile, with careful modification, is given a large set of rotating blades which are used to smash a large group of zombiefied "Deadites".
Casino depicts brothers Nicky and Dominique Santoro brutally beaten to death with baseball bats by fellow mafioso friends.
Demon Knight, in which the Collector smashes his fist through the head of a state trooper.
End of Days, in which Satan (in the guise of a priest) punches his fist through a subordinate's head.
Escape from New York, in which Snake Plissken kills an opponent in a death match with a baseball bat studded with nails.
F/X, in which Rollie Tyler kills an assassin with a steam iron.
Gangs of New York, in which several people are killed by Monk who wields a shillelagh. Monk is later killed with his own weapon. Also, Priest Vallen is seen beating many natives to death with a stone crucifix before dying.
Gladiator, in which the head of a slave is hit by a swinging warhammer just after entering the arena.
Goodfellas, in which a character is beaten to death with a baseball bat and also stamped on repeatedly.
Heavenly Creatures, in which Honora Parker is continually smashed into the head with a half brick in a stocking, by her daughter Pauline Parker, and her daughter's best friend Juliette Hulme.
Hostel, in which a henchman has the side of his head literally dented by a child wielding a soup can.
Hot Fuzz, in which a character is beaten over the head with a blunt object. His house is then blown up, causing the body to fly out.
Irréversible, in which a man's face is repeatedly smashed by another man wielding a fire extinguisher.
Jason X, in which the character of Dallas has his head smashed against a concrete wall repeatedly by Jason.
Land of the Dead, in which Cholo beats to death a suicidal zombie with a metal spike and crushes his skull.
Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, in which a woman is killed in the opening scene by a sledgehammer to the face. A man is later killed by a swinging sledgehammer while hanging upside-down in the Sawyer family's kitchen.
Maximum Overdrive, in which a Little League baseball coach is hit in the head with a soda can shot from a "rebelling" vending machine. Another character dies when a truck hits him head-on.
Pan's Labyrinth, in which a farmer's son is smashed repeatedly in the face with a champagne bottle.
Platoon, in which Sergeant Barnes kills several men with an Army-issue shovel. Earlier, Bunny kills a Vietnamese villager with the butt of his shotgun.
Riki-Oh, in which Riki-Oh kills numerous people by punching them so hard that he literally puts holes people's stomachs, heads, etc.
Rocky IV, in which Apollo Creed is killed by a vicious punch from Ivan Drago that breaks his neck.
Shaun of the Dead, in which two zombies are bludgeoned repeatedly to death with a shovel and a cricket bat by Ed and Shaun, respectively.
Braindead, in which a priest, after dispatching numerous zombies by means of karate, is thrown onto a statue and impaled on its tip. Also, a woman is impaled by a zombie's fist through the back of her head and out of her mouth.
Bram Stoker's Dracula, in which the title character impales an enemy on his spear during an early battle sequence.
Braveheart, in which an English soldier is headbutted and thrown onto a sharpened post.
Blade II, in which Blade partially impales Jared Nomak with part of his sword. Unable to finish the job due to injuries, Nomak finishes the job himself.
Final Destination 3, in which Perry gets impaled with a flagpole. Also, Erin Ulmer is hit from behind by an automatic nail gun, which sends a dozen or so spiked-sized nails into the back of her skull and which are seen poking out of her face.
Flash Gordon, in which a character is thrown spread-eagled unto a spiked platform, is impaled and his face almost bursts.
Freddy vs. Jason, in which two characters are double-impaled on a large rusty pipe by Jason.
Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, in which Demon is impaled with a spear through an outhouse wall. Near the end, Roy falls from a barn and is impaled on a tractor harrow.
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, in which a character is thrown off a ladder and is impaled on a deck post. In an earlier scene, a character is stabbed by a harpoon gun after Jason fails to figure out how to fire the device.
Fright Night, in which "Evil" Ed Thompson is impaled on a wooden railing.
Ghost, in which a character is gruesomely impaled by falling glass.
Rambo, in which the title character shoots several enemy soldiers with arrows, one through the head.
The Rock, in which a terrorist is impaled on a pole after being shoved through a window by a rocket.
Scarecrow Gone Wild, in which one character is impaled with a volleyball net pole, and another impales himself with a crucifix.
Scream 2, in which a police officer is impaled on a sharp pole while crashing a car into a construction site, while fighting with the film's killer.
See No Evil, in which Margaret is impaled on a wall of spikes.
Serenity, in which the pilot Wash is suddenly impaled by a Reaver harpoon seconds after a rocky but successful landing of the Serenity. Also, a minor character is rendered immobile and falls on the killer's sword.
Shaka Zulu, in which many people are impaled "bottom-up" on a large pole (a death-sentence alike crucifixion)
Violent Shit 2: Mother Hold My Hand, in which Karl Jr. pins a woman to the ground with assorted knives and decapitates her with a shovel. In another scene, Karl grabs a man from behind and forces a machete through his internal organs and out his chest.
The Virgin Suicides, in which Cecilia Lisbon jumps and lands on a pointy fence outside the Lisbon home.
Virtuosity, in which the antagonist is impaled on large shards of glass.
Deep Rising, in which many people are eaten by a multi-tentacled sea creature which later excretes their skeletal remains. One man dies after being disgorged from the monster, partially digested and still conscious.
The Descent, where several characters are gruesomely eaten by crawlers.
Dreamcatcher, in which a character is eaten in a single bite by an alien, with blood spurting in all directions.
Eaten Alive (a.k.a. "Death Trap"), in which a serial killer's victims are fed to a crocodile.
Feast, in which several characters are eaten by monsters.
The Edge, in which a character is eaten alive by a grizzly bear.
Ghoulies II, in which a clown has his arm eaten by a Ghoulie, and a man had his buttocks devoured by a Ghoulie.
Grindhouse, in "Planet Terror", when Stacy Ferguson's character is eaten by a couple of infected zombies that devour her brain clean.
Hannibal, in which three characters are eaten by boars (two eaten alive, one already dead). In addition, a character has the top of his head removed and is fed a portion of his frontal lobe, the remainder of his brains being used by Hannibal Lecter to make a packed lunch.
Them!, in which many people are killed by giant ants.
Tremors, in which several people are sucked underground and are eaten by giant, sightless worms known as "graboids".
TerrorVision, in which Grampa Putterman is eaten by an alien in a living room.
The Thing, in which characters are swallowed by a shape-shifting alien.
The Vikings, in which a Viking leader is thrown into wolfpit.
Undercover Brother, Feather jumps on the helicopter to escape. Over the ocean, Undercover Brother throws his afro picks at Feather, impaling him in the buttocks and causing him to lose his grip on his helicopter, as a shark jumps from the water and eats him.
You Only Live Twice, in which Blofeld sends one of his henchmen into a pool filled with piranha, and Bond throws another Blofeld henchman into the same pool at the end of a fight.
Zombi 2, in which victims of the zombies are graphically eaten.
Bad Boys II, in which Mike Lowrey shoots a Haitian man in the eye as he is looking through a hole.
Battle of Britain, in which various Luftwaffe pilots are shot through the eyes with machine guns.
The Battleship Potemkin, in which a mother is shot through her glasses by Tsarist soldiers during "The Odessa Steps" sequence (This scene is rather iconic and has been imitated in several films, including some entries on this list).
The Beyond, in which a woman's eye is gouged with a large wooden splinter.
Donnie Darko, in which "Frank" is shot in the eye by Donnie.
D-Tox, in which the wife of FBI Agent Jake Malloy (Sylvester Stallone) dies when she looks through a peep-hole in her frontdoor, and the murderer uses a drill to impale her eye.
Eraser, in which a railgun sniper in a crane is shot through his own scope with by a character with a traditional sniper rifle on the ground.
Evil Aliens, in which a farmer has his eyes poked out by an alien.
The Evil Dead, in which the main charactar gouges out the eyes of a possessed friend.
Flesh & Blood, in which a marauder is stabbed through the eye by a spear and dies.
Flyboys, in which the main character shoots the German ace in both eyes with his "suicide" pistol in mid-flight.
Final Destination 2, in which Evab Lewis is impaled through his right eye by a falling fire escape ladder.
The Fog (1980 film), in which one of the fishermen on the Seagrass has both eyes stabbed out by a zombie leper.
The Faculty, in which both Professor Furlong (Jon Stewart) and the Queen Alien are killed by stabbing vials of caffeine in their eyes.
Friday the 13th Part 3, in which Vera is shot through the eye with an arrow. Later, Jason squeezes Rick's head until his eyes pop out.
Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, in which a girl is stabbed in the eyes with a pair of shears. Later when her boyfriend returns, the killer wraps his belt around his eyes and pulls until they bleed.
Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood, in which Kate has a party horn jammed into her eye by Jason (Gore was cut from this scene to get an "R" rating, but this can be seen in its entirety as an extra on the Friday the 13th: From Crystal Lake to Manhattan boxset. The picture quality is very poor).
The Godfather, in which casino owner Moe Green is shot through his glasses (this is reminiscent of the scene from "The Battleship Potemkin", but also probably alludes to the death of Bugsy Siegel).
See No Evil, in which Jacob Goodnight graphically and grotesquely rips out his victims' eyes and stores them in jars of liquid (holy water?).
Shaun of the Dead, in which zombie and former flatmate Pete takes a rifle blast to the right eye.
Shoot 'Em Up, in which the maint character blasts the eyes of some of his enemies with a carrot.
Sniper, in which Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger) shoots another sniper through his rifle scope (this scene, much like the one in Saving Private Ryan, was based on an actual shot taken by Gunnery Sergeant Carlos Hathcock in Vietnam).
Spencer, in which a woman and a man have there eyeballs ripped out by hand.
The Godfather, in which Luka Brazi is garroted by Salazzo. Carlo Rizzi is garroted as well by Clemenza after being forgiven by Michael, during the scene he kicks the windshield out.
GoldenEye, in which henchman Xenia Onatopp kills Canadian Admiral Chuck Farrell by crushing his chest between her legs while they are having sex. During the scene, Farrell gasps, "Xenia... I can't breathe!", and it can be inferred that he dies from compressive asphyxia.
Halloween, in which Michael Myers hides in the back seat of a car and strangles a woman who climbs into the driver's seat. Later, another girl is strangled to death with a phone cord as she is calling her friend.
House of Sand and Fog, in which Col Massoud Amir Behrani (Kingsley) commits suicide by wrapping a plastic bag around his head.
Black Rain, in which the yakuza, Sato, slices the throat of another mob associate in a restaurant.
Battle Royale, in which a student uses a sickle to slit the throats of several of her classmates.
Braveheart, featuring various violent scenes with cutting tools, knives, and swords.
Butterfly: A Grimm Love Story, in which Oliver (Thomas Kretschmann) severs Simon's penis with a knife, leaves him to bleed out in a bath tub, then takes him to a butcher's table and stabs him in the neck until he is decapitated. He is then carved and eaten.
Cabin Fever, in which one of the three homicidal hillbillies is stabbed in the head with a screwdriver.
Carrie, in which Carrie's mother is speared with numerous kitchen knives.
Chronicles of Riddick, in which Riddick jams a knife into an enemy's head and snaps the handle off, lodging the blade inside his head.
Frailty, in which the father uses a large axe (named Otis) to carry out God's will.
Freddy vs. Jason, in which several people are killed by Jason. The most notable of these is when Trey is stabbed numerous times with a machete while lying face down on a bed, then the bed is forcefully folded in half, snapping Trey's spine in two. Multiple ravers are also killed and one is even impaled with a flaming machete thrown by a flame-engulfed Jason.
Friday the 13th (film series), in which characters throughout the series are murdered with various bladed weapons, most notably Jason Voorhees' trademark machete (Gore was actually excluded from almost all of these kinds of death scenes throughout the entire series to obtain an "R" rating).
Slaughter Disc, in which Andromeda Strange commits suicide by slitting her wrist and throat with a straight razor. An undead Andromeda later kills a man by slicing his throat with the same weapon.
Spencer, in which a woman has her ears cut off. A girl has her throught slit then is stabed threw the neck with a pencil. a man is stabed in the throught with a screwdriver then gets a hachet in his farhead. Boy is stabbed in throught with knife.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003 film), in which Andy has been hanging by the skin on the back of his neck on a meat hook for hours, until his friend Erin finds him. He begs Erin to kill him, and reluctantly, she picks up a kitchen knife and stabs him in the gut.
Total Recall, in which a midget-hooker stabs Helm in a Martian bar (the shot of the knife slicing up Helm's stomach was trimmed for an "R" rating).
V for Vendetta, in which V kills most of his opponents with knives, either by slashing them or by throwing the knives at them.
Valentine, in which a character has her throat slit with a knife while hiding in a body bag in a morgue.
Venom (2005 film), in which CeCe has her neck wounded with a knife, Eric gets stabbed in the head, and Deputy Turner, Ricky, and Sean die at the hands of a crowbar.
Violent Shit 2: Mother Hold My Hand, in which Karl Jr., the lead villain murders many of his victims either with a machete or combat knife. A woman has razor wire thrown around her neck and pulled backwards, ripping her head from her shoulders. Karl staples a woman's vulva shut. Karl is slashed in the face and he staples the wound shut.
Wolf Creek, when Liz gets stabbed in the back, then her fingers and her spinal cord are severed.
Zatoichi, in which Zatoichi kills off the yakuza with his sword.
Death by violent organ removal
Apocalypto, where sacrificial victims have their hearts ripped out.
Braindead, which features several instances of this gory and elaborate death, including a man who has his entire ribcage removed from his chest and shown to him, a woman who has one of her ovaries ripped out, and a man who's entire lower half is completely skinned down to the bones.
The Cell, in which a man is disemboweled during torture.
Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV, in which many minor characters are murdered by having organs removed, while The Noxious Offender is finally killed after having his liver, colon, heart and other organs removed one-by-one.
Dark Ride, in which a mental institution doctor gets punched through the stomach and gets his intestines pulled out
Dawn of the Dead, in which several characters are violently torn apart by zombies and have their internal organs eaten.
Dead Silence, in which several characters have their tongues ripped out by Mary Shaw.
Dumb and Dumber, in which Jim Carrey (in a dream sequence) kills a karate-trained chef at a restaurant by pulling his heart out with his bare hand.
Event Horizon, in which Dr. William Weir (Sam Neil) disembowels a man by slicing him open and hanging him from the ceiling so that his organs fall out.
Evil Breed: The Legend of Samhain, in which Jenna Jameson's character's silicone implants are violently removed and then her internal organs are pulled out. Also, another character has his intestines pulled from his body through his rectum, and then is strangled by them.
Forest Gump, in which Bubba, a friend of Forest, has his intestines shot out by VC soldiers in Vietnam and later bleeds to death in Forest's arms.
Felidae (film), in which Pascal is sliced open and his guts spill out along with his intestines.
I Spit On Your Grave, in which a male character dies of blood loss due to the heroine slicing off his penis, as revenge for raping her. In the same movie, another male character is disemboweled after he begs the heroine not to kill him. He is flailing in the lake near her summer house and grabs on to the motor of her boat, only to have her restart the engine and kill him.
The Terminator, in the beginning of the film, the Terminator rips a punk's heart out after he fails to give the terminator his clothes.
Trinity Blood Genesis, in which a man is cut in half, telekinetically controlled to remove his beating heart and squish it in the palm of his hand.
The Toxic Avenger, in which the corrupted Mayor has his stomach violently torn out by the Toxic Avenger.
Turistas, in which Amy is laying on a table while having her liver, intestines, and kindneys removed, but dies when her liver is taken out.
Violent Shit, in which the lead villian, Karl, violently forces a woman on the ground and cuts her open with a knife, spilling her intestines. In the same movie, Karl murders two handymen with a hedge trimmer and strings their intestines about the forest.
Violent Shit 2: Mother Hold My Hand, in which Karl's son, under the instruction of his mother, forces hooks into a man's testicles and drags him about before his testes finally give in.
Deaths by other means
These are deaths that do not necessarily fit into the above categories, and are usually deaths that involve mysterious methods (not through means available in real life).
Alien (film series), where several people are killed by chestbursters: when an alien breaks out of a person's chest after they have been implanted with eggs. Many others are killed by the Alien's signature "tongue", a second mouth that can shoot out and pierce a human skull.
Braindead, featuring numerous deaths, including a girl whose head is ripped in two by a zombie baby burrowing inside from behind.
Cabin Fever, where several characters die from a flesh-eating virus.
Dark Ride, in which Liz is beaten to death and thrown against a wall
Date Movie, in which a man shoots himself in the head with a nail gun because he can't take Julia's horrible striptease.
Dead Heat, death by reanimation. The main antagonist kills himself. Not satisfied with this end, the protagonists re-animate him, bringing him back to life. Then he is re-reanimated, which causes a violent and bloody explosion.
Dune in which the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen removes the heart plug of a servant and drinks his blood.
Ghost Ship, in which a character is struck by flying debris and inexplicably explodes.
The Grudge, when numerous people fall victims to the deadly curse in different ways.
Halloween III, in which a little boy's head turns into pile of maggots underneath a Halloween mask.
House of Wax, featuring a character being incapacitated by having both his achilles tendon and pectoral muscles severed, then being boiled alive in hot wax; he later has part of his face removed with an axe.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Elsa Schneider hangs perilously over an abyss with Indiana holding her gloved hands. She rips one of her hands free to reach for the Holy Grail below her, instead of letting him pull her up. As she is reaching, the glove on her other hand starts slipping off. Right as Elsa is about to grasp the chalice with her gloved fingers, her other hand is undone from its glove. Elsa plunges into the abyss of nothingness, destroyed by her greed.
The Lost Boys, in which one of the vampires is impaled on an arrow, which goes through his chest and into the stereo behind him, causing loud music to play while he is electrocuted. 'Death by stereo' as one of the characters puts it.
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, in which a madman decides to slice the tires of a speeding truck. As his arm gets caught, he's quickly twisted, mangled up around the wheel.
Marked for Death, in which the villain Screwface has his eyes gouged out, his back broken over Steven Seagal's knee, and is thrown out of a tall building's window, only to land on a sharp pole, impaling him. It is unclear which of these killed him.
A Nightmare on Elm Street, death by carnivorous bed: Glen Lantz (Johnny Depp) is sucked into his double bed and (presumably) minced, judging by the high volumes of blood that fountain out from the bed once Glen has disappeared.
Reeker, in which Cookie (Arielle Kebbel) is killed by having a motorized drain-cleaning brush inserted into her vagina by the monster, who is hiding in an outhouse toilet.
Saw 2, in which Addison puts both of her hands through a box that has razors near two openings big enough for her hands. She dies off screen, but it is clear that she dies of severe blood loss, from the razors cutting into her wrists.
Saw 3, in which a man is graphically killed by slowly having his limbs and head twisted 360 degrees by a cross type device.
Slither, in which Brenda is impregnated with parasites by the Grant monster. She becomes an enormous blob with an unstoppable compulsion to eat meat, who then explodes due to 27,000 slithering parasites fighting their way out. Many other characters in this movie die due to parasites burrowing their way into their brains.
Straw Dogs, in which a hayseed gets his head caught in a bear trap being swung by his wayward opponent.
Suicide Club, in which a group of students jump from the top of their school onto the ground below, killing all of them.
Timecop, in which the villain is killed by touching a version of himself from another time, creating a space-time paradox that causes both versions to fuse and melt into a pile of goo.
Valentine, in which the character Lily is shot in her stomach with 3 arrows, right after she falls from a 5 story building and lands in a dumpster.
Cloverfield, in which the character Marlena is bitten by a parasite-like creature and later explodes after being pulled behind a curtain. This death was foreshadowed by a scene in which Hud videotaped a soldier whose abdomen appeared to have exploded.
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