The guy that gets covered in toxic waste in Robocop then Boddicker drives into him and he just explodes into a thin, fleshy paste.
The curb stomp scene from American History X. One of the few death scenes that have been burnt into my mind.
I remember being horrified as a kid at the scene in Alien Resurrection when the hybrid alien gets sucked through the tiny hole.
The dogs in the pen in John Carpenter's The Thing. Poor little guys didn't have a chance.
Schindler's List, when the guy was shooting at people off his balcony. Creepy.
Saving Private Ryan when Pvt Mellish was stabbed towards the end during hand to hand combat.
I recently watched it again, which I do every few years, but this time I realized just how fucking brutal, realistic, and terrible that scene was. ugh....
Possibly the opening death scene in Jaws. I've seen the movie several times but watched it for the first time on BluRay and then again recently in 4K. Pretty gruesome and you can hear the panic in the girl's breathing and her yelling "It hurts, it hurts!"
Not terrifying now, but I was terrified as a kid watching Raider of the Lost Ark where those guys had their [faces melt off](https://i.ytimg.com/vi/n2ZpsbGr7s8/hqdefault.jpg)
When Todd killed Andrea in Breaking Bad. Fuck you Todd.
The scene from one of the saw series where the cop was crushed to death between the walls that were moving in because he didn't trust the guy enough to get in the capsule to save his life.
Because I have severe panic attacks and rooms can be cathedral size, yet still close in around me.
It's fucking scary and real
**Silent Hill** - When pyramid head rips the skin off that girl and throws it at the church. That scene is badass.
The Mellish death [scene] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uW9Q1cm_Tnw&app=desktop) from [Saving Private] (http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0120815/) [Ryan] (https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/assets.jonahryannh.prd/app/uploads/2016/05/JonahCampaignSign.jpg). It's so real and sad.
Probably not the most terrifying but the one that I keep remembering in the weirdest situations.. Zara from Jurassic World. It was horrible for a person that did (almost) nothing wrong and therefore shouldn't suffer so much... She was on the phone while she was supposed to watch for those (stupid) kids.. she was planning her wedding god dammit..
One that always made me a bit queasy is from the first season of Netflix's Daredevil. When the Kingpin beheads the Russian brother by repeatedly closing the car door on his neck.
How has nobody mentioned the bottle scene from Pan's Labyrinth? I have seen that movie exactly once and will never see it again because of that scene. The murderer does at least get an extremely poetic punishment.