As Seen In: Inside (2007)
It's a moment so gruesome, so get-the-fuck-out-of-here, that there's not a single still image available online. Our guess: No one wanted to stomach the scene again to freeze-frame a snapshot. We can't blame them. Proving that writers/directors Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo are fearless and crazy bastards, the climax of the French knockout, Inside, is the culmination of 70 minutes' worth of "They're not going to go there" speculation. Except they do.
The film's premise is straightforward: An enigmatic and psychotic woman, dressed in all black, breaks into a grieving pregnant lady's home on Christmas Eve night to steal the unborn baby from her womb. And she's armed with scissors for the majority of the movie's running time. And she hacks her way through the homeowner's mother, boss, three police officers, and one arrestee. But then, she's just left with poor Sarah (Alysson Paradis). And she's not actually going to cut Sarah open, right?
Wrong. The intruder carves Sarah open like a pumpkin and pulls the fetus out of the now-dead Sarah. Maury and Bustillo don't miss a moment. Just one of the many reasons why Inside is arguably the best horror movie of the last 10 years.