The most disturbing YouTube videos of all time

"What has been seen, cannot be unseen."

Disturbing

Rubber Johnny's Interview

Chris Cunningham's greatest/darkest moment.

Random YouTube comments:

"Marilyn Manson has nothing on this kind of dark imagery."

"This sends a shiver through my neck."

"Don't watch this if you're trippin balls."

Cuica Solo

Watch on as a man tunelessly throttles a cuica for what feels like 3000 years. We're pretty sure nobody has ever made it to the end of this video and lived to tell the tale.

Random YouTube comments:

"This is kind of a personal ritual that Serial killers do before the action."

"I think he has a cat inside the cuica."

"I have no idea how the cameraman can film this without laughing or running for his life."

"This video makes me feel depressed and weird.... I wish I had never found it."

"I watched this for about three minutes before I realised nothing else was going to happen. It made me feel sick."

"how could we, as human beings, allow this to happen?"

"My ears have diarrhea."

"Oh my gosh, open about 10 tabs on your browser, with this song playing in each. It's like Armageddon."

"This is the creepiest thing I have ever seen in my entire life."

"Needs more cowbell."

Pink Elephants On Parade

Everyone's favourite childhood horror show is now on YouTube, scaring and scarring a whole new generation of kiddies. Behold its hallucinogenic glory and tremble.

Random YouTube comments:

"Were the creators on drugs when they made this scene? (rhetorical question)"

"This song scared me so bad I couldn't stay in the room when it was on. I used to stand by the doorway to see if I could handle it, but I always ended up running as fast as I could to the other side of the house."

"I expected to come back from this to find Dumbo had used shards of glass to cut off his own face."

"This video started freaking me out and I kept pushing pause but nothing happened till it eventually stopped at two elephants looking towards the screen. They both had a soul stealing glare."

"Something about the beginning song and the way the first elephant formed almost made me piss myself."

"I'm tripping balls man."

Czech Roll'd

All this needs is a backwards-talking dwarf and it could be straight out of a David Lynch film — especially the random weirdo at 1:59. Incidentally, they're singing about killing and eating you. [No they're not. — Ed.]

Random YouTube comments:

"They look like they're going to be executed after the show."

"This s**t is haunting my dreams..."

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