Top 10 Most Violent Superhero Movies

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These superhero movies didn’t hold back when it came to bloody violence and mayhem! WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Most Violent Superhero Movies! But what will take the top spot on our list? Will it be ‘Logan’, ‘Watchmen’, or ‘Deadpool’? Watch to find out!

00:35 #10. “Dredd” (2012)
01:14 #9. “RoboCop” (1987)
02:06 #8. “The Crow” (1994)
02:55 #7. “The Dark Knight” (2008)
03:34 #6. “KickAss” (2010)
04:17 #5. “V for Vendetta” (2006)
05:01 #4. “Punisher War Zone” (2008)
05:43 #3, #2, #1 ????

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Violent Superhero Movies

  1. I just knew Watchmen would be Number 1 it still one of my favorites Disappointed that Blade is just an honorable mention but the Watchmen and Blade was some of first R Rated superhero movies that made big box office money with the exception of the Matrix (which strangely not on this list).

  2. The Dark Knight doesn’t belong on here. The majority of violence takes place off screen and it’s pg-13… Blade should’ve taken it’s spot.

  3. 6:10 Did anyone notice the claw holes were already there before he impales the guy’s head? Then when he pulls his claws out, they didn’t edit out the claws coming out of the wall, and they still linger there?

  4. @7:57 (srs, no joke) The Comedian wasn’t a rapist. You had to read the book carefully. It was ‘consensual rough sex’, extreme role-play. Silk Spectre loved it rough, as Comedian liked dishing it out as such. Even when the ‘act’ was interrupted by that Hooded hero (forgot the name), he misunderstood what was happening, and the Comedian laughed saying “Is this what you like, does it get you hot!”. Other hints throughout the movie/novel also involves Silk Spectre’s “kinky” side when during the present time she was reading a Spanish comic-porno of herself in front of her daughter.

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