Birdie. Disturbing in a Kubrick way. Like a more intense Eyes Wide Shut. Not a horror film in the common sense of that description. It was beautifully shot with a sense of doom and suspenseful, sickening fates for characters you don’t even know, or have to know. Not mindless torture or gross shocks like the ‘Hostel’ series. This was more elegant and disturbing.
A couple weeks ago I was hitting some balls at the range (at the Club where I am a member) and I was watching these three younger guys coming up the 9th fairway (par 5 with water and island green). I watched one guy hit what I think was 8 or 9 balls into the water from about a 100 yards. After hitting his last ball in the drink, he threw his club into the pond. His buddies were on the green laughing at him. He then drove his cart towards the green and missed the front of the bridge and slammed the cart into corner of the bridge...smashed up the front of the cart. They were not members...I don't think they will be invited back. I thought it was hilarious. On a side note...I too have "helicoptered" a couple wedges into ponds in the past.