Close enough. People live. People die.
the scene in particular is “good” because it is difficult to watch. They are crawling through a tunnel on top of bones and I think it was just well done how when he tries to struggle things tighten up on him, like a Chinese finger puzzle - till he is filled with panic energy but has no way to release it. The mood and environment before it was set pretty well, and the scene is very long or feels that way - Not in a boring way, but in a painful way. Did see a couple of people walk out. In the film they actually get him free so that he can die at a later time.
I think it is disturbing as it is much more realistic than the rest of the film. When Satan ( or what ever) is chasing you it is easier to disbelieve, but when it is a believable issue it can draw you in. It may have just been right time and right place for me.
Do you remember the submarine film “Gray Lady Down” - I think with Heston. There is a scene in that where a couple of guys sacrifice themselves in a flooding compartment so that others can escape. After the hatch is closed and he believes they are dead, Heston makes the mistake of looking back through a portal, only to see they are still swimming around and holding their breath. It was disturbing like that.