Introduction: Movies broadcast on television should be categorized based on the extent of aggressive content and those with a high degree of violence should not be broadcast.Method: The research is a short-period laboratory and experimental study in which 100 Isfahan University students registered voluntarily. The students were asked to watch seven Iranian movies, rank all movies on a scale of aggressive reaction and violence, and subsequently fill Keppra irritability, Mehrabian preventive irritability, and Bass-Darky Verbal Aggressiveness Scale.Results: Movies with a high degree of violence caused more irritability; stimulus barrier in such aggressive movies was more visible, bore less invasion, and was more common among female than male. Multi-variant data analysis in grading violence and aggressive reflection on them proves that either the type of movies or irritability was meaningful. Moreover, we concluded that the type of movies interacted with stimulus barrier, and the effects of multi-interaction of sexuality and stimulus barrier have been meaningful.Conclusions: We concluded that encountering stimulus barrier in movies was an effective intervention in decreasing violence and it was possibly available through training. However, it is unlikely for irritability with its trail and characteristics to have an effective role.