Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 36 years old.
Inspired by the fictional Dr. Heiter, disturbed loner Martin dreams of creating a 12-person centipede and sets out to realize his sick fantasy.
Having just sat through what is almost certainly one of the most disgusting films ever made, and arguing with one person defending it, I have mulled over The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) for much longer than it deserves. My conclusion is very simple: it is a gigantic, messy gore wank.
About as delightful as having a chunk of dry shit stuck to the hairs on the crack of your ass, this film is an inexorable 91-minute slog through some of the most vile, horrid images ever committed to mainstream celluloid. Not only does it take full advantage of some audience members' desire for boundary-pushing torture porn, it delivers its result in stark black-and-white, which is what angers me more…
There will be swearing.
I feel I first need to explain why I watched this movie. Curiosity. The first film was disgusting, pushing the boundaries of gore and, well, tolerance. It was a sick film, but was unambiguous as to what it was. It was trashy gore, at points effective, but mostly redundant. This was apparently even more disgusting, so I got kind of curious to check it out.
This film fucking pisses me off. It is one big fucking ego trip made by someone who must be one of the most vile, narcisistic people to ever work in film. He's probably a peach in real life, but as a director, Tom Six is a self-indulgent wanker.
The unforgivable thing…
The cinematic equivalent to the biggest cunt on the planet.
Satan made this movie.
I'm convinced this is literally the spawn of Satan.
I could go on and on why this is up there with being the worst film ever made, but I refuse to give Tom Six and that weird looking cross between a fish eyed turtle and The Penguin from Batman ANY satisfaction.
Let's just pretend this never existed...please.
This movie makes me smile.
Tom Six = Professional Cunt.
Someone should attach Tom Six's mouth to his own anus, not quite a centipede, but would make total sense.
In the first "Human Centipede" movie, a young woman found herself sewn mouth-to-anus by a sadistic surgeon with two other victims. Every cloud has a silver lining. In "The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)" we meet the same actress (Ashlynn Yennie), and from what we can judge she survived that ordeal with little permanent facial damage.
Despite what must have been an unhappy professional experience, Miss Yennie is a trouper, and soon after the beginning of "Human Centipede 2" she optimistically looks forward to what she thinks will be a meeting with Quentin Tarantino. I can imagine her letter home: "Hi Mom and Dad! Thanks for not seeing my first movie! I've got great news! Tarantino wants to consider me!"…
jesus this movie did a lot wrong. it was in black and white for one, name one good movie that's in black and white. plus it pulled the whole "this was all a dream" bullshit in a movie that totally did not need that at all. it was creepy and weird but it was also trying really hard to be creepy and weird. god i hope part 3 isnt any worse, im out of stars to not give
An experience. Parody or the work of a mental case? Stomach churning cinema.
Well, this movie is a lot of things. It's been a while since a movie shocked me the way this one does. The first was ridiculous, where can it go? Well, meta and grayscale, apparently. "Reprehensible, dismaying, ugly, dismal, nauseating and an affront to any notion, however remote, of human decency, yet bizarrely artful." It's "sick, disgusting and vile. It's also demonically funny, stylish and ingenious." "The enormous shift between [Six's] first and second film and the technical skill he displays (notably in his superb sound design) suggests he has much to offer beyond the self-imposed limitations of his bum-to-gum oddities." The main character is one of the creepiest and most revolting I've seen.
I didn't watch all of this. I lasted 30 minutes. I had read some Letterboxd reviews, I knew it wasn't going to be a skip through a meadow of wild flowers. I rarely turn films off, I will wander away, I'll get distracted but rarely switch them off to get them off the screen. I did with this. I'm not a wimp, I'm no horror film lightweight, I am a huge horror fan, a horror pusher and defender, so it wasn't just the vileness, the gore the 'oh the humanity'; it's just utter shite. Pretentious wank. Boring, pretentious wank. Unnecessary, boring, pretentious, wank. Did I say boring? I meant tedious. And it thinks it's clever, that's what is really annoying…
Never felt so sick at a film before. I'm fine with gore, I laughed at the first one because of the overacting & ridiculousness of it, but this film is just obscene. Do yourself a favour & don't watch it.
Tom Six you're disguisting. You've reached my limits. This is the most graphically violent movie I've ever seen, and I regret every second of it. Besides the quality gore-effects nothin left to enjoy. Just violent act after violent act. It gets more and more disguisting to the end. Hard to watch. Not to watch. Shame on you Six! What are you trying to tell us? Is this entertainment? No.
I wanted to give this a chance and quite liked the almost dialogue-free first half hour, but then it runs up against some big problems:
1. People start talking, and you start missing the silent half hour.
2. Martin is actually the protagonist, on a quest to realise his dream in the face of a hostile world. It seems as if we're supposed to sympathise with him, but this is impossible given his actions. Perhaps we're meant to think Martin's victims deserve their fate in some way, but the characterisation is way too sparse for that to work.
3. The antagonist is the first Human Centipede film, which wields a hypnotic power over Martin. How on earth can you read this as anything other than a bizarre swipe at both the fans of the original and horror in general?
4. Ten people having a poo does not a climax make.
Okay, so I ended up watching this straight after I'd watched the first Human Centipede film. I kind of wish I hadn't, but I guess I got them both out of the way. Anyway, well, this film is just horribly acted, pretentiously filtered in black and white and a big heap of stinky, bloody shit. I don't understand the point of it being made. At least with the first one, there was some vague indicator of okay acting, but...
Basically, this movie is set in London this time, and for some reason, this means that the acting has to be even more ridged and unbelievable. The main character is this mentally disabled, obsessive, mute(??) car park attendant, named Martin, is…
Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 36 years old.
Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…