The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)
100% medically INaccurate.
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.
What a seriously horrible film, it was simply disgusting and disturbing but there was very little merit in it. I think that Tom Six is an excellent director and I look forward to seeing other films by him but think he went too far with this film and simply went out to see how shocking he could be and he succeeded but I don't like it.
Martin is vilest monster ever put to screen. In that regard, The Human Centipede 2 is a success... but that is not a compliment.
Tom Six wants to make you suffer and make you feel miserable about yourself. Swamped with horrid acts of violence, human depravity, and sexual humiliation -this is the equivalent of drinking the water at the bottom of a toilet. The sad thing here is though that Six does feel like a filmmaker that could create something strikingly original within the horror genre but seems obsessed with pissing off as many people as possible with this egotistical endeavour - you do genuinely feel that Six is laughing right in our faces. He's that one, lone person at…
Sick. Uninspired. Has no place in the film canon as far as I am concerned - it is disappointing that IFC decided to take the project forward.
The worst part is that it's attempt to provide a shred of sympathy for the lad at the centre of this mess fails so bad as to be laughable. Embarrassing.
Could someone tell me how to rate a film 0 stars?
Wants to be Eraserhead. Wants to be Psycho. Ends up being a big ole porno.
Also: how does acting school prepare one for appearing in a centipede? Is it worth including the centipede position number along with your character name on your CV? Is it ethical to work as a centipede handler on a film that taints your insect of choice by association? These are the important questions.
This movie made me want to murder Tom Six for ever making this and then it made me want to kick myself in the face for ever buying it. At least the first one was somewhat enjoyable and had redeeming qualities. This one? Not even close.
der erste Teil war verstörend, aber hatte Spannung und mit Dr. Heiter einen großartig gespielten Psychopathen.
Der zweite Teil bietet eigentlich nur noch grausamen Inszenierte brutale Ekelszenen und es ist schon eine Kunst ganz bis zum Ende durchgehalten zu haben.
Den einen Stern gibt es für ein paar nette Einfälle.
Bleibt nur zu hoffen, dass der dritte Teil nicht auch so eine Aneinanderreihung von Grausamkeiten wird.
Empfehlen kann ich den wirklich niemandem, Nichtmal großen Fans von Teil1.
Another failed attempt at being a gross and horrifying movie. I wasn't impressed what so ever. It was entirely in black and white aside from the shit scene which I find stupidly ridiculous. I was more than pissed at the main characters failure to breathe properly. I was so fucking pissed at this movie the entire time but I have rewatched it a few times and I guess I have to kudos to Tix Six for at least trying to make people grossed out by it.
A film that could be filed in the same cabinet of thought experiments unfortunately made real, like Gus Van Sant's faithful-except-for-the-parts-that-aren't remake of Psycho, The Full Sequence finally delivers on the promise of, well, whatever it was that a lot of people were hoping for with the first film. It's 87 minutes of a steadily escalating series of obscenity so horrific, so beyond the pale, so revolting that the only thing more surprising about the lengths that the film goes to top itself is how dull it gets on its way there. That isn't necessarily to say that it's not going to disturb a lot of people, but there comes a point where you just get wise to what it's…