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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.
Fuck you curiosity...fuck you
When I watched the first film, The Human Centipede (First Sequence) I absolutely loathed it. I put off watching the sequel for almost a year and a half. I guess I just decided enough time has passed for me to cool off from watching the first film.
I often mention how a sequel can be a "typical downgrade" where everything is just below standard in comparison to its predecessor. Well, once seeing a 3 out of 5 star rating, you can surmise that I thought The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) is vastly superior to the first film and an atypical upgrade.
Everything the first film was criticized for is exploited to the nth degree here. The acting is primal,…
"The Human Centipede was just a movie!"
There's a scene in The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) where the fat mentally disabled wannabe surgeon (basically anybody that liked the first film according to Tom Six) injects liquid laxative into the asses of every person in the human centipede, and the after effect is everybody pooping in all different directions. That is the most disgusting thing I have ever seen in cinema.
The Human Centipede 2 takes everything you love about a good film, whether that be a fantastic story, progressive character development, or thrilling scenes; and throws it in a trash compactor.
This film is just Tom Six saying "I can make the grossest film ever, and it doesn't have to be entertaining in the least!"
Okay Tom, we get it.
Poop is gross.
what the fuck...
this movie is pretty much an hour and 27 minutes of complete and cringe-worthy childish violence with no artistic or aesthetic purpose.
I wanted to turn this off the entire time and i really should have.
I don't think this movie understands that this amount violence is acceptable in movies when it is serving an aesthetic purpose.
You can't just dream up the dumbest ways to make someone wanna claw their eyeballs out and expect that to be good enough.
I just can't do this anymore. I'm taking a break from movies for a couple years.
When the first Human Centipede was released, I eagerly tracked it down simply to witness the bizarre spectacle. Coming out the other end of that movie (no pun intended), I was surprised to find that it wasn't just a gross out exploitation film. It actually serves as a really interesting, albeit unusual take on a hostage film. Rather than relying on stomach-turning imagery to get a rise out of it's audience, it instead provides a series of very tense sequences of suspense. It is at all times relatively strange, but that doesn't change the fact that it is fairly restrained when you consider how strange the elevator pitch for the film is.
Cut to this sequel and what do we…
I don't know what I expected but I know what I got. Not thrilled about it.
Want to watch a disgusting person do disgusting things for an hour and a half? Well then have I got the movie for you.
The better if the three, starting with the way it relates to the first one. Laurence Harvey is delightfully creepy and the use of color in an otherwise black and white film adds to the gross factor.
The three quarters of this movie is outstanding. A marvellous character study of an odd loner, parking garage attendant Martin, who is completely obsessed with the first movie. Bit by bit he slowly captures people for his own centipede experiment.
It wouldn't work half as well where it not for the insanely grimy and creepy embodiment of Martin, as played by Laurence Harvey. He has this odd physicality in body shape and with googly eyes; but it's more than that, he just oozes the repulsiveness of the character, and unless I missed it, he does all this without saying a single word. Greatest in this section is the interaction between Martin and his Mother, which plays out like a really…
Surprisingly, I kinda liked this..it interested me more than the other two installments.
I don't really have much to say. It's pretty bad and not a whole lot of thought went into the concept it seems, though it strikes me more as just "whatever" than out and out bad.
I really pushed myself out of my comfort-zone for this one. I remember my ex talking about it when it came out and I was genuinely horrified at the thought of it's content. But a stronger, more objective me sat down after making it through the first sequence and I genuinely thought it was a screwed-up brilliant mess. Horror films rarely leave an impact on me, but the sheer sadistic nature really left a mark on my desensitised soul. I liked the contrasting style of the film to the original as Six goes for a different tone this time around. Thought it had a interesting meta storyline as well; particularly enjoyed Ashlynn Yennie's characterisation of herself.
Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 38 years old.