Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
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.
I can't give this film a rating because it's not a film. A film made to disgust, cannot possibly be classed as one. Horrible.
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,…
Fuck you curiosity...fuck you
As the old saying goes, "Like watching a car crash, It hurts to watch but you can't look away", The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) is intriguing but for all the wrong reasons.
☆ If you'd like to see your breakfast, lunch or dinner (depending on the time of day) for the second time today, slip this little number into your preferred media player without delay.
☆ If you'd like to know what it feels like to sit with your head in the toilet, inches away from fresh excrement for around an hour and a half, this film could present a convenient substitute.
☆ If watching elderly relatives engage in an extended session of fornication, akin to that of Neotantra,…
As you may know, I was forced to watch the first film in this franchise. I was extremely disappointed with the first HC as it lacked heart. I was not emotionally invested at all. The characters lacked any depth and personality yet the sequel quickly completely rights its wrongs. HC2 is an intense and intimate film that plays out more like a black comedy rather than a dark and gritty horror/torture porn film. I was completely invested in Martins tale of anger, redemption and obsession. Martin is a tragic hero portrayed masterfully by the brilliant Laurence R.Harvey. The sheer and disturbing emotion Harvey brings to the table is perfectly blended with Six's unnerving direction which will not only shock you…
I enjoyed this "cheeky" sequel, admittedly though, not as much as the original. The graphic nature of this one, inevitable reduced the psychological mind fucking that the first film gave in spades (it left you with many unpleasant thoughts to ponder). It has it's moments, but it's a bit of an "eye roller" at times.
One of the most unpleasant 90 minutes I have put myself through.
This was so bad I couldn't even finish it.
"Stop them tears. You're just making daddy's willy harder."
No i do not think this is a 3.5 star movie. However, i couldn't help but be disgusted and shocked repeatedly throughout this film, and for the sole reason that the scenes depicted managed to shock me, i found myself enjoying the film (to an extent) and so, while the movie is pretty horrible, the extreme nature of the scenes mean that it receives a higher rating than it deserves.
I understand why this film had to be made in black and white. This film would never have received a rating if it had been in colour. All of the blood and other liquids filling the screen, along with the horrific…
The Human Centipede is a sick idea showcased through a simple - if not outright daft - tale of abduction and torture. The first film was simple and spartan, but surprisingly not as trashy as you'd expect; its horror was exuded best through the power of suggestion.
Well, in this follow-up, director Tom Six decides to try and top himself (if not every other gorefest film available). He goes all-out and shows absolutely no restraint. This time, the human centipede is extended to twelve poor individuals. And this time, it's not a well-equipped doctor doing the operation - it's a layman who uses blunt and merciless methods to kidnap his victims and eliminate everybody in his way. He then goes…
The original Human Centipede movie was a splashy underground hit. But it was this follow up that really seemed to explode in the American consciousness. In 2011 two things happened: this movie released and South Park satirized the concept.
The weird thing is that the South Park episode released early in the year, this movie released late in the year. At least, according to Wikipedia dates. Whether the South Park episode was finally touching on the original Human Centipede movie (2009), or whether they were preempting the eventual Human Centipede 2, that episode (which also tackled Apple) firmly entrenched both movies as a phenomenon.
The first HC movie was fine enough for what it was. It set up a mad…
Dude, this is almost pretty good. I think the lack of awful dialog that plagued the first film is a remarkable improvement. Add to that the black and white aesthetic and some decidedly non-PC gore, and I'm kinda surprised this didn't pick up more of a cult following.
- Night of the Living Dead
- Night of the Living Dead
- Dawn of the Dead
- Dawn of the Dead
- Day of the Dead
- Pulp Fiction
- Dead Snow
Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 37 years old.
- Schramm: Into the Mind of a Serial Killer
- Love Exposure
- Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
- Tetsuo: The Iron Man
- Father's Day
Movies in which a cock is destroyed.
In anticipation of my upcoming short film, "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome", I've organized…