Really? A sequel? http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1810179244/video/26738863
"Martin (Laurence R. Harvey), a mentally disturbed loner that obsesses over the film The Human Centipede: First Sequence, kidnaps a group of people to create his own 'human centipede' to act out his perverse sexual fantasies. As a child Martin was sexually abused by his father. After seeing the first film he makes a portfolio of images and diagrams from the film. He then ********* using sandpaper over the film. After his mother confronts him he murders her. Martin then progressively captures more and more people from his job a car park security guard. Freaking most of his victims out by approaching and then staring at them with his unsettling sharp eyes making them aggressive, which in turn only reminds him of his father, so any thought of backing down goes as martin becomes more and more insane. After catching all twelve victims he begins to "operate" on them in an underground London cellar by hacking at them with a collection of butchers knives and tools. Once complete he fulfills his sexual fantasies including a scene involving barbed wire and it shows his **** bleeding due to several piercings of the sharp barbs. He then proceeds to vomit and grotesquely continues to ***** himself."
Looks like its being released by IFC on Oct 8th.
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I heard about this on Stern. I guess they successfully complete a 12 person human centipede. I can't wait for this.
I'm surprised by how popular "The Human Centipede" got away from the mainstream. As deranged as the premise was, I think this one is a bit "meh" as it seems to be only capitalizing on the popularity of the first one while adding in more graphic scenes and more shock value.
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I thought the first one had an interesting and twisted premise for a horror movie, but I didn't see what the big deal was - it got blown way out of proportion. This trailer actually makes it look like this one might actually deliver more shock value than the first one did and might actually be more graphic.