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‘Human Centipede 2′: Grossest Flick Ever?

Why is this jolly guy smiling? 'Cause he's seen the 'Human Centipede 2' Trailer and you haven't, that's why.

If there was one thing the world was clamoring for, it was a lesson in psychology and film studies to go alongside its ass-to-mouth torture porn.

Director Tom Six returns with the sequel to his somehow irresistibly vile puke-inducer, “The Human Centipede,” adding a self-awareness to the film that shows Six knows just how insanely disgusting he had made the original.

In this sequel — which had advancing screening attendees literally vomiting in the aisles — a bug-eyed sociopath becomes obsessed with the first film and seeks to create his own human centipede, which is 12 humans conjoined, rear ends to mouth, sewn together to make one scatological nightmare.

Knives, hammers, screams, bearded psychologists, worried mothers and barren warehouses mark the two minute trailer for “The Human Centipede 2 [Full Sequence],” which can be enjoyed by the whole family on October 7th. Except in England, where it is banned. Here’s Scott Weinberg, columnist from The Guardian, to explain why:

As a relative fan of the first film, I sat down with Part II expecting … something crazy, gross, and potentially enjoyable. What I got was an hour of sweaty boredom and then 30 minutes of grungy, filthy, visceral misery. A plotless, ugly, grating mess that exists for pure shock value and nothing else. It’s a dreary slog through one man’s frankly obnoxious obsession with our basest and messiest bodily functions. And while it sucks to give Tom Six the press he clearly desires, this is easily one of the most disgusting films ever made.

Here’s the trailer (good luck…you’re on your own):

Source:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/27/human-centipede-2-trailer_n_983176.html


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