Here’s a cheery image: the first pic from Tom Six‘s third film in the Human Centipede series: Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence]) The shock here may be that the image doesn’t even feature a hint of humans sewn together end-to-end. And while the jail setting doesn’t look all that inviting, it’s a lot better than pretty much anything seen in the second film.
As you can see from the shot, the star of the original film, Dieter Laser, returns for this one, and Laurence R. Harvey, star of the second, is on board as well. The full shot is below. Read More »
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Posted on Friday, September 14th, 2012 by Angie Han
My favorite Sequel Bits are the ones with a little something for everyone, like this one. After the jump:
- Lindsay Lohan tries to get out of Scary Movie 5
- Looks like Adele will be singing the Skyfall theme
- Human Centipede 3 will have a 500-person chain
- Lydia Hearst boards Cabin Fever: Patient Zero
- Breaking Dawn Part 2 tickets to go on sale in October
- See the Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning trailer
- Maggie Grace goes on the run in a new Taken 2 clip
- Paul W.S. Anderson would do a sixth Resident Evil
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Every once in a while the production of a film mutates from a collaborative, sometimes combative effort into a bit of a legal mess. Evidently that is where Tom Six‘s Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) is headed. Six recently trumpeted that Dieter Laser, who played the insane surgeon of the first film, would return for the threequel.
But in an all-caps tweet this morning, Six proclaimed that he was preparing to sue Laser, soon following up with some details: “An actor who demands his own script changes which I as the THC creator didnt like. It was his way or the highway after he signed a contract!”
So can we take this to mean that Laser found something offensive in the script that Six has promised will see the creation of a five-hundred person long ass-to-mouth chain of craziness? Isn’t ‘offensive’ the whole point? Read the production’s official response to the situation below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 by Angie Han
Disgusting as the Human Centipede franchise is, I’ve gotta hand it to director Tom Six. Most sequels try to go bigger and better, but few try to go 50 times bigger. After the jump:
- Tom Six says Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) will feature a 500-person chain
- Rodrigo Santoro talks 300 2, or whatever they end up calling it
- Joss Whedon continues to spill his thoughts on a potential Avengers 2
- In case you were still wondering, no, there are no plans for a Green Hornet 2
- Skyfall set pics reveal a familiar-looking car and a handsome-looking Bond
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When Tom Six released his second Human Centipede film last year, he cemented his horror series as the subset of movies that a good many people love to hate. While the first film features a demented doctor (Dieter Laser) who sews three people together end to end, the black and white sequel features a damaged butterball (Laurence R. Harvey) who is so taken with the first film that he performs (or perhaps dreams of performing) his own demented surgery, and on an even grander scale than that of the original.
Now Six is prepping Human Centipede Part 3 (Final Sequence). His sister and producer Ilona Six makes this third film sound like it will continue the meta-commentary tendencies of the second, as it will feature the return of Laser and Harvey, and director Tom Six will play a part as well. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, October 6th, 2011 by Angie Han
After all the buzz and controversy surrounding Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)‘s “banned in Britain” status, director Tom Six and the British Board of Film Classification have finally reached an agreement that will allow the film to be screened in the UK after all. Six has made 32 cuts totaling two minutes and 37 seconds to his film, and the new version is apparently toned down enough that the BBFC has deemed it acceptable for viewers 18 and up. More details after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, September 26th, 2011 by Angie Han
Man, I wish I hadn’t grabbed a snack right before I sat down to start working this story. Very poor planning on my part. The full-length theatrical trailer for Tom Six‘ The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) has dropped, and, well, if you’ve so much as heard of The Human Centipede (First Sequence), you know what to expect. Watch the trailer after the jump.
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Really, there was no better, more foul movie to officially kick of Fantastic Fest 2011 than The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence. Directed by Tom Six, it’s the follow-up to the controversial 2009 film and the screening on Thursday in Austin was the film’s world premiere. If you are unfamiliar with The Human Centipede, its premise is right there in the title. Humans are attached to each other, mouth to backside, to create one long being. In the first film, a doctor did this with three people. In Full Sequence, a fan of that film does it with upwards of a dozen people.
The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence is unbelievably graphic, nauseating and disgusting. But is it any good? I spoke with Ryan Turek of Shock Till You Drop (because, who better?) about the film immediately following the screening and you can watch our reaction in a video blog after the jump. Read More »
One of the most intentionally controversial movies of the year is Tom Six‘s The Human Centipede 2 [Full Sequence]. Almost no one has seen the film outside of the UK Film Board, which famously refused a rating for the movie, but it premieres tonight at Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX. In advance of the two screenings this evening, we’ve got the debut of the creepy and more than slightly disturbing one-sheet from IFC Midnight.
No matter what you think about the first film, or what you assume about the sequel, you might have to admit that this vaguely HR Giger-inspired design is a great way to sell the sequel. Check it out in full below. Given the subject matter, some might consider this not safe for work. Read More »