The Human Centipede 2 (full [EXCLUSIVE] Sequence)
Martin acquires a dingy warehouse after killing the owner and lessor, and begins abducting people to use for a twelve-person human centipede. His victims include, but are not limited to: Ian, an aggressive young man and his girlfriend Kim (who Martin is attracted to); Alan, a businessman; Tim, a rich man and his pregnant wife Rachel; Valerie and Karrie, two drunk girls who catch Martin masturbating with sandpaper; and a man named Greg.
The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)
Martin assembles his "centipede". Following his notes and sketches from The Human Centipede, Martin severs the ligaments in each person's knees to prevent them from fleeing and uses a hammer to knock out their teeth. However, Martin cuts into the buttocks of Alan too deeply, causing him to bleed to death. Instead of surgical tools, he uses a staple gun and duct tape to attach each person's lips to the next person's buttocks. During the assembly, Rachel (who was planned to be the front of the centipede in sympathy for her pregnancy) is presumed dead; Martin places her in the corner. Martin's "human centipede" is ultimately ten people long with Ashlynn in front.
Alas, we must contend with the kidnapping and battery--and the actual creation of the new human centipede, which doesn't get under way until the last twenty minutes. Leading up to this is a brilliantly funny sequence in which Martin convinces Ashley Yennie's agent that he works for Quentin Tarantino's production company. The actress flies out to London for an audition and meets her "driver", who takes her to "the set". In playing a version of herself, Yennie amps up the Vacuous American Tourist routine she played so irritatingly well in Part One. It's hard to imagine a twisted sitcom scene in the middle of a movie like this, but there it is. And it's spectacular.
But if you're really into movies, why not watch this one? Yeah, I know there are thousands of other Important Films that "deserve your attention", but I promise that most of them will not challenge your expectations and notions of what constitutes a solid film the way this one will. Tom Six isn't just a cheap, freak-show huckster. He's a genuine artist pushing the boundaries of taste while making great-looking, thought-provoking movies. Sure, there's a strong sense of playing to the peanut gallery (HC2 is presented in black-and-white, but portions of the film are tinted during the human centipede's first meal--a scene that is, thankfully, not presented in 3D), but, as I said before, you could chop thirty minutes off of this thing and have a critically acclaimed, Tom Hanks-produced weepy about overcoming adversity.
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.
An obese, inarticulate, retarded man who lives with his mother, Martin gets his kicks by abducting motorists from a multi-storey car park and taking them to a disused warehouse, where he attempts to join 12 of them together as a human centipede with one digestive system. 041b061a72