Monday, September 05, 2011

The Human Centipede (Full Sequence) - Teaser Trailer

Who knew Australia was more hardcore than Britain and the USA? It seems Tom Six's sequel to his infamous The Human Centipede (full review here) is being released uncut and uncensored down under. Those lucky blokes.

Check out the Aussie teaser trailer for THe Human Centipede Full Sequence below. No footage from the film is shown, just more reaction from supposed viewers.

Here's the original teaser with Tom Six.

What do you think? Is this movie going to be all hype or will it actually deliver the gory goodies?
I hope it goes way over the cliff in terms of insanity.

Full Sequence motherfucker!


  1. I think the film being banned did more for Tom Six's career than the film actually being released, especially when you look at the reasons for the film being rejected for classification, which even more bizarrely he choose to dispute with film magazine "Empire" than the BBFC, citing that they were also giving away spoilers for his movie.
    Despite the BBFC refusing classification for this film, it is only the second movie along with "Grotesque" to receive this treatment, both on the grounds that they were going for sheer shock stating that

    "There is little attempt to portray any of the victims in the film as anything other than objects to be brutalised, degraded and mutilated for the amusement and arousal of the central character, as well as for the pleasure of the audience."

    Similar reasons for "Grotesque" but before we all start seeing the BBFC as Film Nazi's for exerting their right to bans films, let's not forget that this is the same classification board, which saw "Martyrs" and "A Serbian Film" released on the UK, aswell as making the UK one of the few places to have uncut releases of "Friday the 13th" and Peter Jackson's splattertastic "Braindead".

  2. I'm Australian and let me tell you, it's an AWESOME country! We haven't censored anything since the early 70's! (Of course, there are still the Mary Whitehouses on the Australian film board, which is how stuff like Last House On the Left (I think) Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and Slugs managed to get banned). So, in other words, go down to a corner shop in Australia, ask for Nekromantic, Salo, I Spit On Your Grave, or any given Italian cannibal movie, and you'd be able to buy it, no question! (Not that any such corner store exists, otherwise the world would be a much more fun place! Haha!)