Human Centipede


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THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE is an unconventional – and medically accurate -- biological horror film that enthusiastically explores territory that few filmmakers dare to tread. When two pretty American girls go on a road trip in Europe, they end up alone at night in Germany with a broken car in the woods. They search for help and find an isolated villa, and awake the next day to find themselves trapped in a terrifying makeshift basement hospital. Their captor is the internationally respected Siamese twin surgeon Dr. Josef Heiter with a demented vision for mankind's future existence. Dr. Heiter wants to remove human beings' kneecaps so they have to exist on all fours and then surgically graft them mouth-to-anus to form a centipede chain. But when his victims give him more trouble than he expects – including unwanted attention from the authorities - Dr. Heiter is forced to decide whether to abandon his latest project, or protect it from the outside world – with their and his very lives, if necessary.

I give up on the human race.

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Hey, Dubs, what the fuck were you searching for when you found this?

It was in the latest issue of Rue Morgue. I thought it was an April Fools joke, at first.

...I'll take it.

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Oh, if I get my hands on it, there's no way I'm watching it without subjecting Darryll to it.

I don't know, man. I think you may be on your own for this one. A little out of my league. I'm not even sure I could look at my wife the next day.

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I was all excited to see a horror movie where a dude with one hundred legs chases after college students. Of course, my idea wasn’t a horror movie so much as a cartoon skit where everyone is running from door to door in a big hallway.

Then I read the description.

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I saw this was a big thing all over the internet, and refused to look it up because of how stupid the name is. All I've seen at this point is that poster, and I feel good about my decision.

It's a fucked up trailer. It's like someone made a joke trailer and some movie studio actually said "Make that movie! I smell money!"

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I don't know what's better, the trailer or the fact that the credit screen says "100% medically accurate."

I know what's not better, getting married to a doctor. I asked Dr. Fiance about the 100% medically accurate claim and she basically stomped it flat.

She tells me her medical knowledge ruins about 99% of all the movies that she sees.

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