VIDEO: The Human Centipede II Trailer Is the Most Revolting Film Preview Of All Time

"There's nothing to worry about," a mental health professional explains in the latest trailer for The Human Centipede II as he attempts to comfort the mother of Martin, Tom Six's latest deranged medical mastermind. Of course, there is always something to worry about when your protagonist is a squat sexual deviant who fantasizes about stitching 12 people together in the most nauseating fashion imaginable, and even more so when you know that audience members at last week's premiere were so disgusted by the vile images before them that some vomited in the theater while others just passed out. So yes, you should worry, and if your stomach is strong enough, you should cautiously click through to watch the grossest movie trailer of all time.

It's not exactly nauseating because of what is shown but because of what is implied via the images inside this 120 second Centipede sequel sneak peak. Blunt knives. An overweight loner (Laurence R. Harvey) who is bizarrely obsessed with Six's first film The Human Centipede and determined to build his own 12-pede. (The fact that he wears a lab coat while working as a parking garage attendant and lovingly fingers stills from the original film will not help his case in court.) A third party describing centipedes as phallic symbols. Dull knives, cleavers and a funnel. Bound and gagged future 'pede members writhing in terror. Incision marks drawn in Sharpie. Screams.

Verdict: If you can barely make it through this two-minute promo without gagging (like me), you probably won't be running to theaters on October 7 to see The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) on opening day.

[via Yahoo!]


  • 2+2=5 says:


  • The WInchester says:

    Ahh, it all makes sense now! It's Tom Six who thinks that the original Human Centipede is shocking, scary, or a movie worthy of conversation and attention it's been getting.
    Seriously, who makes a movie where the lead character is obsessed with filmmaker's only other film, which wasn't that good? Besides Wes Craven, I mean.

  • Megan says:

    If we all stop talking about it, it will go away.

  • The Late Victor Hugo says:

    Shocking? Maybe. Revolting? Perhaps. But it's not nearly as stomach-churning as the trailer to the "Alvin and the Chipmunks" sequel.

  • Mathieu says:

    Maybe we should start thinking about ideas for the third one: a deranged sociopath is so obsessed by the merchandising created for the Human Centipede (didn't they make some kind of necklace inspired by the film?) that he starts kidnapping people to stitch them together. Let's call it The Human Centipede Part III (Full of sh*t sequence).

  • Noah James says:

    I will see this on DVD. And like the first one, I fully expect to be underwhelmed.

  • kjhbob says:

    Gag from what? There was nothing to gag on from this... nothing was really shown.