Last April, The Human Centipede (First Sequence), Tom Six's yummy delicious horror film about a German doctor who sews three people together ass-to-mouth, forcing all but the lead to feast on feces, made moviegoers sick to their stomachs. According to the director, they ain't seen nothin' yet. When we interviewed Six for the film's theatrical release, he promised us that the sequel would feature a 12-person centipede and make his disgusting debut seem like "My Little Pony." The recently released teaser trailer for The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence), which is careful to not spoil any surprises, is relatively tame, showing Six sidling up to his new villain, Martin, whose face is covered with a box. With the First Sequence out on Blu-ray and DVD today, Complex imagines what's behind Martin's box and how the Full Sequence could possibly be more foul...
#1: MARTIN HAS A THING FOR ANUSES
Unlike Arseface (above), whose face was transformed into what looks like a puckered anus by a Kurt Cobain-inspired suicide attempt in the Preacher comics, Tom Six's sadistic serial killer simply loves ass play so much that he had several victims' severed and grafted onto his face. Talk about your grafted devils!
#2: 3-D P.O.V.
Having a big juicy porn bottom thrust into your face sounds like a good reason to invest in some 3-D glasses for the home theater. Having a big soiled, infected bottom mushed into your face at the multiplex, however, sounds like a good reason to invest in a poncho for the inevitable spew coming from the rows behind you.
#3: JERSEY SHORE CAST MEMBERS ARE LINKS IN THE CENTIPEDE
The STDs alone...
#4: THE CENTIPEDE IS FORCE FED INDIAN CURRY
What, Outsourced, one of the 50 most racist TV shows of all time, gets to make "Indian food give you diarrhea" jokes and we don't?!
#5: SYNCHRONIZED MENSTRUAL CYCLES
It happens. Has something to do with the moon, the tides, and Xena: Warrior Princess re-runs, and it would make for one bloody disgusting human centipede.
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