The tag line for Tom Six's new The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) is "100% Medically Inaccurate," tipping those who witnessed the merciless onslaught that was The Human Centipede (First Sequence) that the follow-up is, if anything, going to be a further affront to everything that is pure, good, and sanitary in this world.
The tale of a mentally deranged parking attendant (Laurence R. Harvey), who is transported by repeated, obsessive viewings of the first Human Centipede film -- in which a mad, German doctor (is there any other kind?) stitches three unfortunate people together, mouth-to-anus, with the expected, alimentary repercussions -- and decides to make his own, twelve-person ("full sequence") version with the crude tools available to him, Full Sequence is an unstinting assault of gritty, black and white photography, and grotty gore effects, not to mention crowbar assaults, ball-peen hammer dentistry, staple-gun surgery, and live centipedes inserted in orifices where live centipedes should not go. The Blind Side it ain't, but that's all to the good, in my humble opinion. If you're the type who can get into Six's "You think that's too much? Try THIS!" aesthetic, you'll no doubt find it an intense and weirdly gratifying ninety minutes. You sick little monkey, you.
Click on the player to hear my interview with Tom Six and Laurence R. Harvey.