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Netflix Instant - The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence & Hellraiser: Revelations Added!


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Re: Netflix Instant - The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence & Hellraiser: Revelations Added

New postby gummi » Sat Apr 07, 2012 1:05 am

Hey Justin. It's definitely a good call giving it a pass. Very few things I see disturb me, but this one just made me feel dirty from the get go. I'd imagine that it's about as close to a snuff film as you'll see without actually watching the real thing.
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New postby BooMan » Sat Apr 07, 2012 5:41 am

Yeah Gum I think I'll be passing on this. I saw this post and saw it on Netflix and liked the original enough that it did cross my mind but after reading your post it is pretty much the nail in the coffin for my foray into Human Centipedes. :)
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New postby zombie10 » Sun Apr 08, 2012 12:15 am

got through half of the 2nd human centipede...just couldnt do it,not my kinda horror.
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New postby AgnesItsMeBilly » Sun Apr 08, 2012 6:55 pm

Gummi, The killer being an absolute grotesque and the grainy black and white tone of the film heavily added to that feeling of disgust. Very claustrophobic and sticky feeling to it. If the director WASN'T going for that i guess a broken clock is right twice a day. I'd say it was brilliantly shot.

I have to ask though, what about the film actually made you question your humanity? Was it a certain scene or just the overall feel of it?

Again, my only problem with the film is the centipede gimmick. Could've been an excellent slasher, otherwise. Nobody wants to see that shit.
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New postby pokadotdaisy2 » Sun Apr 08, 2012 10:32 pm

Boo Man i wanna thank you for what you said; i felt alone in the fact that I too have noticed my tastes changing in the past few years. In fact, at first it sorta bummed me out cause when i was younger i could handle anything. Maybe it's because I'm getting older, or maybe it's because horror has to keep pushing the bounds in order to continue to shock a jaded community who have seen every way to kill someone, i don't know. All i do know is, I just don't have the stomach for the hardcore shock torture porn that seems to be popping up all over the place. Hell, just reading the review that a fellow bidite did on the scenes in A Serbian Film took me a couple of days to shake off and get out of my head. I don't judge, and to each is own...But i think i'll just stick to my Zombies and classic hack um' slash um's and leave all the poo to the next generation..lol
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Re: Netflix Instant - The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence & Hellraiser: Revelations Added

New postby gummi » Mon Apr 09, 2012 12:28 am

AgnesItsMeBilly wrote:Gummi, The killer being an absolute grotesque and the grainy black and white tone of the film heavily added to that feeling of disgust. Very claustrophobic and sticky feeling to it. If the director WASN'T going for that i guess a broken clock is right twice a day. I'd say it was brilliantly shot.

I have to ask though, what about the film actually made you question your humanity? Was it a certain scene or just the overall feel of it?


It was just a feeling I couldn't shake having paid to see this movie knowing full well what was going to happen. To put it plainly, I paid to watch people get sewn (stapled) together and shit into each others mouths. The fact that a part of me wanted to see this, no matter how small that part may be, is what prompted the remark about questioning my humanity. I realize that sounds a bit melodramatic, but it is what this movie made me feel. On the plus side, I now know that I never want to see anything like this again. Like BooMan and pokadotdaisy2, it seems that I've just lost my stomach for this type of movie as I've gotten older.
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Re: Netflix Instant - The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence & Hellraiser: Revelations Added

New postby AgnesItsMeBilly » Mon Apr 09, 2012 5:06 pm

gummi wrote:
It was just a feeling I couldn't shake having paid to see this movie knowing full well what was going to happen. To put it plainly, I paid to watch people get sewn (stapled) together and shit into each others mouths. The fact that a part of me wanted to see this, no matter how small that part may be, is what prompted the remark about questioning my humanity. I realize that sounds a bit melodramatic, but it is what this movie made me feel. On the plus side, I now know that I never want to see anything like this again. Like BooMan and pokadotdaisy2, it seems that I've just lost my stomach for this type of movie as I've gotten older.

I'm in no hurry to watch it again LOL. But i was more grossed out by the pretty much the whole film leading up to the centipede than i was by the centipede itself. The idea of the "Human Centipede" is just too ridiculous and over-the-top that i can't take it seriously.

I actually found it hilarious how the killer had no freaking idea what he was doing. It was a hack and slash job. At one point he was trying to follow the exact methods the surgeon laid out in the first film. He got frustrated and gave up on that in like, two seconds.

Anyways, this director is obviously just trying to piss people off, and he succeeded. But its really a shame because sans the centipede scene, he made a solid, raunchy little slasher flick.
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