Human Centipede 2
June 8, 2011 by Post Team
Human Centipede 2, The favorite movie sequel flavored poop all over the world will not see the light of day in Britain. I’ve never considered particularly sensitive. I’ve never vomited from the turmoil, the images of the terrible wounds, shocking videos, or have someone else blow into pieces near my feet. However, I find “Human Centipede” very disturbing, and I’ve never even seen the film.
The gastro-centric sadistic film never seemed very convincing to a premise for my taste – and I’m not normally one to nitpick. However I’m not sure you want to know whose film preferably includes people who have sewn their mouths to ashles other human beings. “But as my English teacher in high school always taught me: Do not knock it until you try.
However, from what I gathered from reviews and the death and decay Tax socioeconomic own film, beyond mere shock value of the movie does not seem to have much substance. That is, besides the obvious economic allegory class system of the front, middle and end of the centipede that the upper classes, middle and bottom of society.
Luckily for us, apparently the film’s director, Tom Six, I do not think we’ve seen enough fun to eat turd. Now, six is?? Pushing a sh*t down our throats – literally – with “Human II Centipede (Full Sequence).”
Surprisingly, the British Board of Film Certification believes that the sequel lacks some of the original charm and has been barred from being released in Britain. According to rumors the scene where a man fcks the end of the centipede with his c**k covered barbed wire pushed the film a teensy bit over the edge.
As a result of the junta’s refusal to rate the film, see the “Human Centipede II” is against the law. Not only does the film not shown in theaters, but also it will not be released on DVD or available for download.
According to the BBFC, “Human Centipede II” made “little attempt to portray a victim in the film as more than objects to be abused, degraded and mutilated for fun and excitement of the central character, as well as for pleasure from the audience. ”
Of course, this will most likely result in a fervent cult following of the film and its famous director Tom Six, who promised the sequel would have the original look like “My Little Pony.” Now that fund has made six repugnant to the British, I have curiosity to see how America will deal with the film. Are we going to side with the British, or stand for lovers of droppings everywhere?
I hope that for the second, because although it cannot be my cup of tea, do you really want to be as c**ky as the British?
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