The Human Centipede (First Sequence) Movie Review

I don’t remember which of my friends recommended the movie “The Human Centipede” but I will start this review by saying, may God have mercy on your soul. How dare you recommend this to a friend?

The premise of this disgusting display is a psychotic Dr., whose specialty is Siamese twin separation, who gets the idea to make a human centipede. He achieves this by surgically connecting the mouth of one person to the ass of another and so on with the next, making one really long digestive system. He also clips the tendons in their knees so they can’t stand, as one would imagine would be difficult in the aforementioned position. This movie only touches on the first segment, as it is named, which is a meager three people deep (gotta start somewhere right?). Sadly, 3-Dog died before the timeframe of this movie so we don’t get to see it, but we do get to see a snapshot and a tombstone for the Dr.’s first critter creation.
I don’t really need to say any more. Just imagine your worst coprophagic nightmare (look it up), or fantasy for that matter you freak, and this movie delivers. I haven’t eaten a single meal since seeing this film without my mind darting back to the horror that I witnessed. This movie makes the Baby Ruth scene from Caddyshack seem like a pleasant memory.
Please take note that this review is coming from a soulless man who has spent a good portion of his life obsessed with horror movies, reading Fangoria magazine, and re-watching the opening scene to “A Nightmare on Elm Street” at least 50 times. How else could I get the making of the glove just right when I was fashioning my own razor-hand for a Halloween costume at the age of 9?
I don’t believe in censorship but, dear Lord, this movie is an abomination. The Dr. in the movie can’t just be a good actor, I believe he is truly evil in real life and they pulled him out of the insane asylum just for the filming of this movie. The creator wanted to shock you, and he does. Since he pulls it off, I will award 1 star. As for the merit of the rest of the movie, there is imagery that torments the soul and ideas that will haunt your mind...and I don't really need any more of that these days. I’ve also heard that the 2nd movie has already been made and has been banned in Europe. A quick video on YouTube shows the creator talking about how this movie is like “My Little Pony” compared to the sequel. Wow, I can’t even imagine, and don’t care to at this point.
Save some time and a little piece of your soul and skip this one.


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