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Trailer Assembles 500-Person ‘Human Centipede’ (Final Sequence)!!!

Human Centipede 3

The taste will never leave your mouth…

Vulture has released the first trailer for Human Centipede Part 3 (Final Sequence), which will be released in limited theaters and VOD platforms May 22nd, 2015 (no assembly required).

The 500-person centipede has finally been assembled and it looks insane. The trailer, pegged as a teaser, is jam-packed with revolting footage. Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey, who played the villains Dr. Heiter and Martin in the first and second films, respectively, are featured. Eric Roberts, Robert LaSardo, Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister, Bree Olson, and director Tom Six also star. You’ll see them all in the footage that Six promises is “100 percent politically incorrect.” I love how bonkers it looks, and how the characters appear to live in a “pulp”-like world.

“Bully prison warden Bill Boss (Dieter Laser), leading a big state prison in the US of A, has a lot of problems; his prison statistically has the highest amount of prison riots, medical costs and staff turnover in the country. But foremost he is unable to get the respect he thinks he deserves from his inmates and the state Governor (Eric Roberts). He constantly fails in experimenting with different ideas for the ideal punishment to get the inmates in line, which drives him, together with the sizzling heat, completely insane.

Under threats of termination by the Governor, his loyal right hand man Dwight (Laurence R Harvey) comes up with a brilliant idea. A revolutionary idea which could change the American prison system for good and save billions of dollars. An idea based on the notorious ‘Human Centipede’ movies, that will literally and figuratively get the inmates on their knees, creating the ultimate punishment and deterrent for anyone considering a life of crime. Having nothing to lose, Bill and Dwight create a jaw-dropping 500-person prison centipede.”

As I noticed the other day, the new Human Centipede is going meta once again, which is awesome. I love that Six continues to put a middle finger up to critics of the first film by launching the franchise into the “real world” where absolutely terrible things happen. Bring on the 500-person ‘pede!

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  • horrorking95

    This looks really stupid, but I’ll probably see it just because I have a perverse fascination

  • meilleur avec du beurre

    thought it was the newest OK GO vid…

  • Mick Thomas

    While the concept of the Human Centipede films is pretty disgusting, I feel like the actual films themselves are a massive letdown to anyone who seeks out shock or body horror films. I’m not saying gore makes a horror film, but when that horror film is about people being surgically connected from ass to mouth, I expect some gore, not the implied bullshit that 90% of these films consists of. I suppose I respect Tom Six for merging the gap between mainstream horror and extreme underground horror, but most of that respect goes out the windows once the credits roll. But, at least he isn’t responsible for the American remake of “Martyrs,”

    • Erick Lorinc

      I mean the second one took it pretty far. Lots of poop and then the birth scene too

      • Mick Thomas

        I’m sure that the reality of the situation, is I’m so desensitized at this point, that the boundaries have to be pushed pretty far for me to feel as though it is a worthy entry into the shock horror genre.

  • Seal Clubber

    Saw the first one, passed on the second. It was gross, yeah, but it was still mainly just a bad movie. I’ll probably pass on this one too ….

  • Derek O’Brien

    Ummm… Eeeuww…

  • “I love that Six continues to put a middle finger up to critics” That’s why the guy has my respect and ultimately what draws me to his films. The guy has no fear and doesn’t push boundaries. He breaks them.

  • Alanmac

    Possibly one of the final scenes? Doesn’t appear that he’s in a very good spot there.

  • Dirk Hammer

    This is clearly based on Joe Arpaio, who is a massive jerk.

  • RidleyScottIsADirector@gmail.c

    No to the fucking to the thank you.

  • Grimoire

    Oh, it’s a comedy then! Can’t wait…

  • Chrissie-Watkins

    Why does everyone have pants on? I mean, really, that seems superfluous.

    • Maxime C

      They might have been cold or something?

      • Chrissie-Watkins

        Hahaha, that really did make me laugh out loud.

  • Conan

    What i am interested in finding out is how they did that without any of those prisoners fighting back? I do wonder if they will do a spin off movie called Human Oroborus where the link everyone together into a kinda self sustaining circle of misery. Ewwww really shouldnt be giving the director ideas.

    • meilleur avec du beurre

      “Human Ouroboros”

      FUCK YEAH!!!

      • Maxime C

        Where the fuck is that??

    • Dead Gore

      They could’ve drugged the prisoners so they fell asleep and then they attached them when they were asleep individually

  • liltrav88888

    id be lying if i said i wasnt gonna watch this lol not gonna seek it out but when its added to netflix instant im sure ill get interested

  • Mightygil

    all these guys with faces attached to asses makes this sound like a gay porno. I’ll pass

    • Maxime C

      A gay porno might be done with better actors and more storyline though.

  • Cheshire TrollCat
  • Krueg518

    What is the point of these films?

  • sue

    tee hee

  • Artem Sergeyevich Rayskyy

    could not finish the first one, could not finish the second one, because they look like fucking low budget flicks, making them just shitty, not scary or disturbing, but really bad films. This one looks well produced so I will give it another chance. Hahaha the concept is so messed up though.

  • John Deane

    Yeah no, didn’t like the first two at all. Just plain stupid.

  • Matt Livingstone

    What a dumb sequel to a dumb sequel to a dumb movie.

    • Ian Warburton

      The review centipede.

      • Matt Livingstone

        Ian, that’s more clever than the movie. Bravo.

  • Matt Livingstone

    To the author of this article lauding the filmmaker for giving the middle finger to critics of the first film…why? Critics panned the first film because it was shit. Putting into the real world just makes a shit movie shittier. All you’re saying is that this director is totally insecure and can’t take the fact he makes shitty movies and has to ‘lash out’ at the critics.

    • Michael Fairlamb

      The insecure people are the ones who come out of the woodwork to cry about these movies.

      • Matt Livingstone

        The insecure people are the ones who use demeaning words like ‘crying’ in regards to an opinion. I don’t know if you feel better imagining I’m actually crying or worked up over a movie like this, but you’re only living in a delusory world there. You’ve read all the thought I’ll ever give this ‘film’. It’s barely worth the four sentences I typed above. My words should go to better use, that’s for damn sure.

        If I made a shitty movie I surely wouldn’t throw a multi-film hissy fit, exasperating my one, barely workable idea into such a gross overcompensation for my own modicum of originality. I’d just try again, but here’s the kicker…I’d try with a new idea. A one trick pony is a one trick pony. It don’t matter how many legs you give it.

        • Michael Fairlamb

          > Hurr durr this film is barely worth 4 sentences
          > Writes 2 paragraphs
          > Probably has a doctoral thesis worth of commentary on the film series on different comment boards over the last several years
          > Is DEFINITELY crying

          • Matt Livingstone

            The most attention I’ve ever paid to this franchise outside of watching the original, was the human centiPAD episode of South Park which, like all their episodes, I’ve seen numerous times. You can think you understand me, doesn’t mean you do.

            Go ahead an search it…you see my name. If it’s by my alian it’s under MattrickBT. Google those names along with this film. See what you get. Under my real name, the very first link (to this article here) is all you’ll find of me.

            https://www.google.ca/?gws_rd=ssl#q=Matt+Livingstone+human+centipede

            as for MattrickBT

            https://www.google.ca/?gws_rd=ssl#q=Matt+Livingstone+human+centipede

            As you can see..nothing.

            Wow, I totally spent tons of time on different sites talking about these movies. It’s almost like, you’ve witnessed the breadth of my commentary on it lol. You seem to be under the impression I’m insecure enough to be dishonest on the internet over a movie, I’m not. Perhaps you are. Work on that.

          • Michael Fairlamb

            I think thou doth protest too much

          • Matt Livingstone

            Pie charts the way to go.

    • Insecure?? If he was then he wouldn’t even have made the first film. Instead and despite negative reactions he goes on to create two more sequels that are even more disgusting. Six maybe a lot of things but insecure is not one of them.

      • Matt Livingstone

        Insecure in the fact that he’s looking for attention. The only reason anyone talked about Human Centipede was how gross it was (the second reason was to say how awful it was), so, like a thirteen year old girl, he’s making it grosser to get even more attention. Disgusting doesn’t equal good, it doesn’t equal horror, it doesn’t even equal gore. He makes bad films that are also disgusting…I think the disgusting visuals are a metaphor for the quality of his films. He’s a hack. Plain and simple.

  • ThunderDragoon

    Loved the first one. The second one was terrible. This doesn’t look much better. He seems to think that bigger means better. And continuing with the movie-in-a-movie idea is so stupid.

    • James Allard

      Just to be clear: movie within a movie and then within a movie again, kind of like digesting the same shit over and over and over….

      I need help. I admit it. Therapy and electroshock convulsive therapy didn’t work…

  • JURGMANDR

    Liked the first one, tolerated the second one. I think he made his point with the second one and this one is just a cash in trying to ride the meta wave of the second.

  • ChinoX813

    Wouldn’t watch this if they paid me for it.

  • Adam Paquette

    Fucking stupid. I watched the first one out of curiosity. This is just degrading.

  • RawBeard

    Good riddance to this film franchise. I’ve said it before I don’t mind twisted, disgusting ideas but you seriously need a story to back it up.
    The first Human Centipede had potential but due to its poor execution it failed and was just a shit film with an over hyped idea. The 2nd film was even shitter because it was trying far to hard to be even more controversial. It was so shit I turned it off. The trailer for the 3rd films looks like it is once again trying to hard to be even more controversial so I will pass on this.

  • Kirkio

    I love reading the comments on anything to do with THC, it’s comedy gold.

    Okay so I get a lot of people don’t like the films, but for people to so passionately *hate* them just proves why there’s a third really. Tom Six gets off on grossing people out, shocking people and pissing people off, and he’s made enough money and publicity to bring out 2 sequels, so he’s clearly doing his job properly.

    Personally I loved the first two! I didn’t understand the commotion surrounding the first one and thought it was pretty tame considering, but Dieter Laser had me hooked, the guy pulls off demented German scientist perfectly. I’d heard all the talk about Six responding to everyone’s disappointment with the lack of dirt in the first so when I saw the second I wasn’t surprised but suitably disgusted all the same. I liked how he’d created a completely different style and tone to the second one that made it feel like a dirty, low budget british B movie, and Laurence R. Harvey was creepy as hell. I mean the guy looks creepy but Martin was just a whole other level of disturbing.

    I think if Six had made the third so disgusting and vile that it would be illegal to show I would’ve lost interest by now, but he didn’t. He made a weird, clinical European horror about a mad scientist, followed with a filthy, black and white British shitfest about an idiot with a stapler and ended with an over stylised movie that pretty much sums up what you’d expect if America came up with the concept of the Human Centipede.

    I’m not saying he’s a genius, but I respect the way he does what he does. I also respect that a lot of people are disgusted by the films and avoid them like the plague, but it does get a bit annoying after the hundredth comment from people that saw the first and thought it wasn’t gory enough, or the second and thought it was too low budget and badly acted. THATWASTHEPOINT.

  • James Packman

    hilarious – all the do gooders bleating “I’m not watching this, it’s sick shit” etc … who cares – simple – don’t watch it. What is the point of horror movies ? to horrify. These films have done that – Tom Six has reached his goal, and made money doing it. Good for him. Whether they are good or not, you are all talking about it – again, goal achieved. I’m going to watch it, and enjoy it.

    • Jose Ocampo

      pues vela y deja de hablar tanto. para eso dijiste tanto. literalmente en fin acabastes no diciendo nada.

    • Waveboy

      I didn’t find either of the HC disturbing, sick or upsetting. Inside and especially martyrs on the other hand…..OH my god….

    • McGilli

      +1

  • Jimmy Volksrae Sanders

    I’m not even shocked over the gross out shit, I’m just speechless that so many people saw the first two that we got a fucking third.
    The first two were whack “grossout” movies with little other than the shocks.

  • Romantic Placebo

    I have just NEVER understood why any writer could even justify a person actually thinking this was something to do.

    It just… It’s gross for sure, but beyond that it’s just this entirely dumb idea that survives only on the imagery.

    The people are stitched together. They won’t every do anything in life because they can barely move. It’s a horrible fate, but it’s just a freaking STUPID fate.

    At least Serbian Film had a metaphor, Human Centipede is saying “Wouldn’t it be gross if..?” and making a pointless movie leading up to the reveal.

    • Chance LeBoeuf

      Serbian Film had nothing. Seriously, that movie was just trying to one up every other gross movie out there.

      • Romantic Placebo

        Nah, if you know some of of the history of Serbian genocide you can see it as a disturbing representation of their history. But yes, it’s pretty grotesque.

  • James Allard

    I am currently consuming Chipolte’s in honor of this movie’s release. cf. South Park

    • Evan3

      You need to invest in some Chipotaway.

      • James Allard

        I was thinking about shooting fire into the guy behind me…. Ewwwwww

  • Maxime C

    I love puking. Gonna be awesome.

  • EarlessLeader

    Happy Birthday to me!

  • I Am Colossus

    Couldn’t get into the 2nd movie it just kept dragging it out. But I’ll still give this movie a shot, maybe.

  • Chrissie-Watkins

    Did anyone ever see the Key & Peele skit where three guys that had been in a human centipede escaped and met each other by chance, like, years later? It was hilarious.

  • JURGMANDR

    Nope. Looks even worse than the first two (which I actually kind of enjoyed).

  • Edward

    The first film was more than enough, but props to this trailer, trying to make it fun-which it’s not!

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