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The Human Centipede II to be resubmitted to the Classification Review Board

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    Andybob
    Posted December 10, 2011 at 10:46 am | Permalink

    integrity of the film ?

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    Posted December 10, 2011 at 5:33 pm | Permalink

    ANDYBOB: Um, I think so, after all few directors and producers would actually sit down to make a monumental stinker. From the opening shot to the final dissolve-and yeah sequential shooting is fairly rare-I think; there was a plan and no matter how far the movie zinged from the original concept, I think the ‘plan’ forms the integrity of the film?

    This is in no way a criticism of what you said. It’s just that I too would like to know the answer to that one. L U K E…help??!!

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    Adam
    Posted December 10, 2011 at 8:26 pm | Permalink

    I’ve now finally gotten round to watching both of the Human Centipede movies and whilst I thought the first one had a little something going for it this sequel was crap (as they often are).

    I like the black & white minimal to no dialogue aspect of it but it comes across as a contrived cash in and a poor Eraserhead rip-off. In saying that as lame as almost everything was about HC II I don’t think it warranted being cut let alone banned. There are a couple of gruesome bits but as a horror fan I’ve seen it before and worse in other movies that weren’t cut.

    Clearly the wrong kind of person happened to stumble across this little film (an ACL type no doubt) and decided to go right on with it. Guaranteeing this movie some sort of cinematic infamy it clearly doesn’t deserve.

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