'When we were editing The Human Centipede we showed it in Holland,' says director Tom Six. 'There were women that left the theater who were afraid to talk to me. Or look at me.'
The Dutch auteur cannot have been surprised by such a reaction to what is undoubtedly one of the most disgusting, and disturbing, horror films ever made. The German-set Human Centipede (First Sequence) stars Dieter Laser as a Dr. Mengele-ish surgeon called Heiter who transforms two American tourists (Ashley C. Williams and Ashlynn Yennie) and a Japanese man (Akihiro Kitamura from Heroes) into the titular creature by stitching them together (yes, you read that right). In his mostly enthusiastic review, EW's critic Owen Gleiberman describes the movie, as 'a surgical-nightmare exploitation film that has no pretense to anything beyond making you go, 'My God, now that is gross.''
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