The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

Friday, August 23 rd, 2019 at 00:08 am 
The Human Centipede (First Sequence)
The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

The Human Centipede (First Sequence) – Movie Review


Two pretty American girls are on a road trip through Europe. In Germany they end up alone at night with a broken car in the woods. They search for help and find an isolated villa. The next day they awake to find themselves trapped in his terrifying makeshift basement hospital along with a Japanese man. An older German man identifies himself as a retired surgeon specialized in separating Siamese twins. However his three “patients” are not about to be separated, but joined together in a horrific operation. He plans to be the first person to connect people via their gastric system, in doing so bringing to life his sick lifetime fantasy “the human centipede”


The Human Centipede (First Sequence): I had some misgivings about this movie when I walked in. People were saying: “Why are you here?” Having sat through about an hour of it, I still cannot answer that question. I want that hour of my life back. To say this is a horror flick, it’s not. It’s a HORRIBLE flick. It is badly acted, it is badly scripted. It is laughably bad. This is a Dutch film set in Germany with two American girls who can’t act. It is filmed by Tom Six, who should probably be called Tom Point-Six. I mean, it’s just awful. The idea is that somehow this crazed scientist is going to make a human centipede and the way he does it is by severing the ligaments of several humans so everyone is on their knees and then we’re going to attach three human beings to one another. Their mouth to somebody else’s — yeah you got it — so that you only need one alimentary canal and they’re all connected and basically they crawl along. Does this sound appealing to you? Well then you go see this but don’t tell me. I tried to warn you. This is just dumb. It’s not funny, it’s not scary, it’s just plain stupid with incredibly bad acting. An incredibly bad idea. Tacky doesn’t begin to explain it. If I could give minus stars, I would. Zero.