Ashlynn Yennie as Miss Yennie-Centipede #1

Ashlynn Yennie as Miss Yennie-Centipede #1

Laurence Harvey as Martin

Laurence Harvey as Martin

Written and directed by Tom Six

The Plot (Taken from Inspired by the fictional Dr. Heiter, disturbed loner Martin dreams of creating a 12-person centipede and sets out to realize his sick fantasy.

The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) is a vile, depraved and disgusting film that deserves no recognition and no place in cinema. Writer/director Tom Six can kiss my ass. On second thought, no he cannot kiss my ass; I don’t want to give him any ideas for future movies. I refuse to waste any more words on this garbage.


On June 6, 2011, the BBFC (UK certification board) refused to grant this film a certificate, effectively banning the movie from being shown in cinemas or DVD in the UK. However, on October 6, 2011, the BBFC granted the film an 18 certificate after 32 cuts totaling 2 minutes and 37 seconds were made.

When Laurence R. Harvey auditioned, Tom Six asked him to “rape” a chair, which he did.

Miss Yennie tells Martin she can’t believe she’s auditioning for a Quentin Tarantino movie. Tarantino shot portions of Kill Bill: Vol. 1 in black and white to appease gore-sensitive censors; it’s rumored that Tom Six filmed The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) in black and white for the same reason.




  1. So why write a review about it at all if you feel it deserves no recognition?

    I have to pretty much agree with everything you’ve said on here. It was pretty terrible. I wouldn’t even write any kind of review about this one at all. It’s one of those films you just kind of want to forget. Not even worth discussing to talk about how bad it was. Not in my opinion.

    I liked part one; when the girl got out of the lab and was running thru the house trying to escape I was on edge. I was hoping they would all somehow escape – and then the police came and the scientist had to get them off his back. I thought it had some tension and suspense so I liked it.

    Part 2? Not so much. And the director says that part 3 is going to make part 2 look like a children’s movie. So, is that why we’re making movies – to see just how graphic you can get it? I think I’ll skip part 3. No point in watching a film that isn’t slightly interested in providing any kind of story, and in my opinion disrespects the horror genre and cinema in general.

    • Gary I apologize for taking so long to answer. I was at work when I read your comment and the only internet access I have there is via my cheap little Wal-mart phone, which basically means I have no internet access at all.
      You asked why write a review about THC2 if I don’t feel that it deserves recognition. Your question did not appear to be in a hostile tone and therefore I hope my answer(s) don’t come off that way. My reasons are numerous:

      1. It’s what I do.
      2. If I hate or love something passionately, as I do in my disdain for THC2, I tend to be vocal about it.
      3. The late Roger Ebert sometimes wrote about films that he had a strong hatred for. His book, “Your Movie Sucks” is filled with those reviews. I figure if I didn’t say something about this piece of garbage, then somebody else would.
      Like I said, I don’t intend for my answers to sound hostile and I hope you don’t perceive them that way. I appreciate you liking and commenting. Thank you.

      • Oh, I think it’s fine for one to review a film they hate. I asked that question b/c just a couple sentences into your review you said you didn’t want to discuss the film any further and give it recognition. So, if that being the case, you not wanting to give it any recognition, why write about it at all? Of course its okay to review films you hate. I just thought your comment was funny. lol. And no, my question was definitely not hostile; it’s one posed as something a friend would ask another friend – and then rib him about it. lol. And of course, I agree with your assessment of the movie. Not even sure why that was even made. Ugh, I don’t even like to think about that movie, let alone talk about it. It’s one of those films I try to pretend doesn’t exist. lol. And I didn’t think you took a long time to reply. It hasn’t even been 24 hours. I know you’re married, and have a life. 🙂

        • I guess you could say it was a kind of a conundrum. I don’t think the film deserves any recognition, that much is true; however, after losing 90 minutes of my life that I will never be able to retrieve watching the damned thing I just could not keep my mouth shut. 😀

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