HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3 to See Return of Both Antagonists
Going against the grain, I have to say that I really liked THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE. It wasn't perfect, but it managed to entertain me, be original, and feature one of the most depressing endings I have ever seen in a horror movie. As such, I was relatively excited for HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2, but my expectations were trampled on when I left the theater, stunned at the utter filth I had just watched. Despite this, I'm excited for HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3, mainly to see if Tom Six can actually make a movie more disgusting than the second installment of his utterly baffling and bizarre series.
In what is probably no surprise to most, Entertainment Weekly has announced that both Dieter Laser, who played the villainous Dr. Heiter in the first film, and Laurence R. Harvey, who played the bug-eyed lead Martin in the second, will both return for the second film. What may be shocking is that they have been announced as lead roles. As an added bonus, Tom Six himself will play a supporting role.
What the third film will be like is anyone's guess, so if it follows the trend started by the first two films, it will be wildly divergent in its approach and so incredibly disgusting you can't help but wonder if Mr. Six is the product of a very troubled childhood. It's set to begin filming in May or June of this year, and is guaranteed to be "100% politically incorrect," which really isn't saying much when the previous film featured a conga line of defecation-cum-coprophagia.
Source: Entertainment Weekly via Film School Rejects
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