A maniac prison warden contacts the director of the previous Human Centipede films to help him make a 500 strong centipede of his inmates to improve discipline.
The finale of Tom Six’s The Human Centipede trilogy is the kind of film that defies star-rating logic. For the closing chapter this teams the stars (Dieter Laser, Laurence R. Harvey) of the earlier ‘sequences’ as new characters, a maniac prison governor and his sweaty minion (think a resoundingly evil Abbott and Costello) who consult Six (wittily playing himself) for a centipede-related solution to their inmate discipline problem.
Violent, profane, scurrilous, obnoxious, hilarious-if-you’re-in-a-weird-mood and so self-aware it’s nearly beyond criticism, this fuses the shock tactics of avant-garde drama with ’70s exploitation. Like it or not, Six has contributed something fresh and demented to pop culture.
Like it or not, Six has contributed something fresh and demented to pop culture.