The Human Centipede 2 -Full Sequence- [2011]

Human Centipede 2 (full sequence) is by far sicker, more sadistic, more depraved, and all around better than its predecessor.  Full sequence takes off right where First Sequence leaves off.  Martin is a disturbed sociopath obsessing over the film Human Centipede and the idea Dr. Heiter’s pet creation thus he sets his sights on creating his own Human Centipede.  In First sequence the film was billed as medically accurate, the disturbingly sinister doctor performs a horrific surgery in which he stitches three victims together mouth to anus, although there are numerous potential medical risks that would make this scenario impossible the implications are still rather bothersome.  Full Sequence is marketed as medically inaccurate which paves the way for an extremely disturbing scenario in which Martin creates his own pet out of twelve, yes twelve victims.  Due to his limited mental facilities, and lack of proper surgical equipment  his botched surgery goes horrendously wrong.  The plot itself is disturbing enough, however this film also features some of the most graphic violence and sadistic perversion  I have ever seen in a film.  If I were to make a list of the 5 most graphic films I’ve seen of all time this would easily rank amongst them.  Prior to seeing this, the most disturbing use of human fecal matter I’ve seen in a movie was Salo 120 days of Sodom, but this film takes it to a new extreme, and if you know about Salo this is saying a lot (I now both films used substitutes for feces, but it’s still an extremely taboo subject, rarely ventured into and probably better off that way).  According to director Tom Six the third and final instalment is in production and due to be released in 2013, and is set to be more graphic and more disturbing than this instalment.  Six says that the Final Sequence will begin where Full Sequence left off, and that it is set to feature appearances by Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey, and Six has cast Himself along in a supporting role as well.

Written and Directed by: Tom Six


2 Headed Shark Attack [2012]

A group of college students and their professor are on a semester at sea ship in which they are about to experience “educational opportunities beyond their wildest expectations” as Professor Babish accurately foreshadows.  In the midst of enjoying themselves, a large shark  unexpectedly becomes lodged in the ships motor, causing severe to the exterior.  The students and their professor seek refuge at a nearby atoll, while the ship’s crew attempt to repair the damages.  The group soon learns that they unwillingly sailed into the middle of a two-headed shark’s feeding frenzy.  The monster soon begins to devour the students some times singled out and sometimes in pairs, ripping them apart limb by limb.  The rampage continues until most of the group is consumed, forcing the remaining survivors to devise a plan to distract and attack the beast.  Overall this is an extremely poorly made production with horrific special effects, unbelievable acting, and far-fetched scenarios.  A couple of aspects of this film i enjoyed were the gore and the acting talents of the lovely leading ladies Carmen Electra and Brooke Hogan.  Brook especially, she manages to bring that Hogan shine to the big screen that her father did with films like Suburban Commando and Mr. Nanny.

Director:  Christopher Ray     Writter:  H. Perry Horton