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Director:
Writer:
Tom Six (written by)
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Release Date:
November 2011 (Australia) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
100% medically INaccurate. See more »
Plot:
Inspired by the fictional Dr. Heiter, disturbed loner Martin dreams of creating a 12-person centipede and sets out to realize his sick fantasy. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 5 nominations See more »
NewsDesk:
(21 articles)
The Human Centipede 2 Gets a Lovely DVD Release Date
 (From Best-Horror-Movies.com. 26 December 2011, 12:36 PM, PST)

The Thing
 (From CultureCatch. 1 November 2011, 3:11 PM, PDT)

‘The Human Centipede 2’ New Clips & Download Available.
 (From Best-Horror-Movies.com. 28 October 2011, 11:29 AM, PDT)

User Reviews:
Strips Away the Twisted Charm of the Original See more (201 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Laurence R. Harvey ... Martin

Ashlynn Yennie ... Miss Yennie - Centipede #1

Maddi Black ... Candy - Centipede #2

Kandace Caine ... Karrie - Centipede #3

Dominic Borrelli ... Paul - Centipede #4

Lucas Hansen ... Ian - Centipede #5

Lee Nicholas Harris ... Dick - Centipede #6

Dan Burman ... Greg - Centipede #7

Daniel Jude Gennis ... Tim - Centipede #8
Georgia Goodrick ... Valerie - Centipede #9

Emma Lock ... Kim - Centipede #10
Katherine Templar ... Rachel

Peter Blankenstein ... Alan

Vivien Bridson ... Misses Lomax

Bill Hutchens ... Dr. Sebring
Peter Charlton ... Jake
Daniel De'sioye ... Baby
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Dieter Laser ... Dr. Heiter (archive footage)

Directed by
Tom Six 
 
Writing credits
Tom Six (written by)

Produced by
Ilona Six .... executive producer
Ilona Six .... producer
Tom Six .... producer
 
Original Music by
James Edward Barker 
 
Cinematography by
David Meadows 
 
Film Editing by
Nigel de Hond 
 
Production Design by
Thomas Stefan 
 
Art Direction by
Stephan Johannes 
 
Makeup Department
Catherine Mednick .... special makeup effects artist
Nicole Nicolaou .... makeup artist
Helen Rowe .... special makeup effects artist
John Schoonraad .... special makeup effects artist
Emma Slater .... special makeup effects key artist
Harriet Thompson .... makeup designer
Jenna Wrage .... special makeup effects key artist
 
Production Management
Suzanne London .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Clare Finnegan .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Chloe Joy Henderson .... props
 
Sound Department
Ruben Aguirre Barba .... sound effects editor
Adam Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Graham Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Mustafa Durma .... sound effects editor
Simon Gershon .... sound effects editor
Eilam Hoffman .... sound designer
Eilam Hoffman .... supervising sound editor
Gareth Rhys Jones .... foley artist
Serkan Koseoglu .... foley editor
Serkan Koseoglu .... foley recordist
Andrea Kurpjel .... sound facility manager
Srdjan Kurpjel .... sound re-recording mixer
Ariel Levinsohn .... adr recordist
Henry Milliner .... sound recordist
Jon Olive .... sound effects editor
Milos Stojanovic .... adr recordist
Danton Tanimura .... sound effects editor
Burak Topalakci .... sound effects editor
Sacha Walker .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Jonathan Bullock .... special effects supervisor
Scott Richard Fensome .... prosthetics crew (as Scott Fensome)
Dan Gomer .... prosthetics crew (as Daniel Gomer)
Chloe Joy Henderson .... prosthetics crew (as Chloe Henderson)
Aimee Kritikos .... prosthetics crew
Michelle Lewry .... prosthetics crew
Dan Martin .... on-set effects supervisor
Catherine Mednick .... prosthetics crew
Nicole Nicolaou .... prosthetics crew
Amanda Patterson .... prosthetics crew
Abbie Robinson .... prosthetics crew
Helen Rowe .... supervisor: silicone and art finishing
John Schoonraad .... supervisor: prosthetics
Robin Schoonraad .... supervisor: mould making
Tristan Schoonraad .... supervisor: sculpting
Nina Selby .... prosthetics crew
Josie Rowbotham .... prosthetics crew (uncredited)
Lianna Weidle .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Joost Hagedoorn .... visual effects artist
 
Stunts
Max Bridge .... stunt driver (as Max Bridge II)
Enobong Ebong .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James Ruffell .... first assistant camera
James Ruffell .... focus puller
 
Editorial Department
Michael Stirling .... colorist
 
Other crew
Alvin Boerman .... production office
Max Bridge .... production assistant
Clare Finnegan .... script supervisor
Michael Fordham .... animal handler: centipedes
Oli Gots .... production office (as Olga Mila Gots)
Indra Hartog .... assistant: Ms Six
Matthew L. Harvey .... location runner
Theo Horseley .... production office
Jennifer Lui .... voice artist
Mischa Moni .... production office
Deborah Rosa .... production coordinator
Valerie Vafi .... assistant: Mr Six
Marc Walkow .... voice artist
Tyrico Williams .... location runner
Michael Lurie .... international distribution (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Todd Brown .... grateful acknowledgment
Michael De'Sioye .... special thanks
Jennifer Handorf .... special thanks
Tim League .... grateful acknowledgment
Marc Walkow .... special thanks
Dom Williams .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)" - USA (poster title)
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Runtime:
USA:88 min | 91 min (uncut version)
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Language:
Color:
Black and White | Color (one scene)
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Certification:
Australia:R (original rating) (uncut) | Australia:Refused Classification (re-rating) | Australia:R (re-rerating) (cut) | Brazil:18 (festival self-rating) | Germany:(Banned) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (cut) | Hong Kong:III (cut) | Japan:R18+ (edited version) | Malaysia:(Banned) | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:(Banned) | UK:18 (cut) | UK:(Banned) (original) (uncut) | USA:Not Rated
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
When Tom Six was promoting The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (2009) and starting to write the sequel, people would ask him about his idea from the first being copied in real life. This inspired him for making the sequel.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: When Miss Yennie turns off the lights she turns off a plug socket. In the UK light circuits and socket circuits have to be separate so when she flicked the socket off only the appliance connected to the flex from the plug would go off and not the lights.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Ian - Centipede #5:Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck. Fuck!
Kim - Centipede #10:Ian, please! Could you just calm down?
Ian - Centipede #5:He did not know I took the car. He'll be absolutely fucking furious!
Kim - Centipede #10:Your dad doesn't have to find out. We can come back and get it tomorrow when we have the keys.
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27 out of 40 people found the following review useful.
Strips Away the Twisted Charm of the Original, 15 February 2012
Author: Simon_Says_Movies from Toronto, ON, Canada

In my review of the first, umm, segment of Tom Six's "Human Centipede" series, I stated that it was a very difficult film to review as it's inherently meant to alienate and disgust – so how to judge it evenly? I had no such problem with The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) as not only does it retain (and amplify) the revoltingness of the original, but strips away any twisted charm, tension, good performances and frequent tongue-in-cheek execution that made "First Sequence" better than it had any right to be.

Many haphazardly brand films they dislike as "worthless," but some movies are genuinely without any merit. "Full Sequence" is such a rarity. This sequel is artless, humorless, boring, without style (well, it is in black and white, so it must be high-class), purpose, or cleverness, and is generally off-putting, but never haunting or lasting. The only purpose seems to be in Tom Six's mind, in that he wanted to one-up himself. He succeeded in scope, but failed in every other aspect.

The opening scene reveals to us that the entire first movie was just that: a cinematic endeavour. Cut to Martin, a lonely and infinitely unhinged parking lot attendant who becomes obsessed with the film and further obsesses over creating his own humanoid monstrosity with twelve victims – an addition of nine. You see, these unlucky folks will be surgically attached mouth to anus, thereby connecting the gastric system, giving birth to a human centipede. His plan involves shooting his targets in the leg, bludgeoning them with a crowbar, tossing them into the back of his van and driving them to a grungy warehouse to await their fate. This drawn-out portion of the movie slogs along as Martin collects his subjects in a rythmic, monotonous pace with no sense of impending dread or sympathy for his victims. The camera seemingly just rolls for the hell of it.

While the original benefited from a deliciously deranged performance from Dieter Laser as the mad doctor, Laurence B. Harvey's Martin never speaks, is grotesque in his appearance and mannerisms and has no interesting motives or backstory except that he was apparently sexually abused by his father. In fact the entire second half of the film contains no dialogue, as by this point all the characters' mouths are otherwise full (I apologize for that imagery). When the poop did flow, I was both bored and otherwise desensitized from the previous grotesque events and simply wanted the experience to end. A backhanded aim of Six may have been to craft a movie that nobody could sit through, and he did succeed, but not in the way he likely intended. I felt my time was being wasted, not that I was being shocked to new extremes.

The only people I could recommend this movie to would be those like myself who enjoyed the first and are curious about the follow-up, but I would have to tack on the disclaimer that they will be disappointed and viewing could even diminish the bizarre appeal of the first. But I suppose if you truly love fecal matter, back-room surgery, blood, torture, infanticide, profanity, child abuse and (of course) centipedes, you will be in cinematic bliss. Six already plans to finish his vision with a third movie entitled Human Centipede (Final Sequence) and after fulfilling the worries I had that he would one-up himself to a fault with this movie, I quiver at the load of dung he has in store for us to cap the trilogy.

Read my review of the original: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1467304/reviews-40

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