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10 Banned Films You May Want To Know About

  1. Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) 2011

In some cases where a movie breaks ground in limit pushing originality a sequel feels it must rise to out-do the first so that it may do more than ride the shirt-tails of its predecessor. Human Centipede, controversial as it was, may not have found itself banned but its outrageous sequel sure did. Getting banned in the U.K., Australia and New Zealand for gore, violence, disturbing content, and sexually explicit content, it was only allowed release in the U.K. after 32 cuts to the film had been made. This film follows a mentally impaired Englishman who has become obsessed with the first film, as he captures various unlucky individuals, including an actress from the original movie. The level of brutality is amped up in this installment, there are four times as many people to make up the human centipede, and as our main character is no doctor, the method of connecting our new centipede segments is brutal to say the least. Teeth are hammered out, lips are stapled to buttocks’ and tendons severed…. and a fair amount of duct tape is used. The whole movie seems to have a dirty sweaty feel to it as we get a peek into the life of this disturbed obsessed movie fan and watch him put his plan into action. Many stear clear of the first film, and many who have dared watch it won’t watch past the first film, but for those who dare to watch the second, the may be surprised at how violent it really gets, lacking the clinical feel of the first sequence, this one really packs a sucker punch.

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About The Overseer (2283 Articles)
Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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