Horror movie aficionados are a tough and select crowd. Despite the fact that they pack the movie house on Friday nights whenever a new horror film is released, and unfortunately the majority of these films are remakes, generic horror clichs, or films that are completely derivative, these gore enthusiasts are always looking for the movie that will achieve cult-like status.
The Human Centipede achieved that status this year, and it is easily one of the best horror films to be released in a while. The plot begins in the most generic manner; two girls, on their way to a party, are driving on a road in Germany when their car breaks down.Get more information here. http://insidemovies.ew.com/2011/09/06/human-centipede-2-exclusive/ Looking for help, the girls are taken in by a mad scientist. What follows is a horrific tale of survival and science gone awry. Using three victims, the doctor creates a human centipede by sewing them together. Dark and disturbing, but short on gore, The Human Centipede is the type of horror film that sticks with you for a couple of days; it is like being unable to scrub the dirt off when you take a shower. The images, like the hapless victims, are sewn into your head.