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Human Centipede 3: What disgusting prop did the director take home?

It says a lot about the grotesqueness of Human Centipede 3 (in theaters and VOD May 22) that this horror movie’s climactic fusing together of 500 people to create a massive version of the titular organism is one of the least disturbing aspects of the film. Described as “100 percent politically incorrect,” the threequel features a close-up castration, multitudinous racial epithets, and the rape of a lead character’s kidney. Yes, you read that correctly.

Who would dream up such derangement? That would be Dutch filmmaker Tom Six, the writer and director of all three Human Centipede movies, who also cast himself as himself in this latest meta-entry. 

Below, the entirely amiable Six talks about—well, a whole lot of disgusting, NSFW stuff, obviously.

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James Gandolfini was approached about appearing in Human Centipede 3

Prolific thespian Eric Roberts may not be the choosiest actor in the world when it comes to taking roles, but eyebrows were nevertheless raised when it was announced that the onetime Oscar nominee and Dark Knight actor had signed on to appear in Human Centipede 3 (out in cinemas and on VOD, May 22).

As it happens, those eyebrows could have been raised further still. Tom Six, who has written and directed all three movies in the infamous body-horror franchise, claims he also approached Sopranos star James Gandolfini about the part ultimately portrayed by Roberts, that of a state governor named Hughes.

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Human Centipede Part 3: Exclusive release date and synopsis details

When writer-director Tom Six unleashed the first Human Centipede film onto an unsuspecting world back in 2010 it’s hard to imagine many people thought it would one day become a full-fledged trilogy. Actually, it’s hard to imagine many people thought anyone would make a movie about people being surgically stitched together to form a single digestive tract in the first place. But that’s a discussion for another day.

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New NSFW 'Human Centipede 2' trailer: 'He keeps on talking about a centipede... with 12 people!'

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The new trailer for horror sequel Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) has just hit the Internet and we can reveal that it includes footage from the first film, an actual centipede, and a gentleman who seems to have borrowed his beard from Billy Gibbons’ hairier brother. Oh, yes, and it also features a bunch of people who are clearly about to have their mouths attached to someone else’s rear end, but we figured you probably knew that already.

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'Human Centipede 2' trailer: Check out the first footage from the banned-in-the-UK horror sequel

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This week has been like Christmas – for people who watch films in which folks are surgically stitched together mouth-to-tushie. Earlier this week, we debuted the first image from the banned-in-the-U.K. Human Centipede Part 2 (Full Sequence), writer-director Tom Six’s forthcoming sequel to last year’s deranged franchise-opener.

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'Human Centipede 2': First image from the controversial horror sequel -- EXCLUSIVE

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It is less than 18 months since writer-director Tom Six unleashed his shocking horror movie Human Centipede (First Sequence), the tale of a mad scientist and his fondness for stitching people together rump-to-mouth. But Mr. Six is not a man to rest on his gore-drenched laurels. On October 7, IFC Midnight is releasing the Dutch auteur’s black-and-white sequel Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) and you can exclusively see the first image from the film below. The photo shows the franchise’s latest villain, Martin, played by newcomer Laurence R. Harvey.

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The banning of 'The Human Centipede II': It's good to know that England is keeping censorship alive. And, of course, helping to market the very movie it's banning.

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When I heard on Monday that the upcoming gross-out horror film The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) had been banned in Britain, I confess that the news gave me a few goose pimples of nostalgia. Banned! Censored! Stamped with an X!

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