Director Tom Six explains The Human Centipede II
Welcome to the mind of director Tom Six, where stitching people together to share a single digestive system seems like a fun project.  Want to delve deeper? Well, Six has been chatting about the inspiration for his second film in The Human Centipede series and you might be surprised at some of the influences.  “I knew part one had to be psychological because people had to get used to the sick idea first. So, in the second one I knew you had to show things and I was already thinking for a sequel, ‘What would be worse than a surgeon making a human centipede?’[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
Director Tom Six explains The Human Centipede II

Welcome to the mind of director Tom Six, where stitching people together to share a single digestive system seems like a fun project.
 
Want to delve deeper? Well, Six has been chatting about the inspiration for his second film in The Human Centipede series and you might be surprised at some of the influences.
 
“I knew part one had to be psychological because people had to get used to the sick idea first. So, in the second one I knew you had to show things and I was already thinking for a sequel, ‘What would be worse than a surgeon making a human centipede?’

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Human Centipede II to get UK cinema release?
"This work was passed with no cuts made," says the ruling for The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) on the British Board of Film Classification website.  We never thought we’d hear those words about about a film that has been using the phrase “Banned in the UK” to sell itself to other countries.  It’s only when you look a little deeper you realise it’s not quite the Full Sequence, as the BBFC’s remarks include the line: “Cut version. Pre-cut by company in line with DVD version.” [FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]
Human Centipede II to get UK cinema release?

"This work was passed with no cuts made," says the ruling for The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) on the British Board of Film Classification website.
 
We never thought we’d hear those words about about a film that has been using the phrase “Banned in the UK” to sell itself to other countries.
 
It’s only when you look a little deeper you realise it’s not quite the Full Sequence, as the BBFC’s remarks include the line: “Cut version. Pre-cut by company in line with DVD version.”

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE IMAGE OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Human Centipede 2 director Tom Six reacts to BBFC ban
Yesterday, the BBFC announced that it would be banning Tom Six’s Human Centipede (First Sequence) sequel Human Centipede II (Full Sequence).
We asked our cult horror expert Sam Ashurst to drop writer / director Tom Six a line to get a reaction to the ban.
Here’s Tom’s statement:
“Thank you BBFC for putting spoilers of my movie on your website and thank you for banning my film in this exceptional way. Apparently I made an horrific horror-film, but shouldn’t a good horror film be horrific?
My dear people it is a fucking MOVIE. It is all fictional. Not real. It is all make-belief. It is art. Give people their own choice to watch it or not.
If people can’t handle or don’t like my movies they just don’t watch them. If people like my movies they have to be able to see it any time, anywhere, also in the UK.”
Human Centipede 2 director Tom Six reacts to BBFC ban

Yesterday, the BBFC announced that it would be banning Tom Six’s Human Centipede (First Sequence) sequel Human Centipede II (Full Sequence).

We asked our cult horror expert Sam Ashurst to drop writer / director Tom Six a line to get a reaction to the ban.

Here’s Tom’s statement:

“Thank you BBFC for putting spoilers of my movie on your website and thank you for banning my film in this exceptional way. Apparently I made an horrific horror-film, but shouldn’t a good horror film be horrific?

My dear people it is a fucking MOVIE. It is all fictional. Not real. It is all make-belief. It is art. Give people their own choice to watch it or not.

If people can’t handle or don’t like my movies they just don’t watch them. If people like my movies they have to be able to see it any time, anywhere, also in the UK.”