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Cast revealed for The Human Centipede 2, plus Tom Six responds to its banning

Jun. 7, 2011by: Alex DiVincenzo

Hot on the heels of the news that the British Board of Film Classification had refused classification for the flick, the cast of THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE PART 2: FULL SEQUENCE has been revealed. Writer/director Tom Six returns with a sequel to his controversial 2009 film THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE, which he promises to be 100% medically inaccurate.

Our boys at Bloody Disgusting say that Ashlynn Yennie (below), who starred as Jenny in the original, will reprise her role. Laurence Harvey will portray Martin, the new mad scientist who will assemble the 12-person centipede.

As for the dozen unlucky folks who have to be bound ass-to-mouth? Say hello to Dominic Borelli, Vivien Bridson, Lee Harris, Peter Charlton, Bill Hutchens, Dan Burman, Daniel Jude Gennis, Kandace Caine, Maddi Black, Lucas Hansen, Georgina Goodrick and Emma Lock.

The sequel tells the story of a man who becomes sexually obsessed with a DVD recording of the first film and who imagines putting the ‘centipede’ idea into practice.

And that's not all! Empire also got in touch with Six to get his reponse to the BBFC's banning. Ironically, Six himself censored out the F-word.

"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 f****cking 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 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."

Extra Tidbit: Are you down for this sequel or what?

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9:34PM on 06/07/2011
I didn't like the first one for it's clunky plot and numerous cliches, but I'm up for this sequel. I'm interested to see where he amplifies it and hopeful that the script might be a tiny bit better. Also, being banned in the UK because it's too vile just dares me to see it. I give controversial films my time and I look for films that disturb me. The BBFC should know that many horror fans feel the same, (unless they refuse to see this because the first one sucked...) As Andrew Tom said,
I didn't like the first one for it's clunky plot and numerous cliches, but I'm up for this sequel. I'm interested to see where he amplifies it and hopeful that the script might be a tiny bit better. Also, being banned in the UK because it's too vile just dares me to see it. I give controversial films my time and I look for films that disturb me. The BBFC should know that many horror fans feel the same, (unless they refuse to see this because the first one sucked...) As Andrew Tom said, with the internet, if people want to see it, they're going to see it and banning it only amplifies interest.

On another note, Six is right to be pissed that the BBFC gave tons of spoilers away. I stopped reading the last article about it when I saw how much they were spoiling. I don't care if they didn't respect the film, they shouldn't be ruining it for people who are interested. Assholes.
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2:23PM on 06/07/2011
I've been dying to see the sequel and am pretty sure i'll want to watch the third one two. I love being a horror fan when stuff like this comes out.
I've been dying to see the sequel and am pretty sure i'll want to watch the third one two. I love being a horror fan when stuff like this comes out.
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12:04PM on 06/07/2011
The original Human Centipede hardly made a splash outside of the horror community. But thanks to this ban and all the publicity around HC2, it'll be bigger. It'll attract more people, whereas if it had just been quietly given a limited release in the UK, no one would be the wiser. Plus with the Internet and all, everyone who wants to see the movie is able to with or without this ban, so it's just basically free publicity for Tom Six.
The original Human Centipede hardly made a splash outside of the horror community. But thanks to this ban and all the publicity around HC2, it'll be bigger. It'll attract more people, whereas if it had just been quietly given a limited release in the UK, no one would be the wiser. Plus with the Internet and all, everyone who wants to see the movie is able to with or without this ban, so it's just basically free publicity for Tom Six.
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11:40AM on 06/07/2011

Meh

I have to laugh at the director's plea that this is art. Honestly, it sounds like it's just a bunch of disgusting things filmed in front of a camera. At least the 1st one was somewhat subtle. Won't bother with this trash.
I have to laugh at the director's plea that this is art. Honestly, it sounds like it's just a bunch of disgusting things filmed in front of a camera. At least the 1st one was somewhat subtle. Won't bother with this trash.
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