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The Human Centipede

Not Rated In Theaters 04/30/2010 , 90min.
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Critic score based on 15 reviews

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September 11, 2012
I have been a true fan of horror films for more than 3 decades. This series of films are a true masterpiece because it is truly horror. I can't remeber when I've seem such imagery on the screen, in the first series the gore level is somewhat low but the evilness of Dr. Heiter is completely of the charts. You cant help but to feel sorry for his victums. Its clear that the doctor is the evilist man
March 19, 2011
This movie defines "NEW" horror. All the *********! Dr. Heiter takes manipulation, creepiness, and sheer terror to a new level. There is nothing more "shocking" in this movie that you would not see in "Hostel" or "Saw"! I read all the comments...if it's so
November 11, 2010
My real vote would be "MAYBE" It took me a long time to work up the nerve to see this movie. The plot is truely disgusting beyond belief. Two female tourists and one japanese man are kidnapped by a demented surgeon somewhere in Germany. They are drugged, and wake up in his basement laboritory. The surgeon, who became famous specializing in the separation
October 20, 2010
This movie is the worst,bad acting,bad script,!I hate this movie! Sickening ,degrading,a waste of time and money! There are many more good B grade movies of the horror genere out there. This one gets an FFFFFFFF! That's too good for it.Plain disgusting!
October 16, 2010
Dr. Heiter has to be the creepiest character I've watched in a long time. The looks, speech and mannerisms he gave in this movie was really impressive. The plot was somewhat predictable after the initial shock in what was happening. Monsters and aliens don't scare me, but the human dark side can really freak me out. Makes you wonder if this stuff

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Village Voice
Centipede plays on the notion that the only thing more frightening than death is a state bridging life and death, in which, though one's body is no longer his own to control, the mind remains conscious. Full Review
David Edelstein
New York Magazine
The movie stinks to heaven. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Crosses the line from horror to just plain sick. Full Review
Marjorie Baumgarten
Austin Chronicle
Coprophiliacs looking for a movie that really rings their chimes will be positively tintinnabulating from this arthouse horror number. Full Review
Michael Ordona
Los Angeles Times
There are terrible movies and there are loathsome movies. And then there's that rare breed so idiotic, exploitative and sickening one wishes they could be scrubbed from memory. The Human Centipede (First Sequence) is such a specimen. Would that I had 100 legs to kick it. Full Review
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