'Human Centipede II' Poster Is '100% Medically Inaccurate' But it is 95% disgusting
When the best you can say about a film is that it's "intentionally controversial," it probably sucks. The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) fits neatly into this category, but the poster is a huge improvement over the first movie's. Not that the first one was bad, but the sequel's is more abstract and interesting, and more organic than the HR Giger comparisons would have you think (a Giger poster would be a robot spine having sex with something). Even this poster, as cool as it is, is topped by one linked in the Slashfilm comments and credited to the commenter's local theater. Bravo. I wish the movie was worth all this effort, but here we are. Larger versions of all three posters after the jump.
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