Acts as a commentary for the depraved audience the first film attracted by portraying itself in a faux-arthouse style (for people who thought it had a deeper meaning) and hyper-focusing on gore (for people who enjoyed the gross-out). It’s a nice idea for a follow-up, but the film relies on that single idea.
You want more? You need more? You must more! I'm only viewing the trailers of these, so this one looks like a meta slasher film about a put upon loser who becomes obsessed with the first movie and attempts and I don't give a s*** if he succeeds in making a human centipede of his own... Complete with popcorn psychology!! Humankind's head disappears up its own ass...
Tom Six decides to make an art horror film, and holy fuck, does he make a gross and disgusting one. And if that is your thing, yeah, you'll dig it. And one thing that must be said for these two movies, Tom Six really does cast great people for playing the most creepy motherfuckers out there.
2 - Hilarious, but not for the reasons Six intended. What was meant as a harrowing journey through a demented man's psyche, peppered with a hearty dose of pitch-black comedy, is instead the riotous display of a director's desperate attempts to get every last yelp out of the thoroughly impressionable silly billies that branded his previous effort "the most disturbing film ever made".
I have always been a lover of black and white films, for the reason that there is so little left to the imagination. Everything is left on the table, and the brutality of this film is no exception. The absolute brilliance that Tom Six expresses is, likely to most people, obscene and disgusting. However, when one looks at this from the psychological condition of coprophagia, it changes the perspective. Awesome film.
Prevalece por el castigo descarado al que se somete a las víctimas, pero más atractivo resulta la fisionomía del protagonista. Lo grotesco es por lo tanto lo que prima THC. Lo decepcionante es cómo se resuelve todo este caso. Una caso alineado al de "American psycho".