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Published July 3rd 2015
Just wait till you see the caterpillar
Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) Poster
Fans of the Human Centipede Trilogy should all know by now that in a Human Centipede movie, no one is safe and that still rings true for the third, and unfortunately, final film in this infamous series.
The film is written and directed by Tom Six, who makes an epic cameo as himself and stars Dieter Laser (star of the original and unique Human Centipede: Full Sequence) and Laurence R. Harvey (star of the gloriously grizzly, artistic and at times hilarious Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence) in some of their best performances yet. The third film revolves around an overcrowded, all American prison, which is run by an insanely evil, womanising and rather disgusting man, by the name of Bill Boss and his, lesser of two evils, assistant Dwight Butler.
Bill (Dieter Laser) and Dwight (Laurence R. Harvey) doing the rounds at the prison
The prison is in trouble with its massive amounts of food and medical costs of its prisoners, mainly due to Bill Boss' medieval torture techniques which are not to be watched by those with a weak stomach.
Diagram of the world's longest Human Centipede!
Just when it seems that all is lost and the prison is set to be closed, Dwight comes up with the idea of the centenary, to form all the prisoners into the biggest "human centipede" the world has ever and probably will ever see!
Burlesque queen Miss Soxie Liqueur'e and her partner Duncan Shaw were some of the lucky few to meet Laurence R. Harvey (star of both Human Centipede 2 & 3) at the Perth Luna Cinema Screening
This film is filled with amazing cinematography, hilarious "in-jokes", social commentary and, of course, that all important gross gore we have all come to expect from this wicked trilogy of excremental goodness.
The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) is rated R 18 for high impact sexual violence, violence, sex and disturbing scenes and is due to be released on both DVD and Blu-Ray in Australia by Monster Pictures.