Next time I hold a staff meeting at work I am going to show The Human Centipede. I have never seen a better film about the importance of teamwork.
The main problem I had with The Human Centipede is that is wasn't shocking/gory/scary/funny enough. It is a concept film and the concept is good: so good that it became a cultural phenomenon (much like Toddlers and Tiaras). Problem was that the execution was just plain boring (unlike Toddlers and Tiaras, which is awesome and I wish it was on year round).
The Human Centipede works best as a comedy. Dieter Laser as the demented Doctor is hysterical. He is a modern day Dr. Frankenstein.
He also looks a bit like Geoff Tate from Queensryche. I always wondered what happened to him. When Laser screams "Feed her" I almost fell off the couch laughing. Best part of the film.
I am intrigued by Tom Six. I like it when Directors become part of the show, ala Alfred Hitchcock. I am looking forward to seeing what he does after he is finished with The Centipede Trilogy. I also like that his Cinematographer is named Goof De Kooning. That name just makes me happy. Enjoy the preview to the sequel. I will see it, because it looks very different in tone from first one. Of course, it may be many, many years until I am in the mood for a 12 person sewn ass to mouth film.