Second ‘The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)’ Poster

Tom Six returns to direct this sequel about a deranged man obsessed with the first film, in select theaters today, October 7th.
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Second ‘The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)’ Poster
Sources: IFC Films

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  • ROFLitschristian • 4 years ago

    @ghostman Haha. That one would deserve the "sick" quote.

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    • slysnide • 4 years ago

      @ghostman: Agreed 100% to the millionth power.

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      • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

        @ghostman Symbolical wise, we already are.

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        • ghostman • 4 years ago

          @bawnian-dexeus@slysnide@ROFLitschristian@kguy

          Let's hop we don't see the male version of this poster ;)

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          • slysnide • 4 years ago

            @ghostman: idkyi just didn't scroll down the page. :P

            [I like that I was lazy enough to substitute 3 words with 3 letters, with 2 single letter words thrown in, though this sentence explaining it rules out the laziness factor]

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            • slysnide • 4 years ago

              @bawnian-dexeus: No, somehow I got this Robert Mapplethorpe photo into the conversation, and we debated that since it was of a nude minor that how it could be publicly distributed without being considered child porn, despite the parents and kid gave complete consent, as regardless of the context, if a pedophile or registered child sex offender had copies of the photos for their pleasure, they could technically be considered child porn. But then I forgot who the photographer was and that caused the debate to lengthen as I couldn't look up the answer to this debate, and when I did remember him I still couldn't find the answer.

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              • ghostman • 4 years ago

                @slysnide About 3 hours ago i mentioned to @bawnian-dexeus if for some reason they used a child to create this poster would it be child pornography, and then you started talking about this guy who took pics of naked little boys, and only nude men..then died of AIDS. Soon, conspiracy struck to theorize that the man (who's name is Robert) was doing something 'fishy' on those photograph sets....Nirvana showed up and I thought to myself "Smells like Teen Spirit" haha :D

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                • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

                  Wait are we still debating if this body belongs to a child? O.o

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                  • felipe-11 • 4 years ago

                    I feel completely indifferent to this poster beside the fact that I wonder how "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" poster got censored for a nipple and how this is almost a vagina in your face.

                    Not complaining though

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                    • slysnide • 4 years ago

                      @ghostman: How the hell did I stumble onto that subject in this article? :P

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                      • ROFLitschristian • 4 years ago

                        @ghostman Oh thanks for noticing. I didn't think anyone really read my 3! comments. :P

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                        • ROFLitschristian • 4 years ago

                          @ghostman I think what @slysnide is trying to say is that if it's used in a legal sense, it's okay? Like Nirvana's album cover to Nevermind.

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                          • ghostman • 4 years ago

                            @slysnide Good idea about filming friends reactions! Actually, this has been the longest convo we'd had on here :) But I'm sure I'll remind you about it tomorrow, and about that AIDS thing..who knows, maybe he WAS doing something behind the curtains when taking photos ;)

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                            • slysnide • 4 years ago

                              @ghostman: I got it. It was Robert Mapplethorpe. A photographer who made B&W portraits of nude guys and died of AIDS in '89, except the kid I mentioned wasn't 14, maybe half that. Still no data on how that's legal, but I'll figure it out eventually or forget about this conversation by tomorrow morning. :P [I guess that's a good reason to watch it, as long as you got a camcorder to post their reactions online-:P]

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                              • ghostman • 4 years ago

                                @slysnide Yep, it is. I guess it's that sick, ;) I've been waiting to see this movie ever since I saw the first one, not that I'm sadistic, it's just you know, to have a good time watching it with friends at a party to see who gets sick first lol!

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                                • slysnide • 4 years ago

                                  @ghostman: Oh ha ha. :P Is that guy pictured in the centipede story on the far left holding a puke bucket?

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                                  • ghostman • 4 years ago

                                    @slysnide Haha! you said "this is gonna 'bug' me now" XD

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                                    • slysnide • 4 years ago

                                      @ghostman: Most definitely, but publicly distributing the photos I'd think would be illegal. This would be so much easier if I could just recall the photographer's name. I'm gonna google famous photographers and see if any names ring bells so I can get to the bottom of this, cause this is gonna bug me now.

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                                      • ghostman • 4 years ago

                                        @slysnide I'm sure the child's parents were there with him, and the photographer had to get written/signed permission to take nude photos of an under-aged person right?

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