The story isn’t groundbreakingly original — an epidemic has left mankind in shambles and the walking dead are everywhere. Three men, two zombie hunters and a scientist named Gyno, have holed up in a fortress while they hunt not only the undead but for clues as to what happened to bring about this catastrophe.
Academy-Award nominated actor Thomas Haden Church co-stars as a tough as nails Park Ranger who teams with an unsuspecting teenager, played by David Dorfman, to escape a cursed stretch of highway that resurrects roadkill in the form flesh-eating zombie animals. This new breed of terror is not just playing dead.
‘The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)’ will steer away from any “realism” (the original was touted as being 100 percent medically accurate) and instead promises to be “pretty nasty” according to Six. “I had so many ideas that I couldn’t fit them all in the movie,” the director told IFC. “I wanted the audience to get used to this crazy centipede. Now, in ‘Part 2,’ I can use all my ideas. So everything is in it this time. I don’t hold back anything.” He also compared part one to ‘My Little Pony’ if that tells you anything.
This time around, Six is putting up 12 victims on the slab versus three — and he’s brought along a new “doctor” to perform his hideous experiment … someone named Martin. Who might Martin be? Six isn’t saying, but since he’s promising this will be the “sickest movie of all-time,” so anything is possible. ‘The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)’ isn’t due out until 2011, but the morbidly curious can get their first peek at what Six has in the works by checking out the teaser trailer below.