The Human Centipede 3 (2015) – Review, Rating and Synopsis
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The Human Centipede 3 (2015) Rating:
- Raoul = 2 / 10;
- IMDb = 2.8 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 1.8 / 10;
The Human Centipede 3 (2015) Synopsis:
In a loss-making US prison, the demented director and his faithful assistant will test a revolutionary method of punishment.
The Human Centipede 3 (2015) Review:
After two shocking Human Centipede movies, Tom Six comes back for a third opus referred to as 100% politically incorrect. While this somehow true, the movie is also 99% boring.
As compared to the first two movies, The Human Centipede 3 has the look of a low budget movie, and the acting quality too. The acting was the strength of the first two movies, with both Dieter Laser (Human Centipede) and Laurence R. Harvey (Human Centipede 2) being excellent in their respective roles. They are both back here, but comedy clearly isn’t suited for them and the way they overplay is irritating to the point where I almost stopped watching. The constant screaming of Dieter Laser is unbearable (he literally screams half of his lines).
Now about the 100% politically incorrect… it means a compilation of awkward racist, misogynist, Nazism, and homophobic jokes. Thereee is nothing subtle about it, and certainly nothing deeply unsettling about it. What was meant to be a shocking horror movie turned into a lame campy comedy with humor worthy of the latest Scary Movie sequels?
The only thing left is the gory aspect of it, and fortunately there a couple of good splatter scenes to save the movie from being an absolute turkey, including a human caterpillar that should have been exploited more.
At wanting to shock the audience too much, Tom Six forgot to make a good movie. With one of the worst acting I have seen in a long time, a human centipede to be seen for only a few minutes, and a bunch of questionable jokes, this movie weights pretty low on the rating scale.