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The upcoming sequel to graphic Dutch horror movie The Human Centipede has been banned from release in the U.K. after British censors deemed the film “unacceptable” to be shown to the public.
The original film, about a German doctor who kidnaps three tourists and surgically joins them mouth to anus to form a human centipede, received mixed reviews upon its limited release last year (10), and now the follow-up The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) is causing controversy over its sexually violent plotline.
The disturbing new movie, written and directed by Tom Six, was due for release on Dvd this year (11), but it will not hit the U.K. market following a ruling by officials at the British Board of Film Classification.
In the decision, officials declared the horror “sexually violent and potentially obscene”, adding, “There is a strong focus throughout on the link between sexual arousal and sexual violence and a clear association between pain, perversity and sexual pleasure.
“It is the Board’s conclusion that the explicit presentation of the central character’s obsessive sexually violent fantasies is in breach of its Classification Guidelines and poses a real, as opposed to a fanciful, risk that harm is likely to be caused to potential viewers.”
The censors also insisted any kind of edit would fail to pass Bbfc standards to even receive an age rating, as the movie featured “unacceptable material” throughout.
Filmmakers have six weeks to appeal the decision.
Update on the sequel to a Nicholson classic
Director Richard Linklater (“A Scanner Darkly”) tells MTV that he’s still developing the sequel to the Jack Nicholson classic, “The last Detail”. just one thing – he hasn’t told Jack about it yet.
“I haven’t even talked to Nicholson about it yet; I don’t even know if he’s read it. … It hasn’t gotten that far down the line. they haven’t made an offer to him yet or anything like that”, he says. “[But] you can’t do it without the bad Ass,” he laughed, referring to Nicholson’s surly character Billy “bad Ass” Buddusky.
You also couldn’t do it without Randy Quaid – thankfully, he does have the script. “I sent [Quaid] the script, and he’d be great. I hope he’ll [do it].”
The sequel, “last Flag Flying”, has Buddusky running a bar and Quaid’s Larry Meadows reuniting with him after the Iraq war takes his son’s life. Rumours persist that Morgan Freeman is interested in taking over the role of Mule from the deceased Otis Young.
“I’m kind of in limbo….”, Linklater laughed.
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It wouldn’t be a Summer Movie Preview week without a few too many shots and an unforgettably forgettable night in Bangkok, right? That’s why we’re continuing our all-week look at the summer season’s hottest movies today with an exclusive photo from “The Hangover part II,” director Todd Phillips’ follow-up to his 2009 breakout hit. It’s a rare look at all four members of the wolf pack — Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha — with mere moments to go before their drunken misadventures through the streets of Thailand commence.
In addition to the photo, MTV News sat down with Phillips to talk about the “Hangover” sequel, and he explained why he thinks round two is going to work just as well (if not better than) the original film.
“I think there are very few sequels that have been made that live up to or exceed their first film. ‘The Godfather’ is the first one,” said the director. “We had always planned on calling it ‘The Hangover 2,’ and when we finished the script, I changed the cover page and wrote ‘The Hangover part II,’ because I think the film lives up to or exceeds the first one. it was very much a nod to ‘The Godfather.’”
But the “Godfather” comparisons may end there — because even though the third film in that franchise was critically skewered, Phillips isn’t closed off to the idea of a third “Hangover.”
“I could [do a third],” he said. “And I’m only saying that because we love working together — me, Ed, Bradley, Zach, Justin, Ken Jeong. we have such a good time on these movies. I know it sounds absurd, but I see other movies that have gone to three and you go, ‘I get why they do it.’ It’s actually fun. we just spend the whole day laughing and trying to make a movie.”
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