Martin (Laurence R. Harvey) is a lonely little man who works as a guard at a car park and when he isn't he goes home to live with his mum. But Martin is a huge fan of the movie "The Human Centipede" and decides he is not only going to recreate the human centipede but go better with an even longer one. It leads to him attacking a series of people and taking them to an empty room he has leased so that when he has enough he can connect them like in the movie.
Firstly after watching "The Human Centipede" and questioning the mind of someone to come up with that idea or the sanity of those who watched it and enjoyed it I find myself biting the bullet and enduring the follow up "The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)". I wish I hadn't bothered as not only is this movie sicker than the first with a much greater graphic nature but it has the feel of an artsy independent with it being shot in black & white with a cast of unknowns. To put it simply what we get for the majority of the movie is a fat little man who collects humans through violent means and then becomes even more violent towards them once he has connected them. It isn't entertaining in the slightest and simply sick on a horrendous level which caused it to be banned from UK cinemas.
What this all boils down to is that whilst I disliked "The Human Centipede" I really dislike "The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)" and am question my own sanity for staying with the movie to its sick climax.