ByJancy Richardson, writer at
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

The Human Centipede II managed to be eye-poppingly revolting even though director Tom Six was forced by censors to release the film in black and white.

Four years on, Six has cheekily poked back at those who restricted his creative freedom with this little colorized snap from HCII:

The movie - check out a full breakdown of Human Centipede II here if you don't want to sit through it yourself - was proper grindhouse grossness, but I'm not sure if I would have found it any more wonderfully vile in glorious technicolor.

Case in point...

Sure, it would have looked less 'artsy' and more virulently bloody, but the events and the awful, gut-wrenching sounds would have remained the same.

Fat, deranged loner Martin hamfistedly stapling a dozen people together mouth-to-anus could hardly be more horrifying... could it?


Would The Human Centipede II have been more disturbing in color?

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