Latest ‘Human Centipede 3’ Trailer Showcases The Plot

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The Human Centipede 3 arrives in theaters and on VOD later this month, but today we have a new trailer for the film that is sure to make your skin crawl.

Set in the most violent prison in America, The Human Centipede 3 finds franchise stars Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey returning in new roles, but with (basically) the same goal in mind. You see, both Laser and Harvey have become so fed up with the way their prison operates that they have decided to go to extreme measures to ensure no further wrongdoing occurs, and those measures just so happen to involve the creation of a 500-person human centipede.

No, that was a not a typo. The Human Centipede 3 will feature a chain of 500 prisoners connected from ass to mouth by low budget surgery. There is a glimpse of what that will look like in the trailer, but I assume the final product will be far more visceral in its depiction.

The latest trailer for Human Centipede 3 details all of the above, as well as why series creator Tom Six will now appear in the story. Apparently, this film takes place in a universe where the other two Centipede titles exist, so when the decision to construct a new centipede is made it’s Tom Six who is called in to supervise the operation.

Eric Roberts, iconic star of film and television, also appears. I don’t know why someone such as him agreed to be in this film, but he too appears in the preview below.

The Human Centipede 3 will be released on May 22. Comment below and let us know if you have the stomach for the latest creation from Tom Six.

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