Human Centipede II to host UK Premiere at FrightFest’s All-Nighter

Human Centipede IITom Six’ controversial sequel to THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE, THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE II (FULL SEQUENCE), which was initially banned by the BBFC will now fill the midnight surprise slot at Film4 FrightFest’s All-Nighter at the Vue Cinema in London’s Leicester Square. The film will also play on the 4th of November as part of the Bristol event.

Tom Six and producer Ilona Six along with many members of the cast will be in attendance for the London screening. FrightFest world premiered the original film also directed by Tom Six, and were thrilled to learn he included the FrightFest organisers’ names (Ian, Paul, Alan Greg) as key characters in his superb sequel.

Alan Jones, FrightFest co-director, commented: “We’re delighted to be hosting the UK premiere of THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE II (FULL SEQUENCE). FrightFest world premiered the original film also directed by Tom Six, and this sequel is exactly the sort of genre movie FrightFest is world famous for championing: it’s surprising, shocking, satirical, sobering and sensational. Horror movies rarely come as controversial as Six’ latest assault on the senses and we cannot wait to let our audience share its complex cleverness and introduce them to as many cast and crew members as we can. Our grateful thanks go to Eureka Entertainment for allowing us to show the movie”.

Human Centipede II

Ian Sadler, sales director for Eureka Entertainment added: Eureka Entertainment, and Bounty Films (Australia), are extremely excited to be able to present The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) at FRIGHTFEST. Fans of the first film are in for a fun-filled, stomach churning, seat squirming treat of the most nauseous. Tom Six has delivered us a villain who in years to come will be revered alongside Freddie and Jason. The “silence of the banned”? No more. Thank you BBFC”.

Read more about the line-up Here Tickets cost £50 and go on sale on Saturday October 1. To book call 08712 240 240 or go online Here. Tickets can also be bought at the cinema. For full programme & timetable log onto


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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