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Blu-Ray Review: ‘The Human Centipede’ Delivers Campy, Queasy Chills

The Human Centipede Blu-Ray

CHICAGO – Here’s a knee-jerk horrorshow with a premise so monumentally galvanizing and profoundly disgusting that it manages to upstage the film itself. Once you’ve discovered what the “Human Centipede” is, in all of its grotesque awfulness, your mind instantly creates a vision more viscerally disturbing than anything that could possibly be captured on film.

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