Ten movies that are ranked way worse than the Human Centipede 3:
Free to watch online on YouTube in two versions:
According to the film’s producer Anthony Cardoza (in an interview by film historian Tom Weaver), the opening shower and murder scene were added after the film was completed because director Coleman Francis liked the risqué material.
Some prints are edited to show the woman clothed for the duration of the scene, with the only forbidden flesh shown being a very brief topless flash as she towels herself in front of a mirror. Other prints have a slightly longer version of the scene with more fleeting nudity.
Cast and characters:
Tor Johnson … Joseph Javorsky/The Beast – Plan 9 from Outer Space; The Unearthly; The Black Sleep; Bride of the Monster; et al
Bing Stafford … Jim Archer
Larry Aten … Joe Dobson
Douglas Mellor … Hank Radcliffe
Barbara Francis … Lois Radcliffe
Ronald Francis … Randy Radcliffe
Alan Francis … Art Radcliffe
Jim Oliphant … Vacationing Husband
Linda Bielema … Vacationing Wife
Anthony Cardoza … KGB Driver/Helpful Neighbour
Bob Labansat … Javorsky’s Bodyguard
John Morrison … KGB Passenger
Jim Miles … Javorsky’s Driver
Eric Tomlin … Motorist Run off the Road
George Prince … Man Who Reports Murder
Conrad Brooks … Man at Airfield – Plan 9 from Outer Space; Bride of the Monster
Graham Stafford … News Boy
Lanell Cado … Strangled Woman
Coleman Francis … Gas Station Attendant/Newspaper Patron
Marcia Knight … Jim’s Woman
Joseph Luis Rubin … Police Officer
Although fictionally based on the real-life Yucca Flat, actual shooting locations for the film were all in California: Santa Clarita (desert scenes), Saugus (aeroplane scenes) and Van Nuys (opening scene interior).
The film’s total budget was estimated at $34,000.
MOVIES and MANIA rating: