Human Centipede director Tom Six is returning with a film even more "vile" and "inhumane" – if that's even possible.
It's been three years since the end of the Human Centipede trilogy – the shocking and controversial horror series that showcased the ways in which one can fasten multiple people together – and now the director is ready to bring us The Onania Club.
The plot specifics are still under wraps, but Six has told Indie Wire that it will be a psychological thriller that features "mostly strong female characters" and will "definitely pass the Bechdel test with flying colours".
We also know the cast, which includes Jessica Morris, Darcy DeMoss, Deborah Twiss, Karen Strassman, and Flo Lawrence.
The Onania Club will be set in Hollywood, California, and a press release for the film has promised it "will be one of the most vile, inhumane movie experiences of all time". So definitely one for families.
But seriously, if Six says it will be one of the most vile and inhumane movies experiences of all time, it's probably going to be even more horrifying.
Perhaps it'll disgust people even more than Lars Van Trier's The House That Jack Built, which prompted mass walk-outs at its Cannes Film Festival screening.
Just so you know, 'onania' is an old term for masturbation. So, erm, yeah. Enjoy!
The Onania Club is set for a winter release this year.
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