Check out the calculations in this still from The Human Centipede Part 2: Full Sequence.
Yes! Both 3×4 and 4×3 do equal 12. He's absolutely correct. And if you look at the bottom of the page, you see a pretty strong indication that Martin knows his alphabet too. A (probably) then B then something then D then E – I can't fault that.
The more observant of you will see several other pieces of knowledge and intelligence on display, from an understanding of the conventional order in which a book can be read and where you can touch a page to turn it over, basic grammar and some fancy latin sounding stuff about what you, like, call twins when there's more than two of them.
Personally, I'm most excited to see this film. Bring it on, online import retailers.
For more new stills from the film, visit Ugo.
I've got a knackered arm and I'm on serious painkillers so I'm virtually tripping and I feel like I'm going to puke – let's see what some blog posts look like when I write them like this. (I said this to Rich earlier, and he suggested I add this to my posts written under these circumstances. So I am. I'm too nauseous to understand, but I can follow orders).