A new film by the director of Human Centipede Tom Six is set to be just as dark as you might expect.
The new movie will be titled The Onania Club and, according to Vice, has been in the works for a few years now.
Six claims that the film is his 'best work yet' and describes it as 'it's like a beautiful flower growing on a mass grave'.
He told the publisher that the synopsis is 'about a woman named Hanna who secretly joins a group called The Onania Club'.
He continued: "Its members are strong independent LA-based women who, just like herself, all get aroused by the misery of others.
"Hanna meets more misery than she could ever hope for, and in the process loses everything she cares for."
A trailer for the movie released in 2018 was simply a 40 second clip of a group of women masturbating to footage of 9/11.
The filmmaker also said that the shocking themes of the film are based on real life events.
He added: "Mankind is more evil and perverted in real life than anything I could ever come up with.
"I have a huge library with books filled with scandals, human psychology, Freemasons, history, dictators, decadence etc.
"The world elites throughout history have always been the biggest perverts.
"To give one example, during a wild party in Hollywood's Golden Era, actor Errol Flynn and his rich friends stole the body of their recently deceased friend John Barrymore to party with him one last time.
"I combined that with twisted necrophilia rumours of certain types. I used that as inspiration for different scenes in The Onania Club, which I won't spoil."
Six also agreed, to a certain extent, that the theme of the movie is based on Hollywood elites being 'the biggest perverts'.
He went on to say: "The main theme of the film is schadenfreude of the elites. It is not directly related to Harvey Weinstein, but he too was someone with enormous power and money.
"Producers and studio heads from Hollywood's golden era, such as Harry Cohn [president of Colombia Pictures] were even worse and made a lot of innocent victims.
"It is all well documented. Money and power make people do crazy things.
"Schadenfreude is mankind's worst emotion, according to philosopher Schopenhauer.
"We all are members of The Onania Club in a way, minus the masturbation."
Six is still searching for a distributor so the release date of the horror movie is still unknown.
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Topics: TV and Film