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Tom Six’s ‘The Onania Club’ Teaser Trailer Is Here – And It’s Definitely NSFW

Tom Six, the creator of The Human Centipede trilogy, revealed back in May that he was working on a new project. A “vile and inhumane” film called The Onania Club. Now, we have our first glimpse at the horror flick in the form of a teaser trailer. You can watch the NSFW teaser below:

In the trailer, we can see a group of elite women masturbating to footage of 9/11. This is certainly something that is going to push a lot of buttons, and rightly so. In a statement prefacing the trailer, director Tom Six had this to say:

“My latest movie, The Onania Club, deals with human vileness on many levels, its main theme is ‘schadenfreude’, an emotion that philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer called: ‘the most evil sin of human feeling’ and ‘diabolic’. Where The Human Centipede trilogy is mostly body horror; The Onania Club deals with this pure psychological horror.”

We don’t have much information about the plot, but the director did have this to say:

“Strong, rich, white L.A. women (über bitches) run the show and deeply enjoy the misery of others. The film will be a pleasant breath of polluted air in todays growing political correctness and intolerance.”

Tom Six wrote the script and directed the movie. The cast includes Jessica Morris, Darcy DeMoss, Deborah Twiss, Karen Strassman, and Flo Lawrence.

Although we only have less than a minute of footage, The Onania club looks like it is going to be the most controversial film of the year. It will be interesting to see if this footage has any sort of social relevance or purpose to advance the plot, or whether it is just controversial for the sake of shocking. I’m sure the movie will certainly disturb and push viewers to their limits.

The Onania Club is going to be released this autumn, but we don’t have a specific date yet. Don’t expect this title to get a wide release.

What do you think of this teaser trailer? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!

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