Christoph Hübner is a German film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his work in the horror genre, having directed such films as The Bunker (2001), The Strangers (2004), and The Human Centipede (2009).
Hübner was born in Berlin, Germany in 1968. He studied film directing at the HFF Munich from 1987 to 1995, where he wrote and directed several short films. After graduating, he directed his first feature film, The Bunker, in 2001. The film was a psychological horror story set in World War II and starred Juliane Köhler, Heino Ferch, and Ulrich Matthes. It was a critical success, winning numerous awards at international festivals.
In 2004, Hübner directed The Strangers, a horror-thriller about a group of strangers who are invited to a remote cabin in the woods and discover a mysterious and sinister force lurking in the shadows. The film starred Moritz Bleibtreu and Nina Hoss, and was a commercial and critical success.
Hübner's next project was The Human Centipede (2009). It was a controversial film about a mad scientist who kidnaps three people and surgically attaches them together to form a human centipede. Despite its graphic content, the film was a box office success and garnered a cult following.
In 2012, Hübner directed the horror-thriller The Divide, which starred Michael Biehn and Rosanna Arquette. The film was a critical and commercial success, and earned Hübner a Saturn Award nomination for Best Horror Film.
Most recently, Hübner directed the horror-comedy Dead Before Dawn 3D (2014), which starred Christopher Lloyd and Devon Bostick. The film was a critical and commercial success and won several awards at international festivals.
Hübner is currently working on a new horror film, The Witch, which is set to be released in 2016. He is also developing a television series based on The Human Centipede.
Christoph Hübner has established himself as one of the most successful horror directors of the modern era. His films are renowned for their intense suspense and shocking content, and have gained a large and loyal fanbase. His films are sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats for years to come.