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“The Human Centipede” Sequel Promises More Grossness

Remember “The Human Centipede“? You may have blocked it out. It’s a movie about two women, a man, and a mad scientist who links the three together surgically — by attaching one’s mouth to the next one’s bottom. Unpleasant? Why, yes. Still, apparently the people want more because Bloody Disgusting reports a “Human Centipede” sequel is now in the works: “Human Centipede: Full Sequence.” The premise: 12 people are attached in the same sick fashion. We can hardly wait to not see it. [ONTD] Keep reading »

“The Human Centipede” To Be Turned Into Porn Movie

Remember “The Human Centipede? That super-gross movie about a mad scientist who attaches three people in an obscene formation? Well, it doesn’t seem possible, but a porn director is doing the unthinkable and turning “The Human Centipede” into a porn movie, “The Human Sex-ipede.” Here’s what director Lee Roy Myers has to say about how he came up with his shocking concept: “I thought, ‘You know what, this is the perfect concept to base a parody around. Anything putting human faces that close to genitals deserves the porn treatment.’” OK! Suffice to say, we won’t be ordering a copy for The Frisky HQ. Or will we? [xbiz.com] Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Furry Vengeance,” “Nightmare On Elm Street,” “Paper Man,” “The Human Centipede”

Sure it’s springtime, love is in the air and the birds are singing. But do you know what else is in the air? Pollen. And the bees are singing too … kinda. You might fall in love frolicking in the park, but you might also fall in love in a dark movie theater, sitting next to a handsome stranger who offers you his popcorn. If you’re going to take that route, this week’s movie releases are going to offer some really interesting post-movie conversation. To scare the crap out of yourself, go see “Nightmare on Elm Street,” or (shudder) “The Human Centipede (First Sequence).” If you’re carting kids or like watching animals be devious, catch “Furry Vengeance.” If you want to see Michael Caine kick some butt, there’s “Harry Brown,” and if you want to feast your eyes on Ryan Reynolds playing Jeff Daniels’ imaginary superhero, watch “Paper Man.” Keep reading »

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