No fucking around this time. No fake articles. No pre-April Fool’s jokes.
You’re here because you want to be here. You need to be here.
The Human Centipede compels you.
We all know the story by now. Director Tom Six’s first English-language film, Human Centipede (First Sequence) is about a doctor (Dieter Laser) who traps two ditzy American tourists (Ashley C. Williams and Ashlynn Yennie) and a Japanese businessman (Akihiro Kitamura) in his home. He uses them in his experiment to create, well, a Human Centipede, a self-sustaining creature made of three humans, each feeding the next, connected via their mouths and gastric systems. Six claims that the film is “100% medically accurate.” Also? There will be a sequel, The Human Centipede (Full Sequence), due out this December. Merry Christmas.
If anyone was into ATM, this may well change that. We’ve seen a few pictures, some pretty weird sketches, and a clip (rounded up delightfully here). Now there’s an actual trailer for the film, which will be released via IFC on April 28th, with a limited theatrical release on April 30th.
The trailer is actually… not terrible. I mean, once you get over the initial gruesomeness of the concept. It’s a little bit campy, even. It’s not red-band, so not too much is shown, just flashes. It really isn’t that bad.
(Source: Bloody Disgusting)