Get out your calendars, kids! Tom Six's already controversial film The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence has been given a domestic release date, and we have the skinny on when you'll be able to see the flick in theatres.
Let me be clear ... around here we love Tom Six. The guy's an absolute madman and all the better for it. Six made a big splash with The Human Centipede: First Sequence, and he's already been banned in the UK for The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence which he describes as making the first flick look like "My Little Pony", and now ...
With the release of The Human Centipede II just around the corner via IFC Midnight, we sat down recently with star Ashlynn Yennie, who riffed engagingly on the Tom Six-directed flick and its BBFC ban, her experiences attending horror cons, her take on the correlation between cinematic and social violence, and her recent water-fight with I Spit on Your Grave’s Sarah Butler.
Human Centipede II: Full Sequence has garnered an impressive amount of press of late. At the start of June we told you that the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) had declared it "unclassifiable," and now we've got some pretty interesting words from the film's UK distributor, Eureka.
Wondering who will be making up the twelve-person "100% medically inaccurate" human centipede for the recently banned in the UK second film? Wonder no longer as we have the names of each and every link!
Well now. It sounds as if director Tom Six's claim that The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence would make the first one "look like My Little Pony" is holding A LOT of water in the UK where it has been officially rejected by the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), thereby banning it from being released there.
You know how we always say that our friends in the UK have all the fun? Well, sometimes they get the shit end of the stick like we do. Case in point - Tom Six's The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence.
If there's one project that has us excited beyond words if only because of its absolute coolness and badassery, it's The Bloody Best Project, and, man, do we have a treat for you!
As promised, on this most auspicious date of December 11th, Dread Central has a gloomy birthday treat for fans of the first horror host, the one-and-only Vampira: the exclusive premiere of the first video off the Vampira: The Movie Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD.
In our never ending quest to bring you every damned thing that's cool imaginable, we're proud to help celebrate the birthday of great and forever sexy Vampira along with a lot of familiar faces -- right here on DC! That's right, kids! On December 11th Dread Central has a ghoulish birthday treat planned for fans of the first horror host -- the one and only Vampira.
A really cool new art book project for horror fans has been cooking for a couple of months, and we've got all the details to share along with a few photographs that are sure to pique both your curiosity and your interest. Read on to learn more about The Bloody Best Project. Here's a synopsis of what you can expect from The Bloody Best Project:
The original The Human Centipede (First Sequence) is back on VOD in celebration of Fantastic Fest along with Philip Ridley’s sublime psychological thriller Heartless (starring Jim Sturgess); Simon Rumley’s hardcore Red, White & Blue; Josh Reed’s neo-Ozploitation horror film Primal; and Abel Ferry’s gripping scarefest High Lane.
Ever since we got word that Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here) is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th from IFC Films and MPI Media Group, we've been anxiously awaiting the full list of extra features that will be included. Today that wait is officially over. The DVD and Blu-ray will both be available as bonus-filled, unrated versions that include: * Deleted scenes * Behind-the-scenes footage * An interview with Tom Six * Casting
This writer is asking the horror community as we approach October – our month of months – to unite for a good cause: to support local Los Angeles women battling breast cancer by giving a small donation and also support the horror actresses who are supporting them.
One thing that can really make or break a horror film is the choice of music for its soundtrack, and no one is more aware of that than Fetch producer Theodore Loscalzo, who dropped us a line with a little behind-the-scenes info on the scoring process for the film along with a few clips of the types of music we can expect to hear in the finished product.