Human Centipede: First Sequence
It seems like we've been waiting for The Human Centipede to get some kind of a release for about a year now. But thankfully the time is finally upon us. And if you're in the New York area, you can check it out at midnight tonight!
There’s bold. There’s audacious. Then there’s The Human Centipede. I first saw director Tom Six’s award-winning body horror flick The Human Centipede (First Sequence) last October during the 2009 Screamfest Film Festival. Sitting inside the packed theater, you could hear the nervous rumblings throughout the room of those who were unsure of what they were about to see.
A couple of Dread Central staffers had the chance to watch The Human Centipede (First Sequence) a few days ago, and we still haven't quite recovered from it! As this clip shows, Dieter Laser as Dr. Heiter is one very sick man!
You know that feeling you get when things are about to go horribly awry? It's that very thing that permeates this latest two-minute clip from Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence). Dig it!
Now this is pretty cool. Every since word broke about The Human Centipede (First Sequence), the Internet has been in overdrive with fans hungry to know more. Now you're getting your chance to ask! Bloody Disgusting is offering fans a chance to leave some questions for director Tom Six to be answered at a later date via video on MySpace. Click the above link for details.
You've read the reviews. You've seen the concept art. You've been horrified by the stills. You loved the one-sheet. Now the moment you've been waiting for ... the trailer debut for the little flick that's given new meaning to the term "ass to mouth" -- Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence)!
Finally the official US one-sheet for Tom Six's disturbing little tale The Human Centipede (First Sequence) has come, and it is a winner! Now this, folks, is how poster art is done!
As if the description alone of Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence) isn't disturbing enough, six sketches that basically lay out the film's entire concept have surfaced online and prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that a picture's worth a thousand words. Arrow in the Head has all the drawings, but our favorite can be seen below. Click it or the AITH link for the rest. But be careful; they are definitely NSFW!
Since word first broke of Tom Six's disturbing little film The Human Centipede (First Sequence), the Internet lit up with the kind of curiosity usually reserved for old time carnival freak shows. What's all the fuss about? You'll soon get to see for yourself.
Finally the bizarre little experience known as The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here) has gotten itself some U.S. distro! Read on for the skinny!
On Sunday, October 25th, the ninth annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival Awards were held at Level 3 at the Hollywood & Highland Complex in Hollywood.
Dread Central was on hand at this year's LA Screamfest and caught up with two of the stars of Tom Six's The Human Centipede: First Sequence (review here), Akihiro Kitamura and Ashley C. Williams, who shed a little bit of light on what the sequel The Human Centipede II - The Full Sequence has in store for us.
Dread Central hit last night’s premiere at Screamfest LA of the much talked about (and sensationally denigrating) Tom Six-written and directed feature The Human Centipede: First Sequence (review here) in Hollywood, CA, and brought back some ocular candy and video of a pair of the film’s stars.
This Dread Central scribe (along with 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys actress Kathryn Le) hit the black carpet of the opening night of Rachel Belofsky's 2009 Screamfest LA film festival last night, as well as the after-party at Boulevard 3. Pictures and more follow!
One film causing one hell of a stir on the festival circuit is a bizarre little experience known as >The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here). Why, you ask? Shit, man, isn't the title alone enough to get you wondering? You still need more?!? Well then! How about a clip? The Human Centipede (First Sequence) Synopsis: