It’s almost Friday night, which means it’s date night for many of us! And there’s nothing better than taking your sweetie (or prospective sweetie) out to the movies. But which science fiction or fantasy movie is least likely to result in nookie or happy fun times on a date?
The third film about sewing people's faces to other people's butts now has a disgusting plot synopsis. This world cannot stand.
A few thoughts about this first teaser image for Human Centipede 3: 1) They're making Human Centipede 3, because of course they are. 2) Dieter Laser was fantastic in the first film and sorely missed in the second, so it's good that he's back. 3) I just like writing the name "Dieter Laser."
Finding Waldo in a Human Centipede is much easier than we expected. Also, we're disturbed by how perfectly this whole thing works.
This almost subtle nod to Ash's replacement hand is sweet and classy, but with just enough blood that you might hesitate to wear it in non-nerd company. But if you do decide to wear out, be sure to keep your hand in your pocket.
This month is like exhibit A for Hollywood's propensity to churn out sequels that nobody asked for. You've got Journey 2, opening today. And then next week, there's Ghost Rider 2, in which Nic Cage tries to "improve" upon the first flaming-skull motorcycle movie.
Believe it or not, someone managed to put the words "human" and "centipede" next to each other more than 80 years before the infamous surgery horror film. This human centipede wasn't nearly as disgusting, but it was a torture device, albeit a mild one designed for hazing rituals.
Conan O'Brien is celebrating the Festival of Lights by stitching a bunch of poor souls together butt-to-face — thus creating the first ever Human Centipede Menorah. Watch the unveiling now.
It's likely that the first Human Centipede movie wasn't your cup of tea. But if you're like me and enjoy disturbing cult movies, it's one of the very best. The "ass to mouth" horror of Human Centipede wasn't gross — it was suggestive and existential. Plus it was darkly funny, with a mad doctor (Dieter Laser) who was…
This October marks the second installment of the disgusting Human Centipede series, with The Human Centipede Part 2: Full Sequence. Watch the first teaser trailer for this horrific film and listen to what can only be the awful sound of humans gargling each other's own waste.
Apparently the sequel to last year's grossout masterpiece The Human Centipede (First Sequence), called Human Centipede 2 (The Full Sequence), is so chock full of shock that the British ratings board has declared it a "risk" to viewers. The group's statement about the movie is not only sort of hilarious, but it also…
South Park's 15th season premiere is this Wednesday. In celebration the show has unveiled a new killer app: the HUMANCENTiPAD. Yep, it's just as gross as it sounds.
This 40-year-old panel from Amazing Spider-Man 101 is proof positive that Marvel could have a totally hilarious lawsuit against Tom Six. In other words, there's a family-friendly Human Centipede musical on Broadway and nobody knew it. [Via Chris Sims]
Having trouble finding the perfect toy for all your nerdy companions? Fret no longer! We've rounded up an excellent assortment of some of the best toys this year, for every price range.
The Human Centipede is many things - disgusting, outrageous, fiendishly funny. But it's also medically accurate. And in this scene, where the mad surgeon uses an overhead projector to explain his methods, you can see what that means.
We love Halloween, but we also realize that some readers lack the free time or emotional investment to build a lifesize Power Loader from Aliens. Here are 20 costumes that you can whip up by Halloween weekend.
A new preview for IFC's Human Centipede 2 has hit the web, and director Tom Six promises that the sequel to this year's love train will ruin all of our thoughts about everything. Here's the bizarre, SFW teaser.
Last night's Emmy awards left a lot of genre fans feeling disappointed: Lost was snubbed left and right, along with True Blood and a few others. But there were also some amazing geek shout-outs.