Finally, the terrible moment is here! See the first video look at the Human Centipede, in which a scientist surgically links three humans together. Plus, enjoy a better look at the half-woman/half-snake film Hissss.
It's been such a slow burn for this disgusting little film. All we've had to go on were the terrible pictures and synopsis about a mad scientist who kidnaps some poor souls to create his own Human Centipede by sewing their heads and bums together, but now the first clip is finally out, and it's just painfully horrible. Enjoy...?
Surprisingly, we've been hearing all sorts of mixed reviews from London and down at Fantastic Fest. Thanks, or no thanks, for pointing this out Slashfilm.
I completely missed this trailer when it leaked out a few months ago, but just because it's a bit old doesn't mean you should miss out on the gorgeous Mallika Sherawat slithering around like a snake god. According to the site, this film centers around the Curse of the Cobra Goddess: "anytime man desecrates or violates the cobra, they are doomed to suffer the petrifying curse of the snake woman, of death and infertility." And it looks like the snake goddess is brought out of the jungle and into the city... uh oh.
Here are super quick behind the scenes looks at Stake Land, where the world has been overrun with vampires and a group of survivors try and make it across the US without any bite marks. This is from the director who did the rat-people film Mulberry Street, which actually scared me in a few places, so I'm excited to see what he does with vampires. The behind the scenes clips are from actress Danielle Harris, who you all may remember from Halloween 2, but for me she's always the awkward sister from Disney's Wish Upon A Star.
My Bloody Wedding
Quiet Earth pointed our attention to this hit-and-miss comedy that has a lot of great ideas, but kind of misses the mark on execution. Still, the main character (who is getting married to a recently possessed demon bride complete with demon bridesmaids) has a robot pal. We're a lot more interested in the robot than the actual wedding...
I can haz too?
Here is a ten minute film shot with a RED ONE camera by Paul Doucet. This French short takes place at the end of the world where one lone survivor spends her days in an bunker waiting for contact from the outside world.
From the mind of Grzegorz Jonkajtys, who brought us the beautiful short The Ark, comes Legacy about an alien coming down to Earth a bit too late...