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Horror By the Sub-Genres: SURGICAL/MEDICAL HORROR

Though the study and practice of medicine has been around since the beginnings of human civilization, it is only within the past 150 years that the medical field has made its most groundbreaking and world-changing discoveries and advancements. We’ve learned what germs are, what they do, and how to destroy them; we’ve discovered DNA sequencing and the secrets of genetic coding; and we’ve advanced the act of surgery, once a desperate battlefield choice likely to kill the patient, to an outpatient procedure that people can volunteer for when they don’t like the shape of their noses.

Breaking Centi-news: Facebook endorses ATM

In case you woke up this morning wondering what Facebook's stance on Human Centipeding is, wonder no longer. You can now rent "Human Centipede II: Full Sequence" on Facebook via the SundanceNOW page. That is, until some parents group gets a whiff of it and shuts that noise down. Just wait, it will happen.

South Park to air "Human Centipede" parody

Unlike some other cartoon series that shall not be named, it amazes me that after 15 years, South Park continues to be funny & push the boundaries of good taste. But while we all know my attraction for crude humor, you're probably wondering what the HELL South Park has to do with Horror....a t least other than the Snooki episode they did - that was terrifying.

The Top Ten Horror Movies of 2010

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When the BGH Crew began discussing its nominations for its list of the top ten horror films of the year, one thing became rather obvious. While it's been a year filled with lots of quality horror films -- indeed, some might even say risky films -- there wasn't that one movie that broke away from the crowd to truly establish itself as the best.

Episode 125 - "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)"

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As if "Bad Biology" wasn't an awkward enough conversation, this week we're discussing "The Human Centipede". Enjoy!

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On the Next Podcast: "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)"

The time has come folks, this week the crew hunkers down and watches "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)". Directed by Mr. Tom Six the film has been all a buzz for the past few months with the hip kids on the playground because of it's seriously f'ed up plot. If you don't know about the film yet then you're in for a treat.

Horror Headlines: Thursday April 8th, 2010

I'm still not totally sold on the idea of a prequel to "The Thing", regardless of the flick's potential. To help bolster interest, the very first photo from the set of the film has been released to the general public, but to be quite honest, there's really not a whole lot to look at. Unless, of course, you like random buildings and snow.

When things slow down at work for a moment, take some time today to properly investgate the brand spanking new trailer for SyFy's Mega Piranha. The film stars Barry Williams and Tiffany. How could things possibly go wrong?

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Remember that movie "Weekend at Bernies"? Well, two German women attempted to recreate this seminal 80's classic by boarding an airplane in Berlin with their dead relative in tow. As sad as it may sound, I'm impressed by their tenacity, not to mention their obvious lack of common sense.

Just when you thought it was safe to vacation in Australia, the dreaded tree-climbing, blood-drinking snakehead fish shows up to ruin the proverbial party. If this isn't a marketing gimmick, then it should be.

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1988 -- Reverend Jimmy Swaggart quits the ministry after coming clean about his involvement with a prostitute.

Trailer: "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)", Enough Said

If you're not familiar with the upcoming film "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)" then you're in for one hell of a Monday morning. In short the movie revolves around a mad doctor who is obsessed with the idea of creating a living human centipede by sowing peoples mouths to other peoples asses. Take a sip of your coffee and think about that for a few seconds. Did you just throw up? If not then you're a sicko too.

Horror Headlines: Thursday April 1st, 2010

Milla Jovovich fans, get your towels ready. The first batch of photos from "Resident Evil: Afterlife" have finally arrived! Is it sad and grossly pathetic that I own all three movies on DVD? Probably.

There's something vaguely disturbing about the new one-sheet for Tom Six's twisted human drama "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)". As soon as this thing hits DVD, I'll be the first in line to pick it up. Does this make me a sick, demented bastard? I certainly hope so.

If you're as crazy about this current wave of extreme Japanese gore flicks as I am, chances are you'll love this snazzy collection of photos from Iguchi and Nishimura’s upcoming action/gore epic "The Mutant Girls Squad". These chicks can kick my ass any day of the week.

In Real People News: 

Wanna see something scary? Scientists recently discovered an enormous crab-like creature attached to one of their research submarines while exploring the depths of the ocean. Although I'm deeply frightened by the image, the creature honestly wouldn't look out-of-place next to plate of fresh cheddar biscuits.

After being convicted of sorcery, a Lebanese man has been sentenced to death by beheading in Saudi Arabia. Calls to Hogwarts and the Ministry of Magic were not immediately returned.

Horror Headlines: Monday January 11th, 2009

IFC has picked up the North American distribution rights to Tom Six's twisted horror/thriller "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)." Is it weird that I really want to see this one? Probably.

Fans of the After Dark Horrorfest will be pleased to hear that Chris Moore's upcoming horror/thriller "Kill Theory" is the latest film to be added to the lineup. Call me crazy, but this year's selection seems a little stronger.

Legendary filmmaker and horror icon John Carpenter sits down to discuss his latest genre offering "The Ward." The interview is lengthy, so make sure you've got plenty of time on your hands.

In Real People News: 

A Melbourne, Australia warehouse employee was crushed after a 200-kilogram pallet filled with computer equipment fell on him. CTRL-ALT-DEL failed to reboot his system.

A recent scientific study revealed that watching TV can increase your risk of heart disease by 18-percent Guess what? I'm screwed.

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